Authentic Ayurveda and Traditional Yoga

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Welcome to our authentic Ayurveda and Classical Yoga

Welcome to our authentic Ayurveda and Classical Yoga. According to Ayurveda, a person is considered truly healthy only if both the Mind and Body are healthy in a holistic way. You cannot separate the mind from the body because it is an integrated whole. According to Ayurveda a healthy person is defined as someone who has a balanced dosha (Vata, Pitta, Kapha), balanced agni (digestive fire), balanced dhatu (body various tissues) proper elimination (mala kriya) with a peaceful or equilibrium state (Prasanna) of sense organs (Indriya) and clarity of manas (mind) and atma (soul – for lack of better word).

Ayurveda and Yoga are evidence based sciences and strongly assert that what affects the body, affects the mind; and what affects the mind, affects the body. These sciences treat a person as a whole and not as segments.

The main goal of Ayurveda and Yoga is prevention of disease and preserving and promotion of health by diet and lifestyle.

We are the leading authentic and evidenced based Ayurveda and Classical Yoga training organisation in Asia. Our Team of experts bring together a vast experience in the field of integrating traditional and conventional method of wellbeing (comprising doctors) thereby offering an integrated approach to health and wellness.

We also offer several educational programs in the area of Ayurveda and Yoga for the general public through the Ayurveda Association of Singapore

Ayurveda Nutrition
And Lifestyle
Workshop

Ayurvedic principles are profound and adaptable that understanding the environment (diet, lifestyle, local food and local culture so on) will make it easy for you to customise your diet and  lifestyle for total wellbeing. We have extensive experience in offering customised diet and lifestyle for your needs.Read more

Classical
Ayurvedic Yoga

 

Our Yoga classes are based on Ayurvedic principles of unique body type (prakriti) such as Vata, Pitta and Kapha. If you are Pitta body-type the Pranayama that you should do should be more cooling (Suka Pranayama, Nadi Shodhana and so on) rather than heating (Kapalabhati or Bastrika).Read more

Health & Wellness
for the Mind

 

Ayurveda and Yoga is a comprehensive system of health and wellness where Mind plays a key role. When the mind is stable the body is healthy and vice versa. Ayurveda and Yoga have and extensive discussion on the functions and quality of mind. The principles are universal and timeless.Read more

Certification Programs

Ayurvedic Yoga Teacher Training (AYTT)

 

We offer a unique Yoga Teacher Training program with elements of Ayurveda.  In our training program you will learn to become a Yoga Teacher who can design asana and pranayama classes for different body types base on your students Prakriti (Vata Pitta and Kapha). You will also learn some nutritional recipes for Vata Pitta and Kapha.Read more

Stress Management of Stress (SMS) Teacher Training  

 

Stress is one of the leading causes for various disease manifestation. When one is able to manage their stress they can prevent and diseases. Our SMS is a unique Teacher training program where you will learn special techniques in helping your students reduce stress.Read more

Ayurvedic Nutrition & Lifestyle Certification

 

This is a unique programme that will give you a good foundation in understanding the Ayurvedic principles of nutrition. You will learn how to assess the Prakriti (Vata Pitta Kapha) of your students and how to design a customised diet and lifestyle programme for your students.Read more

Vasanthi Pillay

Vasanthi is a public speaker and conducts several talks and educational programs on Ayurveda and classical Yoga in Singapore and Asia. Her keen interest in Ayurveda was sparked in 2001 when she personally experienced the benefits of Ayurveda and Yoga in healthcare in prevention, management and cure of diseases. Since then she has honed her knowledge and skills in Ayurveda and Yoga by pursuing leading courses and research relating to these subjects. She has been interviewed by several magazines and has written several articles on evidence based Ayurveda and Yoga. Read more

Ayurveda Blog

 

Stress: Do We Necessarily Have To Stiffen Our Middle Finger?

A recent road incident in Singapore has made me think deeply about people’s general behaviour at home and in the office. Aggression, annoyance, impatience, irritation, depression are only some behaviours that are becoming so common today. Be it at home or in the...

The Art and Science of Ayurveda

Ayurveda as its name denotes (Ayu = all aspects of life from birth to death; Veda = knowledge or learning) discusses in detail about the “Science of Life” and perceives a close relationship between man and the universe. “As is the macrocosm (universe), so is the...

An Introduction to Ayurvedic Concepts – Pitta dosha

Introduction In my previous article I discussed Vata, its functions and attributes. In this article I will cover Pitta as the second functional aspect of the Panchamahabuta (PMB) in health management through diet and lifestyle. As I mentioned earlier. Doshas are none...

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