Amrita Yoga and Amrita Silent Retreats are delighted to announce this very special retreat, featuring world renowned Āyurveda doctor and professor, Dr Rammanohar P.
Dr. Rammanohar P. is the Director of Amrita Centre for Advanced Research in Ayurveda, Amrita School of Ayurveda. He is one of the world’s most awarded teachers, writers and advisors in the subject of Āyurveda and has travelled to over 17 countries lecturing on Āyurveda and overseeing research projects in the last 15 years.
The Āyurveda section of this course, presented by Dr. Rammanohar P, highlights the fundamental principles of healthy life based on teachings of Āyurveda, how to cultivate a healthy lifestyle and diet according to individual constitution and how to care for one’s health in a proactive way.
The yoga asanas, guided by Narendra, will help create a balanced flow in each of the doshas and inspire a holistic, Āyurvedic approach to yoga practice. Participants will receive three yoga sequences to bring pitta, vata and kapha into harmony. In addition, gentle Tridoshic (balancing to all constitutions) breathing exercises will be introduced along with guided meditations and relaxation techniques.
- Āyurveda as holistic, nature and person-centric health system
- Healthy lifestyle according to Āyurveda
- Food diversity & the principles of balanced and healthy diet
- Healthy aging
- Mental Health
- Daily Q&A sessions w/ Dr Rammanohar
- Yoga sequences to balance the 3 doshas
- Yoga based on Amma’s teachings of awareness
- Gentle Tridoshic breathing exercises
- Guided Meditations
Yoga and Āyurveda are two interrelated branches of the same great tree of Vedic knowledge that encompasses all of human life and the entire universe. In this regard, it is important to understand the respective roles of Āyurveda and Yoga in the Vedic system. Yoga and Āyurveda are not merely two separate but related spiritual disciplines. Each has its unique place and function, and each overlaps into the other on various levels. As complimentary Vedic sciences, Āyurveda and Yoga originated from the same source and share a common history, language and cultural foundation. Āyurveda and Yoga teach us how to create balance in order to attain perfect health. Integrating Āyurveda into your yoga practice can bring about a greater sense of balance, harmony, self-awareness and health.