200HR Teacher Training Program

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Jyoti Yoga & Healing 200HR Teacher Training Program will begin in January 2018.  JYH 200HR TT is designed to intersect the ancient sciences of Yoga and Ayurveda with modern neuroscience, biomechanics and kinesiology.   Whether you are looking to become a Yoga Teacher or just to deepen your own practice, JYH 200HR TT has been carefully crafted to support you in your journey.

To learn more about the program, meet our faculty team and download your application click here.

 

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Ayurveda Immersion – 2017

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Our 2017 Winter/Spring Ayurveda Immersion was a great success.  The focus of the training is to be able to implement the valuable information learned during the lecture portion into our daily life.  We incorporate lots of hands on segments, small group work and sharing sessions to learn how each of is living in accordance to the Ayurvedic lifestyle in between class time.   The immersion offers time for introspection, connection with like minded people as well as lots of laughs. ...

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Balancing Guide: Kapha Season

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As we move out of the late winter into the spring we notice a shift from drawing inward by the heaviness and darkness of the colder months into the new beginnings and rebirth aided by the increase of the sun light.  In Ayurveda, the time of late winter and spring belong to the Kapha Season.  Kapha dosha is the most stable one and provides structure to things.  Its qualities are moist, cold, heavy, static and liquid.  We can observe all of ...

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Balancing Guide: Vata Season

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For me autumn is one of my favorite times of the year.  I love watching the leaves change their color from luscious green to a spectrum of yellows, oranges and reds.  But as much beauty the fall brings, it can bring many disturbances in our body and mind.  The fall season is associated with vata dosha in Ayurveda.  Vata dosha consists of ether and air.  Thus vata attributes are dry, rough, light, cold, subtle, mobile and clear.  The qualities of autumn mirror ...

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Nourish with Ghee

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Ghee is the essence of butter, which is the end result of a long and slow clarification process that removes all the moisture, milk solids and impurities.  I first came across using ghee during semiannual Ayurvedic cleanse that I was doing with my friend several years ago.  I of course went to the store and purchased high quality ghee.  During the cleanse we had to take shots of it in order to kindle the digestive fire and loosen the accumulated ...

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