This is a simple guided reflection- contemplation into the roots of a key principle of Ayurveda, the five elements theory, and the understanding that Ayurveda shares with Yoga on the interconnectedness of all things. I will explore with you how this understanding can be used in group and 1-1 settings with your students.
The Breath, The Five Elements and The Interconnectedness of All Things
About this course
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Your main instructor at Heart of England Ayurveda is Sara Palmer (reg’d Ayurveda Therapist with the APA). Sara has studied and trained with some of the leading figures in the world of Ayurveda, both in the West and in India. She graduated from the European Institute of Vedic Studies as an Ayurveda practitioner and continues to train and spend time in India to advance her knowledge and understanding. To complement her Ayurveda training, Sara brings to you a broad personal experience from the fields of Yoga and complementary health. Sara managed an integrative health clinic in London for some years, working alongside and learning from medical doctors and other primary carers working with complementary medicine. And she has studied with world-renowned Yoga masters. She is registered as a Senior Yoga Teacher with the YAP and is a Yoga Therapist. Sara is currently creating a Heart of Ayurveda Academy in collaboration with a renowned academy in India, and experts in mantra and yoga philosophy and psychology to support your learning and the highest calibre, authentic training in Ayurveda.