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What exactly is the Madhuri Method?

The Madhuri Method is at the forefront of Yoga Teacher Training and Practice because it is a systematic formula for providing sustainable yoga practise that addresses and incorporates the ancient principles and philosophy of Ayurveda, the world’s oldest holistic healing system and yoga’s sister science.

Gone are the days when we could avoid incorporating Ayurvedic wisdom into our sadhana; a seasonal approach that considers climate, time of day, time of year, and how to bring balance for deep healing, energetic realignment, and spiritual empowerment is vital.

Every Madhuri Method class incorporates Ayurvedic wisdom into asana, pranayama, chanting, mudra, savasana, and meditation, leaving students feeling uplifted and harmonious.

The Madhuri Method provides you with time-tested, step-by-step blueprints for teaching your Ayurvedic yoga class, as well as sharp discernment and skill to build your own Ayurvedic classes and work one-on-one with people.

Why should you learn to teach the Madhuri Method?

Deepen your understanding and experience with Ayurveda for self-healing and learning how to apply these same concepts to your classes and students.
As a yoga instructor, broaden your offerings.
Learn a methodical approach to learning, implementing, and combining yoga and Ayurveda.
Understand the therapeutic components of yoga and how to provide balance, not imbalance, to students through yoga practises.
Become a certified Madhuri Method instructor and enjoy the continued support of the Madhuri Method community and other Madhuri Method teachers.
Create a niche for yourself in the ever-changing and competitive world of yoga teaching and raise your income.
Allow Madhuri to guide and encourage you as you reach your full potential as a teacher.

Madhuri doing a shoulder stand

Why should you study with Madhuri?

Madhuri has been practising yoga for 20 years and teaching full-time for nearly 15 of those years. She has owned a yoga studio, taught in teacher training programmes, and been a guest speaker at Wanderlust, the Vancouver, Victoria, and Toronto Yoga Conferences, as well as NAMA (National Ayurvedic Medical Association), Bellyfit Conferences, and the Vancouver Yogathon. She has led retreats, workshops, and classes in Canada, the United States, England, India, Mexico, and Turkey.

Madhuri has been a part of the Langara College Yoga Teacher Training faculty since its beginning in 2009, and has helped to build the programme. Madhuri has a gift for encouraging and coaching students to become greater teachers than they ever imagined possible.

Her expertise and experience as a teacher of teachers, a Clinical Ayurvedic Practitioner (CAS), and a Bio-Energy Healer enable you to be guided skilfully and gracefully ahead with the wisdom of both of these art forms.

Madhuri’s love and dedication to both yoga and Ayurveda, as well as the growing need in the world of yoga for classes that consider the alchemy of the physical, mental, emotional, and energetics to bring sustainable and deep healing through greater awareness, acceptance, and love, inspired this teacher training.

More on Madhuri’s background and credentials…

What Are Your Options With the Qualification?

This 65-hour Level One Madhuri Method Ayurvedic Yoga Teacher Training programme earns you a certificate of completion.

This course can be used to fulfil 65 hours of Yoga Alliance Continuing Education.

You will be a certified Madhuri Method Ayurvedic Yoga Teacher after completing the course and practical.

Curriculum of the Course

  • Ayurvedic philosophy and history
  • Ayurvedic fundamentals and principles
  • Discovering your dosha and learning how to balance oneself
  • The three doshas are vata, pitta, and kapha.
  • Mahabhutas (5 Element Theory).
  • Dinacharya Ayurvedic (daily routine).
  • Satva, rajas, and tamas and their effects on manas and the body
  • Ayurvedic psychology: healing through the mind
  • Self-mastery for yoga teachers includes self-healing and energy control.
  • How to teach Ayurvedic Yoga using the Madhuri Method, including asana, pranayama, mudra, savasana, meditation, and chanting.
  • Learn how to work one-on-one with pupils based on their prakruti and vikruti.
  • The 7 primary chakras and nadi system, the 5 koshas, the 5 vayus, energy management, and empowerment are all covered in this course.

Injuries, trauma, and nervous system healing
Madhuri supervises and guides the practicum.
The online curriculum The Complete Yogi: Ayurveda Essentials for Yoga Teachers to Avoid Burnout, Embody Your Teachings, and Be Prosperous is required for the Madhuri Method Ayurvedic Yoga Teacher Training.

If…, this programme is for you.

You are a 200-hour Certified Yoga Teacher or equivalent wishing to expand the breadth and depth of your teachings and offerings through advanced modules and research.
You love life and yourself and want to find more joy and fulfilment through Ayurveda and Yoga.
You have completed the online programme The Complete Yogi: Ayurveda Essentials for Yoga Teachers to Avoid Burnout, Embody Your Teachings, and Be Prosperous.