Science of Life: An Ayurveda Immersion

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Is This Immersion For Me? This program is for anyone interested in learning more about the comprehensive practice of Ayurveda. Yoga students and teachers alike will benefit from the in-depth study of the doshas, prakriti, vikriti, dhatus, the six tastes, daily habits, and more. These six months are an opportunity to learn about yourself and your own patterns, and to align them more with nature’s rhythms.

Science of Life:  An Ayurveda Immersion is an integrated curriculum that will result in you feeling more connected to yourself, others, and seasonal rhythms.

Whether you are new to Ayurveda and want to learn the basics or you want to deepen your understanding of Ayurveda and further develop your personal Ayurvedic lifestyle plan, this program has something specific for everyone.

Upon completion, you will have the knowledge and skill to create a specific dosha balancing yoga practice, use food and herbs with awareness, and create a basic lifestyle plan for yourself and for others based upon their needs and goals.



Kelly Fisher, E-RYT500, C-IAYT, AYS, teaches a grounded style of yoga that is both challenging and calming at the same time. Her instruction is rooted in her many years of meditation practice and her study of aligned hatha yoga, tantric philosophy, and ayurveda. She emphasizes proper alignment so that her students can efficiently release tension while also building energy and strength. The human body contains an innate wisdom that we each have an ability to access if only we have the right tools to unlock it. Through practice of yoga asana and breath work, her students are gently guided to deeper and deeper places within their own hearts, bodies, and minds so that underlying knowledge can manifest in their daily lives. 

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Debbie Martin, E-RYT500, C-IAYT, AYS, has been practicing yoga for over 30 years and teaching yoga since 2006. Teaching alignment based hatha yoga, she uses the energetics of the postures to achieve a specific and balancing effect. By incorporating breath work, yoga philosophy, and chanting into her classes and providing hands-on assists (if welcomed), Debbie helps students develop and expand their asana practice. She offers plenty of adaptations and modifications, recognizing each student’s unique capabilities. Using explicitly clear and detailed alignment instructions, her classes focus on coordination of breath with movement and deepening of one’s body-mind awareness.