The Psychology of Ayurveda and the Physiology of Yoga: Identify and Address Imbalances

In this digital course, learn how to identify and address imbalances through asana, pranayama, deep relaxation, meditation, diet, cleansing, and lifestyle adjustments.

Learn how to adapt pranayama and asana practices for enhanced agni (internal fire), learn to identify and address imbalances, and go deep into the study of the energetics of yoga psychology and physiology.

In this in-depth digital course, you will learn:

  • Ayurvedic maps
  • The bhutas and doshas
  • Relationship between the three gunas
  • Ayurvedic models of mind
  • How to build prana, tejas, and ojas
  • The prana vayus
  • The doshas and sub-doshas
  • How the elements relate to mind
  • A vata-reducing practice
 

Kathryn Templeton

Kathryn Templeton, MA, RDT/MT, E-RYT 500, is an Ayurvedic practitioner who has devoted her life to the health of others. A psychotherapist for more than 30 years, Kathryn is a master teacher in the field of Drama Therapy and continues to work both clinically and as an educator specializing in the treatment of individuals with complex trauma. As an E-RYT 500, NAMA Certified Ayurvedic practitioner and senior Para Yoga teacher, Kathryn has worked to develop specialized treatments integrating the principles of yoga, Ayurveda and clinical psychology.

Kathryn is currently a faculty member at the Himalayan Institute in Honesdale, PA. She is the founder of the Himalayan Institute Ayurvedic Yoga Specialist (HIAYS) program, the Ayurvedic Health Counselor (AHC) program, and The Three Wisdom Traditions: Yoga, Ayurveda and Psychology, a program that integrates these three sciences for profound healing. . Kathryn is an adjunct professor of human development and general psychology in the Connecticut Community College system. She is a contributing writer and educator for the Yoga International website and an ambassador for Banyan Botanicals.