200 Hour Ayurveda Integration Program —


Join us in learning and immerse yourself in, the oldest surviving preventative healthcare system. Our 200 hour Ayurveda Integration Program is ideal for yoga teachers, counselors, therapists, bodyworkers, nurses, doctors, wellness coaches, herbalists and for anyone wanting to improve their own health and the health of their family.

Our program will focus on integrating Ayurveda as lifestyle medicine for chronic disease, longevity and prevention. Learn seasonal and daily routines, holistic nutrition, stress reduction techniques and self care to slow down, stop and reverse health conditions.

200 Hour Ayurveda Integration Program 2017

Benefits Of Our Program:

  • Learn the Foundations of Ayurvedic Medicine

  • Opportunities to collaborate with other colleagues in the healthcare field

  • Gain valuable resources to improve and/or grow your career

  • Communicate effective and educational advice on Ayurvedic routines and nutirition

  • Learn personal care and management skills to help you better serve your professional life

Topics will include but are not limited to:

History and Philosophy | Ayurvedic Anatomy and Physiology | Lifestyle Practices and Seasonal Routines | Yogic Principles | Pranayama and Meditation | Ayurvedic Psychology | Herbal Wisdom | Home Remedies | Cleansing and Detoxification | Ayurvedic Nutrition and Food as Medicine | Ayurvedic Treatments

2020 Course Dates:

February 8-9 | March 7-8 | April 4-5 | May 2-3 | June 6-7

July 11-12 | August 15-16 | September 12-13 | October 17-18 | November 14-15

2021 Course Dates:

February 6-7 | March 6-7 | April 10-11 | May 15-16 | June 12-13

July 10 | August 14-15 | September 11-12 | October 16-17 | November 13-14 


Saturdays and Sundays from 8:30-3:30

Lead Faculty:
Allison Morse
Program Director:
Regan Wendell
Faculty (will include, but not limited to):
Allison Morse
Adena Bright
Anne Cameron
Emma Landau
Richard Powell
Regan Wendell
Dr. Claudia Welch
Dr. Margrit Mikulis
Ilana Sobo


$2,795 paid in advance and at time of registration.

$55 course manual

VSAC approved — apply for a grant. VSAC students are required to pay payment plan price of $2,995 and give a deposit of $495 to reserve a space.

Transfer hours to Kripalu’s Ayurveda Health Counselor program, we can proctor the test for you.

Payment Plan Price:

$2,995 with three payments. Three payments of $998. The first payment made at time of registration. Second payment due October 15, final payment due December 15.

We will be accepting only 20 students.

Training Policies:

Application Process: Applicants will need to fill out an on-line application located at the bottom of the Classes page on our website. Payment will also need to be made at that time, in order to reserve a space. Either full payment or the option for a three payment plan. Please take note the payment plan costs $200 more. Second payment is due October 15 and third payment is due December 15.

PLEASE NOTE: If we do not receive a deposit or payment within 30 days of your application, we will have to place you at the bottom of a waiting list to allow for other acceptances.

Cancellation Policy: There is a $500 non-refundable application fee which will be applied to the program. If you need to cancel before November 1, 2018, you will be required to pay the $500 application fee but any other payment will be refunded. If you cancel after November 1, 2018, there are strictly no refunds.

Absence: You may miss one weekend of the course and still continue the program.

Home Practice: Students are required to do a home practice 1-2 ours per week, which may include cooking, meditation, yoga, journaling and self reflection and/or Ayurvedic remedies or routines.


Payment options



Ayurveda Postpartum Doula Training with Adena Bright and Allison Morse

Five Day Training at The Ayurvedic Center of Vermont
April 6-10, 2020
9:00-3:30 pm each day
COST: $995 PAID in FULL ($1,195 payment plan)
Food and accommodations not included

VSAC grants available to Vermont residents and NAMA PACE Credits will be available.

Serve the women and families in your community during a time of huge transition and growth by becoming an Ayurveda Postpartum Doula. The birth of a child is one of the most powerful and life-changing events in a woman’s life, and the care she receives during the immediate postpartum window can set her up for faster healing, easier mothering, and long-lasting well-being. During this training you will learn about pregnancy, birth and postpartum through the lens and language of Ayurveda, while receiving training in traditional postpartum care practices, balanced with practical understanding for modern women.

The Sacred Window of postpartum is considered to be 42 days, and it is said that how the woman receives care in those early days sets her up for the next 42 years of health. It is time for us to take back postpartum; to learn how to rest deeply, receive nourishment, and experience the power of being present.

Scope of practice:

Graduates will be able to offer postpartum support services including in-home Abhyanga massage, meals and meal planning as a business or as a gift — safely, within the Ayurvedic lense. Graduates are not considered Ayurvedic Health Counselors or Practitioners, nor are they able to treat or diagnose/assess imbalance from Western or Eastern perspective, unless within a separately held license/profession or certification.

This could complement your practice as an Ayurvedic Health Counselor, Practitioner or Doctor, herbalist, massage therapist, nurse, midwife, birth doula, or other healthcare provider. Vermont does not require a state license to do massage therapy.

Program agenda:
Ayurveda 101
Principles of postpartum care in Ayurveda
Protecting the Sacred Window of postpartum
Understanding postpartum hormonal changes
Ethics and preparing and supporting the partner, home and family
Cooking and meal planning for postpartum
Medicinal oil and ghee making
Postpartum Abhyanga Training
Scope of practice, what’s really needed




Five Day Training at The Ayurvedic Center of Vermont with Richard Powell
July 6-10, 2020
9:00-3:30 pm each day
COST: $995 PAID in FULL ($1,195 payment plan)
Food and accommodations not included
VSAC grants available to Vermont residents and NAMA PACE Credits will be available.

Vedic Astrology is called Jyotisha in Sanskrit, which translates as “Lord of Light”. This is because of its unparalleled ability to illuminate one’s life and help to answer some of life’s greatest questions.

This week-long course will focus on the essentials of Jyotisha (Vedic Astrology) needed to understand a chart and to make basic predictions. It is designed specifically for health care providers of various disciplines, such as Ayurveda Practitioners, Chinese Doctors, Clinical Herbalists, etc., who may find it useful to understand basics of a client’s chart but will also be most useful to anyone wanting to explore and learn about this ancient science to enhance their own lives, health and well-being.

This course will give you a deep understanding of the core foundational principles of Jyotisha, including the planets, signs, houses, Nakshatras (lunar constellations), transits and exact phases of life. This will allow you to recognize imbalances and remedies according to what one’s chart shows. This course is not a means for one to offer Vedic Astrology sessions but rather a great starting point for the fundamentals in order to serve your clients, yourself or your friends and family with a deeper lense.



Five Day Training at The Ayurvedic Center of Vermont with Allison Morse, Emma Landau and Richard Powell
June 8-12, 2020
9:00-3:30 pm each day
COST: $995 PAID in FULL ($1,195 payment plan)
Food and accommodations not included
VSAC grants available to Vermont residents and NAMA PACE Credits available. 

Join us for this very important week-long course on integrating Ayurveda to support Mental Health issues. We will have an introduction to Ayurveda and move into the pathogenesis of the disease process.  We will spend time learning about herbs, cleansing protocols and self care practices including breathing techniques, mantra and meditation as well as discussing genetic, karmic and astrological influences.

Modern medicine recognizes that stress is one of the root causes of depression and anxiety and this research shows that self-repair mechanisms of the mind-body system occurs all the way down to the level of our DNA. As the world around us is escalating with technological and fast past lifestyles so is the need for anti-depressants, which use has increased 500% since 1990.

During this week you will begin to learn and understand how we as a microcosm of the universe can accesses our truth and navigate through the world of materialism through reaching higher conscious states with practical and accessible remedies. This course is open to students who are interested in finding balance themselves and/or using this information to help support their own patients/clients. A beginning level of Ayurvedic knowledge is helpful but not necessary.


Five Day Training at The Ayurvedic Center of Vermont
May 11-15, 2020
9:00-3:30 pm each day
COST: $995 PAID in FULL ($1,195 payment plan)
Food and accommodations not included
VSAC grants available to Vermont residents and NAMA PACE Credits will be available.

join us in this week long course on integrating Ayurvedic principles to enhance the quality of your yoga teaching and personal yoga practices.  We will start with understanding the history and philosophy behind these Vedic sister sciences and go deeper into the psychology and physiology of yoga.

Ayurveda teaches us how to personalize our yoga practices by the use of specific therapies to reduce doshic (vata, pitta and kapha) excess. We will learn doshic balancing asana and pranyama sequences according to your age, seasonal changes and one’s imbalanced states. We will also discover the importance of pranayama and asana practice in supporting a more fluid meditation.

The curriculum will include how to incorporate Ayurvedic diet and lifestyle remedies as well as how to regulate your digestion and the flow of prana which can either disturb or support your practice and often goes unnoticed.

In classical Yoga, Ayurveda was always integrated, but as yoga has been introduced to the West that has been somewhat lost as yoga has been more well known has as a physical therapy. This course will help us to continue as a community to reunite the practices of Yoga and Ayurveda for a deeper spiritual practice in reaching greater consciousness.



Sacred Self-Care Women’s Retreat (Full Day Retreat) with Emma Landau

Ayurvedic Daily-Routine (Dinacharya), Abhyanga (Self-Massage), Marma (Acupressure), Pranayama (Breathing Exercises) and Detox Kitchari Cooking lesson

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Sunday, March 1, 9:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Cost $150

9:00-11:00: Ayurveda Dinacharya & Group Abhyanga/Marma

11:00-1:00 PM: Kitchari lesson w/ Ayurvedic Detox Principles and Group Lunch

1:30-3:30: Mental Health through the Cosmic Principles of Sattva, Rajas and Tamas and traditional Yogic Breath Practice

3:30-4:30: Support Circle & Self-Care Plan, developing your routines for rejuvenation and success.


Today, it is ever more challenging to develop the relationship in the world that matters most – the one with ourselves. In this one-day retreat, discover the tools, practices and experiences founded upon the ancient principles of Ayurveda that draw us inwards into an ever-deepening relationship and love for ourselves. Discover the most nourishing, rejuvenating, and rewarding self-care routines for vitality through the daily practice of self-massage, purifying and healing meal practices, and mental health rituals. Our sacred self-care day is dedicated to you, and how we can heal through self-care and in community connection. Be prepared to turn inward, rest, reflect and make new friends on the journey to wholeness.

Participants of this program are given the chance to fully indulge in these practices together. Please bring bathing suit or old clothing (shorts and t-shirt) in which you don’t mind practicing a full self oil massage.

We provide: traditional Ayurvedic massage oil, towels, essential oils and freshly-prepared kitchari lunch.

Please bring: one extra towel, additional warm clothes to layer on after massage, and an attitude of expansion and growth!


Ayurvedic Pulse Weekend Workshop with Emma Landau

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April 24-26, 2020

Cost $295

Friday 7:00-9:00 p.m.

Saturday 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

Sunday 9:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.


Discover one of the most significant measures of personal and clinical assessment in Ayurveda, “nadi vijnanan,” the art of reading the pulse. In this 3 day intensive, students will have the opportunity to begin, or deepen their awareness of how the impulse of life can be felt underneath the fingertips, revealing health, imbalance, and the state of vitality in our internal organ systems. Taught within the lineage of Dr. Vasant Lad’s system of pulse, students will gain insight into pulse theory, increase their intuition, and develop a sensitive awareness of the foundational elements of pulse: identifying qualities (guna) present in the individual, their birth constitution (prakruti), current state of imbalance (vikruti) and the state of vitality in individual organ systems. 

This class is open to both new and seasoned students of Ayurveda interested in deepening their understanding of nadi vijnanam. 

*The course provides a container for learning theory and practicing Ayurvedic pulse assessment and is not meant to serve as a definitive tool for diagnosing disease.

*Students are asked to provide their own lunches. 1 hour will be provided on Saturday and Sunday as lunch break. Tea is offered throughout the program.


Emma is an avid student, teacher, and practitioner of Ayurvedic medicine and Yoga therapy. Her training includes practitioner and graduate-level studies under Dr. Vasant Lad, BAMS and Nomi Gallo, AP at the Ayurvedic Institute. She is currently enrolled in the Ayurveda physician-level program under Kashyapa Fisher, Ayurvedic Physician at The Arogya Center and has interned with Dr. Ashwin Shashtry, BAMS of Arogya Niketana in Karnatika, India. Emma holds a BSc from Cornell University, is a member of the National Ayurvedic Medical Association and is certified AyurYoga® instructor and Core-Synchonism® practitioner. Emma also works within the Path of Pollen shamanic tradition exploring the intuitive, feminine and mystical roots of earth-based healing and self-transformation, which she employs in her practice. 


We are also excited to share a weekend with Dr. Robert Svoboda, Dr. Claudia Welch and Dr. Ramkumar from The Vaidyagrama healing center in India.  June 5 an 6, 2021 — more information coming soon!