Ayurvedic Yoga Therapy Student Clinic

In-Person Consultations April 26-30, 2023

What is Yoga Therapy?

What is Yoga Therapy? Yoga therapy is the process of empowering individuals to take charge of their overall health and well-being through the use of yoga practices, primarily from both the ashtanga & hatha yoga systems. Our program, Ayurvedic Yoga Therapy, is unique in that the principles of Ayurveda (the sister science of yoga) are applied throughout the therapeutic process. We tailor our recommendations to you personally… your time-of-life, your lifestyle, your physical capacity and how much time you have to dedicate to a practice.

Personalized Ayurvedic Yoga Therapy Consultations

Yoga Therapy can help with:

  • Chronic Pain (low back, arthritis, PMS, fibromyalgia)
  • Neurological Issues (Parkinsons, stroke, MS)
  • Mental Health (stress, anxiety, depression, insomnia)
  • Healthy Aging (osteopenia, osteoporosis, balance & fall prevention)

Is your yoga practice working for you? If you don’t have a personal yoga practice, would you like to start one? Do you simply need suggestions on a few poses to heal from an injury? Would you like a couple of breathing practices to make it through menopause? Would you like to improve your digestion? Do you want to take a healthier approach to aging? Would you like some practical ways to handle stress? Are you feeling that your outer life is out-of-step with your inner self?

Work with a student in their last year of our Ayurvedic Yoga Therapy program to take a deep look into your emotional and physical health and tailor a set of recommendations to meet your current needs.


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What’s included in your personal consultation?

The Student Clinic Consultations include one 2 hour in-person consultation at Mount Madonna Center and two 1-hour follow-up online appointments. All recommendations are supervised by a Certified Ayurvedic Yoga Therapist.

You will receive personalized recommendations which may include yoga practices, nutrition, lifestyle and herbal suggestions.

Who is your practitioner? As prerequisites to enter our Ayurvedic Yoga Therapy program, a student must complete a 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training, teach yoga for at least one year and have a minimum of two years of personal yoga practice. Our AYT students then complete an Advanced Yoga Studies program (YTT - 300 hours) and the Ayurvedic Health Counselor program (AHC- 600 hours) as foundational components before entering the Yoga-Ayurveda Integration component (366 hours) of additional coursework and clinical experience.

Upcoming Clinic Dates

  • April 26-30, 2023


$108* for in-person consultation and two virtual follow-ups

*Sliding scale available