I don’t know about you but for me, teaching yoga hasn’t been all rainbows and unicorns…

Sure, it’s something I love to be able to offer and I feel blessed to be on a path that I feel is aligned with my dharma, and…there are things that have been a struggle.

I’ve been a full time yoga teacher since 2000. So much has changed over the last couple of decades in the yoga world and in my own personal life.

Luckily I got very ill on a journey to India many years ago, leaving me to deal with an autoimmune condition. Doctors couldn’t help me so I forged my own healing path using Ayurveda & Energy Healing. Learning these tools reinvigorated my yoga teaching and now I can’t imagine not integrating Ayurveda into everything I do, including my own sadhana and classes and workshops.

What’s your current relationship to your teaching like?

Is it fresh, new, exciting? Or feeling a little stale, overwhelming, or downright exhausting?

Do you feel well compensated for your time and energy?


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Join me for this audio, where you will learn:

-Why Ayurveda is essential for your own sadhana and to thrive as a yoga teacher

-Ancient Ayurveda secrets to up-level your teaching and personal practice

-What to do to take care of yourself when you’re injured, sick, or approaching burnout

-How Ayurveda can help to heal you, your students and your pocket book!


As yoga teachers we can learn to understand the principles of Ayurveda and deliver skillful classes, in a way that will bring healing and not harm.

Ayurveda teaches us how to understand asana, pranayama, and meditation for the individual (and how to teach to a room full of people with different constitutional types).

Learning to teach in this way can support us in supporting our students to create a balanced nervous system, deeper honouring and listening to their body, and greater states of calm.

Right now, I’m opening my calendar to have a conversation with yoga teachers who want to learn more about how to apply Ayurveda to their teaching.

This time with me is complimentary and not something I offer to just anyone. During our conversation, we’ll get into your yoga teaching, your challenges, and where you’d like to evolve in your teaching. If something isn’t working for you in your teaching, we’ll go for it. Big shifts can occur during these sessions.

To be considered for a conversation, email me at: m@madhurimethod.com.

In your email, tell me about you: what yoga do you teach? What do you love about it? What might you like to be different in your classes or for your students?

If you’re ready to dive in and are desiring to learn more about Ayurveda and how to apply it in your life for your own health and also in your yoga classes, send in your application for the upcoming 85 hour Ayurvedic Yoga Training for teachers.