The terms Veda and Yoga always go together as knowledge and practice. Ayurvedic Yoga is inherently a Yoga, which implies a system of internal balance, integration and the development of higher awareness. It is not to be confused as a “style” of yoga but rather a practice born of the Ayurvedic tradition. It is the union of both the sciences of Yoga & Ayurveda. It is founded on the scientific principles of Tri-dosha. Its aim on a therapeutic level is to bring the elemental forces of air, fire and water into balance, and with its spiritual counterpart its aim is in cultivating a higher level of consciousness. Therefore all practices contain Five Main Components essential to achieving a perfect balance. Postures (asanas) provide the foundation for each class combined with various breathing (pranayamas), mantras (sounds) and concentration (dharana) techniques all to prepare the student for a final state of relaxation and contemplation in meditation (dhyana).
You will also learn the postures that are most beneficial for you.