Kundalini Yoga +Ayurveda Medicine

KYTT Master + Ayurveda Doctor

The course will be covered under two levels - or Ayurveda, health problems. During the study, the students will learn about different body types (Prakriti), principles of healthy living, concepts of nutrition, principles of Ayurvedic cooking, tips for preventing common diseases, how to attain healthy womanhood, home remedies for common gynecological problems, Ayurvedic steps to enhance inner or diagnosing diseases, treating diseases, prescribing the correct meditation and so much more.
With Ayurveda, our youth can stay healthy and beautiful. Women, in their various roles as mother, daughter, and sister - are very influential in a family, so when they learn Ayurveda, the entire family benefits from the knowledge.
The launch of the study (SSMHG) Ayurveda's ongoing initiative to propagate the knowledge of Ayurveda across the world.

Because we believe that Ayurveda and Kundalini Yoga really belong together in the complete training, it is the advantage that you really learn everything about both Master Training. Besides giving Kundalini Yoga classes you can also set up a recognized practice to work with Ayurveda.
The advantage is that you can both practice Kundalini yoga and set up your own practice. In both training courses, you will be trained to become a complete Yoga Master and Ayurveda Doctor.

We give you study benefit for 200,- USD

Normally you pay for the Complete KYTT Master and Ayurveda Doctor Home, Distance Training $ 3,079,-

Now you pay for the Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 + Open book exam + Kundalini Yoga Child Master Teacher Training + Ayurveda Medicine Doctor Training + Open book exam + six years SSMHG registration for $ 2879,-

Registration Form Voor Kundalini Yoga + Kundalini Yoga Master Teaching + Ayurveda Doctor

Yoga is one of the most extraordinary spiritual sciences that mankind has ever discovered. It is like a gem of great proportions, containing many facets whose light can illumine the whole of our lives with great meaning. Going back over five thousand years, it is one of the few spiritual traditions that has maintained an unbroken development throughout history. Comprehending all aspects of the human being and the world of nature, it can unfold all the higher powers that are accessible to us both internally and externally.

Yogic methods cover the entire field of our existence - from the physical, sensory, emotional, mental, and spiritual to the highest Self-realization. It includes all methods of higher evolution in humanity - physical postures, ethical disciplines, breath control, sensory methods, affirmations and visualizations, prayer and mantra, and complex meditative disciplines. Yoga understands the nature and interrelationship of the physical, subtle and formless universes into the boundless infinite beyond time and space, and shows us how these also exist within each human individual.

Yoga is the fruit of the teachings of the Himalayan sages, going back to what yogis regard as the beginning of this particular world age or cycle of civilization some ten thousand years ago. It is said to carry on the traditions of earlier, spiritually advanced teachings which present civilizations have forgotten. Yoga is a distillation of wisdom from the myriad of sages throughout the ages, the ongoing legacy of the spiritual urge of humanity, as adapted to the particular requirements of each age and each person. It is like a wide and luxurious banyan tree spreading out our higher potentials and giving them strength and nourishment.

Yoga is the fruit of the teachings of the Himalayan sages, going back to what yogis regard as the beginning of this particular world age or cycle of civilization some ten thousand years ago. It is said to carry on the traditions of earlier, spiritually advanced teachings which present civilizations have forgotten. Yoga is a distillation of wisdom from the myriad of sages throughout the ages, the ongoing legacy of the spiritual urge of humanity, as adapted to the particular requirements of each age and each person. It is like a wide and luxurious banyan tree spreading out our higher potentials and giving them strength and nourishment.


Like yoga, with which it has grown, Ayurveda possesses a long history with many layers, much diversity and continuous development that makes it relevant for all people and all times. Ayurveda is one of the most remarkable holistic medical systems in the world. It covers all aspects of health and well-being - physical, emotional, mental and spiritual. It includes all methods of healing from diet, herbs, exercise and lifestyle regimens to yogic practices and meditation. With its unique understanding of the individual constitution, Ayurveda provides insight for each person and each culture to create a way of life in harmony both with the world of nature and our higher Self. It offers optimal health and development for all creatures by its profound understanding of natural law.


Following in the footsteps of yoga, which already has a worldwide presence, Ayurveda is emerging as one of the most important global systems of mind-body medicine. It shows us how to understand the language of nature, the language of life, so that we can live in harmony with the greater universe, not evolving only for ourselves but bringing benefit to all creatures. Ayurveda contains the secrets not only for healing the individual but also for uplifting society, all creatures and the planet itself.

Yoga and Ayurveda are sister sciences that developed together and repeatedly influenced each other throughout history. They are integral parts of the great system of Vedic knowledge which states that all the universe is One Self and that the key to cosmic knowledge lies within our own minds and hearts. As Vedic disciplines, yoga and Ayurveda work together to enhance their great benefits on all levels. They can be integrated with related Vedic or yogic sciences of astrology, architecture, music, and language for an even broader approach.

Yoga is first and foremost a science of Self-realization. Its concern is a spiritual practice, mainly through meditation, to take us beyond the sorrow and ignorance of the world. It teaches us how to move from our outer bodily and ego-bound identity to our immortal Self that dwells within the heart. Yoga provides the key to all spiritual development, which in the Vedic sense is gaining knowledge of our true nature beyond time, space, death, and suffering.

Ayurveda is primarily a science of Self-healing aimed at relieving the diseases of body and mind. This does not mean that Ayurveda is merely a method of personal healing that doesn't require help from therapists or doctors. In fact, Ayurveda says that medical practitioners are indispensable in dealing with the complexities of disease and the variabilities of health requirements. Ayurveda as Self-healing means that it is concerned with restoring wholeness, with our inner Self as its ultimate goal, which is spiritual healing.

Ayurveda's concern is alleviating both bodily and mental diseases and promoting both physical and psychological well-being. Yet the ultimate goal of classical Ayurveda, like classical yoga, is Self-realization - the highest form of Self-healing. Ayurveda shows us how to attain optimal health, not for outer enjoyment but to provide a wholesome foundation and sufficient energy to pursue the yogic quest.