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Yoga and Ayurveda As A Daily Lifestyle Practice

Course dates: 
Monday, 7 May, 2018 to Friday, 11 May, 2018
Yogi Cameron at Schumacher College

Join one of the most celebrated Ayurvedic and Yogic practitioners in the world, Yogi Cameron along side Satish Kumar and be inspired by the holistic practice of Yoga for everyday life, including its physical, social, spiritual and environmental aspects. Learn how to take your daily practice to the next level so you can take intuitive actions throughout your day. Understand how to use the Ayurvedic practices of Diet, Self Healing and Treatment to help transform your body and mind. Practice meditation with mantras to elevate your mind so you have control of your thoughts and reactions.

At A Glance

• Do you want to live at the highest level possible where you have complete discipline over your body and live with great awareness? This is how.
• Having just physical Yoga practice is such a tiny part of a complete practice and experience. Why?
• Ayurveda and Yoga are the sister sciences that must be practiced together, but why?

About This Course

Yogi Cameron will be leading you through 5 days of transformation on a physical, mental and spiritual level. As taught by ancient gurus, Yoga and Ayurveda are the two sciences that must be practiced together for the body mind balance.

Ayurveda teaches all the practices of how to keep the body free of disease, young and in an energetic state while Yoga teaches how to discipline the mind and take control of our thoughts and actions.
The balance of using these two sciences together brings about the higher understanding of spiritual knowledge through greater consciousness. Each one of us has the potential to create a reality based on joyful living and harmonious interactions.

Although the ultimate purpose of following and practicing the two sciences of Ayurveda and Yoga together is to reach a higher consciousness and be self realized, on a day to day bases these practices teach you how to balance your speech, diet, relationships and work.

We begin our yoga with our bodies. If our bodies are not healthy and strong nothing can be achieved, therefore the first step of a yogic way of life is to learn good physical posture, asanas, pranayamas etc. But that is only the beginning; Satish Kumar will instruct us in how to practice yoga of the mind, yoga of the heart, yoga of relationships and living in the world in a yogic way. Yoga is a complete philosophy of personal, social, spiritual and environmental living.

The aim of this course is to prepare you for all the conflicts, difficulties and hardships of life so you can be at peace and harmony with all beings at all times and be as healthy and vibrant as possible. You will be invited to ask questions, have clarifications and deepen your understanding of yoga to be able to go into the sphere of a holistic vision of yoga.

Each day participants will learn:

  • How to eat for your body and mind type according to Ayurvedic principles
  • Understand the most beneficial daily practices to help lead a spiritual existence
  • Understand how to self heal from any health issues you may have
  • Become more intuitive in your approach to life and not be reactive to daily issues
  • Learn the fundamentals of a healthy lifestyle for maximum focus, energy and clarity
  • Become self sufficient by understanding your self and how to serve your true nature
  • Know what to eat and drink according to your constitution and your current lifestyle
  • Become more efficient at managing your time and work life so you are present in life


Yogi Cameron at Schumacher College

Yogi Cameron

Yogi Cameron is one of the most celebrated Ayurvedic and Yogic practitioners in the world.  Since 2003 he has been taking these ancient teachings from India, were he was trained and also lives part time, and bringing them to people around the world through his TV show and other media outlets.

He is the author of ‘The Guru In You’ and ‘The One Plan’ and The Yogi Code, which holds 7 of the most important and powerful teachings of the Yogic path.
Yogi Cameron has been featured on The Dr. Oz Show, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, The Today Show, Extra, E! News, The Insider and many other news and entertainment outlets. He has also been featured in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, ELLE, Vogue, The London Times to name a few. YC is a resident expert on ‘Conversations with Maria Menounos’ on SiriusXM.

Yogi Cameron has launched, a private portal where many gather to share ideas, thoughts and experiences while receiving guidance and expertise on Yoga, Meditation and Ayurveda as a lifestyle.

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Satish Kumar

Satish Kumar

Satish is a former monk and long-term peace and environment activist. He has been quietly setting the Global Agenda for change for over 50 years. He was just nine when he left his family home to join the wandering Jains and 18 when he decided he could achieve more back in the world, campaigning for land reform in India and working to turn Gandhi’s vision of a renewed India and a peaceful world into reality.

In 1973 Satish settled in the United Kingdom taking up the post of editor of Resurgence magazine, a position he has held ever since, making him the UK’s longest-serving editor of the same magazine. During this time, he has been the guiding spirit behind a number of now internationally respected ecological and educational ventures including Schumacher College.

£ 795.00
Fees include all teaching sessions, freshly prepared vegetarian meals and snacks as well as simple accommodation. Basic student accommodation is provided in modest, private single rooms with shared bathrooms. The rooms are in-line with the course’s orientation towards simplicity, however, if participants wish for higher comfort, there is an option for a non-accommodation rate saving you £150 off the residential fee. For non-residential, please use code "Non-Res-Yoga" at checkout. We recommend the award-winning Dartington Hall Hotel if you are booking your own accommodation which is convenintly located next to the yoga studio. ( Participants are asked to bring their own Yoga mats as there are none provided on site. Physical Yoga sessions will be held at Dartington Hall's dance studio, Studio 6.