100hr Online Foundations of Ayurveda 

Dates over 4 weekends:

July 11th & 12th
July 18th & 19th
Aug 1st & 2nd
Aug 8th & 9th

Our online sessions will be conducted via zoom. The teacher will email you 30-60 minutes before class starts to send the zoom link which you can use to access the live video. This link will be sent to your email address you enter on eventbrite or mindbody upon registration



  • Ayurvedic Digestion and Nutrition

  • Dinacharya & Rtucharya

        (daily & seasonal routines for self care)

  • History and Philosophy of Ayurveda

  • Ayurvedic Cooking

  • Yoga, meditation and pranayama

  • Fundamental theory of the doshas

  • Psychology from an Ayurvedic Perspective

  • Non Violent Communication & Coaching skills

  • Customized yoga classes for balancing doshas



early bird special first 5 Students $900 

regular – $1,100



- Introduction to Everyday Ayurveda Cookbook by Kate O’Donnell  (Introduction + Part 1, chapters 1-3)
- Ayurveda the Science of Self Healing by Dr Vasant Lad


What to Eat for How You Feel by Divya Alter





7:15-8:30am: Sadhana / 10am-5pm: classroom


*note: we will also have an orientation session from 5:30-7pm on Friday, August 14th

*all times are EDT (Eastern Daylight Time)

location – online





  • discourses on Ayurveda Philosophy

  • lectures and discussions on Ayurveda lifestyle and psychology

  • develop a personalized self care routine

  • Ayurvedic cooking classes

  • tools to support clients, students, family, and friends on their journey towards health

  • Ayurvedic yoga and meditation


Join Syama, Dhyana, and Richard Masla in learning the  practice & philosophy of Ayurveda 

This training is for yoga teachers, life coaches, yoga practitioners and anyone interested in diving deeply into the science and lifestyle of Ayurveda. It consists of 100 hours which can be applied to the advanced Yoga Alliance certified 300 hour yoga teacher training. This training is also certified for continuing education hours for NAMA certified Ayurvedic practitioners.

Syama Masla was raised within the tradition of Bhakti Yoga and lifestyle of Ayurveda. She grew up at her father's Ayurveda Health Retreat in North Florida where her everyday activities from middle school through college involved cooking, giving traditional panchakarma treatments and teaching yoga. She received over 1000 hours of yoga training at Naropa University in Boulder, CO and left with her degree in Traditional Eastern Arts. Studying under Divya Alter (owner of @DivyasKitchen and author of What to Eat for How You Feel), she learned the art of cooking as medicine for the body, mind & soul and taught seasonal cooking classes based on the principles of Ayurveda for Bhagavat Life.

Raised on the path of Bhakti Yoga, Dhyana has been visiting India since her childhood. Her father opened the Ayurveda Health Retreat when she was 12 years old, and at the age of 15 she was trained in the science of Ayurvedic body treatments. Seeing patient after patient experiencing deep transformation through the simple lifestyle practices of Ayurveda, her faith in the science deepened and she wanted to learn more. She received her undergraduate degree in Yoga & Psychology at Naropa University and in 2011 and along with her sister and father, founded YogaVeda - the Yoga Alliance certified school for uniting the philosophy, lifestyle, and sciences of Yoga & Ayurveda. She has studied the pulse with Dr. Lad as well as Dr. John Douillard and is a practicing Ayurveda Health Counselor. Founding director of Stanton Street Yoga in New York City, she leads yoga teacher trainings, retreats, and workshops internationally.

Richard founded the Ayurveda Health Retreat in 2001 and is a dedicated Yoga teacher and Ayurvedic educator. Since opening its doors, he has helped thousands of people seeking healthy living with knowledge from the Ayurveda. He began his Yoga and Ayurveda studies at age 17 and traveled to India at 21 with his spiritual teacher Swami Prabhupada. He studied Ayurveda with Dr. Vasant Lad at the Ayurvedic Institute in New Mexico and has traveled to India over 30 times. In 1994 he graduated Clayton College with a degree, Doctor of Naturopathy.