A podcast by Jordanna Levin

From Jordanna: “This podcast interview is sitting up there in my top 3. Perhaps because the subject matter is a combination of two things that I admire greatly, Ayurveda and the moon, but also because my guest Katie Manistas is just one of those people who you could listen to all day.

Her teachings are fascinating, so relevant and completely digestable and we barely skim the surface in this interview.”

In this episode Jordanna and Katie discuss:

  • What is Ayurveda?

  • How can Ayurveda help heal us.

  • Why Ayurveda is so beneficial for women.

  • The connection between Ayurveda and the moon.

  • Why our menstrual cycles are so connected to the moon and what to do if yours are not.

  • Whether or not we should practice inversions during our menstrual cycle.

  • And so much more…

It’s so important to continue the practice of self study whilst teaching yoga.

We acknowledge that once you step on the path to becoming a yoga teacher, you embark on a life-changing journey of continuous self-improvement. Our Advanced Teacher Training program contains an integrated pathway through 350 and 500-hours of training, as well as modules for special interest, mentorship and connection with other teachers and the trainers themselves to continue professional development.

Do you want to take your teaching skills to the next level?

Wondering if this is the right step for you? Are you ready? Have questions? Join us at our next Advanced Teacher Training Info Session onSaturday, 3rd February 2018

Katie is teaching our Yoga for The Individual module of Advanced Teacher Training next year. This includes components of Ayurveda protocols to deepen your practice & teaching. See our website for 2018 dates.

Katie Manitsas is an advanced level Jivamukti yoga teacher, Wise Earth Ayurveda master teacher, doula, author and she holds the highest possible accreditations with both Yoga Alliance and Yoga Australia.

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