About Ayurveda Academy of Yoga in Daily Life

The Ayurveda Academy of Yoga in Daily Life is an international educational association situated in Vienna, Austria, Europe. The aim is to convey the knowledge of Ayurveda pure and clear on classical Ayurvedic texts. The science of life follows the processes in nature that knows neither political nor cultural boundaries. It is always possible to understand and reconcile the classical texts with our lives today.

All our lecturers are Vaidyas (Ayurvedic Doctors)  and have teaching experience.

The collaboration with the Ayurveda college of the “Bharatya Sanskriti Darshan Trust´s Ayurved Mahavidyalaya”, Wagholi, Pune (Maharastra State) under the scientific direction of Prof. Sardeshmukh and his team guarantee the high quality of the education. http://ayurvedcollegewagholi.com/

About our Trainings

In this new practical and theoretical training cycle, we offer the basic training and advanced training.

Prerequisite for participation in advanced training is basic knowledge acquired either in our basic training or in a basic education from another recognised training institute. A degree certificate and an orientation interview are in that case required.

The training includes the study of Ayurveda from ancient texts as well as teachings of modern practical exercises and treatments. We include the philosophical part of Ayurveda and Yoga more.

Both students who want to understand their own nature better, as well as those who would like to work professionally in the field of health care including wellness, will profit from the authentic first-hand training.

The training is also aimed at all interested and technically trained people such as doctors, health nurses, midwives, therapists, nutritionists.

Who We Are?

Vishwaguru Mahamandaleshwar Paramhans Swami Maheshwarananda (Swamiji)

Patron of the Ayurveda Academy of Yoga in Daily Life
Swamiji is recognised worldwide as one of the few outstanding masters of Yoga. He has dedicated his life completely to the service of mankind. He is author of the internationally renowned scientific system "Yoga in Daily Life", which is applied throughout the world. Today "Yoga in Daily Life" is taught in thousands of Yoga Centres as well as sports, education and public health institutions worldwide. During 2004, Swamiji initiated the Ayurveda Academy as an integrated extension of the system Yoga in Daily Life.

Prof. Dr. S.P. Sardeshmukh,

Ayurveda Parangat: Ph.D.(Ayurved), Scientific Director of the Ayurveda Academy of Yoga in Daily Life, Director of the Ayurvedic Hospital in Wagholi, Pune, India

Dr. Sardeshmukh was born in a Vaidya family with a strong and proud tradition – Vedic knowledge has traditionally been passed on in its original form, through many generations. He is a professor at the Universities in Pune and Bombay. He regularly holds lectures in India and abroad. His patients come from all over India, Australia, Germany, Austria, Japan, U.S.A. and many other countries.

Muktamani – Claudia Matejovsky

Managing Director of the Ayurveda Academy of Yoga in Daily Life

Claudia Matejovsky has extensive professional experience as personnel manager of a Hotel group. She is a certified Yoga teacher of the system “Yoga in Daily Life” and a close disciple of Paramhans Swami Maheshwarananda. After completing several training courses in Ayurveda in Germany, Switzerland and India she established the company sattva for improving the quality of life.

She has completed the training Yoga & Ayurveda Basic carried out by the Ayurveda College "Vishwashantidham", Wagholi, Pune, India certified by the Tilak Maharashtra University, Gultekadi, Pune, India,

Sri Deep Madhavananda Ashram Fellowship

The organizers are working on own responsibility but have dedicated their work to the ethic principles of the International Sri Deep Madhavananda Ashram Fellowship.

This Fellowship is a worldwide non-profit humanitarian organisation, with member associations in roster Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations. It was founded in 1990 by Paramhans Swami Maheshwarananda from Rajasthan/India in order to unite all "Yoga in Daily Life" associations worldwide. The Fellowship's activities are to serve humankind by fostering health, world peace, humanitarian aid, human rights, protection of the environment and all creatures, tolerance, respect, and freedom among religions, cultures, and nations.

Among the objectives and aims of this public and not towards profits orientated association are (paragraph 2/sub-paragraphs 6-8 of its statute):

  •  The fostering of the international relationships in the areas of art, culture, dance, education, language, religion etc.
  • The fostering of integral medicine and health-projects, especially in the field of Ayurveda, Yoga-therapy, rehabilitation, and prophylaxis.
  • Organisation of study and exchange programs at home and abroad, especially in the fields of yoga, health, culture, and arts.

Establishment Celebration of the AYURVEDA ACADEMY of Yoga in Daily Life® 

The Great visionairs and Rishis from the Himalaya gave us the knowledge of life. They gave us the wisdom of life itself. Ayurveda regards body, mind and soul as one inseparable unit. The ayurvedic health concept not only contains preventive methods but also the understanding that every human has a unique constitution which must be regarded in case of an imbalance.

Yoga and Ayurveda are both integral components of the larger vedic knowledge. Together they combine to produce a holistic discipline which allows people to live healthy, vital and creative lives thereby allowing them to fulfill their Dharma, ones true divine task in life.

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