Melanie Phillips (BFA, E-RYT, CAS) Is a certified Clinical Ayurvedic Specialist with advanced training under the direction of Dr. Vasant Lad, one of the leading pioneers of Ayurvedic Medicine in North America. Having immersed herself in ashram living and study at the Bihar University in India, and having taught yoga since 2000, her embodiment of Ayurveda, yoga, and a multitude of energy modalities has earned her excellence in leadership, teaching, and mentorship for those seeking a way home to their intuitive and brilliant nature.
Melanie created the Madhuri Method, an Ayurvedic Yoga advanced training for yoga teachers after witnessing the need for yoga to be offered in a way that allows for healing at any age, stage, or level of health. She also offers Inner Mastery Mentorship programs based in Ayurveda, yoga and neuropsychology to facilitate and support healing at the root cause of imbalance—to provide a fresh perspective; integrate the lifestyle changes necessary to achieve great health and provide support and guidance in mindfulness based energy psychology.


Ayurveda Self-Care Tips for Boosted Energy, Immunity & Peace

Yoga Quick Tip: Warrior 2 (Virabhadrasana II)

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Presence, Protection & Power

Harnessing prana for health and vitality

Using Ayurveda and energy medicine; learn how to harness your prana for physical, mental, and spiritual protection. Develop a presence that is reflective of your highest self, as opposed to one that expresses your insecurities. Leave with daily practices to…

Ayurvedic Yoga Practice for Rewiring the Nervous System

Vata dosha (air + ether elements) is the culprit for many imbalances in the body and mind. This session offers Ayurvedic focussed discussion, asana, pranayama, and meditation.

Leave refreshed with Ayurvedic tools to deeply restore your nervous system for…

Ayurvedic Yoga & Nutrition for Spring

Learn Ayurvedic wisdom (the sister science to yoga) in relation to your Yoga practice, foods, tastes, self-care, aromatherapy, and colours to keep you balanced during Spring.

Move through a kapha-pacifying asana, pranayama, and meditation practice designed to invigorate, ignite,