Education that Liberates
Since 1978, Mount Madonna has provided theoretical and practical professional education and training in classical systems of Yoga, Äyurveda, and Community.
Each School emphasizes self-learning, service, and continuing life-long learning, as well as teaching the ethical and professional standards necessary for developing high-level, meaningful careers.
Master Faculty and Instructors
Dr. Ram Harsh Singh
Recent recipient of the Padma Shri Award for Äyurveda in India, and long standing Professor emeritus at Benares Hindu University, Dr. Singh has been teaching at Mount Madonna Institute since 2009.Learn More
School of Yoga Faculty
MMC Staff & Senior Students of Baba Hari Dass
All of our faculty have been directly trained by Master Yogi Sri Baba Hari Dass, who is affectionately called âBabajiâ.Learn More
Our Campus & Facilities
The Institute is located at and hosted by Mount Madonna Center's beautiful Conference and Retreat Center. The setting offers an ideal environment for learning and exploring within the context of a 40-year-old residential community dedicated to the principles and practice of Yoga. Students have the opportunity to directly connect, not only with residents, faculty, and other student body, but with the natural world that informs the foundations of Äyurveda and yoga philosophy.
Mount Madonna Center
Our sister organization and host, the Mount Madonna Center, is a residential learning community inspired by the example of our teacher, Baba Hari Dass. We offer a beautiful, community managed space for yoga retreats, personal practice, spiritual and personal development programs, and a variety of classes and workshops.
Yoga Service and Community
Dec 4, 2018 - Mar 3, 2019
For those passionate about living, learning, and serving in community, Mount Madonna Center offers 3-month residential service-learning opportunities in a beautiful retreat setting. Yoga, Service, & Community (YSC) is a unique, experiential placement which supports those on the path of personal growth and spiritual development, with on-going classes focused on philosophy and practice, living a meaningful life, and mind-body awareness through yoga and healthy living.
Dec 8, 2018 â¢ 1:00 - 3:00pm
Join MMI staff for an informational presentation featuring our Community Studies, Ayurveda, and Yoga Programs. The presentation starts promptly at 1pm with a campus tour to follow. An optional one hour class preview will be available after the tour for those interested in Ayurveda Programs.
Jan 4 - 6, 2019
Learn basic principles to determine your individual mind-body nature and how to apply these to personal, family and community life. Develop a personalized diet and lifestyle program, and examine root causes of imbalance and disease.
Feb 8 - 10, 2019
The program includes fundamentals of Ayurvedic theory, anatomy and physiology, nutrition, lifestyle management, yoga, basic clinical assessment and Sanskrit. Completion of this course may be applied towards the Ayurvedic Health Counselor certificate.