Ayurveda is a medical system that has been practiced in India for thousands of years. The goal of Ayurveda is to cleanse the body by balancing the three doshas - vata, pitta, and kapha. According to Ayurvedic principles, each individual has a unique constitution, or Prakriti, which is determined by their dosha type. Ayurveda offers personalized recommendations for diet, exercise, and lifestyle changes to help maintain balance and promote health. These recommendations include herbal remedies, massage, yoga, meditation, and other natural therapies. Ayurveda is gaining popularity in the Western world as people seek out natural and holistic approaches to health and wellness. While Ayurveda is not a substitute for conventional medicine, it can be a complementary approach to support overall health and well-being.
We are conducting Ayurveda Courses every month, Course duration will be 2 weeks.
- Introduction, Definition, and History of Ayurveda.
- Ashtanga Ayurveda
- Definition of Health in Ayurveda.
- Basic concept of Ayurveda and there relevance in diet and activity management in every Individual.
- Dosha - Specific yoga asana practice and designing individual yoga therapy sessions.
- Dosha ( Body Constitutions )
- Dhatus ( Body Tissues)
- Mala ( Biological / metabolic waste product)
- Concept of Agni ( Digestive and metabolic fire)
- Pancha Mahabhoota ( Five basic element in the universe)
- Diet and nutrition plan according to Ayurveda.