Ayurveda

Ayurveda the science of life, is a very comprehensive system of healing, which has its roots in the vedas, the oldest scriptures of India. According to Ayurvedathe cosmic consciousness and the five basic elements (Panchamahabhutas) combine to form the building blocks of physical existence.

The bodily functions are regulated by the Tridoshas and the harmonious interplay among the Doshas, is believed to be the foundation of sound health. Ayurveda is concerned with preventing diseases through moderation in diet, work, play and rest. The basis of all Ayurvedic treatments is the balancing of energies within us to restore wholeness. Rigorous scientific scrutiny into Ayurvedic techniques have revealed that many disorders that fail to respond to other forms of treatment respond to Ayurvedic remedies.

The treatments in Ayurveda has been broadly classified and dealt under three lines of management namely:

    Ashtanga Yoga Teacher Training India, Hatha Yoga Teacher Training India Shamana (Conservative / Paliative).
    Ashtanga Yoga Teacher Training Mysore, Hatha Yoga Teacher Training Mysore Shodana (Purificatory).
    Yoga Teacher Training Nidana Parivarjana (Preventive of positive factors).

The treatment aims at tackling the doshas effectively to be brought to a state of equillibrium. The doshas that have diminished activity have to be nurtured, the hyper doshas have to be subdued, palliated and the aggraveated doshas have to be eliminated through purification procedure (Panchakarma) thus bringing them to normalacy. The normal doshas have to be protected through the toughtful application of Dinacharya (Daily Regimen), Ruthucharya (Seasonal Regimen), Sadvrutha (Good Conduct) and Rasayana Chikitsa to keep the diseases at bay.

Who needs Panchakarma?

a. Those who are interested to live longer without diseases.
b. Application of Panchakarma in daily routine.
c. Application of Panchakarma according to seasons viz.

  • Shishira – Feb-March – magha-palguna.
  • Vasantha – April-May – chaitra-vyshaka
  • Greeshma – June–July – jesta-ashada
  • Varsha – Aug-sept – shravana-badrapada
  • Sharad – Oct-Nov – ashweeja -karthika
  • Hemantha – Dec-Jan – margashira-pushya
d. Panchakarma in Diseases: Panchakarma can be recommended to those who suffering from diseases of vata pitta and kapha in any season, after a careful examination according to ayurvedic principles such as examination of Nadi (ayurvedic pulse diagnosis), Prakruti (body and mind constitution),vikruthi (pathology), and necessary investigations available in ancient and modern methodologies while knowing in detail about their :
  • Nidana (oetiology).
  • Poorvarupa (premonitory signs and symptoms).
  • Roopa (signs and symptoms.
  • Upashaya anupashaya (trail with treatments and diet).
  • Samprapti (pathogenisis).
  • Hemantha – Margashira-pushya

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SYLLABUS Foundation course in Ayurveda
Introduction Origin of Ayurveda
Definition of Ayurveda
Ashtanga Ayurveda Kayachikitsa - Internal Medicine
Balachikitsa – Paediatrics
Grahachikitsa – Psychology & Psychiatry
Urdhwanga – ENT & Opthalmology
Shalya – Surgery
Damstra – Toxicology
Jara – Science of Rejuvenation
Vrisha – Science of Aphrodasiacs
Panchamahabhoota Earth
Air
Fire
Water
Ether
Tridosha Concepts Vata, Pitta and Kapha
Basics of Vata, Pitta and Kapha
Properties, Functions and Situations etc
Various Prakruthis Body constitution like vata prakruthi, pitta prakruthi and kapha prakruthi
Tridosha Concepts Vata, Pitta and Kapha
Basics of Vata, Pitta and Kapha
Properties, Functions and Situations etc
Various Prakruthis Body constitution like Vata prakruthi, Pitta prakruthi and Kapha prakruthi
Basics of Sapta Dhatus 7 Nutrients
Basics of Vata, Pitta and Kapha
Trimalas (3 waste products)
Introduction to Dravya guna Herbal Pharmacology
Some common herbs and their uses.
Introduction to Roga Nidhana Pathogenesis of Disease
Learn how to examine a patient?
Introduction to Nadi Pariksha Ayurvedic Pulse Diagnosis.
Sadvruttha
Dinacharya
Ritucharya
Daily and seasonal routine
Introduction to Panchakarma 5 types of cleaning the body
Vamana - Therapeutic Emesis
Virechana - Therapeutic Purgation
Basthi - Therapeutic Enema
Nasya - Therapeutic Nasal medication
Raktamokshana - Therapeutic Blood letting


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