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Ayurveda training

Basic Concepts of Ayurveda

Course Contains

Brief History of Ayurveda in Nepal

Specialties of Ayurveda

Introduction to fundamental concepts and principles of Ayurveda

Theory of five basic elements (Panchamahabhootha) and Three–Doshas

Concepts of Dosha – Dhathu – Mala – Srothas - channels -Agni (Concept of digestive fire) and concept of ‘Ojas’ (the essence of body)

Health-Immunity-Nature- Ayurvedic perspective

Constitutional Analysis(Prakruti Parikshan): Understanding the constitutional types, Practical evaluation of physical and mental condition

Concept of digestive fire/ Diet / Food and incompatible food

Panch Nidana: The Ayurvedic diagnosis Method of Disease

Sadvidh Kriyakaal: The six stages of disease manifestation

Prevention and curative aspect of Ayurveda

The role of six tastes in disease prevention and treatment

Ayurvedic concept of Daily routine and seasonal regimen

Expected Outcome: After successful completion of course, you will be able to

a) Understand Basic principle of Ayurveda

b) Identify the different Ayurvedic Body Types

c) Understand the Ayurvedic concept of Metabolism, digestive fire, Health and Immunity

d) Identify the root cause of diseases, process of its development and diagnosis methods.

e) Know the preventive and curative aspects of Ayurveda and use the six tastes in treatment of disease

f) Adopt the healthy daily lifestyle and seasonal activities 

Course Availability: Any time of the year at the convenience of the student.

Eligibility: No prior Ayurvedic knowledge required.

Duration: 24 hours (4 to 12 days with favorable time of participants)

Course Fee: $150, NRs 5000 (for Nepalese)

 

Ayurvedic Way of Healthy Living

Preventive Aspects of Ayurveda: an Ayurvedic Way of Healthy Living

Course Contains

Concept of Preventive Medicine in Ayurveda

Importance of Rasayan Chikitsa and Panchkarma in prevention of diseases.

Concept of Immunity  in Ayurveda

Causes (Hetu) of disease formation and Ayurvedic view of Epidemics (Janpadodwansa)

Ayurvedic method of  personal hygiene and daily routine (Dincharya)

Impact of seasonal and geographical variation on Health, healthy diet and lifestyle according to season. (Ritucharya)

Ayurveda Healthy cooking and Healthy eating.

Foods according to individual constitution (Prakriti), food that aggravates/relieves (Pathya/Apathya) the diseases

Drug addiction and its treatment according to Ayurveda

Yoga and meditation in prevention of diseases

Useful herbs in preventive medicine


Expected Outcomes:

After completion of course, Participant will be able to adopt

The Ayurvedic way of Health living

Ayurvedic method for personal hygiene and healthy daily routine.

healthy diet and lifestyle according to season

Ayurveda Healthy cooking and Healthy eating

Healthy diets according to individual Prakriti (constituent)

Preventive yoga and meditation

Herbs that prevents the disease and give longevity in life

Participant will be able to understand

Different Ayurvedic approach for prevention of diseases

The Rasayan (Rejuvenation) Chikitsa

Panchkarma therapy

Ayurvedic view of immunity

Factors causing the diseases

Ayurvedic view of epidemics

food that aggravates/relieves (Pathya/Apathya) the diseases

The concept of drug addiction and its treatment in ayurveda

 

Course Availability: Any time of the year at the convenience of the student.

Eligibility: No prior Ayurvedic knowledge required.

Duration: 24 hours (4 to 12 days with favorable time of participants)

Course Fee: $150, NRs 5000 (for Nepalese)

 

Ayureda diet, Nutrition and style of cooking

Course Contains

Fundamental principles of Ayurveda (Panchmahabhut, Dosha, Dhatu)

Basic concept of Digestion (Pachan) and Assimilation (Dhatu Poshan) in Ayurveda.

Classification of Foods and their properties

Ayurveda Healthy cooking and Healthy eating.

Concept of Rasa, Guna, Virya and Bipak

Role of Seven tastes (Rasa) in health

Differentiation of food According to Dosha, Rasa, Guna, Virya and Bipak

Incompatible foods and food poisoning.

Foods according to individual constitution (Prakriti)

food that aggravates/relieves (Pathya/Apathya) the diseases

Medicinal values of common kitchen herbs

 

Course Availability: Any time of the year at the convenience of the student.

Eligibility: No prior Ayurvedic knowledge required.

Duration: 20-30 hours (10 to 15 days with favorable time of participants)

Course Fee:  $150, NRs 5000 for Nepalese

 

Ayurvedic Home Remedies

 

Course Contains:

Basic concept of Ayurveda

Basic principles of Ayurveda pharmacology; Rasa, Guna, Virya, Bipak, Pravaba and karma

Home remedies for Gastro-intestinal system; Indigestion, Gastritis, Constipation, Diarrhea

Herbs for curing Diabetes and Heart diseases

Home remedies for Respiratory problems

Herbs for kidney and liver diseases

Home remedies for hair, skin and eye problems

Herbs for male and female sexual problems

 

Course Availability: Any time of the year at the convenience of the student.

Eligibility: No prior Ayurvedic knowledge required.

Duration: 24 hours (4 to 12 days with favorable time of participants)

Course Fee: $150, NRs 5000 (for Nepalese)

 

 

Basic Training on Panchkarma

 

 

Course Contains

Introduction to fundamental concepts and principles of Ayurveda

Theory of five basic elements (Panchamahabhootha) and Three–Doshas

Concepts of Dosha – Dhathu – Mala – Srothas - channels -Agni (Concept of digestive fire) and concept of ‘Ojas’ (the essence of body)

Health-Immunity-Nature- Ayurvedic perspective

Constitutional Analysis(Prakruti Parikshan): Understanding the constitutional types, Practical evaluation of physical and mental condition

Introduction principles of Panchkarma

Theory and practical of Purvakarma (preparatory Procedures); Dipan, Snehan, swedan

Selection of patient for panchakarma, (preparatory procedures)

Theory and practical of Types of panchkarma (main procedures); Vaman, Virechan, Basti, Shirobirechan, Raktamokshan

Paschat karma, (post procedural)

Diet for panchakarma (Sansarjan karma).

 

Course Availability: Any time of the year at the convenience of the student.

Eligibility: No prior Ayurvedic knowledge required.

Duration: 30-35 hours (4 to 15 days with favorable time of participants)

Course Fee: $500, NRs 20000 (for Nepalese)

 

 

 

Panchkarma and Spa Trainings

 

Course Contains:

Introduction to fundamental concepts and principles of Ayurveda

Theory of five basic elements (Panchamahabhootha) and Three–Doshas

Constitutional Analysis(Prakruti Parikshan): Understanding the constitutional types, Practical evaluation of physical and mental condition

Concept of panchkarma

Theory and practical on Abhyanga (Ayurvedic whole body massage),  Ayurvedic head massage, Ayurvedic back massage, ayurvedic  hand and  foot massage, Kizhi, Njavara Kizhi, Ayurvedic steam bath, Shirodhara, Janu basti, Kati basti, Hridya basti, Griwa basti, Shiro basti, Pichu, Nasya, Aschyotan, Pinda swedan , Ayurvedic facial and Udbartan

 

Advanced Panchkarma Training

 

Course Contains:

Introduction to fundamental concepts and principles of Ayurveda

Theory of five basic elements (Panchamahabhootha) and Three–Doshas

Concepts of Dosha – Dhathu – Mala – Srothas - channels -Agni (Concept of digestive fire) and concept of ‘Ojas’ (the essence of body)

Health-Immunity-Nature- Ayurvedic perspective

 

Yoga for Diseases

 

Course Contains

Theoretical background of Yoga

Astanga yoga; Yam, Niyam, Aasan, Pranayam, Pratyahra, Dhyan, Dharan and Samadhi

Introduction to types of Asana( Posture),  Breathing Exercise (Pranayam), Banda,  Mudra, Shadkarmas and Chankras

Importance of Yoga in Physical and Mental Health

Rules and techniques  for practicing yoga

 

Extensive Meditation for Treatment of Diseases

 

Course Contains:

Technique of Anapan (meditation of breathing)

Concept of Panchmahabhuta, Indriya (sense organs), Mana (mind)

Technique of stabilizing Indriyas and mana, observing Panchmahabhut, techniques of Self observation

Concept of Chakras and technique for sensitizing chakras,  Asanas and Pranayam

Concept of  Marmas,  technique of Marma meditation and sensitization of its channels

Brief of anatomy and physiology of Internal organs and technique of internal organ sensitization

Balancing technique of diseased organs

 

Training Information

Organizer: Ayurnepal Pvt Ltd in collaboration with Ayur Polyclinic and Nature Care Hospital

Program Coordinators:

Dr Raja Ram Dhungana, Medical Coordinator, Ayur Polyclinic

Dr Suira Joshi, Medical Officer, Ayur Polyclinic

Resource Persons:

Dr Rajendra Giri, Ayurveda Medical Officer, Ministry of Health

Dr Dinesh Gyanwali, Medical Officer, Central Ayurveda Hospital, Naradevi

Dr Harisharan Aryal, Deputy Director, Nature Care Hospital

Dr Janak Aryal, Ayurveda Medical Officer, Patanjali Ayurveda

Dr Pratima Acharya, Ayurveda Medical Officer, Patanjali Ayurveda

Dr Padma Bajracharya, Panchkarma specialist

Dr Sapan Shakya, Medical Officer, Ayurveda Health Home

Dr Yadav Gurung, Ayurveda Doctor

Dr Narendra Giri, Ayurveda Doctor

Dr Mahesh Khanal, Medical Officer

Dr Sarita Bajagain, Ayurveda Medical Officer, Patangali Ayurveda

Dr Barsha Hada, Ayurveda Medical Officer, Kundalini Hospital

Dr Niru Prajapati, Ayurveda Medical Officer, patanjali Ayurveda

Dr Nirmala Suwal, Ayurveda Doctor

Mr Sury k Shrestha, Director, Dekha Herbals

Contact:

[email protected]

Ph: 977-1-5529956, 9779841077291 (Mobile)