- Introduction and history of Ayurveda
- The Ayurvedic healing system
- Objectives and principles of Ayurveda
- Ayurvedic Anatomy and Physiology
- The three Doshas
- Body Constitution, balance (Prakriti) and imbalance (Vikriti) in Ayurveda
- Diagnosis in Ayurveda: Pulse and tongue diagnosis
- Introduction to Panchakarma (Ayurvedic detoxification)
- Ayurvedic diet and nutrition to suit ones Dosha type
- Lifestyle approach to suit ones Dosha type
- Advice and suggestion according to Ayurveda
- Advice on Yoga and breathing exercises based on body constitution.
Ayurveda is a complete way of life. As a holistic health system comprising diet, Yoga, massage, detoxification, herbal remedies, meditation and daily lifestyle, Ayurveda improves not only a person’s health, but also their well being, behaviour and state of mind. Although Ayurveda can be used to alleviate various conditions, it is founded on the principle of preventing disorders in the long term rather than waiting for problems to manifest themselves. Thus it is the ideal way for healthy individuals to maintain good health and general well being. With a few small changes to a person’s daily life, it is possible to live the Ayurvedic way and reap the benefits. Ayurveda gives people the tools to treat their body according to its needs, leading to emotional and mental well being and good health.
Course Dates for 2023:
5 Modules – Starts February 2023
T: 02083128383 Option 1