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Ayurvedic Natural Health Centre Pvt. Ltd. , Bougainvilla Hermitage Nachinola Goa.

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Course Intensive Course in Ayurveda
Course Duration 6 week
Course Contact Hour 7 hour per day for 6 day in a week
Course Faculty B.A.M.S-Bachelor in Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery a 5 & ½ years Degree course in ayurveda and M.D (Masters in Ayurveda)
Venue ANHC, C/o Bouganvilla Hermitage Village, Borvan Vaddo, Nachionala, Bardez - Goa. 403508
Tariff
Tution Fee:
Rs. 95,000/-
Accommodation:
Rs. 25,000/-
Meals:
Rs. 19,000/-
Total Tariff Rs. 1,39,000/-

Course Highlight

  1. Intensive Training both in Theory and Practical.
  2. The student will learn for 200 hr an International Standard to qualify as a Ayurveda Therapist.
  3. Theory envisages the Practical learning.
  4. The student gets a hand on experience to learn and practice on co-students, thereby learning the subject to perfection.
  5. Theory syllabus extracted from the classical texts of ayurveda, however taught in simple English and in a way that a student can begin to learn without having any background of Ayurveda.

Eligibility for the Course

  1. To be able to read, write and understand English.
  2. Background and pre education in Ayurveda is not a must.

Gains at the end of the course

  1. Certificate is awarded after the successful completion of the course.
  2. The 6 week's course is a comprehensive program of learning which provides the learner with the opportunity to acquire health assessment and diagnostic skills of tri-dosha (vata/ pitta/ kapha) type, knowledge of treatments and an ability to appraise their effectiveness in maintaining the health and wellbeing of the individual.
  3. The learner will emerge from this program with an understanding of the scope of their knowledge and skills, and a commitment to taking continued responsibility for self-development as a therapist of the ayurvedic system of healthcare.
  4. ANHC envisage this certification to be a platform for further education and practice, which would eventually lead to be a diploma or degree holder of the ayurvedic system and get accredited to the association of ayurvedic practitioners at global ayurvedic bodies.

Theory Syllabus for the Intensive Course in Ayurveda

  1. Objectives of ayurveda
  2. Definition of health in ayurveda
  3. Eight specialties of ayurveda - AshtangaAyurved
  4. Basic and primordial elements of universe and the human body - Panchamahbhuta
  5. Three humours - Doshas
  6. Daily routine - Dinacharya
  7. Seasonal routine - Ritucharya
  8. Dhatus and Malas - Body tissues and Excretory Products
  9. Energy - Agni (Panchabhautik Agni, Jataragni, Dhatuagni)
  10. Alimentary Tract - Kosta
  11. Taste - Shad Rasas
  12. Introduction to Prakruti - Body Constitution
  13. Diet, Sleep and Sex three pillars of life - trI-stambha
  14. Natural Urges - Vegas
  15. Method of ayurvedic formulations - Swaras, Him, Phant, Kalka, Kwath, etc
  16. Medicinal use of common herbs and spices
  1. Dietics in ayurveda - AaharVarga
  2. Introduction to panchakarma
  3. Vaman - Induced Vomiting
  4. Virechan - Induced Purgation
  5. Basti - Medicated Enema
  6. Nasyam - Purification through the Nasal Route
  7. Raktamokshan - Letting out Diseased Blood
  8. Introduction to Ayurveda Nidaan - Diagnosis in Ayurveda
  9. Introduction to Ayurveda Chikitsa - Various Treatment Methods in Ayurveda
  10. Rasayan therapy - Enhancement of Immunity
  11. Snehan and SwedanChikitsa - Oleation and Sudation Treatment
  12. Shodhan and Shaman Chikitsa - Cleansing and Pacifying Treatment
  13. Vajikaran therapy - Aphrodiasic treatment
  14. Dhatusaratva - Nutrition of body tissues
  15. Pulse Diagnosis, Tongue Diagnosis, Eye Inspection, Nail Inspection
  16. Importance of Aahar and Vihar - Importance of Diet and Lifestyle in combating

Ayurvedic Beauty (Theory Syllabus)

  1. Definition of beauty
  2. Body and its appearances
  3. Ayurvedic approach to beauty and body maintenance
  4. Factors that affect beauty
  5. Protection of beauty
  6. Complexion
  1. Glow
  2. Wrinkles
  3. Pimples
  4. Scar
  5. Dark patch
  6. Stretch marks
  1. Hair packs
  2. Treatment of Acne
  3. Treatment of Dandruff
  4. Herbal Shampoo and Conditioner
  5. Body Scrub

Practical Syllabus for the Intensive Course in Ayurveda

  1. Oil and its types
  2. Head Massage - Shiroabhyanga
  3. Feet Massage - Padabhyanga
  4. Back Massage - Katiabhyanga
  5. Face Massage - MukhaAbhyanga
  6. Ayurvedic oil massage - Therapeutic Oil Massage
  7. Full Body Massage -Abhyanga
  8. Shirodhara
  9. Mardan
  10. Unmardan
  11. Samvahan
  12. Powder massage - Udwartanam
  13. Shirovasti
  14. Januvasti
  15. Hridvasti
  1. Kati vasti
  2. Manyavasti
  3. Netratarpan
  4. Anjan
  5. Nasya
  6. Raktamokshan- blood letting
  7. Demo of Vaman
  8. Demo of Virechan
  9. Basti - medicated enema
  10. Karnapuran
  11. Lepa- body pack
  12. Shirodhara - Decoction
  13. Shirodhara - milk
  14. Pichu
  15. Swedan (steam)
  1. Herbal Steam Bath
  2. Taapswed
  3. Ushnataapswedv
  4. Nadiswed
  5. AvagahaSweda
  6. Steam box
  7. Leaf Khizi- Elakizhi
  8. Powder Khizi - Podikizhi
  9. Sand khizi - Valukakizhi
  10. Navarakizzhi
  11. Kaya Seka - Oil Bath
  12. Pizhichil
  13. Dhara - Sheera, Takra, Kwath, Taila, etc
  14. Various Treatment on Eye
  15. Various Treatment on Ear

Ayurvedic Beauty (Practical Syllabus)

  1. Facial
  2. Home remedies for beauty problem
  1. Skin packs
  2. Manicure
  1. Pedicure
  2. Hair packs

Please note - for Panchakarma Treatment of Vaman, Virechan, etc the students have to be volunteer themselves to undergo the treatment. Otherwise the demo isn't possible.

Course Schedule

  1. 4 sessions each of 45 min of theory in the first half of the day.
  2. 2 sessions each of 90 min of practical post lunch

Meals

  1. Breakfast: 9.00 am - 10.00 am
  2. Lunch: 1.30 pm - 2.30 pm
  3. Dinner: 6.30 pm - 7.30 pm
  4. All meals are vegetarian.

Other Engagements

  1. Yog, Pranayama and Meditation: 6.30 am - 7.30 am/ 7.30 am - 9.00 am/ 12.00 noon - 1.30 pm/ 4.00 pm - 5.30 pm
  2. Meditation: 5.30 pm - 6.00 pm