Ayurveda course. Module 1. Sanscrit, Darshana and Siddhanta 2019
Dr. P. Ram Manohar
First module of the Ayurveda course is devoted to learn a basic set of technical terms in Sanskrit with their etymological derivations. You will learn the six systems of knowledge in ancient India known as the Six Darśanas, and Siddhanta.Expert: Dr. P. Ram ManoharResearch Director at Amrita Centre for Advanced Research in Āyurveda (ĀCĀRA), Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Kollam, India;He has been contributing in the field of Ayurvedic research since the last 24 years. He has to his credit more ..
The course where you will learn everything about channel system from the Ayurvedic perspective.You will learn to find and recognize all 107 points used in Marma therapy and the most effective ways of working with them. You will study the main marma points of head and neck, upper and lower extremities, chest, stomach and back.This course will introduce the main marma points that we need to know for management of chronic diseases, as well as clinical protocols for using marma therapy in some condi..
Immunity characterizes the reserve of internal forces and resources of the body to fight diseases. However, the disease is always easier to prevent than to deal with its consequences. From the point of view of Ayurveda, the main attention should be paid to preventive measures, strengthening immunity naturally, observing a healthy lifestyle and way of thinking, adhering to a balanced diet, applying medicinal herbs to achieve better results.What you'll learn:Get the Ayurvedic interpretation of the..
Dravya Guna (Ayurvedic pharmacology) is one of the basic disciplines describing the main features of medicinal plants and their influence on the human body, which is nothing but the key to correct usage of the herbs and food substances.Learn the canonic characteristics of Indian and Wester medicinal plants as per Ayurveda and start using the herbs in your practice!In the course you will learn:The fundamentals of Dravyaguṇa ŚāstraCanonic descriptions of the basic notions in Ayurvedic herbal thera..
Online course "Dravyaguna. Ayurvedic pharmacology"Get the basic understanding about the main principles of describing Western medicinal herbs from the perspective of Ayurvedic properties, which you will be able to use in your practice.This is what you will know after the course:General introduction to Dravyaguṇa Śāstra;Main principles of describing Western herbs from the perspective of Ayurvedic properties, which you will be able to use in your practice;Sacral descriptions of such terms as “Rasa..
Breathing is not only a natural process but also a powerful innate mechanism for stimulating the body's protection powers and building a reserve of vital forces. A human is able to consciously control the breathing, through which it becomes possible not only to control the emotional status, conquer stress and worries but also to relieve overall muscle tension.Proper abdominal breathing involves all the “floors” of the lungs into the breathing act, increases the oxygen saturation in the blood, in..
This is a short course in which we will get a basic overview of child care with Ayurvedic principles. We will look into the growth and development, nutrition care and also preventive and remedial care for some of the common issues during childhood. The topics will also include the current acute challenges like building healthy immunity and systems of the body, developing good satva for a healthy mind and dealing with childhood infections.
Expert: Yashaswini Bharadwaj
Panchakarma is the unique method because it does not deal with the symptoms of the disease, but is aimed at eliminating the causes of the disease itself. To find and eliminate the cause of any disease, Panchakarma first completely cleanses the body at all levels and then restores the balance of the Doshas.In European culture, Panchakarma is often considered more as an SPA procedure and is taught very superficially. This course is a process of deep immersion in the theory and practice of Kerala P..