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Ayurveda Academic Courses

Ayurvedic studies at Ayuskama have shaped up the careers of many successful Ayurvedic professionals and students around the world; we offer different types of courses from basics of Ayurveda to advanced practical programs for Ayurvedic practitioners. Our Professional courses are designed according to guidelines given by W.H.O and Ayush, the central body which is controlling and standardizing ayurvedic practice. Ayuskama set high standards and benchmarks for training in ayurveda and includes extensive theoretical classes’ and practical training.

 

Ayurveda for Beginners (1 month)

Duration: 1 Month
Course Availability: Any time of the year at the convenience of the student.
Eligibility: No prior Ayurvedic knowledge required.
Tuition fees: 25000 INR.

Part 1: Theoretical Sessions

  1. Introduction to Ayurveda
    Definition
    Unique features
    Aim
    Concept of Health
  2. History and Philosophy of Ayurveda
  3. Branches of Ayurveda
  4. Basic principles of Yoga
    •    Pancha Mahabhuta Concept
    •    Tridosha Concept( vata, pitta. Kapha)
    •    Concept of Sapta Dhatu (Body Elements)
    •    Concept of Mala (Waste Products)
    •    Concept of Srotas (Body Channels)
    •    Concept of Agni (Digestive Fire)
    •    Concept of Koshta (Alimentary Tract)
    •    Concept of Prakruti (Body Constitution and its Analysis)
    •    Concept of Vikruti
    •    Concept of Ama (MetabolicToxins)
  5. Preventive medicine & health preservation
  6. Basic concepts of Ayurveda Nutrition in preventive medicine
  7. A basic introduction to authentic panchakarma( just a brief introduction)
  8. Commonly used oils & products
     

PART : 2 Practical Sessions

  1. Abhyanga (Ayurvedic Body Massage)
  2. Elakizhi (Bolus Bag Massage with Medicinal Leaves)
  3. Podikizhi (Bolus Bag Massage with Medicinal Powders)
  4. Navarakizhi (Bolus Bag Massage with Medicated Rice& milk)
  5. Shirodhara (Oil Treatment for the Head)
  6. Thakra Dhara
  7. Ksheeradhara
  8. Herbal Steam Bath
  9. Ayurvedic Feet Massage
  10. Shiro Abhyanga (Traditional Indian Head Massage)
  11. Ayurvedic Face Massage.

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Ayurveda therapist (3 months) (Level 1)

Duration:  3 months
Tuition Fees: 65000 INR

Part 1 : Theory Sessions

  1. Introduction to Ayurveda
    Definition
    Unique features
    Aim
    Concept of Health
  2. History of Ayurveda
  3. Branches of Ayurveda
  4. Philosophy  of Ayurveda
     
  5. Basic principles of Ayurveda
    • Theory of Creation-Samkhya darshan
    • Pancha Mahabhuta Concept
    • Tridosha Concept
    • Concept of Body - Mind - Soul
    • Concept of Sapta Dhatu (Body Elements)
    • Concept of Mala (Waste Products)
    • Concept of Strotas (Body Channels)
    • Concept of Agni (Digestive Fire)
    • Concept of Koshta (Alimentary Tract)
    • Concept of Prakruti (Body Constitution and analysis)
    • Concept of Vikruti
    • Natural and unnatural Vikruti
    • Concept of rog marga (Pathways of disease)
    • How diseases become chronic?
  6. Preventive medicine and Ayurvedic regimens
  7. Concept of disease in Ayurveda
  8. Basic introduction to diagnosis and methods of diagnosis
  9. History taking an art of making diagnosis
  10. PHYSICAL EXAMINATION AND INTRODUCTION OF PULSE DIAGNOSIS
  11. HOW TO MAKE AN AYURVEDIC CONSULTATION?
  12. STUDY OF 10 COMMON DISEASES
    (causes, symptoms, treatment / hetu, linga, oushadh)
    OBESITY
    DIABETES
    HYPERTENSION
     ARTHIRITIS
     ECZEMA
     PSORIASIS
     INSOMNIA
     COMMON DIGESTIVE PROBLEMS
      COMMON  RESPIRATORY PROBLEMS
      LOWER BACK ACHE
  13. CONCEPT OF AYURVEDIC TREATMENT
  14. PANCHAKARMA
    PREPARATORY METHODS(PURVA KARMA)
    MAIN COURSE (PRADHAN KARMA)
    VAMANA
    VIRECHANA
    VASTI
    NASYA
    RAKTAMOKSHA
    PASCHAT KARMA(AFTER CARE)
  15. 16. CONCEPT OF AYURVEDA NUTRITION & COOKING         
    •    Basic principles of Ayurvedic dietetics
    •    Preparation of different kinds of healthy recopies according to Ayurveda
    •    Herbs & spices used in Ayurveda cooking
    •    Home remedies with Ayurveda herbs & spices.
    •    Preparations of food for Sansarjan Karma (post-Panchakarma food management)
    •    Ayurveda Nutrition & diet management for different disease.
    •    Diet & nutrition according to your body constitution & dosha Imbalance.
  16. MARMA POINTS
    •    Know about marma (107 Vital points ) of human body
    •    Practical session of marma therapy
  17. 18. STRESS MANAGEMENT ACCORDING TO AYURVEDA
    • Stress and Ayurveda
    • Ayurveda cure For stress
    • Internal medicines for Stress
    • Change in Life Style to control Stress
    • Stress Relief (Therapy Shirodhara & massage )
    • Various oils for shirodhara & massage
    • Meditation & Yoga techniques
  18. 19. PREPARATION OF AYURVEDIC OILS
    • Basic principles of Ayurvedic pharmacology
    • Related Indian herbs & spices.
    • Panchavidha Kasaya Kalpana 
    • Preparation of herbal oils & ghee
    • Preparations of herbal decoctions
  19. STUDY OF 30 COMMON AYURVEDIC PLANTS
  20. AYURVEDA BEAUTY THERAPIES
    The Ayurvedic Approach to Beauty
    Ayurvedic routine for maintaining beauty
    Identification of Skin types
    Identification of Hair types
    Scalp & Hair Treatments
  21. Yoga as a therapy in Ayurveda
    Basics of Yoga philosophy
    The integrated approach  of Yoga therapy
    Yoga therapy according to disease
    Yoga therapy according to body constitution
  22. Commonly used medicinal oils & products

Practical Sessions:

  1. Abhyanga & Body Massage
  2. Pizhichil (Sarvanga Dhara)
  3. Nadee sweda
  4. Bashpasweda
  5. Choornapinda sweda (Choornakkizhi)
  6. Patra pinda sweda (Ilakkizhi)
  7. Shashtikasali pinda sweda(Navarakkizhi)
  8. Shashtikasalee Alepa (Annalepa)
  9. Valookasweda
  10. Upanahasweda
  11. Avagahasweda
  12. Pichu-local
  13. Vasthy-local
  14. Dhara-local
  15. Vamana
  16. Virechana
  17. Shirovasthy
  18. Shirodhara
  19. Takradhara
  20. Ksheeradhara
  21. Thalam
  22. Snehapana
  23. Akshitarpana
  24. Pindi & Vidalaka
  25. Netraprakshalana
  26. Eye exercise
  27. Annalepana for eye
  28. Aschotan anjan
  29. Dhoomapana
  30. Karnapoorana
  31. Karnadhoopana
  32. Matravasthy
  33. Anuvasanavasthy
  34. Kashayavasthy
  35. Sarvanga kashaya parisheka
  36. Aalepa
  37. Netradhara
  38. Netra parisheka
  39. Nasya

*Student have to write and submit a paper of minimum 50 pages at the end of the course

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Ayurveda Practitioner program (Level 2)  5 ½ months

Duration: 5 ½ months
Eligibility: Acceptable applicants for this type of training must have completed high school or pre-university education, or equivalent.
Tuition Fees: 120,000 INR

This training programme enables the trainees to understand the fundamental principles of  Ayurveda and panchakarma therapy and to become panchakarma therapists. The programme requires at least 800 hours of self study, lectures will be for 200 hours. The core syllabus gives the trainee the knowledge of  Panchakarma treatments, Ayurvedic Deitics, Yoga therapy under Ayurveda, stress management and beauty care, 50 common Ayurvedic herbs and supplements and the ability to carry out pre panchakarma therapy for rejuvenation and disease prevention.

Theory Sessions :

  1. INTRODUCTION TO AYURVEDA
    • Definition
    • Unique features
    • Aim
    • Concept of Health
  2. HISTORY OF AYURVEDA
  3. BRANCHES OF AYURVEDA
  4. PHILOSOPHY OF AYURVEDA
  5. BASIC PRINCIPLES OF AYURVEDA
    • Theory of Creation-Samkhya darshan
    • Pancha Mahabhuta Concept
    • Tridosha Concept
    • Concept of Body - Mind - Soul
    • Concept of Sapta Dhatu (Body Elements)
    • Concept of Mala (Waste Products)
    • Concept of Strotas (Body Channels)
    • Concept of Agni (Digestive Fire)
    • Concept of Koshta (Alimentary Tract)
    • Concept of Prakruti (Body Constitution and analysis)
    • Concept of Vikruti
    • Natural and unnatural Vikruti
    • Concept of rog marga (Pathways of disease)
    • How diseases become chronic?
  6. PREVENTITIVE MEDICINE and Ayurvedic regimens
  7. CONCEPT OF DISEASE IN AYURVEDA
  8. BASIC INTRODUCTION TO DIAGNOSIS AND DIAGNOSTIC METHODS
  9. HISTORY TAKING AN ART OF MAKING DIAGNOSIS
  10. PHYSICAL EXAMINATION AND INTRODUCTION OF PULSE DIAGNOSIS
  11. HOW TO MAKE AN AYURVEDIC CONSULTATION?
  12. STUDY OF 15 COMMON DISEASES  (causes, symptoms, treatment/ hetu,linga/,oushadh)
     OBESITY
     DIABETES
     HYPERTENSION
     ARTHIRITIS
     ECZEMA
     PSORIASIS
     INSOMNIA
     COMMON DIGESTIVE PROBLEMS
     COMMON  RESPIRATORY PROBLEMS
     LOWER BACK ACHE
     ASTHAMA
     ALLERGY
     SINUSITIS
     GOUT
     MENOPAUSE AND OTHER COMMON MENSTURAL DISORDERS
  13. 14. PANCHAKARMA
     Introduction to Panchakarma
     Basic concepts of Panchakarma
     Importance of Panchakarma therapy
     Snehana karma, its indications and contraindications
     Svedana karma, its indications and contraindications
     Vamana karma, its indications and contraindications
     Virechana karma, its indications and contraindications
     Anuvasana karma, its indications and contraindications
     Asthapana karma, its indications and contraindications
     Sirovirechana karma, its indications and contraindications
     Raktamokshana, its indications and contraindications (only theory)
     Shirodhara, Shirovasti, Pindasveda, Annalepa, Kayaseka and Shirolepa.
     Samsarjana karma (post-operative management)
     Preparation of diet articles and materials used in panchakarma procedures
    16.  CONCEPT OF AYURVEDA NUTRITION & COOKING
    Basic principles of Ayurvedic dietetics
    Preparation of different kinds of healthy recopies according to Ayurveda
    Herbs & spices used in Ayurveda cooking
    Home remedies with Ayurveda herbs & spices.
    Preparations of food for Sansarjan Karma (post-Panchakarma food management)
    Ayurveda Nutrition & diet management for different disease.
    Diet & nutrition according to your body constitution & dosha Imbalance.
  14. 17. MARMA POINTS
    Know about marma (107 Vital points ) of human body
    Practical session of marma therapy
  15. 18. STRESS MANAGEMENT ACCORDING TO AYURVEDA
    Stress and Ayurveda
     Ayurveda cure For stress
    Internal medicines for Stress
    Change in Life Style to control Stress
    Stress Relief (Therapy Shirodhara & massage )
    Various oils for shirodhara & massage
    Meditation & Yoga techniques
  16. 19. PREPARATION OF AYURVEDIC OILS
    Basic principles of Ayurvedic pharmacology
    Related Indian herbs & spices.
    Panchavidha Kasaya Kalpana 
    Preparation of herbal oils & ghee
    Preparations of herbal decoctions
  17. STUDY OF 50 COMMON AYURVEDIC PLANTS
  18. 21. AYURVEDA BEAUTY THERAPIES
    The Ayurvedic Approach to Beauty
    Ayurvedic routine for maintaining beauty
     Identification of Skin types
  19. YOGA AS A THERAPY IN AYURVEDA
    Basics of Yoga philosophy
    The integrated approach  of Yoga therapy
    Yoga therapy according to disease
    Yoga therapy according to body constitution
    Shat Karma
  20. COMMONLY USED MEDICINES OILS AND PRODUCTS
     

Practical Sessions

1) Abhyanga & Body Massage
2) Pizhichil (Sarvanga Dhara)
3) Nadee sweda
4) Bashpasweda
5) Choornapinda sweda (Choornakkizhi)
6) Patra pinda sweda (Ilakkizhi)
7) Shashtikasali pinda sweda(Navarakkizhi)
8) Shashtikasalee Alepa (Annalepa)
9) Valookasweda
10) Upanahasweda
11) Avagahasweda
12) Pichu-local
13) Vasthy-local
14) Dhara-local
15) Vamana
16) Virechana
17) Shirovasthy
18) Shirodhara
19) Takradhara
20) Ksheeradhara
21) Thalam
22) Snehapana
23) Akshitarpana
24) Pindi & Vidalaka
25) Netraprakshalana
26) Eye exercise
27) Annalepana for eye
28) Aschotan anjan
29) Dhoomapana
30) Karnapoorana
31) Karnadhoopana
32) Matravasthy
33) Anuvasanavasthy
34) Kashayavasthy
35) Sarvanga kashaya parisheka
36) Aalepa
37) Netradhara
38) Netra parisheka
39) Nasya

*Student have to write and submit  2 paperS of minimum 50 pages at the end of the course

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Ayurvedic Practitioner Program (Level 3) 2500 hrs

Course duration: 1 to 2 years (Gurukula program)
Eligibility:  Students those who have done 3 months diploma course are eligible to take admission in this course. Students those who have not done 3 months diploma course, they can apply for admission by taking an entrance exam and personal interview with Dr. Arun Sharma
*Personal interview can be done online via Skype or phone calling.

Tution fees:  3,00,000 INR.

Objective: The aim of Ayurvedic Practitioner program is to establish, fulfill the requirements in all those students those who want to practice Ayurveda as primary  -  contact health care providers, either independently or as a member of health care system. This program may be full time or part time with at least 2500 hrs.

Core syllabus is divided in to 3 main parts :

1.Components of Fundamental principles of Ayurveda Including Hisotry and Indian Philosophies

  • History and Philosophy of Ayurveda - 25 hours
  • Sanskrit & Ayurveda Terminology - 100 hours
  • Padartha Vigyana (Ayurvedic philosophy) - 100 hours
  • Rachna Sharira (anatomy) - 300 hours
  • Kriya Sharira ( physiology) - 300 hours

Total: 825 hours

2. Para/Pre-clinical components of Ayurveda

  • Rasa Shastra avam Bhaisajya Kalpana (Pharmaceuticals in Ayurveda) - 250 hours
  • Dravyaguna (Materia Medica in Ayurveda) - 250 hours
  • Agadtantra, (Toxicology) - 50 hours
  • Vikriti Vijnana (Pathology) - 200 hours
  • Svasthavritta & Yoga (Personal and social hygiene including dietetics) - 150 hours

Total: 900 hours

3. Clinical components of Ayurveda

  1. Kaya Chikitsa (General Medicine including Panchakarma, Rasayana and Vajikarana) - 600 hours
  2. Prasuti tantra avam Stri roga (Gynaecology and Menstural disorders) - 100 hours
  3. Kaumara bhritya (Paediatrics)  - 50 hours
  4. Medical Ethics & Health Regulations related to Traditional Medicine - 25 hours

Total:  775 hours

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Customized programs for Doctors and Practitioners

If you are looking for a specific course, which is not part of our regular programs, you can ask us and we can customize it and can design a specific program suitable for your needs.  Ayurveda is based on the concept of uniqueness, individuality and personalization. In order to provide you with the most effective ayurvedic education, we customize and tailor our programs specifically for health professionals like Ayurvedic and allopathic doctors, Physiotherapists, Psychologists and occupational therapists and Naturopaths.

Customized Courses in your City

If it is difficult for you to travel and organize a trip to India to study Ayurveda, we will bring Ayurveda to you In Your city. Keeping with our mission to bring authentic Ayurveda education and knowledge to every home, we will work with you to set up an educational program in Your City. We have already conducted successfully Ayurveda courses at St Peters burgh Russia in the year 2012-2013

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