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This course is open for the medical professional, certified fitness or yoga trainers, nutritionist - B.Sc / M.Sc Food & Nutrition, or home science.
English & Hindi
Introduction – Ayurveda
This chapter explains in brief the history and origin of our ancient Ayurveda. It enriches you with all the aspects of Ayurveda, its concepts, how it works, how natural it is and how it differs from modern medicine. Learning about Ayurveda is like learning about your own body and it functions.
Types Of Prakriti – Body Types
The concept of Prakriti and Dosha makes Ayurveda unique from all other medicinal systems. This is the basis on which Ayurveda works and herbs are given. Each body type has a set of characteristics and possible health ailments if aggravated. It explains in detail the three prakritis and their combinations.
Qualities and effects of Tridosha
Tridosha means Vata, Pitta and Kapha. In this chapter we learn about the characteristics and qualities of each prakriti. This also includes all the specific health ailments that can occur in aggravated form of any dosha.
Dinacharya- Daily Regimen
The Sanskrit word Dinacharya is defined as "the daily routine", it helps to establish balance in one's constitution. It also regularizes a person's biological clock, aids digestion, absorption and assimilation and generates discipline. This chapter illustrates each and every detail of the regimen and the reasons behind it
Advantage of Nasya And Abhyanga(Nasal Drop+Oil Massage)
Nasya and Abhyanga are a kind of Panchakarma treatment for body cleansing used in Ayurvedic medicine. It is an age old technique and one must know its correct way of doing, materials used and which time of the day is best for it. These techniques do not require expensive products, in fact they can be done easily at home with basic stuff.
Advantage of exercises
This chapter deals with all types of exercises, their benefits and disadvantages. This also takes into account who all should not perform some specific exercises. There are a lot of things to know about the advantages exercise has to offer especially in terms Ayurveda
Regimen of right conduct(Sadvritta)
Ayurveda describes health as a balance of body, mind, social and spiritual well-being. In order to achieve this, Ayurveda prescribes certain codes of conduct and this is known as Sadvritta. The root ‘Sad’ means good and ‘vritta’ means regimen. Sadvrittas are applicable to people of all age groups, at all times and at all places.
Ritucharya- Seasonal Regimen
Ritucharya is the ancient Ayurvedic practice and consists of two words, “Ritu” which means season and “charya” which means Regimen or discipline. Ritucharya consists of lifestyle and ayurvedic diet routine to cope with the bodily and mental impacts caused by seasonal changes as recommended by Ayurveda.
Ritusandhi- (Inter-seasonal Period)
Time of seven days in the end and commencement of the season is known as ritusandhi. It is a critical period in which the previous regimen should be discontinued gradually and that of the subsequent season should be adopted gradually. Seasons influence on body humour resulting in aggravation, accumulation and pacification
Difference Between Modern Nutrition And Ayurveda Nutrition
This chapter illustrates the benefits, origin, principles used and effects on health of both the Modern Nutrition and Ayurvedic Nutrition. It is interesting and Important to know both sides of the world.
Lifestyles Disorder As Per Ayurveda- Diabetes, Hypertension, Obesity, Dyslipidemia, Hypothyroidism.
Ayurveda deals with all the health ailments according to the tridoshas. It provides basic knowledge and the way to deal with it in a natural way. These are all the very basic health conditions which the major part of the world is dealing with. Knowing a handy natural way to deal with them works great.