200 Hour Ayurveda Practitioner Course
200 Hour Ayurveda Practitioner Course gives unique opportunity to learn traditional Indian health lifestyle, herbal medicine and massage techniques. This course will be excellent supplement for already yoga teachers who wants to learn deeply application of herbs, massages, how to define body constitution, which herbs need to use for the supportive treatment of common health issues.
The Ayurveda Practitioner is specialist in ayurveda that able to manage disease prevention, change lifestyle, perform ayurvedic massage and who knows pathology and disease management according to ayurveda.
What is Ayurveda?
Ayurveda is a worlds oldest medical system and lifestyle concept. In Sanskrit “Ayur” means ”Life” and ”Veda” means ”science”. In spiritual scriptures we can find ayurvedic texts more then 5000 years old. Ayurveda is a science of life and healthy well being. It’s not only cures the diseases but works on prevention, maintenance of physical, mental & social balance. The theory of Ayurveda same as yoga is based on 5 elements (Pancha Mahabhuta), 7 Tissues or (Saptu Dhatu). These theories defines body constitution (dosha) and the way of therapeutic treatment (herbs, massages, diet, asana, pranayama, meditation, mantra). This course will help you to understand the basic of Ayurveda herbal medicine and it’s application in daily life. Ayurveda works not only on physical but on energy body as well. As we know disease appears firstly in energy body then after that in physical body as well. By application of Ayurveda we can prevent development of diseases.
Do not use Ayurvedic medicine to replace conventional care or to postpone seeing a health care provider about a medical problem. Ayurveda can be used and advised before, parallel or after allopatic medicine treatment.
27 days/26 nights
Certificate of Ayurveda Practitioner
122500 INR (1750 USD) in twin shared room, 136600 INR (1950 USD) in private room, 112100 INR (1600 USD) in dormitory, 20100 INR (2900 USD) in family suit.
Discount price till End September 2019: 100 USD (7000 INR).
The Vedansha Insitute of Vedic sciences and alternative medicine is accredited by International Yoga Alliance (USA) and Alternative medical council Colcatta (India) and offers 200 Hour Practitioner Course in Ayurveda
Benefits of 200 Hour Ayurveda Practitioner Course in Rishikesh India
This course opens new ability in career of health and wellness practitioners
Gives deeper understanding of ayurvedic herbology and supportive effects of herbs by treatment of common diseases
If you are yoga teacher this course will be excellent additional tool for your better understanding of clients problems on subtle and physical level
Ayurvedic massage techniques will help to achieve better relaxation and therapeutic effect by common diseases
Aroma therapy will help you to understand the connection of 5 elements with chakra and reach better effect on physical body
Ayurvedic diet concept will help to maintain healthy lifestyle and increase the level of vital energy
200 Hour Ayurveda Practitioner Course is suitable for
Beginners & intermediate students.
For people who can not complete whole 200 Hours course at once.
For people who already learned yoga and want to learn deeper Ayurvedic lifestyle, cooking, massages, Doshas, herbs treatments
What you learn in 200 Hour Ayurveda Practitioner Course
Ayurveda theory & practice
Ayurvedic massage therapy
Concept of herbal Healing of common diseases
Herbs and it’s qualities
Introduction in Panchakarma
Healing Power of Asana and it’s connection with Ayurveda
Yoga & Ayurveda Philosopy
Ayurvedic Nutrition and Cooking
Connection of Meditation and Ayurveda
and get important information about your aura problems (chakra imbalance) Dates in 2018
200 Hour Ayurveda Practitioner Training Schedule in Rishikesh 2019
Starting Dates in April 2019 – 1/04/2019 to 27/04/2019
Starting Dates in May 2019 – 1/05/2019 to 27/05/2019
Starting Dates – 3/06/2019 to 29/06/2019
Starting Dates – 1/07/2019 to 27/07/2019
Starting Dates – 1/08/2019 to 27/08/2019
Starting Dates – 2/09/2019 to 28/09/2019
Starting Dates – 1/10/2019 to 27/10/2019
Starting Dates – 1/11/2019 to 27/11/2019
Starting Dates 2/12/2019 to 28/12/2019
200 Hour Ayurveda Practitioner Training Schedule in Rishikesh 2020
Starting Dates – 1/01/2020 to 27/01/2020
Starting Dates 1/02/2019 to 27/02/2020
Starting Dates 2/03/2020 28/03/2020
Starting Dates 1/04/2020 to 27/04/2020
Starting Dates 1/05/2020 to 27/05/2020
Starting Dates 3/06/2020 29/06/2020
Starting Dates 1/07/2020 to 27/07/2020
Starting Dates – 3/08 to 30/08
Starting Dates – 1/09 to 27/09
Starting Dates 1/10 to 27/10
Starting Dates – 2/11 to 28/11
Starting Dates – 1/12 to 28/12
Certificate of Ayurveda Practitioner
Certificate of attendance.
Theoretical and practical skills.
Mala (string of beads) energised by our Guru Ji Yogachariya Dr. S.K.Pandey, PhD (Yoga & Naturopathy).
26 nights accommodation.
3 times of yogic nutrition, beverages
Yogic cleansing session
T-shirts (1) with symbolic of school.
2 excursions in Himalaya.
1 short aura check up.
2 ayurvedic massages
Accompanying and supporting
during time of staying in the Institute, help provided 24 Hours.
Optional for moderate payment:
Pick up and drop.
Other ayurvedic procedures.
Detox ayurvedic herbal program
Modern automatic Hydrocolontherapy session
Ayurvedic doctor conculatation.
Number of excursions more than mentioned above.
Detailed Aura check-up with providing of written report about Aura statement, disturbances in Aura if they are present, supporting methods and treatment advices of naturopathic specialist (individual plan of asana postures, pranayama, herbs, meditative practice).
Detailed horoscope assessment.
Extra night of accommodation.
Check in : 13:00 pm | Check out:12:00 pm
Time Table of 100 Hour Ayurveda Practitioner Course
06:00 – 06:30 Wake up and cleansing.
06:30 – 07:00 Shatkriya and herbal tea (yogic cleansing with Jala neti (special techniques of nose cleansing), pooja (mantra recitation & fire ceremony purification).
07:00 – 08:30 Asanas practical class Hatha/Ashtanga style (depending on the week schedule): learning the asana postures under the guiding of experienced Yoga teacher.
08:30 – 09:30 Pranayama: breathing exercises.
09:30 – 10:30 Breakfast: special yogic menu.
10:30 – 11:30 Yoga philosophy/ayurveda/teaching methology.
11:30 – 12:30 Ayurveda Theory
13:00 – 14:00 Lunch.
14:00 – 15:00 Free time.
15:00 – 16:00 Ayurveda practice
16:00 – 17:30 Ashtanga Vinyasa/Hatha Yoga (theory & practice): number of physical postures according to study program.
17:30 – 18:30 Yoga Nidra/ guided Meditation: guided relaxation practice, meditation and concentration.
18:30 – 19:30 Dinner.
20:30 – 22:00 Free time.
22:00 – 06:00 Sleep.
Note:- Time table can be changed during to teaching process
Human & Health – ayurvedic and allopatic approaches.
History & Development of Ayuveda.
Introduction of Yoga-Sutra related to Ayurveda.
Tri Dosha Concept (Vata, Pitta, Kapha).
Explanation of Pancha Mahabhuta.
Explanation of Sapta Dhatu – five body elements.
Explanation of Srotas – body channels.
Explanation of Ama – toxins.
Explanation of Prakriti – body constitution.
Explanation of Mala – waste products.
Explanation of Agni – digestive fire.
Explanation of Koshta – nature of digestive tract.
Explanation of Marma – vital points, their role in ayurveda.
Concept of ayurvedic nutrition
Six tastes Rasa , vīrya (potency) and vipāka (post digestive effect)
Effects taste on doṣas, dhātus and malas
Tastes that are nourishing (bṛṁhaṇa) and those that are purifying (laṅghana)
Effect of the tastes and foods on agni and āma
Foods in each major category (Grains, meats, dairy, vegetable, fruits, spices) and their effect on three doṣhas
Spices and their effect on the doṣhas
Fasting and doshas
Liquid, juice, fruits and other diets
Pulse diagnostic in Ayurveda
Dinacharya -daily regimen.
Rituacharya – seasonal regimen.
Roganutpadaniyam – prevention of diseases.
Dravadravyavignaniyam – knowledge of liquids.
Vikṛti Vijñāna (Pathology)
Reasons of srotovaiguṇya (abnormalities in the qualities of the digestive channels)
Reason and sign of sroto duṣṭi (pathological conditions a)
Concept of āvaraṇa (Aggravated doshas or ama blockage) pathology and its signs
Knowledge of vyādhis (disease conditions): Identify vyādhi lakṣaṇas (signs of disease)
Charachteristics of vyādhi avastha (stage of pathology): sāma (with ama) or nirāma (without ama) state of doṣha, dhātu(tissues) and malas(waste)
Knowledge of vyādhi (disease) classification
Santarpaṇa (Diseases due to over nourishment), apatarpaṇa (diseases due to under nourishment)
According to roga mārga (disease pathways): Bāhya (external), ābhyantara (internal), or Madhya (intermediate)
Sāmānyaja (General classification) or nānātmaja (specific classification – by specific doshas)
80 vata conditions, 40 pitta conditions and 20 kapha conditions)
Prognosis: Sukha sādhya (Easily curable), kaṣṭa sādhya (Curable with difficulty), yāpya (Manageable but incurable), or asādhya (incurable)
30 main Ayurvedic Herbs
Herb classification and their energetics based on taste (rasa), potency (vīrya), post-digestive effect (vipāka), quality (guṇa) and unique action (prabhāva)
The actions of herbs (karma)
The counselor is informed of the major actions of an herb.
The effect an herb has on the agni (digestive fire), āma (undigested material), doṣas, and malas (waste)
How to prepare powdered mixtures , Oil , Paste
Knowledge of various preparations of herbs and how they are made including: infusions, decoctions (kaṣāya), fresh juice (svarasa), jam (avalehya/lehyam), medicated ghee (ghṛta), powders (cūrṇa), medicated oils (taila), pills (vaṭi), moist bolus (kalka), and fermented preparations (āsava/ariṣṭa)
Concept of Poorvakarma.
Concept of Pradhanakarma.
Concept of Pashchatkarma.
Beauty care in Ayurveda.
Rasayan therapy – revitalization Technics.
Different types of massage, indications and benefits (Abhyanga (oil massage), Kizhi (bolus massage), Udvartana (powder massage), Kerala massage.
Introduction to Panchakarma. Explanation of purvakarma: Snehana & Swedana.
Explanation of pradhanakarma: Detailed explanation of vamana (emesis therapy).
Explanation of pradhanakarma: Detailed explanation of virachana (purgation therapy).
Explanation of pradhanakarma: Detailed explanation of vasti ( enema therapy).
Explanation of pradhanakarma: Detailed explanation of nasya (nasal cleansing).
Explanation of pashchatkarma: Samsarjana Karma, Rasayanadi Karma, Samana Prayoga.
Disturbances of Doshas and begin of Sickness, development of pathology according to ayurveda.
Common Vata, Pitta, Kapha diseases of respiatory, cardiac, geastointestinal, uro-genital, nerveous, skeletal, blood systems.
Ayurveda Practical Skills
Preparation & using of main herbs, oils, spices in daily life.
Identifying of basic herbs and their healing qualities.
How to choose and make correct nourishment plan for client.
Head treatment in ayurveda shirodara ( thakradhara, ksheeradhara, tailadhara, jaladhara).
Perfomance of Purvakarma: Swedana & Snehana.
Perfomance of pradhanakama: Vamana, virechana, vasti
Nasya therapy with herbs, oils.
Ayurvedic feet massage.
Ayurvedic face massage.
Ayurvedic ear treatment.
Abhyanga – basic principes of body massage.
Thalam – special head treatment.
Different types of Kizhi massage (Elakizhi, Podikizhi, Navarakizhi- Massage with bags of herbal leaves, herbal powders, herbal rice).
How to prepare massage session (room, table, instruments, after massage care and regime etc.).
Performance of pashchatkarma. Specific nourishment regime and life style modification after main treatment.
Performance of Udwarthana powder massage by obesity.
Performance of Kade vasti – local treatment for back pain.
Performance of Greva vasti – local treatment for neck pain.
Performance of Janu vasti – local treatment for knee pain.
Performance of stress relief technics.
Performance of insomnia, antidepression technics.
Performance of antidiabetis Technics.
Performance of technics by menstrual disorders, infertility, menopause.
Performance of technics by some addictive diseases.
Performance of technics by cardio-vascular disorders.
Performance of technics by scin problems
How processing food changes its qualities o How to prepare basic foods such as kichari, ghee and buttermilk
Recommend daily routine
Recommend adjustments to the daily routine based on season
Taste Therapy (diet and herbs)
Touch Therapy (self-massage)
What the chief complaint
origin, duration, progress and factors that aggravate and relieve the symptoms.
Past medical history, including: Illness, injuries, surgeries, hospitalizations
Family history affecting vikṛti (pathological condition) of the client
Social history affecting vikṛti (pathological condition) of the client
Roles of work relationships and home environment affecting vikṛti (pathological condition) of the client
Medications and supplements a client is taking
Any allergies or intolerances the client has to drugs or foods
Client’s nutrition habits
Human Life: Meaning & Aim of Life.
Yoga – Introduction / it‘s origin & development.
Introduction of Patanjali’s Yoga-Sutras.
Limbs of Ashtanga Yoga – Yama, Niyama (social and personal rules and regulations) Asana (physical posture), Pranayama (breathing techniques)
Concept of three bodies and it’s role in yoga practice
Introduction in Karma, Raja Yoga. Meaning, Types, role in yoga
Kosha and it’s role in Meditation & Pranayama
Concept of 5 Koshas
3 Nadis, Ida, Pingala, Sushumna. Their role in practice
Chakras, general concept & role in daily life
Panch-Klesha (Five Causes Of Pain & Miseries) / causes of succsess and failure in Yoga
Earth, Water, Fire element affirmation in sutras
Samkhya Darshan, Vedanta Darshan
Nadis & chakras, general concep
What is Kundalini energy, ways of activation
Kundalini & Chakra
Concept of Gunas
Prakriti & Purusha
Discipline of Yoga student
Obstacles in the path of yoga
Asana in Ashtanga practice
Surya Namaskara Part A and B
Trikonasana Variation 1, 2
Parasarita padouttanasana A,B,C,D
Utitha hasta padangustasana A,B,C,D
Ardha baddha padmotanasana
Urdhva namaskar asana
Urdhva mukha svanasana
Andho Mukha svanasana
Veerbhadra asana I, II
Paschimottasana A, B,C,D
Ardha baddha padma paschimottasana
Triag mukhaiada paschimottasana
Badha konasana A,B,C
Upavistha konasana A,B
Hatha Yoga postures
Backward bending postures
Spinal Twisting Pose:
Standing balancing pose:
Utitha hast pada angusthasana
Forward bending postures:
Pranayama & Mudras
Introduction to Pranayama.
Basic Pranayama Techniques & Benefits (Abdominal breathing, Preparational breathing, Kapalabhati, Nadi Shodana with/without retention, Ujjayi breathing, Bramari, Bhastrika, Shitali, Shitkari, Surya Bheda & Chandra Bheda, Ujja).
The pranic body.
Parana and lifestyle.
Breathe, health and pranayama.
Breathing and life span.
Sitting Positions for Pranayama
Kriyas (Body Cleansing Methods): (Neti, Kapalabhati, Trataka, Shanka Prakshalana)
What is mudra and bandha
What is Ashwini Mudra, its role in energy body
Dyana, Ajali, Prithvi, Varuna, Shakti, Gyana, Chin, Shambhavi, Khechari Mudra, Hansi mudra, Vayu mudra, akash Mudra, Shunya Mudra, Surya mudra, Jalodarnashak mudra, Apan mudra, Pran Mudra, shankh mudra, Apan Vayu Mudra, Ling Mudra, Dhyan Mudra, Lotus Mudra, )
Moola, Uddyana Bandha, Jalandra
.Shatkarma (concept, aim, safety, performance)
Obstacles in Pranayama practice
Standard Meditation Practice (Om Meditation, Trataka, Yoga Nidra, Sound meditation, Mantra meditation, Nadis Meditation, 5 elements meditation, Breath meditation, Hamso meditation, Ajapa/japa, Ida/Pingala spinal rotation, Hridayakasha Dharana, Panchaprana Dharana, Pranava Dhyana)
Visualisation & concentration
Obstacles in meditation
Concept of meditation Step by step
Postures for meditation practice
How to integrate meditation in yoga class?
How to choose object for meditation?
Mantras for healing, before starting the treatment, after the treatment