Ayurveda Certification Program- Introduction
The Art and Science of Ayurveda.
What does Ayurveda mean? The word Ayurveda means “knowledge of life.” It is an ancient Sanskrit word.
What is Ayurveda? Ayurveda is a healing modality from India. Ayurveda focuses on whole health and human potential. This is one of the world’s first healing systems.
Study Ayurveda. Become an Ayurvedic Herbalist. This is an excellent program for students or practitioners wanting to incorporate Ayurveda into their client care practice. This will give you a whole other set of herbal skills.
This holistic method of treatment for chronic issues includes the mind, body, behavior, and environment. Furthermore, this can be a study of its own or a great addition to your herbal education.
Student Handbook Section- This contains course policies, a reading list, contact information, and other information to assist you through your educational program.
History of Ayurveda.
Ayurveda- What is.
History of Herbalism- Western Perspective.
Herbal Applications and Botany.
Harvesting and Applications.
Therapeutic Plants of Ayurveda.
Herbs in Ayurveda.
How to tell an herb’s quality.
Anatomy and Physiology.
Ayurvedic Perspectives of Anatomy and Physiology.
Concepts of Human Physiology in Ayurveda.
Concepts of Ayurveda.
The Five Elements.
The 10 pairs of Fundamental Qualities.
Individuality and Existence.
Introduction to Ayurveda.
Principles of Ayurveda.
Applications of Ayurveda.
What is your Dosha?
Article on the Doshas and Treatments.
Food/ Herbs for the Doshas.
The Seven Tissues.
Primary and Secondary By-Products.
What are the: Channels of intake of nutrients.
The Mind and Emotions
Seven Step Process
The Five Senses.
Ayurvedic Materia Medica.