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Please note that the long term courses shown in this section are not UK accredited. school of Ayurveda

Highlights of the 12 week fast track Ayurvedic training course :

  • Twelve weeks syllabus compacted in six weeks time
  • 5 hours intensive study every day compared to the regular 3 and half hours per day.
  • Students will receive 180 hours of professional training in Ayurveda
  • Inclusive of 90 hours of practical training.
  • Inhouse boarding and all three meals facility. It is mandatory for the course student to avail accomodation and meals at the institute.
  • Teaching through power-point presentations, practical lessons on live dummy .
  • Accommodation: Single room (Attached toilet/ Bath/ Hot shower/ Fan).
  • ANHC provides with toiletry, bed linen, and towels along with mosquito net for the bed and bottled drinking water.

Venue: Ayurvedic Natural Health Centre - Calangute, Goa, India.

Dates of commencement of the course: We offer regular courses throughout the year subject to the number of students. Please contact us so we can check available dates for your chosen course.

Ayurvedic trainingCourse: Intensive Ashtanga Ayurveda Training Course
Course Contact Hours: 5 hours (300 minutes) per day on all weekdays, except on Sundays
Course duration: 6 weeks
Course Faculty: B.A.M.S-Bachelor in Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery a 5 & = years institutional course in ayurveda.
Venue: Ayurvedic Natural Health Centre-Goa, India. (Calangute)
Course Fee: Tuition: € 1250 Accom: € 450 Meals:€ 400
Total Tariff: € 2100 This tariff includes

  • Transport to and fro the Dabolim airport Goa
  • Accomodation
  • Meals

school of AyurvedaThis tariff does not include

  • Insurance
  • Laundry
  • Flight
  • Sightseeing
  • Internet Facility

Eligibility for the course :

  • An individual who would like to enhance the knowledge of holistic health practice.
  • An individual who would like to incorporate the ayurvedic health service in ones regular healing procedure/practice.
  • An individual who would like to set up a new ayurvedic centre.
  • An individual who would like to learn the wonders of the herbs.
  • An individual who would like to learn the in and outs of Indian Art of healing.
  • An individual who would like to master the art of constitutional analysis of the human body type.

school of AyurvedaGains at the end of the course :

  • Certification at the end of successful completion of the course.
  • The 6 weeks course is a comprehensive programme of learning which provides the learner with the opportunity to acquire health assessment and diagnostic skills of tri-dosha (vata/ pitta/ kapha) type, knowledge of treatments and an ability to appraise their effectiveness in maintaining the health and well being of the individual.
  • The learner will emerge from this programme with an understanding of the scope of their knowledge and skills, and a commitment to taking continued responsibility for self-development as a therapist of the ayurvedic system of healthcare.
  • ANHC envisage this certification to be a platform for further education and practice, which would eventually lead to be a diploma or degree holder of the ayurvedic system and get accredited to the association of ayurvedic practitioners at global ayurvedic bodies.

Training Schedule (subject to change)

  • 9.30 pm to 11.45 am - Theory session
  • 11.45 am to 12.00 noon- Break
  • 12.00 noon to 2.30 pm - Practical session

Ayurvedic trainingPlease note: Faculty for course are subject to change.
Meals:

  • 7.00 am - Light Breakfast
  • 9.00 am - Main Breakfast
  • 12.00 noon - Snacks
  • 1.00 pm - Lunch
  • 6.30 pm - Dinner

Please note: Except for only a single student for the course, the course participants will be live dummy for the practical session.

school of AyurvedaTheory Syllabus For 12 Weeks Course

  • Objectives of ayurveda
  • Definition of health in ayurveda
  • Eight specialities of ayurveda
  • Basic and primordial elements of universe and the human body
  • Three humours (doshas)
  • Daily routine
  • Seasonal routine
  • Dhatus and malas
  • Rasas (6 tastes)
  • Introduction to Prakruti (body constitution)
  • Diet, sleep and sex three pillars of life
  • Natural urges
  • Method of ayurvedic formulations
  • Medicinal use of common herbs and spices
  • Dietics in ayurveda
  • Introduction to panchakarma
  • Vaman - Induced Vomittiing
  • Virechan - Induced Purgation
  • Rasayan therapy - Enhancement of Immunity
  • Vajikaran therapy - Aphrodiasc treatment
  • Dhatusaratva - Nutrition of body tissues

Students receiving their diplomas at the Ayurvedic school.Ayurvedic Beauty (Theory Syllabus)

  • Definition of beauty
  • Body and its appearances
  • Ayurvedic approach to beauty and body maintenance
  • Factors that affect beauty
  • Protection of beauty
  • Complexion
  • Glow
  • Wrinkles
  • Pimples
  • Scar
  • Dark patch
  • Stretch marks
  • Hair packs
  • Professional etiquette
  • Social conducts

Students at the end of their time at the Ayurvedic school.Practical Syllabus For 12 Weeks Course

  • Oil and its types
  • Shiroabhyanga - Head massage
  • Padabhyanga- feet massage
  • Katiabhyanga - Back massage
  • Ayurvedic oil massage
  • Abhyanga
  • Shirodhara
  • Mardan
  • Unmardan
  • Samvahan
  • Powder massage
  • Shirobasti
  • Janu vasti, Hrid vasti, Kati vasti, Manya vasti
  • Netra tarpan
  • Anjan
  • Nasya
  • Rakta mokshan
  • Basti - medicated enema
  • Karnapuran
  • Lep
  • Shirodhara - Decoction
  • Shirodhara - milk
  • Pichu
  • Swedan (steam)
  • Taap swed
  • Ushna taap swed
  • Nadi swed
  • Steam box
  • Leaf Khizi
  • Powder Khizi
  • Sand khizi
  • Navarakizzhi

school of AyurvedaAyurvedic Beauty (Practical Syllabus)

  • Facial
  • Home remedies for beauty problem
  • Skin packs
  • Manicure
  • Pedicure
  • Hair packs

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