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Traditional Ayurvedic Medicine

This course provides an overview of the theory and practices of traditional Ayurvedic medicine, including the Five Element theory (panchabuthas), humoral and structural theories (tridosha & sapla dhatu), constitution (prakriti), daily and seasonal regimens (dinacharya & rutacharya), dietetics, pharmacology (dravyguna), the causes of disease (nidana), diagnostics (pariksha), and the principles of treatment.

As a new student to the practice of Ayurveda, this course will help to bring awareness about one’s own body and innate constitution, bio‐rhythms, nutritional balance, daily and seasonal routines, suitable exercises, and susceptibility to diseases. Students should be aware that the use of Sanskrit language can be overwhelming. We emphasize that understanding the concepts and ideas represented by Ayurveda should be of primary importance, not the language itself.

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Based on 13 Lessons, 13 Quizzes and a Final Exam.

This course provides an overview of the theory and practices of traditional Ayurvedic medicine, including the Five Element theory (panchabuthas), humoral and structural theories (tridosha &
sapla dhatu), constitution (prakriti), daily and seasonal regimens (dinacharya & rutacharya), dietetics, pharmacology (dravyguna), the causes of disease (nidana), diagnostics (pariksha), and
the principles of treatment. People everywhere are realizing the importance and benefits of taking personal responsibility for one’s own well-being, making Ayurveda the perfect holistic
healing system, which not only helps to make one healthy, but also to be spiritually, emotionally, socially – “AWARE” and “CONNECTED” and be in “BALANCE” with oneself, the
world around and the universe itself.

As a new student to the practice of Ayurveda, this course will help to bring awareness about one’s own body and innate constitution, bio-rhythms, nutritional balance, daily and seasonal
routines, suitable exercises, and susceptibility to diseases. Students should be aware that the use of Sanskrit language can be overwhelming. We emphasize that understanding the concepts
and ideas represented by Ayurveda should be of primary importance, not the language itself.

This course is content heavy, and as such attendance is very important to the successful completion of the course. Abstract concepts and ideas represented by Ayurveda may need
patience, diligence and efforts to understand. Before embarking on the course, please make a commitment to develop a better understanding of the science of Ayurveda and yourself.

Credits: 42 classroom hours

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