Diploma in Ayurveda

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This course is ideal for those who want to gain an in-depth knowledge of Ayurveda and Panchakarma therapies. Upon successful completion of this course, you will have the knowledge to fully understand who you are as a human being, take full control of not only your own health, but that of family and friends. For the more adventurous, the exciting possibility of starting your own practice awaits you, helping others to achieve balance, harmony and well-being. As the course also includes a comprehensive program of Ayurvedic treatment and massage techniques, therapists and alternative practitioners alike can also benefit from the course content and syllabus.

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Diploma Course in Ayurveda & Panchakarma

Course Syllabus

 

Course Duration       –        3 months Approx.

Next Course    –  March 2017.

Language       –      English

Medium / Course Material     –     Course classes will be conducted online at the students leisure, through our built in LMS (Learning Management System) and live online webinars.

Course Tutor – Dr Shamna Prajith (BAMS)

Examinations  – Examinations will take place throughout the duration of the course online via our LMS system  and a final assessment will take place online face – to – face with Dr Shamna.

 

MODULE 1

INTRODUCTION TO AYURVEDA

 

1.0          Introduction

1.1          Unique Features

1.2          Objectives/Aims

1.3          History

1.4          Mythological Origins

1.5          Astanga of Ayurveda

1.6          Fundamental Principles

1.7          The Pancha Mahabhuta Concept

1.8          Properties of Pancha Mahabhuta

 

MODULE 2

TRIDOSHA CONCEPT

 

2.0       Vata, Pitha & Kapha – Tridoshas

2.1          Positons

2.2          Qualities

2.3          Aggravations

2.4          Seasons

2.5          Tastes

2.6          Divisions

2.7          Treatments

2.8          Deha Prakruti

2.9          Physical Characteristics

MODULE 3

DHATUS, MALAS, AGNI & KOSHTA

 

3.0          Concept of Sapta Dhatus

3.1          Formation

3.2          Relations

3.3          Normal Functions

3.4          Concept of Tri-Malas

3.5          Functions: Normal, Aggravated & Diminished

3.6          Concept of Agni

3.7          Types

3.8          Kayagni

3.9          Bhutagni

3.10        Dhatwagni

3.11        States of Agni

3.12        Concept of Koshta

MODULE 4

BASIC CONCEPTS IN CLINICAL DIAGNOSIS

 

4.0          Rogi Pareeksha (Examination of the Patient)

4.1          Presenting Complaints

4.2          History of Individual & Complaints

4.3          Personal History

4.4          Vital Data

4.5          Ashtastana Pareeksha

4.6          Dashavida Pareeksha

4.7          Sroto Pareeksha

4.8          Examinations

4.9          Investigations

4.10        Roga Pareeksha (Diagnosis)

4.11        Patient Case Record

MODULE 5

CONCEPT OF SROTUS, RITU, ROGA.

 

5.0          Srotus (Channels of the Body)

5.1          External & Internal

5.2          Abnormalities of the Channels

5.3          Ritu (Menstrual Cycle)

5.4          Roga (Disease)

5.5          Types

5.6          Causes

5.7          Signs

5.8          Stages

 

MODULE 6

DINA CHARIYA, GANDOOSHA, KARNA POORANAM, RITU CHARIYA

 

6.0          Dina Chariya (Daily Regimen)

6.1          Prataruthana

6.2          Mukha Kshalanam

6.3          Danta Dhawanam

6.4          Jihwa Nirleghanam

6.5          Jala Panam

6.6          Visarjanam

6.6          Gandoosham

6.7          Nasya

6.8          Dhooma Panam

6.9          Abhyanga

6.10        Karna Poorana

6.11        Udwarthana

6.12        Vyayamam

6.13        Kshauram

6.14        Snana

6.15        Anulepa

6.16        Vastra Malya Dharanam

6.17        Anjanam

6.18        Deva Pooja

6.19        Dhyana

6.20        Bhojana Kalam

6.21        Nidra

6.22        Gandoosha (Holding Liquids in the Mouth)

6.23        Medicines Used

6.24        Procedure, Signs, Symptoms & Benefits

6.25        Karnapooranam (Filling of the Ears)

6.26        Ritu Chariya (Seasonal Regimen)

6.27        Aadana Kala (Northern Solstice) & Visarga Kala (Southern Solstice)

6.28        Hemantha & Shishira Rituchariya

6.30        Vasanta Rituchariya

6.31        Greeshma Rituchariya

6.32        Varsha Rituchariya

6.33        Sharath Rituchariya

6.24        Ritusandhi

MODULE 7

VEGAS, UPADHATUS, AMA, MANAS

 

7.0         Vegas (Natural Urges)

7.1          Types of Vegas

7.2          Adharaniya Vegas

7.3          Dharniya Vegas (Retainable Urges)

7.4          Upadhatus (Sub Dhatus)

7.5          Concept of Ama (Toxins)

7.6          General Symptoms

7.7          Characteristics of Sama Doshas

7.8          Importance of Ama

7.9          Concept of Manas (Mind)

7.10                        Atma (Soul)

7.11        Manas (Mind)

7.12        Mano Guna (Qualities of the Mind)

7.13                        Buddhi (Intellect)

7.14        Jnanendriya (Sense Organs)

7.15        Karmendriya (Motor Organs)

MODULE 8

DRAVYA GUNA VIJNAN

 

8.0        Dravya Guna Vijnan (Pharmacology)

8.1          Rasa (The Taste)

8.2          Guna (The Quality)

8.3                          Veerya (Virility/Potency)

8.4          Vipaka (Post Assimilative Effect)

8.5          Prabhava (Characteristic Action)

 

MODULE 9

DRAVYA

 

9.0          Dravya (Individual Herbs)

9.1          Aguru (Akil)

9.2          Nimba (Neem)

9.3          Krishna Nimba (Curry Leaves)

9.4          Manjistha (Rhubarb)

9.5          Maricham (Black Pepper)

9.6          Pippali (Long Pepper)

9.7          Ardrakah (Ginger)

9.8          Haridra (Turmeric)

9.9          Kasturi Haridra (Turmeric for Skin)

9.10        Shatavari (Asperagus)

9.11        Guduchi (Amrut)

9.12        Vasha

9.13        Ananda (Grass)

9.14        Dhattura (Datura)

9.15        Eranda (Castor)

9.16        Kumari (Aloe Vera)

9.17        Arka (Calotropis)

9.18        Bala

9.19        Tila (Sesame)

9.20        Hareetaki

9.21        Vibheetaki

9.22        Amalaki (Gooseberry)

9.23        Mandookaparni (Brahmi)

9.24        Brahmi

9.25        Tulsi (Holy Basil)

MODULE 10

BHAISHAJYA KALPANA

 

10.0           Bhaishajya Kalpana (Medicine Preparation/Pharmaceutical Process)

10.1        Ghrita (Medicated Ghee)

10.2        Taila (Medicated Oil)

10.3                        Kashaya (Kashaya or Decoction)

10.4        Asava & Arista (Medicated Fermented Liquids)

10.5        Choorna (Medicated Powder)

10.6                        Gulika & Vataka (Medicated Pills)

10.7        Avaleha or Lehya (Medicated Linctus or Paste)

 

MODULE 11

DISEASES & MANAGEMENT

 

11.0        Kasa (Cough)

11.1        Management

11.2        Svasa (Asthma)

11.3        Managment

11.4        Vata Sonita (Gout)

11.5        Treatment

11.6        Pathology of the Disease

11.7        Diagnosis

11.8        Kushta (Skin Disease)

11.9        Treatment

11.10     Vata Vyadhi (Diseases of the Nervous System)

11.11     Apatantraka (Tetanus)

11.12     Hanusramsa (Lock Jaw)

11.13     Jihwa Sthambha (Paralysis of Tongue)

11.14     Ardita (Facial Paralysis)

11.15     Siragraha (Deep Vein Thrombosis)

11.16     Pakshaghata (Paralysis)

11.17     Treatments & Management

 

MODULE 12

AYURVEDIC MEDICINES, INGREDIENTS, PROPERTIES & USES

 

12.0        Gritha (Medicated Ghee)

12.1        Tailas (Oils)

12.2        Kashyas (Decoctions)

12.3        Aristas & Asavas

12.4        Churnas (Powders)

12.5        Gulika (Tablets)

12.6        Lehyas/Rasayanas (Jams/Pastes)

 

MODULE 13

AYURVEDA CHIKITSA

 

13.1        Ayurveda Chikitsa (Ayurvedic Treatments)

13.2        Poorvakarma of Panchakarma

13.3        Snehapana (Internal Oleation)

13.4        Abhyanga (External Oleation)

13.5        Shiro Abhyanga (Head Massage)

13.6        Mukhabhyanga (Face Massage)

13.7        Sweda Karma (Sudation Therapy)

13.8        Podi Kizhi (Bolus Bag with Medicated Powder)

13.9        Navarakizhi (Bolus Bag with Medicated Rice)

13.10     Elakizhi (Bolus Bag with Medicinal Leaves)

13.11     Udwarthanam (Massage with Medicated Powder)

13.12     Pizhichil or Kayasekam (Oil Bath)

13.13     Shira Seka (Shirodhara)

13.14     Taila Dhara (Pouring of Medicated Oil Over the Head)

13.15     Ksheera Dhara (Milk)

13.16     Takra Dhara (Buttermilk)

13.17     Kadi Vasti (Lower Back Treatment)

13.18     Janu Vasti (Knee Joint Treatment)

13.19     Greeva Vasti (Cervical Treatment)

13.20     Akshitarpana (Eye Treatment)

MODULE 14

PANCHAKARMA

 

14.1        Panchakarma (Five Detoxification Treatments)

14.2        Vamana (Vomiting / Emesis Therapy)

14.3        Virechana (Purgation)

14.4        Nasya (Nasal Medication)

14.5        Raktamoksha (Blood Purification)


695.00