Fundamentals of Ayurvedic Living
June 16 @ 9:30 am - 1:30 pm$10.20
Ayurveda evolved as a comprehensive health care system through systematic experimentation. It was done by generating evidence that can be replicated. These evidences have further been expanded and documented in three classical texts of Ayurveda. They are, Charaka Samhita, Susrutha Samhita and Astanga Sangraha. Furthermore, Newer classics were written in the medieval period. These include, Bhavaprakasha, Sharangdhara Samhita and Chakradatta. They have expanded the scope of Ayurveda, emphasising on prevention, management and cure of diseases through dietary and preventive practices. The fundamentals of Ayurvedic Living include Dinacharya (daily health practices to enhance health), Ritucharya (Seasonal practices to maintain good health), Ahara (appropriate food), Vihara (appropriate lifestyle), Viruddha Ahara (incompatible food combinations) and Sada Vritta (Ethical Conduct).
Ayurveda also describes the conducive and non-conducive substances that include diet and medicines. Furthermore, they have been classified them into three major categories – Shamana (palliative), Kopana (aggravating) and Swastha Hita (conducive to health). Ayurveda has also emphasised on three major factors responsible for causation of any illness such as Asatmyendriyartha Samyoga (inappropriate use of senses), Prajnaparadha (committing errors with complete awareness) and Parinama (disharmony with rhythms and cycles of nature); avoidance of which is essential for maintenance of health and prevention of diseases.
Fundamentals of Ayurveda course
Fundamentals of Ayurvedic Living Course conducted at Nadichikitsa will help you learn the basics of this science of nature. After the course you will know how to upkeep your health through various practices. Some of these are Dinacharya (daily health practices to enhance health), Ritucharya (Seasonal practices to maintain good health), Ahara (appropriate food), Vihara (appropriate lifestyle), Viruddha Ahara (incompatible food combinations) and Sada Vritta (Ethical Conduct). Though all this might seem a wholesome lot, it is easy to practice. These practices integrate seamlessly into your daily routine without disturbing your present schedules.
Is this Course for you?
If you are a working professional who eats out often, then this course is for you.
Are you a foodie? Then you need to know what’s good for you and what isn’t! – This course will help you.
Are you a home maker who cooks food for your children and pampers them with your lovely kitchen preparations? – Then this Course is for you.
Do you like to prepare the main course of desserts after meals? – Then you will love this course.
Are you a health freak who wants to keep good health? You will definitely benefit from this course.
As a concerned mom, are you always wondering what’s right for you kids and what isn’t? – You can definitely benefit from here.
Inclusions of the Course
- Fundamentals of Ayurveda Course
- Hands on Training
- Certificate of participation
- Everything else