Foundation Course In Yoga and Ayurveda
Duration: 21 days – 100 Hours
The ancient science of Ayurveda works on bodily aspects such as Dosha (basic body energy), Dhatu (body tissue), and Mala (excretion). Understanding the root cause of select disease and disorders will be studied in this program.
Understanding physical and emotional balance through Ayurvedic treatments.
Workings of internal medicinal lubrication for removal of body toxins by any one or a combination of Ayurvedic procedures. The benefits of Panchakarma will be highlighted.
The course also incorporates a holistic understanding of herbal decoctions, saatvik diet, Ayurveda supplements, massages, and different therapies with medicated oils and ghee.
Research surveys and clinical observations in the context of basic concepts in yoga and Ayurveda. Aspects of Yoga are covered for holistic for healing, detoxification, and rejuvenation through Ayurveda.
Course Fees (Residential)
Course Fees (Online Session)
Due to the Pandemic situation this Residential Foundation Course In Yoga Ayurveda is being offered in ONLINE MODE simultaneously.
Interested students can register
This course is accredited as Certificate Course from Indian Yoga Association (IYA) and the Syllabus is equivalent to Level 2 – (Yoga Wellness Instructor) of Yoga Certification Board (YCB).
Please Note: Even though YCB has recognised Kaivalyadhama as Leading Yoga Institute but as per YCB guidelines registration to YCB is to be done separately by students. If anyone wishes to be certified by YCB then exam has to be taken and paid for separately.
Credits: 5.16 (124 Hrs)
Theory lectures: 45 Credits: 3
Practical Yoga: 51 Credits: 1.7
Project Work: 28 Credits: 0.46
Unit 1. Ayurveda– Concept, origin, historical development as a health Care System.
Unit 2. Concept of Health- Modern perspectives, Yogic and Ayurvedic stand points.
Unit 3. Yoga & Ayurveda– A comparative study.
Unit 4. Practical Yoga
Before you Register
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