KaivalyaDhama

Principles of Ayurveda for Yoga Teachers

Both yoga and ayurveda spring from the common ground of Samkhya philosophy. The goal of both is to eradicate pain and misery. This is an online course on the Principles of Ayurveda, mainly for yoga teachers.

Viewing

100 video lessons, by experienced ayurvedic doctors, structured into sections and chapters.

Exploring

Curated links to explore more information from various sources, and in-course discussions.

Applying

Ten assignments to capture and retain what you have learnt in this online course. 

Course content

100 videos, reading and assignments

  • Navigating this course
  • What we recommend…
  • Before we begin :
  • Glossary of Ayurvedic terms
  • Meet your Teachers
  • History of Ayurveda
  • Lineage of Ayurveda
  • Eight branches of Ayurveda
  • Concept of creation
  • Purusharthas
  • Assignment 1
  • Padartha – definition and components
  • Dravya
  • Guna
  • Karma
  • Samanya, Vishesha
  • Assignment 2
  • Health according to Ayurveda
  • Tridoshas -Vata
  • Tridoshas – Pitta, Kapha.
  • Agni
  • Dhatu
  • Saar
  • Rasa / Rakta / Mansa
  • Meda / Asthi / Majja
  • Shukra / Ojas
  • Mala / Kha-mala
  • Vitiation of Vata
  • Vitiation of Pitta
  • Vitiation of Kapha
  • Assignment 3
  • Traya Upasthamba – 3 pillars
  • Ahara 1
  • Ahara 2
  • Ahara 3
  • Viruddhahara
  • Nidra
  • Shada Rasa
  • Brahmacharya
  • Transformation of Food
  • Food preparation
  • Vipaka
  • Virya
  • Triguna
  • Dinacharya
  • Rutucharya
  • Grishma Varsha Sharad
  • Rutusandhi
  • Natural urges
  • Sadvritta
  • Assignment 4
  • Introduction to Anatomy
  • Ashaya
  • Koshtha
  • Asthi Sharira
  • Peshi Sharira
  • Sandhi Sharira
  • Kala Sharira
  • Marma
  • Strotas 1
  • Strotas 2
  • Strotas 3
  • Strotas 4
  • Saarata 1
  • Saarata 2
  • Assignment 5
  • Shatkriyakal
  • Aam
  • Causes
  • Prognosis
  • Contact with senses
  • Intellectual blasphemy
  • Kala Parinama
  • Assignment 6
  • Examination of patient
  • Eight fold examination
  • Ten fold examination
  • Roga (disease) Pariksha
  • Prakruti Pariksha
  • Nadi (pulse) Pariksha
  • Assignment 7
  • Treatments – 3 types
  • Padachatushtaya – 1
  • Padachatushtaya – 2
  • Administration of Medicine
  • Time of administration
  • On water
  • On milk
  • On buttermilk
  • On ghee
  • Assignment 8
  • Langhana
  • Bruhana
  • Panchakarma Overview
  • Snehana / Swedana – 1
  • Snehana / Swedana – 2
  • Vaman / Virechana
  • Basti
  • Raktamokshana
  • Nasya Dhumapaan
  • Sansarjana Karma
  • Assignment 9
  • Rasayana / Vajikarana – 1
  • Rasayana / Vajikarana – 2
  • Other Therapies
  • Assignment 10
  • Connecting Yoga and Ayurveda
  • The Doshas and Yoga
  • Ayurveda and the Mind

Live Interaction Session by Vaidya Jagadish Bhutada

Vaidya Jagadish Bhutada

Ayurvedacharya (B.A.M.S.) and
Panchakarma Specialist (D.P.C.),
Ayurved Snatak (Gurukul Method)

Dr. Jagdish Bhutada is a highly qualified and experienced Ayurvedic doctor from Pune, now the CAO of Health department & runing the residential Ayurveda Panchkarma with Yoga in Kaivalyadhama, one of the oldest and foremost scientific yoga research institutes in the world. He is also running the Ayurveda Therapy at Kaivlayadham Mumbai and his own clinic at Pune & Mumbai.

Dr. Jagdish finished his studies from Pune University, and later on completed Ayurvedacharya (B.A.M.S.) and Panchakarma Specialist (D.P.C.), Ayurved Snatak (Gurukul method). Over the last twenty years he has worked tirelessly around the world sharing his knowledge and experience in the science of Ayurveda. He has visited most of Europe and Pan-Asia region as a sought-after figure on Ayurveda, giving workshops, lectures, boot camps and short courses in universities, hospitals and among private groups, hundreds of people has benefited from his unique way of not only treating Ayurveda as a prevention on disease base, but aiming more on the holistic approach to a well balanced living. It is blended with Ayurvedic principles, ancient Indian philosophies and his own understanding of life.

Ayurveda Course Teachers

Dr. SACHIN JADHAV – Post graduate, Ayurveda

Dr Sajith

Vaidya (Dr) Sajith Pillai (BAMS) – Practitioner and Ayurvedic consultant

Additional  Learning Track

AYURVEDA COURSE SYLLABUS

Online learning – Concepts, Principles, Applications :
Part 1 – Introduction & History of Ayurveda Maulik sidhant – Fundamental principles of Ayurveda &  Padartha Vigyan Swasthavritta & Yoga
Part 2 – Sharir Rachana & Kriya Vigyan (Anatomy & Physiology) Kayachikitsa – Disease & its manifestation
Part 3 –  Ayurvedic diagnostic methods & techniques Basic knowledge of Local & Panchakarma Therapy
Part 4 – Dravyaguna vigyan- Knowledge of Ayurvedic herbs Bhaishajya Kalpana – Ayurveda Methods of preparation of medicine.
Part 5 – Ayurveda and the Mind.
Part 6 – Interviews and talks with Ayurveda doctors.
Certificate of completion from Kaivalyadhama Lonavala would be awarded

1 year access

Ayurveda theory takes time and its online. So although you can get your certification after studying for a few months, you will have access to the content for 1 year.

If after 1 year you still need access then write to us and we will extend it for a small fee.

International

$249
$ 149 Principles of Ayurveda for Yoga Teachers
  • - Pay in USD by Paypal or card
  • - Instant Access.

Indian

17999
10500 Principles of Ayurveda for Yoga Teachers
  • - Pay in Indian Rupees - card or netbanking.
  • - Access given within 24 hours.

Ayurveda Course reviews :

HOW IT WORKS

We have covered most of your questions here.

Yoga and Ayurveda are sister sciences that have emerged from Samkhya philosophy. The course is just right for Yoga teachers since it brings in ayurvedic awareness into their teaching practice – so they can customize the practices for their students according to their ayurvedic type. If you are not a yoga teacher then it brings in ayurvedic self-care principles and awareness of a disease-free lifestyle. 

Study the theory online through 100 video lessons, read and check curated references online, discuss online with our Ayurveda guides, take notes, and complete assignments(optional for Ayurveda course).

  • Deeper study – full focus on the subject in the privacy of your own home and in your own time.
  • The Fundamental principles of Ayurveda are synergized with the principles of Yoga Therapy to enhance the capabilities of Yoga Teacher.
  • Authentic – designed by the oldest Yoga Institute in the world.

You need to have completed your Graduation and you need a good grasp of English.

Our teachers have been teaching to the thousands of students who have passed out of this course.

Dr. Sachin Jadhav
Post graduate, Ayurveda
Your presenter teacher

Dr. Sachin Jadhav is a post-graduate in Ayurveda. He has his own Ayurvedic clinic and hospital in Maharashtra, India, and has been practicing Ayurveda for the last fifteen years.
The lectures in the course are mostly presented by him. 

Vaidya (Dr) Sajith Pillai  
Practitioner and Ayurvedic consultant (BAMS)
Your Guide

Completed his Bachelors in Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery from Maharashtra University of Health Sciences.  Having good knowledge about Classical Kerala Ayurvedic medicine and Panchkarma, and also holds a certificate in Ashta Vaidyan tradition Kerala Panchkarma from Vaidyaratnam.  

For more information / questions write to us at support@kdham.com

Your feedback is important to us, so before you continue, let us know