Ayurveda Training 2018-2019

Training Curriculum

The basic concepts of Ayurved are called Siddhanta. They are the conclusions which are established by ancient scientists (Rishis) after having been tested in several ways and on proving it with reasoning. Sharira is a widely used term in Ayurveda and means human body. Dravia Guna Vidnyana means the active principle of substances. Understanding these terms is the key we need to understand Ayurveda. In our five-part basic training event, we learn and understand the concepts behind. Each event presents special parts of these concepts enriched with tips and behaviors appropriate to the theme and the particular season.

Basic concepts - Siddhanta

  1. Concept of 5 basic elements - Panchamahabhuta siddhanta
  2. Concept of macrocosm & microcosm – Loka purusha samya siddhanta
  3. Concept of cause & effect relationship - Karya karana bhava siddhanta
  4. Concept of six cathegories - Shat padartha siddhanta
  5. Concept of generalisation & differentiation – Samanya vishesha siddhanta
  6. Concept of 3 humors, 7 tissues, 3 waste products – Dosha-dhatu-mala siddhanta

Anatomy & Physiology - Sharira

  1. Concept of Dosha, Dhatu, Mala
  2. Concept of digestive power - Agni
  3. Concept of bowel capacity - Koshta
  4. Concept of digestion - Pachana
  5. Concept of constitution - Prakruti
  6. Concept of body channels - Srotasas
  7. Concept of vital parts - Marma
  8. Concept of soul - Atma
  9. Concept of mind – Mana

Active Principles of Substances -Dravya-Guna Vidnyana

  1. Concept of taste – Rasa
  2. Concept of post digestive change – Vipaka
  3. Concept of potency - Veerya
  4. Concept of specific action - Prabhava
  5. Concept of qualities - Guna
  6. Concept of action - Karma

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