Ayurveda Training Course in Nepal
The traditional knowledge of Ayurveda required students to sit under a “Guru” to grasp all the minor interpretations and interlocutions of each and every sutra (formulas) of Ayurveda. As such Ayurveda was only accessible to selective few. However, with recent scientific changes in Ayurveda – for the better – the concept of Gurukul is very easily achievable. Nepal Ayurveda Home brings such concept within your threshold with its “Two Weeks Ayurveda Training in Nepal” program. Be a part of this magnificent and auspicious science of Ayurveda.
Ayurveda is a re-formulated and revived the system of medicine that finds itself among the new reformers. As such it has livened, amplified, and one of the most prominent and comprehensive methods of treatment, self-care, and lifestyle management. Ayurveda begins with the basic concept of how to live out your daily life. This conscience effort of managing your daily life creates a “positive psychology” and is thus an effort towards a more spiritual livelihood.
Ayurveda exonerates life as a prime source for salvation in this world and thus instills us with the idea that a positive karma (actions) in this life leads to sukhayu (blissfulness) and hitaayu (wellness). At this “two week Ayurveda training in Nepal” you will learn to look Ayurveda as a holistic approach towards health, blissfulness, and philosophy. Come be a part of such experience exclusively at Nepal Ayurveda Home.
Nepal Ayurveda Home is uniquely situated at Thamel and is the largest Ayurveda center at the heart of the city. As such it is easily accessible but is also far from the daily humdrum and monotony of city life. The place has its own vibrancy and the festivals and Jatras (situated primarily at the heart of Kathmandu) adds to an even deeper experience. Positive mind, relaxed body, and an enlightened spirit what more do you need? Come be part of this unique and once in a lifetime experience exclusively at “Two Week Ayurveda Training in Nepal”.
Highlights of Ayurveda Training Course
- Methods for determination of “Prakriti – health” and “Vikriti – non-health”
- Training on Panchakarma (pre-detox, detox, and post detox)
- Training on Massage (Abhyanga), sand massage, leaf massage, salt massage
- Training on Ayurveda lifestyle
- Training on Ayurvedic yoga, mantras, meditation, and pranayama
- Training on Ayurvedic herbs
- Training on Ayurvedic methods for preparation of various tea
- Training on Chakra healing according to Ayurveda
- Training of spinal care and the Ayurvedic approach
- Training on Ayurveda Relaxation
- Two weeks of accommodation
- Ayurveda beauty training
- Doctor consultation
Training Curriculum of Ayurveda Training Course
Nepal Ayurveda Home is a place for complete Ayurvedic medicine and lifestyle care. Be a part of this Ayurvedic family in a place which you can call your second home.
1. Prakriti and Vikriti
Ayurveda revolves around the concept of duality. The prime duality in the whole of the Ayurvedic text is that of Prakriti and Vikriti. The concept of Nature and Nurture was prevalent in the system of Ayurveda since its conception. Ayurveda believes in the state of perfect health (Prakriti) that is approachable to all and achievable to some (those that practice tenets of Ayurveda as a mantra). At Nepal Ayurveda Home, you will learn to distinguish between what a Prakriti is and what a Vikriti is; the various methods you can employ to get yourself into that state of perfect health.
The Ayurvedic practice of Panchakarma is in a sense a unique practice that employs various aspects Ayurveda in a single packaged form, which serves as a preventative and a therapeutic approach. As such Ayurveda advice a panchakarma detox according to seasons. Leaky Gut Syndrome has been linked to various auto-immune diseases and there is mounting evidence that the Ayurvedic procedure of Panchakarma is beneficial in these auto-immune diseases. A panchakarma training entails you learning about pre-detox (increasing your metabolism), detox (the five procedure to detox – panchakarma), and post-detox (khichari according to body type and season). These are some intense procedures and you can master them exclusively at Nepal Ayurveda Home.
3. Ayurvedic Massage (Abhyanga)
Ayurveda has the concept of Marma which is frequently applied in the process of giving an Ayurvedic massage (abhyanga). These marmas are the energy centers of the body (like Chinese meridians) and you get to learns about marmas and Ayurvedic massage that revolves around them exclusively in “Two Week Ayurveda Training in Nepal”.
Besides, there are various other Ayurveda massage techniques called as pinda (bolus massage) – namely Patra pinda (leaf bolus), Baluka pinda (sand bolus), Shastik Shali (rice bolus), and Salvana pinda (salt bolus). They each have their own therapeutic effects and needs to be employed carefully.
4. Ayurveda Cooking and Ayurveda Lifestyle
Ayurveda is centered in the concepts of tri-dosha (Vata, Pitta, and Kapha). A person can have different proportions of dosha and thus lifestyle can be directed depending on these basics tenets. These tenets build up towards the guide of “Dincharya – daily lifestyle” and “Ayurveda lifestyle”. These then direct towards living a fruitful healthy life. Learn these concepts at Nepal Ayurveda Home and a guide to you towards building your own personal lifestyle.
The worldview on Ayurveda treatment relies on the singular herbs will have multi-modal effects on the body. An herb when combined with other herbs the effects on the body will thus be multi-modal. A medicine depending on how you use it will cause the medicine to have different therapeutic purposes. For example, Triphala can be used as a face wash, as a mouth wash and even as a gut-biome enhancer. Learn about these concepts wholly at Nepal Ayurveda Home.
Spinal Care And The Ayurvedic Approach
The Ayurvedic chakra healing revolves around the use of essential oil and
Spinal Care And The Ayurvedic Approach Course
Combinations of Marma massages with bolus massages, vasti (oil pool), and steam application is very beneficial for localized spinal problems. Good back health is important from numerous reasons – just to give you an example a good back posture (commonly referred to as high power poses) have been shown to lower stress hormones like cortisol and increase beneficial hormones like testosterone. The spine is also considered as one of the chief organs from health in Ayurveda. The spine is considered as a chief site of energy flow (Shushumna) and a healthy spine leads to good health.
Ayurveda Beauty Training Course
Roopam, gunam, vayastyag, iti shubhanga karanam
Beauty is Ayurveda is considered in three terms Roopa – external beauty, guna – internal beauty and Vaysatyag – non-chronological beauty (looking younger). Nepal Ayurveda Home provides training on face packs, face masks, anti-acne packs, and whole body packs (ubatana) influencing these three standards of beauty. Ayurveda thus covers whole spectra of the Panchakosha Sharira (the Physical body, the Energetic body, the Mental body, the Emotional/psychic body, and the Spiritual body).
At Nepal Ayurveda Home you not only get the ways around Ayurvedic retreat and herbalism but also a place where you can receive the most care, lovingness, and attention to details. Our doctors, staffs, and cooks ensure that what you receive is class apart and is of the highest standards.