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Advanced Ayurveda Lifestyle Consultant Course (AALC)

Ayurdhama Ayurveda is a renowned institution dedicated to the study and practice of Ayurveda an ancient Indian system of medicine. Located in India, Ayurdhama Ayurveda School is known for its comprehensive curriculum, experienced faculty, and traditional approach to Ayurvedic education.

Ayurdhama Ayurveda, founded in the year 2008 have been a disciple of the practice of ancient Ayurveda and trying to spread its knowledge in India and the overseas.

Successful in implementing all the necessary keynotes to lead a healthy and positive life, Ayurdhama has also initiated an Advanced Ayurveda Lifestyle Consultant Course ( AALC) that is an inclusive practitioner certification training program for all the Ayurveda enthusiasts. Starting from basics to detailed explanation and demonstration of the varied therapies, everything is taught by the Ayurveda and Yoga experts at our health retreat.

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Benefits of AALC Course

AALC students will have an opportunity to do projects & training at  international & domestic centres.
We also consider AALC students for the position of Ayurvedic Wellness Consultants in various international locations.
A certificate will be provided to you after successful completion of the course.

Advanced Ayurveda Life Consultant Course

Length of Course           : 08 weeks
Medium of Instruction  :  English
Schedule of the Course: 1st of every month
Total Number of Seats  : 08 Seats

Advanced Ayurveda Lifestyle Consultant Course Recommended for:

The course is designed for freshers as well as health practitioners, Kiro practitioners, Yoga person, Aromatherapist, Nurses, Psychiatrist, Fitness instructors and to those who want to deepen their Ayurvedic knowledge for self-practice, self-knowledge and as well as a family health consultant.

Overview:

Comprehensive study on Ayurveda and its practical aspects which are suitable for those who are from health care or wellness sector to become an Ayurveda expert.

Advanced Ayurveda Lifestyle and Consultant (AALC) will cover the complete science in a concise form including basic principles of Ayurveda, Philosophies & theories, Therapies, Panchakarma, Dravyaguna, Prakrithi & Prakrithi Analysis (Body Constitution Analysis), Ayurvedic Diet & Regimen, Ayurvedic way to manage life style disorders, Basic Ayurveda medicines & home remedies; Roga Pareeksha & Rogi Pareeksha.

Daily Schedule:

2 hours Theory + 2 hours Practical over 2 months
Sunday Excluded

Timing of Classes:

Yoga Session: The day starts with free yoga lessons (Complimentary) by 7.30 am to 8.30 am, then students go for the breakfast
Ayurveda Session I:  10.00 am to 12:00 pm
Lunch Break: 12:00 to 1.30 pm
Session II: 1.30 pm to 3.00 pm

Examination:

The examination will consist of two parts :
Theory: will be a one hour written papers.
Practical: Individual practical skills will be tested.

Code of Ethics:

Treating all people in the group with respect.
Modesty and humbleness to be followed at all times during practice.

Course fee:

 ₹2,60,000
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Including Food and Accommodation and Free Study Material

Terms and Conditions:

Certificates will not be issued until completion of all studies, exams and any payments due.
Photography and video during class is strictly prohibited.
Students are provided with new edition of our text book “Ayurdhama Handbook of Ayurveda and other free study materials.

Syllabus of Advanced Ayurveda Lifestyle Consultant Course

Theory Sessions

  1. Introduction to Ayurveda
    1. Definition
    2. Unique features
    3. Aim
    4. Concept of Health
  2. History of Ayurveda
  3. Branches of Ayurveda
  4. Basic principles of Ayurveda
    1. Theory of Creation
    2. Pancha Mahabhuta Concept
    3. Tridosha Concept
    4. Concept of Body – Mind – Soul
    5. Concept of Sapta Dhatu (Body Elements)
    6. Concept of Mala (Waste Products)
    7. Concept of Srotas (Body Channels)
    8. Concept of Agni (Digestive Fire)
    9. Concept of Koshta (Alimentary Tract)
    10. Concept of Prakruti (Body Constitution)
  5. Pulse Diagnosis/Naadi Pareeksha
  6. Preparatory processes of Panchakarma
    1. Snehakarma (oleation treatment)
      1. Internal Oleation
      2. External Oleation
      3. Abhyanga
      4. Padabhyanga (Oleation of the feet)
      5. Shiroabhyanga (Oleation of Head)
    2. Swedakarma (Fomentation treatment)
      1. Tapa Sweda
      2. Upanaha Sweda
      3. Ushma Sweda (Herbal Steam & Bolus Bags)
      4. Drava Sweda (Sudation with liquids)
      5. Anagneya Sweda (Sudation without fire)
      6. Benefits of Sweda (Sudation)
      7. Regimens to be followed
  7. Panchakarma therapy – Various Ayurvedic Treatments Different Panchakarma Treatments
    1. Vamana (Induced Vomiting)
    2. Virechanam (Induced Purgation)
    3. Vasti (Medicated Enema)
    4. Nasya (Nasal Medication)
    5. Raktamoksha (Blood Letting)
  8. Prakruthi analysis
  9. Dinacharya/ Daily regimen
  10. Rutucharya/ Seasonal regimen
  11. Identification of different Medicinal plants
  12. Details study of Ayurveda herbs and its name, qualities and indications.
  13. Different preparations from Ayurvedic herbs.
  14. Concept of Beauty in Ayurveda.
  15. Preparation of different Medicated Ayurveda soaps.
  16. Preparation of different Hair oils.
  17. Preparation of different Hair packs.
  18. Preparation of different Tooth powder
  19. Preparation of different Mouth wash.
  20. Preparation of different Anjana/ Collyrium.
  21. Preparation of different Lepa used in cosmetics.
  22. Marma Vital points of the body and its importance
    1. Identification of Marma.
    2. Classification of Marma.
    3. Importance of different Marma.
    4. Stimulation of different Marma.
    5. Stimulation of Marma in different diseases.
  23. Chavutti Thirumal massage.
  24. Oils used in Chavutti Thirumal Massage.
  25. Treatment of Different diseases
  26. Different Case Studies
  27. Ayurveda Diet.
  28. Ayurveda Cooking.
  29. Introduction to 100 most used Ayurveda Herbs
    • Sanskrit Name, latin name, synonyms, attributes, taste, potency,
    • Post digestive effects, action on doshas and tissues
    • Internal uses, external uses, chemical compositions
    • Research material & commercial medicial preparations
  30. Collection of Herbs
  31. Five types of basic Ayurveda preparations
    • Swarasa (Juice)
    • Kalka (Paste)
    • Kwatha (Decoction)
    • Sheeta (Cold infusion)
    • Phanta (Hot infusion)
  32. Physiology of yoga
  33. Physiology of Pranayama and meditation
  34. The concept of chakras
  35. General yoga
  36. Diet and nutrition
  37. Incompatible food
  38. Lifestyle diseases and its management
  39. Case sheet preparation
  40. Communicable disease, mode of transmission and prevention
  41. Prevention and precaution of lifestyle diseases
  42. Anti – stress management and anti – aging

Practical Sessions

  1. Sarvanga Abhyanga
  2. Shiro Abhyanga
  3. Pizhichil
  4. Elakizhi
  5. Navarakizhi
  6. Muttakizhi
  7. Jambeera Pinda Sweda
  8. Podikizhi
  9. Valuka Sweda
  10. Udwarthanam
  11. Upanaha Sweda
  12. Bashpa Sweda
  13. Nadee Sweda
  14. Sthanika Sweda
  15. Anna Lepa
  16. Kashaya Dhara
  17. Thakra Dhara
  18. Ksheera Dhara
  19. Taila Dhara
  20. Sthanika Dhara
  21. Pichu
  22. Sthanika Pichu
  23. Kati Vasti
  24. Janu Vasti
  25. Greeva Vasti
  26. Hrid Vasti
  27. Shiro Vasti
  28. Shiro Dhara
  29.  Nasya
  30.  Agni Karma
  31. Dhooma Pana
  32. Ksheera Dhooma
  33. Tarpana
  34.  Putapaaka
  35. Pindi
  36. Aschothana
  37. Anjana
  38. Vidalaka
  39. Karna Poorana
  40. Karna Dhoopana
  41. Talam
  42. Jaloukavacharana
  43.  Pracchana
  44. Hijama/ Cupping
  45. Herbal Facial
  46. Marma Vital points on the body
  47. Identification of Marma.
  48. Different methods of Marma Stimulation.
  49. Chavutti Thirumal Massage.
  50. Head Massage
  51. Face Massage
  52. Foot Massage
  53. Eye Exercises
  54. Identification of different Medicinal Plants
  55. Preparations from Ayurvedic herbs.
  56. Preparation of different Ayurveda soaps.
  57. Preparation of different Hair oils.
  58. Preparation of different Hair packs.
  59. Preparation of Medicated oils used in different types of Massages.
  60. Preparation of Tooth powder
  61. Preparation of Mouth wash.
  62. Preparation of Anjana.
  63. Preparation of different Lepa.
  64. Preparation of Ayurveda cooking acc. to Dosha and Disease.
  65. Preparation of different Ayurveda food recipies.
  66. Vata, Pitta, Kapha pacifying diet & food items.
  67. Seasonal food preparations.
  68. Kansa Vatki Massage.
  69. Stimulation through Kansa Vatki.
  70. Preparation of Herbal Ayurveda Oils
  71. Preparation of Herbal Ayurveda Ghee
  72. Churna (powder)
  73. Arka (distillation)
  74. Sandhana kalpana (alcoholic preparations)
  75. Sneha and taila kalpana (medicated ghee and oil preparation)
  76. Vasti kalpana (preparation of enema medicine)
  77. Visha dravya Shodhana (poison purification)
  78. Avalehya (confectionary preparation)
  79. Vati (tablets)
  80. Netra, Mukha, nasika and dhumapana kalpana
  81. Takra and gritha from milk (Medical purpose)
  82. Therapeutic yoga
  83. Naturopathy
  84. Fasting
  85. Hydrotherapy
  86. Mud therapy
  87. Heliotherapy
  88. Acupressure
  89. Chromo therapy

Facilities Provided with the Accommodation:

Spacious and air conditioned rooms with attached bathroom
24 hour free Wi-Fi facility
24 hr Hot-Cold Water
Refrigerator
Television with all international channels
International power sockets
Full-length wardrobe
Tea Kettle
Hair dryer
Self cooking facility
Pick up and drop to the Airport (on Request)
Laundry (on Request)
Round the clock medical attention
Herbal water or mineral water
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Reservation & Payment:

We are committed to keep up the quality of our training programs and we take only limited number of students each month. So we advice students to reserve their seat well in advance.
To secure reservation in the program, 50% of the total course fees should be paid in advance.
The advance fee deposit will be deducted from the total course fee and the balance must be paid on the first day of the training program.
Student can also make full payment in advance for reserve the seat.

Refund Policy:

No Refund: No refund as cash back,  but you can reschedule your reserved program with our consent.
Transferability: In case if you are unable to join the above course, any of your friend or your referral person can attend the same program.
Validity: Reservation is valid up to 2 years from the date of confirmation of  reservation/payment

SPECIAL PRICE FOR GROUP REGISTRATION

We offer 10% discount on course fee for registrations of 5 or more persons in a team. For further details and queries write us to ayurdhama4you@gmail.com

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