This course is dedicated to getting you familiar with the basics of Ayurveda, For a fully informative experience kindly await the entire self-care course on our website. The proceedings of what you will learn in this course are as follows:
Introduction to Ayurveda for Self-Care is a course Developed by Age Ayurveda.
Chapter 1 - Fundamentals of Ayurveda
Module 1 - History of Ayurveda
Four Veda, Origin of Ayurveda, Schools of Ayurveda, Important Scripture, Rise & Downfall of Ayurveda during Buddha, Mauryan period, Colonization period. Revival and institutionalization.
Module 2 - Definition and Objective of Ayurveda
Three main fundamental principles of Ayurveda. Eight Speciality branches of Ayurveda.
Module 3 - Definition of Swasthya/ Health
Important Terms and Concepts in Ayurveda.
Why Ayurveda is Important & Relevance in present time.
Chapter 2 - Sharir/Body - Anatomy and Physiology in Ayurveda
Module 4- Three Doshas
Relation of Five Elements and three Doshas- Bioenergy Tridosha- their attributes, location, functions & types causes and signs & symptoms of increase and decrease Vata Pitta Kapha.
Module 5 - Seven Dhatu
Seven tissues & sub tissues - Chief organs, functions, imbalances
Rasa, Rakta, Mamsa, Meda, Asthi, Majja & Sukra.
Module 6 - Three Malas
Three Metabolic wastes - location, functions, imbalances Purisha, Mutra, Sweda.
Module 7 - Oja - Essence of seven tissues - location, functions, imbalances Immunity Disease Resistance.
Module 8 - Body Mind constitution/ Prakruti, 7 Types.
Role of prakruti in prevalence of health problems
Chapter 3 - Unique Ayurvedic Concepts
Module 9 - Three Pillars of Life - Aahar, Nidra, Bramhacharya
Module 10 - Natural Bodily Urges
Chapter 10 - Demonstrations
Module 20 - Self-Massage