Health professional | yoga teacher | therapist
Ayurveda Lifestyle and Diet Consultant
What topics will the course cover?

Module 1
The Fundamentals - Historical/spiritual
  1. Introduction and the uniqueness of Ayurveda.
  2. The six philosophical systems which underpin Ayurveda. The Samkhya system and the formation of the subtle world explanation of the basic concepts. The physical world and the doshas.
  3. Looking at the attributes, the senses and anatomy according to the precepts laid down in Ayurveda.
  4. Mapping the subtle body through Ayurvedic principles of Physiology and anatomy.
  5. Determining your constitution using Ayurveda.
Learning outcomes:
  • Thoroughly conversant with the spiritual and historical background of Ayurveda.
  • Familiarised in Samkhya philosophy.
  • Thoroughly acquainted with the principles of Ayurvedic physiology and anatomy.
  • Able to determine the constitution for yourself and others.
Module 2
Nutrition In Relation To The Doshas
  1. Looking at the concept of taste in Ayurveda.
  2. Outlining the process of digestion in Ayurveda viz a vie western nutrition.
  3. Familiarizing yourself with the 6 tastes, digestive, post- digestive effects of foods and special effects of foods.
  4. Learning about the concept of agni.
  5. Planning a nutritious diet.
  6. Ayurvedic cooking.
  7. Determining states of digestion.
  8. Outlining the disease process according to Ayurvedic principles.
Learning outcomes:
  • Determine foods according to their biological humors.
  • Access the importance of taste in healing and health maintenance.
  • Devise a diet for heath promotion.
  • Utilize western concepts of dietary intervention alongside Ayurveda
  • Learn how to prepare food Ayurvedically.
Module 3
Lifestyle refinement
  1. Looking at the daily routine according to Ayurveda.
  2. Care of the senses.
  3. Using the evening routine for balanced living.
  4. Looking at yoga and the doshas.
  5. Guidelines in pranayama and the doshas.
  6. Meditation techniques and the doshas.
Learning outcomes:
  • Utilize the Ayurvedic perspective into both you and your client's daily routine.
  • You will become familiar with the importance of yoga to Ayurveda and how the doshas relate to practice.
  • You will become informed as to the centrality of meditation to Ayurveda and learn differing techniques to suit the needs of yourself and your clients.
Module 4
Therapeutics & Case Studies
  1. Introduction to using herbs for healing.
  2. Looking at cleansing the body.
  3. Clinical examination and red flags.
  4. Symptoms of aggravated doshas what are they and how to recognize them.
  5. Looking at common ailments in light of lifestyle.
  6. Look at case studies.
Learning outcomes:
  • Able to identify commonly used herbs in Ayurveda and how to use them therapeutically.
  • Use techniques such as fasting to cleanse the body.
  • Recognize when referral is necessary.
  • Interpret when the body is out of balance and define a plan for recovery.
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