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Ayurveda online course

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You can sign up for the course until 21 november
What is the best way to learn Ayurveda?
You can sign up for the course until 21 november
What is the best way to learn Ayurveda?
Online at any place

Real-time live streaming

Course dates: from October 2020 to May 2021 - on weekends, once a month

About the course
Ayurveda plus yoga - the path to a conscious life
– The motto of the course
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Andrey Verba
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Founder of the Ayurveda+ school

«Perhaps you've seen other offers about Ayurveda massage training online or come across other Ayurveda courses in India. In our unique course, we offer our Ayurveda training online in English, Ayurveda training in India and the opportunity to obtain a diploma that meets international standards.

I hope our meeting on this site wasn't accidental and that you learn about Ayurveda as a science of a noble and harmonious life, by creating harmony inside yourself and surrounds, you can share it with other people. This will make the world around you better».

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Welcome to the website ayurveda.plus!

If we compare Ayurveda and traditional medicine, we can observe that traditional medicine cures the problem mainly, and Ayurveda finds the cause of the disease and eliminates it, maintaining overall health. There are no magical rituals in Ayurvedic procedures. Massage and oil, daily routines and proper nutrition have a beneficial effect on the vital functions of the body as a whole. I have tried many traditional Ayurvedic methods and procedures on myself and I will notice that the body, thanks to them, receives additional energy and strength.

Our courses allow you to undergo Ayurveda training online from any country in the world. All classes are broadcast live, and upon completion, you can watch the recording class several more times to consolidate knowledge. The uniqueness of our courses is that studies are combined online and further, if desired, in India, where you can confirm your qualifications in an authentic Ayurveda training center. Particular attention in our course is given to such a procedure as Ayurvedic massage.

I hope our meeting on this site was not accidental, and you can learn about Ayurveda as a science of a noble and harmonious life, and by creating harmony within yourself and in the surrounding space, you can share it with other people. Because of this the world around you will become better.

See you on the course!

Founder of the Ayurveda+ school,
Andrey Verba

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Let's learn ayurveda

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Ayurveda is an ancient science that has stood the test of time due to its universality and principles that make it possible to define it as a unique and complete "science of life".
Ayurveda is an ancient science that has stood the test of time due to its universality and principles that make it possible to define it as a unique and complete "science of life".

Ayurveda is not just a system of maintaining health, but also a holistic worldview that reflects the deep connection of Nature and human existence. For millennia, the basic principles of Ayurveda have not changed, since they were originally derived from the universal laws of nature where we as humans take part. And therefore, it remains as modern as possible and becomes popular due to the knowledge about how to be healthy, live in harmony with Nature and develop spiritually.

This course is for those who want to immerse themselves deep into the study of traditional Ayurveda and learn how to practically use this knowledge in life. We believe this course will be applicable to anyone with a desire to understand the basics of the functioning of our body and how to maintain it in harmony - no prior medical education is necessary.

How to become certified in Ayurveda?

We invite everyone who has higher, incomplete higher, secondary, secondary special education, as well as instructors with experience in conducting yoga classes to study. Admission to the course is carried out after passing an interview by prior arrangement.

After training and successful passing of exams you will be issued a diploma of the established form of "Ayurveda Consultant". This document can be further used by you for consultations, conducting Ayurvedic massage sessions, making recommendations on changing nutrition and cleansing procedures of Ayurveda.

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How to self study ayurveda at home?

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The first year of study will be focused on learning the basic concepts of Ayurveda, which include; the introduction to traditional Indian medicine, study of ancient scriptures devoted to the principles of longevity and methods for overall health improvement.
The first year of study will be focused on learning the basic concepts of Ayurveda, which include; the introduction to traditional Indian medicine, study of ancient scriptures devoted to the principles of longevity and methods for overall health improvement.
Introduction to Ayurveda

Part 1

Ayurveda and modern medicine. Ayurvedic philosophy, the main sources are Samhites and Sanskrit.

Prakriti and Doshas

Part 2

The first elements and characteristics of the material world. General characteristics of doshas. Vata, pitta and kapha dosha. Subdosha.

Dravyaguna

Part 3

Dravyaguna - the use of herbs and spices for healing. Tastes and their effect on doshas.

Types of body constitution

Part 4

Individual constitution. Methods for determining Prakriti. The concept of mental constitution in Ayurveda.

Body structure

Part 5

Fundamentals of body structure in Ayurvedic medicine. Tissues and their interaction. Digestion and the concept of agni.

Ayurvedic Pharmacology

Part 6

Specific Dravyaguna. Properties of food and medicinal substances. General issues of Ayurvedic pharmacology.

Ayurveda and lifestyle

Part 7

Health in Ayurveda. Daily recommendations. The rules of eating. Seasonal and age recommendations. Rasayana.

Diagnosis and treatment

Part 8

The basics of therapy. Imbalance of doshas, disease diagnosis. Principles and methods of treatment. Types of treatment therapy.

Panchakarma

Part 9

Introduction to Panchakarma. Basic concepts, meaning, types of procedures and effects of exposure. Indications and contraindications.

Massage

Part 10

Directions for the use of Ayurvedic massage. Training. Basic techniques and rules for the implementation of Ayurvedic massage. Selection of therapeutic oils for Ayurvedic massage. Types of Ayurvedic massage. Marma massage.

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Ayurveda certification course

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2020–2021 study year
2020–2021 study year

The course is based on Ayurvedic primary sources translated from Sanskrit and corresponds to basic knowledge about Ayurveda. After completing the course, you will be able to independently determine the individual constitution, learn the principles of diagnosis and symptoms of the main pathological conditions, get acquainted with a wide range of Ayurvedic medicines and learn how to correctly apply them in life. Particular attention will be paid to the system of purification, rejuvenation and longevity - panchakarma.

The program consists of lecture and practical classes: 200 academic hours. The course runs for 7.5 months - from October to May, on weekends - Saturday and Sunday once a month and online classes on weekends.

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During this course, you will expand your ability to master Ayurvedic philosophy and Vedic knowledge. You can effectively help people in the correction of their well-being. Get the opportunity to work as an Ayurveda consultant and master of Ayurvedic massage.

This knowledge you can use as a professional activity of a consultant, as well as to heal yourself and your family and friends, you can use Ayurveda in multifaceted ways. After the first year of study, you can continue your education and, having passed the exam at an authentic center in India, get an international diploma in English.

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Yoga & ayurveda

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How are they interconnected?
How are they interconnected?

This may be surprising, but ancient texts tell us that yoga and Ayurveda are complementary systems. In yoga, a lot of attention is paid to austerities, Ayurveda also draws our attention to deep relaxation.

Thus, the connection between yoga and Ayurveda becomes obvious to everyone who strives for harmonious evolution. Studying both of these sciences can help us find the golden mean of our path.

Yoga and Ayurveda making a big influence to health and go hand in hand, complementing each other. Our contemporaries may wonder - what came first yoga or Ayurveda? However, answering it with accuracy without the help of deep meditation, samadhi, won't work. Therefore, it would be hard without a yoga technique in self-development.

"Ayurveda should be studied by the brahmanas - to benefit all living beings, rulers - to protect themselves and their people, merchant people - to achieve prosperity".

Charaka Samhita

1500 BC e. (word of mouth)

"A person striving for a long life, who must ensure the achievement of four goals: dharma, artha, kama and moksha, must turn to Ayurveda with deep faith".

Ashtanga-hridayam-samhita

VII century AD e.

"Ayurveda is a teaching that makes known what life is, as well as substances, their qualities and actions that promote longevity or hinder it".

Charaka Samhita

The final written edition was formed by 150 BC. e.

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Ayurveda, India and sanskrit

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Ayurvedic knowledge has come down to us in the form of sources written in Sanskrit. Like medicine and the philosophy of Ayurveda has an extensive terminology and therefore, to study Ayurveda, it is extremely necessary to know its terms and fully understand them.
Ayurvedic knowledge has come down to us in the form of sources written in Sanskrit. Like medicine and the philosophy of Ayurveda has an extensive terminology and therefore, to study Ayurveda, it is extremely necessary to know its terms and fully understand them.
Doshas
दोष /doṣa – three subtle substances of the body, principles that are formed from the five primary elements of the material world. Vata (wind / movement), Pitta (fire / transformation), Kapha (mucus / accumulation). All three doshas are in the body, but in different proportions. Dosha means something that causes distortion or damage to something. In this sense, the imbalance of doshas causes imbalance in a healthy state of the body and leads to illness. While the balance of the three doshas supports the body in health.
Panchakarma
पञ्चकर्म /pañcakarma – an effective system of purification and rejuvenation of the body in Ayurveda. Panchakarma - five actions. There are five main procedures, and each procedure has its own effect on the doshas. Vamana - therapeutic vomiting. Virecha is an indulgence. Basti is a healing enema. Nasya - nose drops. Moksha Racta - therapeutic bloodletting. Usually, 2-3 of them are prescribed for a particular patient. Panchakarma is accompanied by preparatory procedures and lasts at least 21 days.
Samhita
संहिता /saṃhitā – is a term used to refer to a number of sacred texts of Hinduism. Samhites are collections of hymns, prayers, blessings, sacrificial formulas. Samhites are the main metric texts - hymns and mantras - of each of the four Vedas. Samkhits are also called a number of other, post-scholarly texts on yoga and Ayurveda. For example, such are Charaka Samhita, Sushrut Samhita and Ashtang Hriday Samhita - the main Ayurvedic sources.
Prakriti
प्रकृति/ prakṛti – cause, matirial, nature - in the philosophy of Sankhya is the main substance from which the world develops. In Ayurveda, the individual constitution of a person from the birth is the original nature. Prakriti describes the ratio of doshas in the body of a particular person and is unchanged throughout life. Diseases appear when the doshas are unbalanced, and for an ideal state, one must strive for the doshas balance indicated in prakriti. Knowing your prakriti makes it possible to prevent the disease by taking preventive measures.
Dravyaguna
द्रव्यगुण /dravyaguṇa – is a section of Ayurvedic medicine that describes the properties, actions and therapeutic methods of using various food and medicinal substances. Dravyaguna is an absolutely complete knowledge of Ayurvedic pharmacology and contains versatile information about the characteristics of groups of natural substances. It gives practical skills about the name, synonyms, forms of substances, their qualities and effects, methods of their use and describes indications, contraindications and side effects.
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Abhyanga massage training

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Ayurvedic massage, or Abhyanga, differs significantly from the classic western. If classical massage affects the physiology of the patient, then massage in Ayurveda is aimed not only at working out the muscles, but also at harmonizing health both at the energy and spiritual levels. As a result, a state of mental and emotional rest is achieved.

Four hands synchronous massage, special temperature and humidity, various oils (over 50 types), incense aromas, specially selected music and much more allow you to achieve greater relaxation and, as a result, maximum effect.

In our center, Ayurvedic massage training takes place in several stages. Gradually, you can master the diversity of knowledge and become a specialist in this field.

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Auyrvedic nutrition

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One of the most important aspects of Ayurvedic treatment is the application of the principles of healthy eating. Ayurveda dishes can give benefits to the body and also taste wonderful. Dosha nutrition can improve the body and also diversify the usual diet!
One of the most important aspects of Ayurvedic treatment is the application of the principles of healthy eating. Ayurveda dishes can give benefits to the body and also taste wonderful. Dosha nutrition can improve the body and also diversify the usual diet!
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Course price

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Cost of training on the course for consultants on Ayurveda,
including certification and exam for online study
Cost of training on the course for consultants on Ayurveda,
including certification and exam for online study
Online at any place
PRICE: 700 $

Course dates: from October 2020 to May 2021 - on weekends, once a month.

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