SHORT TERM AYURVEDIC NUTRITION & COOKING COURSE
SHORT TERM AYURVEDIC NUTRITION & COOKING COURSE
AYURVEDA, “The Science of Life” is the most comprehensive system of medicine originating in India over 5000 years ago. Ayurveda focuses on living in harmony with nature as a way of life that promotes overall health and wellbeing. Aimed essentially on the preservation of health and prevention of disease, Ayurveda science essentially works on maintaining a balance and harmony through food and nutrition, herbs and spices, meditation and prescribed daily routines.
Ayurvedic science is backed by profound knowledge of maintaining good health and the cure of diseases. Providing knowledge that helps unfold the reality beyond the physical body, Ayurveda thus achieves harmony of Body, Mind and Soul. Since Ayurveda is an ancient science, most of the principles are adopted from nature and central to this healing science is the doctrine of Tri- dosha (the vital energies of Vata, Pitta, and Kapha) and the connection with the Pancha Maha Bhootha (the five elements – ether, air, and fire water and earth.)
The five elements combine in various ways to form three constitutional principles, known in Ayurveda as doshas. The three humors: vata, pitta & kapha are collectively called as Tridoshas and they control the basic physiological functions of the body along with five sub doshas for ear of the principle doshas. The tridoshas regulate all the systems of the body and plays a vital role in maintaining the health of the body. Authoritative Ayurvedic treatises describe how the quantity and quality of these 3 substances fluctuates in the body, according to the seasons, time of the day, diet and several other factors.
With a belief that healing comes from within, Ayurveda teaches a way of life that enables us to be centred and focused. Nutrition is an integral element in Ayurveda therapy because from proper wholesome and balanced diet all the body constituents- dosha, dhatu and mala are formed. That is why it is said that ‘we are what we eat’.
Nutrition is an integral element in Ayurveda therapy because from proper wholesome and balanced diet all the body constituents- dosha, dhatu and mala are formed. That is why it is said that ‘we are what we eat’. Food is not only essential for our physical wellbeing but it provides nutrition for our mind as well. Our food choices not only influences our physical activities but the psychological too. The digestive fire requires food to keep it constantly active, food that does not support this can extinguish this fire and the result is toxic substance called ama get produced. Hence food and digestive fire are interdependent on each other.
This course is designed for you to understand the Ayurvedic body constitutions (doshas) along with your constitution, so that you can have the correct food, herbs and exercises for improving health and preventing diseases. You will be able to apply these rules and laws to others body constitutions as well, Ayurveda- science of healing will be useful to everyone. This course provides a clear understanding of the fundamental principles of Ayurvedic Nutrition and Cooking that can be easily applied across wide groups and cultures
Who Should Do The Course
Small group of travellers intrested in expanding their knowledge
- Wellness enthusiasts
- Yoga experts, physiotherapists
- Nutritionists, dieticians
- Spa & hospatility professionals
- Physicians intrsted in alternative medicicne system
- Introduction to ayurveda
- Introduction to prakriti
- Concept of agni, rasa, veerya, vipaka concept
- Basic principles of ayurvedic dietetics and nutrition
- Benefits of herbs and spices
- Home remedies with herbs and spices
- Diet and nutrition according to your body constitution and dosha imbalance
- Yogic diet-satvic, rajasic and tamasic food
- Acid Alkaline concept in nutrition
- Conscious eating principles
- Preparation of different kinds of healthy recipes according to ayurveda
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- 08.90 – 09.00 Yoga class
- 09.30 – 10.30 Breakfast
- 11.00 – 12.30 Theory class
- 13.00 – 14.00 Lunch
- 14.30 – 17.00 Practical class
SPECIAL OFFER 15% Off
Book Before date : Book Before 10th March 2020 and stay between 1st March 2020 to 31st July 2020.
7 days Course Fees:
Meals USD 85 (Sunday excluded)
Meal plan is available for a minimal amount as an add on element. Kindly contact us for more information on this.
Accommodation Options : This is a non-residential course. However, assistance can be provided should you need assistance with finding suitable accommodation nearby
Training venue : The Beach House Goa. This is in South Goa, on Sernabatim beach.
Terms & Conditions
* The course is NON-RESIDENTIAL. * The course pricing includes only course materials and certificate. * Theory classes are conducted by expert Ayurvedic Doctors. * Practical sessions are conducted by Senior Ayurvedic Trainers and Ayurvedic Doctors. * After successful completion, certificates are issued by IAYTS.* Photography and videography is not permitted during practical and training sessions.
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