Online Courses and Mentoring
Ayurvedic Preventive care is a powerful tool to maintain health and longevity and a peaceful emotional balance. These short courses, will guide you how to fit in Ayurvedic principles perfectly in western lifestyle.
Beayurvedic online short courses
Ayurvedic Nutrition perspective for western foodies- a course in health and wellness.
Module 1- Students who take this course will:
Learn the ABC's of Ayurveda- the five elements which make up our body and the Doshas that make each of us unique!
Why are we all different and why does the same food causes issues to one person and not the other? Learning what's prakruti (our true nature) is and how it plays an important part in defining our lifestyle and understanding the emotional make up of each person.
Why do people suffer from so many imbalances after having a very rich diet in protein and taking all vitamins?
Ayurveda categorizes all food in the six tastes, Sweet, Sour, Salty, Bitter, Spicy and Astringent. We will be discussing the effects of these tastes on our body and mind.
What is it different that Ayurvedic science has to offer that we are missing?
Learn how to balance these tastes in daily meals and enjoy the balance!Module 2- Basics of Ayurvedic Nutrition Part 2- Gunas, Agni, Laws of Nourishment.
Module 2-Students who take this course will:
Learn about Gunas - qualities of food and how they play an important role in maintaining the balance of the inner physiology.
Know details of Metabolism - AGNI
Ayurveda gives the utmost importance to AGNI.
Good Agni is health and impaired Agni is illness.
Learn how the gross and subtle metabolism works and how our body gets the nourishment, is it through food or breath or emotions?
Why do we get bloating, indigestion and constipation?
How to get started with Ayurvedic way of eating?
Each module has 30 minutes of Q&A time
Module 1 : Tuesday January 29th 2019 , 7 pm - 9 pm
Module 2: Tuesday February 12th 2019,7pm-9pm
Cost: $45 per Module , $ 90 for Module 1 and 2.
Early Bird : from Nov1st- December 31st 2018
$ 75 for both Module, $37.50 for one Module.
To register : firstname.lastname@example.org
Fundamentals of Ayurveda Course
Ayurveda is a life philosophy, founded on principles of observing nature in its all forms. It is based on the concept
As is the human body , so is the cosmic body
As is the microcosm, so is the macrocosm.
Ayurveda deliberates on spiritual aspect of consciousness as inseparable part of life. It is an ancient science that stresses the importance of joyful life through physical and emotional health and managing it through disciplined lifestyle, nutrition and exercise as per individual’s body constitution. It basically emphasizes on maintaining the natural wellbeing and prevention of dis-ease.
By understanding how our inner physiology alerts us through subtle changes happening in our bodies one can gain the balance relatively at an earlier stage of dis-ease.
In today’s age most of the imbalances stem from unhealthy lifestyle and emotional instability. Studying Ayurveda guides us step by step in understanding ourselves and those around us better. Ayurveda is the study of how to synchronize the rhythms of nature and living beings.
This course will be a deep dive into the fundamental principles of Ayurveda and its application in the modern life.
Course details: Online Course conducted via Zoom.
Timings and Days:
Every Wednesday 6 pm - 10pm.Weekend intensives - November, December, January, June and July.
Duration: September 4th 2019 - Ends on July 12th 2020.
Course Tuition &Fee: $3300 ($3100 if paid in full )
Monthly Payment: $300 for 11 Months
or Four Quarterly payments of $825 each
Total Course hours: 200
Instructor: Beena Vesikar, M.D.(Ayurveda).
Who should take this course:
Anyone who is interested in learning Ayurveda and maintaining health and well being for self and loved ones.
The course will cover:
History & Principles of Ayurveda (Itihas evam Padartha Vidnyana)
Introduction to Devanagari Script (Sanskrit Script)
Sanskrit Vocabulary and Chanting.
Ayurvedic Anatomy (Sharira Rachana),
Ayurvedic Physiology (Sharira Kriya),
Preventive Care (Swasthavrutta that includes in detail, study of daily and seasonal routines, ethical regimen, lifestyle changes & environmental science)
Ayurvedic Nutrition and concepts of Digestion and its application in modern era.
Introduction to Ayurvedic Psychology.
Introduction to Ashtanga Yoga.
Practicum & Presentations - for learning to identify one's Body constitution.
Get started today– Email at email@example.com to receive the 2019 - 2020 Catalog.
Certificate of course completion will be received upon passing the final exam.