Namaste Track B Level 1 Students,
You have three courses that you need to complete.
Please note that these links take you to your courses–only after you login with your username and password.
This course is intended for both Track A and Track B 150 Hour students. It has the following Sections – Introduction to Ayurveda, (Ayurveda 101-50 Hours), Svastha Vritta 101 (Daily and Seasonal Routine), Tridoshas 101, Ahara 101 (Ayurvedic Nutrition, Agni (Digestive Fire) compressed in 50 Hrs for the Track A students
Track B students have access to Tridoshas101, Ahara101 as well.
Concept of Prana, Ayurvedic Myplate, Ayurvedic Nutrition Label, Comparison of Western and Ayurvedic concepts of Nutrition, Foods, Recipes, Churnas and Chutneys for Vata, Pitta, Kapha, Balancing Agni and Vkrti. Sattva, Tamas and Rajas in Food. Concept of Agni (Digestive Fire) Jatharagni and three states of Jatharagni. Assess your own state of Agni. *Introduction to Agni Imbalances in Ayurveda. Concept of Ama and Mala. Ayurvedic Support for Ajirna(Indigestion), Amlapitta(Acid Reflux), Malavistambha(Constipation).
- Introduction to Roga Nidan- Supressible and Non supressible urges. Threefold reasons for imbalances. Three pillars of Health- Nidra, Ahara and Brahmacharya.
- Concept of Prakruti and Vikruti, Dosha, Dhatu and Mala Vikruti. Calculate your own prakruti and vikruti.
- Location, Function of 15 sub doshas. Sub Doshas related to Digestion. Sub Doshas and the Mind.
- Concept of Vata and its importance and function. Prana, Vyana, Udana, Samana and Apana.
- Pitta, its relationship to Agni. Sadhaka, Ranjaka, Alochaka, Pachaka, and Bhrajaka
- . Kapha and its function. Tarpaka, Avalambaka, Bodhaka, Shleshaka, Kledaka. Doshas related to digestion and agni.
- Care of PMS and Postpartum women in Ayurveda (see below)
- Care of Children in Ayurveda
- Using Marma Points in women, hands, and, feet for maintenance of balance