Ayurveda Foundation Course
This course teaches the principles and practices of Ayurveda to help common people to apply in their daily lifestyle. These courses are developed and taught by professional Ayurveda doctors from traditional Ayurveda families in Kerala, where Ayurveda is not just a medical system but a lifestyle for both body and mind.
Type of Event
Course starts at 7 am on 20 December. Students welcome to arrive one day before to settle in.
Course ends by 2 pm on 02 January. Students welcome to stay the evening and check-out next morning.
This course is designed to help doctors, nurses, yoga teachers, massage therapists, or any alternative medical practitioners, who already have a basic understanding of how the human body works. Basic background in modern anatomy and understanding of common illnesses would make it easier to understand Ayurveda from a scientific perspective.
Can a normal person without any medical/health background come for this course?
Sure, anybody who wants to learn about their own body and lead a healthy life are welcome. However, please note that this course can be intensive both physically and mentally as it includes early morning meditation, one yoga session (separate for beginners/intermediate), other than two hours theory and two hours practical session.
One has to complete at least 8 hours a day and 100 hours in two weeks to get the certification for 100 hours of training. This Ayurveda course includes includes yoga classes and meditation sessions, as they are integral part of Ayurveda. Students who don’t want to be part of Yoga and Meditation sessions will be given a certificate for 50 Hours.
Please note this course is not Ayurveda Massage course, though it does include how to give Ayurveda massages. This certification is not accredited with any government nor any medical bodies around the world.