ALL FOR ALL
AYURVEDA LIFESTYLE & LEADERSHIP
Shanti Institute of Ayurveda (SIA) is the Gurukula School for ALL FOR ALL (Ayurveda Lifestyle & Leadership) Education that envisions to build a happy society without sickness and suffering. The Mission is to produce healthy human beings by providing Ayurveda lifestyle knowledge which is a simple, preventative and practical holistic healthcare solution for all aspects of life. The strategy is to spread Ayurveda lifestyle education to every school, every home and every village in the world.
Over time, people have started to realize that the sickness is the result of unhealthy lifestyle. It is health which is the real wealth and the source of all happiness. In Ayurveda, a daily routine to establish ‘balance in life’ is called Dinacharya (Ayurvedic daily routine). Dinacharya is considered as the central to health and happiness. It is the key to success in managing health, improving immunity and preventing diseases. Learn Ayurveda way of living to manage your health rather than manage your illnesses which according to ayurveda are nothing more than imbalances created by the environment, diet and lifestyle and inappropriate habits.
Shanti Institute of Ayurveda (SIA) was established in the year 2016 in the Philippines. It was registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) as a non-stock, non-profit educational institution. SIA provides ALL FOR ALL (Ayurveda Lifestyle & Leadership) education to develop every aspect of life for becoming good human beings and productive member of the society. It integrates Ayurveda philosophy and practices with Yoga, indigenous healing disciplines and locally available herbs for healing and wellbeing. It empowers you with Ayurveda lifestyle knowledge to ensure “your life is in your hands”.
Ayurveda Lifestyle can be learned by those who may or may not have existing background in Ayurveda. Shanti Institute of Ayurveda presents a unique opportunity for you to learn self-healthcare from Vagbhata Sutra to establish ‘balance in life’ with your Dinacharya (Ayurvedic daily routine) and become an “Ayurveda Lifestyle Practitioners ” and share it
to your family and the community service to prevent illness, nurture health, restore balance, create more joy and freedom. Your life-changing holistic health journey with Ayurveda begins here!
ALL FOR ALL Education Includes the Following Courses :
I. Tridosha In Ayurveda – Know Your Body & Know Your Food
II. Vagbhata Sutra : Dinacharya (Ayurvedic Daily Routine)
III. Ayurvedic Home Remedies, Kitchen Pharmacy & Herbal Gardening
IV. The Seven Dhatus In Ayurveda: Food, Nutrition and Health
V. Ayurveda Home Cooking Class
VI. Balanced Diet : The Six Tastes of Ayurveda
VII. Ayurveda Lifestyle and Yoga Meditation Retreat
VIII. Ayurvedic Massage Therapy Certification Course
IX. Ayurveda Lifestyle Teacher Training Certification Course
X. Ayurvedic Panchakarma Therapist Certification Course
Ayurveda – as an ancient medical science in the world has gained its recognition as an evidence based natural healing and well-being. ALL FOR ALL (Ayurveda Lifestyle & Leadership) is a holistic healthcare education to establish ‘balance in life’ for those people who want to live a long, healthy, and happy life. It aims to enable people to gain systematic training to become an Ayurveda lifestyle practitioner. It also provides you the unique opportunity to learn the fundamental principles and essential practices in holistic health in Ayurveda and its potentials today.
ALL FOR ALL Education covers historical and philosophical origin of Ayurveda, Panchamahabhuta (the five basic elements of life) theories, Doshas (humours) assessment, home remedies, kitchen pharmacy and herbal gardening, Dhatus (tissues), Balanced diet, Ayurvedic massage therapy, panchakarma, Yoga, Prananyama and Meditation.
Participants will learn Dinacharya (Ayurvedic daily routine) from Vagbhata Sutra to establish ‘balance in life’ for optimum health and
longevity of life. There will also be Ayurvedic cooking demonstration for healthy home-cooked food preparation using spices from your kitchen and herbs from herbal garden at your backyard.
Ayurveda’s ancient twin – Yoga – will be taken up in the course, and practiced as part of a healthy lifestyle. This involves basic Yoga asanas or postures that include mediation and pranayama or yogic breathing, as tools for healing and restoring health and balance. Ayurveda Lifestyle Teacher Training Program will elaborate more deep in to the same subjects. It is a gateway into the world of yoga for healing, beyond asana and beyond the studio.
Every graduate is encouraged to practice a culture of self-healthcare from Vagbhata Sutra to expand every aspect of life with your Dinacharya (Ayurvedic daily routine) and become an “Ayurveda Lifestyle Practitioner ” and share it to your family and the community service for building a healthy society free from sickness and sufferings.
Shanti Institute of Ayurveda (SIA) believes that adaptation of Ayurveda lifestyle can transform the vicious cycle of ill-being into a virtuous cycle of well-being by making food not medicine, kitchen not pharmacy, natural not chemical, home not hospital, as a preventive and curative healthcare. Hence, at SIA, we are committed to empower you with Ayurveda lifestyle to ensure “your life is in your hands”.
ALL FOR ALL Education is open to the following individuals:
ALL FOR ALL (Ayurveda Lifestyle & Leadership) Education can be learned by those who may or may not have existing background in Ayurveda. It also offers a genuine opportunity to yoga teachers, lifestyle practitioners, health professionals, life coaches, physicians, nurses, physical therapists and bodywork therapists who wish to learn, practice and intend to apply these theories into professional lifestyle teaching practice for holistic healing and healthy living. A certificate will be provided to you after successful completion of the course.
Conduction Approach and Methods
The state of the art methodological approach of the course conduction is founded on the concept of ‘experiential learning’ and hands-on, the bridging of theory and practice. Participants will be encouraged to reflect upon their own experiences with the inputs provided by the facilitating resource persons. The course will follows both a sequential flow of contents and iterative reflections. The synthesis of learning by the participants – both individually and in teams – are employed to help participants on determination of meaning based on their own context. The course will use a variety of methods including presentation, individual and group exercises, demonstration, guided field practicum, practical exercise, task specific work groups, informal setting reflections, case study and role-plays, video show, storytelling and other methods effective to ensure active participation and sharing.
Duration: 2 Days
Cost: Php 6,000/Person
ALL FOR ALL offers a holistic health education to establish ‘balance in life’ to ensure “your health is in your hands”. You will take home a new set of Ayurvedic self-healthcare skills and knowledge to achieve perfect health and create more joy in your life.
DAY 1 (Morning Class)
Tridosha In Ayurveda : Know Your Body & Know Your Food.
Tridosha defines the three fundamental energies or principles that create structure and form in our body. Each element is said to represent a specific kind of energy which governs the function of our bodies on the physical and emotional level. The three energies are known as vata, pitta, and kapha. Each individual has a unique balance of all three of these energies. For instance, Ether or Space is nuclear energy which represents consciousness. Air, which gives movement through the sensory and motor organs, is electrical energy. Water is chemical energy and in the body is present in plasma, cytoplasm, cerebrospinal fluid, vitreous humor, glandular secretions, saliva, pleural secretions, gastric mucosal secretions, sweat and urine. The Fire element is radiant energy. It is responsible for all bodily transformations and is responsible for all metabolic processes such as digestion, absorption and assimilation which lead to the transforming of food into tissue layers. It also regulates body temperature and creates knowledge by transforming our experiences through the senses and the mind. Earth is mechanical energy and is a condensed form of all the energies.
Panchamahabhoots: The concept and the Principle of Ayurveda depends on the theory of Panchamahabhoots, the five basic elements of life that constituents our body. These five elements are Earth (Prithvi), Water (Jala), Fire (Agni or Tej), Air (Vayu) and Ether or Space (Akash). Ayurveda understands body, mind and spirit likewise. It divides the constitution of people into three categories—Vata (ether/air), Pitta (fire/water) and Kapha (water/earth). These are three basic energies or life forces that are the biological derivatives of the five elements and they govern all the function and structure of the body or its existence as a whole. According to Ayurveda, what exists in the Universe also exists in the internal body of every individual. The Panchamahabhuta or the five fundamental elements take origin from this Doshas or the immaterial qualities.
Dosha (humor) : Ayurvedic system of medicine in all its aspects is largely dependent upon an understanding of the significance and nature of three humors – Vata, Pitta and Kapha, which is supposed to activate and govern the entire biological process from conception to death. The definition of Ayurveda is the dynamic state of balance of body, mind and spirits. Vata, Pitta and Kapha are the three Doshas of the body. Perfect balance of three Doshas leads to health, imbalance in Tridosha leads to diseases. Each type of Dosha has a unique set of characteristics and the body type of a person depends on their physical and emotional attributes. Ayurveda follows the concept of understanding the Doshas in order to practice suitable Ayurvedic Diet, exercise and lifestyle pattern for healing and balancing of Vata, Pitta and Kapha.
Know Your Body and Know Your Food
Maharishi Vagbhata says if you want to be healthy – Know your Body and Know your Food. This much is enough to take care of almost all ailments! One who knows the food requires no doctor. Personal analysis of Dosha helps you know about your body and your food. You can prepare a diet chart according to the requirements of your body to maintain optimum health. Knowing your Dosha can also help you to know how an imbalance is likely to occur in yourself. It will help you to maintain a good and balanced personal, family and professional life.
Dosha Assessment Workshop (Ayurvedic body type)
Learning content in this workshop:
❯ Panchamahabhoots (the five basic elements)
❯ Know your Dosha (Ayurvedic body type)
❯ Prepare your Dinacharya (daily routine) & diet chart according to your Dosha
DAY 1 (Afternoon Class)
Vagbhata Sutra: Dinacharya (Ayurvedic Daily Routine) – Establish Balance In Life.
Course Description: Shanti Institute of Ayurveda comes up with the ALL FOR ALL (Ayurveda Lifestyle & Leadership) Education Program of varied levels. Out of all the Education Programs, Vagbhata Sutra aims to teach you Dinacharya (Ayurvedic Daily Routine) that will help you to establish ‘balance in life’ to cure common sickness, nurture health, restore balance and enhance longevity of life.
Ayurveda is the oldest healthcare system in the world that originated in India several thousand years ago. Ayurveda comes from the words “ayu”, which means all aspects of life from birth to death and “veda”, which means knowledge or science — thus, Ayurveda is the “Science of Life”! The aim of Ayurveda is to maintain the health of healthy person and cure the diseases of sick people. It is a philosophy of life.
Sarve Bhavantu Sukhinah, Sarve Santu Nir-Aamayaah,
Sarve Bhadraanni Pashyantu, Maa Kashcid-Duhkha-Bhaag-Bhavet !
Let everybody be happy,
Let everybody be free from all ailments,
Let everybody see the bright side of everything,
Let nobody be forced to undergo any suffering!
Maharishi Vagbhata: Maharishi Vagbhata was one of the greatest doctors of Ayurveda who tested and retested Ayurvedic medicines and spread it among common people so they could make use of this divine knowledge. He introduced one of the most important Ayurvedic methods for daily routine known as “Dinacharya” which guides you to establish rhythm of life in your daily life to optimize your health from the moment you awake to the time you sleep each day with detailed guidance on food, sleep, sex, exercise, yoga, pranayama, meditation and more inspiring practices.
Ayurveda Philosophy: “Realization of righteousness (dharma), wealth (artha) and happiness (sukha) depends on the long life. Hence, a person desirous of long life should keep the lessons of Ayurveda in the highest esteem” –Astanga Hridaya of Vagbhata.
The Purpose of life: Dharma- following the path of righteousness, Artha – earning money in a legal way, Kama – fulfilling our desire, Moksha – achieving Salvation
According to Ayurveda, to achieve this purpose of life, one should concentrate on having a long life. To learn the science of Ayurveda, which explains how to achieve this purpose, ‘Obedience’ (Vidheya) is the most important quality. Do not engage yourself in things that are devoid of four pursuits Dharma (righteousness), Artha (wealth), Kama (pleasure), and Moksha (salvation): you should carry on the occupation without going contrary to them (dharma, artha, kama and moksha). The life span of a human is one hundred years. Dividing that time, he should attend to the aims of life in such a way that they support, rather than hinder each other.
DAY 2 (Morning Class)
Vagbhata Sutra: Dinacharya (Ayurvedic Daily Routine) – Establish ‘Balance In Life’.
Dinacharya (Ayurvedic Daily Routine) in harmony with nature is absolutely necessary to maintain balance of the body, mind and spirit. It is a preventative and practical holistic healthcare solution to stay healthy without medicine. It balances your Vata, Pitta and Kapha. It also regulates all bodily systems to achieve health and happiness. It guides you for self-healthcare management on what, how much, and when to eat and drink, food nutrition and food contraindications. As an Ayurveda lifestyle practitioner, you can teach Dinacharya (Ayurvedic Daily Routine) to your family and the community for prevention of diseases, restoring health and balance and increasing freedom and joy.
Ritucharya (Ayurvedic Seasonal Routine)
Seasonal Regime in Ayurveda – According to Ayurveda the constitution or Dosha of the body and the seasons are intimately related. Your health is affected by the qualities of the climate you live in; your outer environment influences your inner world. For example, when the air is damp, cold and wet it increases these qualities in your body. Hence there is an increase in mucous, catarrh and colds in winter. There are various environmental factors like temperature, humidity, wind, rain, clouds and atmospheric pressure and sunlight, etc that affect our health.
Seasonal routine will help you in achieving balance of Doshas. Follow the seasonal routine to avoid changing stress of the seasons and associated diseases. Seasonal routine helps in achieving good benefits of the atmosphere. Practice of Dinacharya combined with Ritucharya will lead you to experience and enjoy a long, healthy and happy life.
Ayurvedic Clock (Biological Clock): In life, we can go with or against the current of nature’s natural rhythms. Our diurnal rhythms and hormonal fluctuations are tied to the natural cycles and, when these are all in harmony with each other, life seems a lot easier – like swimming downstream instead of upstream. According to Ayurveda, the stress of living against these natural cycles is a fundamental violation of healthy lifestyle. Emerging science suggests that each cycle of the day as described in Ayurveda supports different activities. Living in harmony with nature’s cycles is a powerful lifestyle tool to de-stress the body and mind and begin to enjoy life.
The Circadian Rhythm of the Body: In nature, there are two 12-hour cycles that are each divided into three smaller cycles. Each 4-hour cycle is linked to certain bodily functions governed by Vata (air & space), which controls the nervous system, Pitta (fire), which controls digestion and metabolism, and Kapha (earth and water), which controls immunity and structural strength. Understanding how to connect a daily routine to these cycles is powerful medicine in Ayurveda.
Ayurveda recognizes that lifestyle has a profound effect on your health, and recommends many helpful suggestions for how you can adapt to your daily routine these person specific suggestions. One lifestyle or diet does not suit everybody as people have different constitutional make up. Ayurveda emphasizes on the maintenance of good health through a balanced daily routine (Dinacharya), seasonal routine (Ritucharya) and a balanced diet to make your body immune enough to adjust to those changes and stay healthy without medicine.
It is a life-changing experience.You will walk away with an understanding of Vagbhata Sutra, to increase your awareness for Ayurvedic principles that supports your success and wellbeing goals. Inclusion of Ayurveda into your daily life, will help you to go beyond the body and mind, to the true nature of BLISS !
Learning content in this class:
❯ Philosophy of Ayurveda.
❯ Learn the purpose of life
❯ Modern lifestyle vs Ayurveda lifestyle
❯ Ayurveda lifestyle from Vagbhata Sutra
❯ Ayurvedic Daily routine and Seasonal routine
❯ Learn about your biological clock
❯ Personalized health routine
DAY 2 (Afternoon Class)
Ayurvedic Home Remedies, Kitchen Pharmacy & Herbal Gardening
Home Remedies: Inadequate knowledge of preventive health care is the root cause of many common diseases among the population. Knowledge of herbal medicinal plants is part of our culture and tradition. Most of the civilizations have their own signature practices based on medicinal plants and it has been serving as a primary health care management for many centuries. It has been estimated that many households in the past were able to make home remedies for more than 30 to 40 indications but we have lost that knowledge during our journey from traditional way of living to modern living.
Kitchen Pharmacy: Kitchen Pharmacy is the Ayurveda’s gift to the world for health and happiness. You will also learn how to set up “kitchen pharmacy” at your home, make your own spice kits and the use of Ayurvedic healing spices like turmeric, cumin, coriander, fennel, mint, asafetida (hing), black pepper, cardamom, cinnamon, saffron, nutmeg, cayenne and ginger powder to your meals for improved digestion and nourishing all the seven Dhatus/body tissues for healing and maintaining health and balance in every aspect- body, mind and spirit.
Herbal Garden: Planting and growing herbs and spices can be started from seed or planted as plants. Planting herbal plants is easier than starting them from seed but starting herbs from seeds is not that difficult. Once you have planted herbs in your garden, make sure that it gets good sunshine, water and natural compost. By starting an herbal garden in the backyard and growing herbs and spices, you can add beauty to your garden and flavor to your kitchen. It’s very satisfying and you can enjoy home-grown herbs all year round. Furthermore, the course will teach you the preparation and use of herbal medicinal plants for common health problems.
Learning content in this class:
❯ Children and family health issues
❯ 30 home remedies every mother should know.
❯ Establishing Ayurvedic kitchen pharmacy at home
❯ Establishing herbal garden at your backyard.
Duration: 2 Days
Cost: Php 6, 000/Person
The Seven Dhatus (tissues) in Ayurveda
You are what you eat! Eating good-quality food is an essential part of health and longevity. The quality and quantity of our foods directly relate to the health our bodies systems and thus our psychic mechanism. In Ayurveda, the physiological and psychological functions of the body are interwoven. Ayurveda proposes that matter does not exist without energy, and that matter is essentially energy.
Ayurvedic Perspective on Food
Food grows in the earth, within rich, nutritious soil that absorbs all the other elements—water, fire, air, and ether—in order to thrive. Every time you eat foods, you bring the elements into your body and they become your body. From an Ayurvedic perspective, it takes about 30-35 days for the foods you eat today to transform into your seven tissues (Dhatus). This range of time is assuming that you are able to digest what you eat without creating Ama (toxic sludge, slimy obstructions). At the end of the 30-35 day cycle, you will come to appreciate how and why you are what you eat.
A lot of factors may influence your overall ability to digest and assimilate the foods you take in which it is why it is important to eat when you eat
- Respect the foods you eat by saying a short meditation/prayer before meals
- Stop eating when you no longer have hunger to maintain strong jatharagni (digestive fire)
- Don’t drink cold drinks while eating (to keep strong jatharagni)
- Rest for 15-20 minutes after eating to give your food the time it needs to mix with the enzymes, bile, and hormones in your stomach
Ayurveda and Tissue Transformation
Crucial to the development and nourishment of the body, the Dhatus unfold successively as follows, starting with the nourishment derived from the product of digestion. The Dhatus are the basic bodily tissue elements. Like the Doshas, they too are formed from the five elements of space, air, fire, water and earth. With the help of the digestive fire, the Dhatus form the protective biological system of the body.
The flow of tissue transformation
Rasa (fluids): The first layer of your tissues that is formed is called Rasa which contains nutrients from digested food and subsequently nourishes all tissues, organs, and systems. It is the main fluids in your body such as plasma and lymph, and for women their breast milk and menstrual blood. Rasa keeps the body juicy! And if the body is well hydrated, it will make you feel satisfied on a deep psychological level.
Rakta (blood): Healthy Rasa leads to healthy blood and will make you feel invigorated rather than tired or anemic (which are indicators of vata (depletion) in your blood). Rakta (blood) governs oxygenation in all tissues and vital organs and thus maintains life-function.
Mamsa (muscle): Mamsa (muscle) covers the delicate vital organs, performs the movements of the joints, and maintains the physical strength of the body. It Invigorates blood supports new muscle tissues. With healthy muscles, a person tends to feel courageous and self-confident to take on physical challenges.
Medas (fat): After Mamsa come fatty tissue development, an essential component for our well-being and offers oiliness and lubrication to the tissues of the body. When medas is healthy, a person may notice ease in both giving and receiving love. Meda (fat) maintains the lubrication of the tissues and serves as an insulating material to protect the body’s heat.
Ashti (bone): Asthi (bone and cartilage) gives support to the body’s structure. Bone strength is based on all the tissues that develop before it does. With strong bones, you will feel the urge to stand tall, maintain good posture, and learn some bone strengthening activities to prevent the typical diseases that come from over- or underuse.
Majja (nervous system): Majja (bone marrow and nerves) fills up the bony spaces, carries motor and sensory impulses, and facilitates communication among the body’s cells and organs. The integrity and strength of your nervous system is directly related to your food. If you eat foods with low nutrient value, your nervous system will not do well under stress. Foods with higher nutrient content will help build more resilient tissue to deal with the stress of day-to-day living. A sign that your majja is healthy is that you find it easy to relax and remain calm.
Shukra (Reproductive fluids): Shukra and Artava (male and female reproductive tissues), the last phase of transformation produces the pure essence of all bodily tissues for sustaining life or can create a new life.
Each Dhatu is dependent on the previous one. If the raw materials of digestion are inadequate, or if there is a problem in any stage, each successive Dhatu will not receive the nourishment it needs and the respective tissues or organ systems will suffer. So for good health, all seven Dhatus must develop and function properly. The three waste products (malas) are faeces, urine, and sweat. The body must be able to produce these in appropriate amounts and to eliminate them through their respective channels.
Ojas In Ayurveda
In Sanskrit, “Ojas” means “Vigor.” According to Ayurveda food is transformed into 7 Dhatus or tissues from properly digested, nourishing food, sequentially the final product is called “Ojas” ! Ojas is the essential energy for the body and mind that is gleaned from eating pure and nourishing (sattvic) foods, practicing Dinacharya (Ayurvedic daily routine) and establishing “balance in life”. The seat of Ojas within the body is at the heart. It gives life and energy to the cells in the body. In the practice of Ayurveda, Ojas is responsible for vitality, strength, health, long life, immunity, mental and emotional wellbeing.
Preservation, Procreation and Expansion.
Self prevention is a natural instinct. Your physical body knows self preservation which is good for your existence. When you take food, your body is converted one physical energy to another physical form. Food conversation is a natural process – preservation, procreation and expansion.
You want to enter from physical to another dimension of life which is not physical – moving from bound to boundless. You need a vehicle to transcend from bound to boundless. You create Ojas for smooth passage. It is a non physical energy with its own form.
Physical has a boundary. You want to become boundless. Ojas is the vehicle to travel from physical to non physical dimension. Your life will become well rounded circular when you create enough Ojas around you. When your existence will become circular, you will have least resistance. Your passage will be clear and your life will sail smoothly towards boundless.
Ama In Ayurveda
According to Ayurveda the opposite of Ojas is “Ama”. Weak digestion, consuming non-sattvic (unhealthy) foods and harboring destructive habits or emotions produce Ama in your body which is a toxic residue in the cells that promotes disease.
Ojas is the pure substance that is accumulated from properly digested, nourishing food. Non-sattvic foods, like meat, processed foods, oily foods, reheated foods and foods that aren’t freshly prepared, are close to impossible for the body to convert into Ojas.
You can counteract Ama by repairing your Ojas.
You can invigorate, repair and protect your Ojas by following a sattvic diet, practicing meditation and promoting balance in all aspects of your life. During yoga practice, individuals can practice heart-opening, restful asanas in order to fortify and increase their Ojas.
Duration: 1 Day
Cost: Php 3,000/Person
Your body needs nutritious & well-balanced diet
To quote one of the great legends of ancient Indian Ayurveda, Maharishi Vagbhata, 90% of all diseases originate from our stomach. Hundreds of years later, this statement particularly holds true in our times. A sedentary lifestyle and changing food habits have led to an increased incidence of lifestyle diseases like diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, asthma, cancer, obesity etc. A nutritious and a well-balanced diet are essential for a healthy body. The well balanced diet should also constitute a judicious mix of fresh fruits, vegetables, beans and whole grains containing essential vitamins and nutrients that help improve immunity against infections. Healthy food helps keep our mind sharp, body active and promotes a healthier lifestyle
Nutrition, Vitamins and Minerals
Nutrition is the intake of food, considered in relation to the body’s dietary needs. Good nutrition – an adequate, well balanced diet combined with regular physical activity – is a cornerstone of good health. Poor nutrition can lead to reduced immunity, increased susceptibility to disease, impaired physical and mental development, and reduced productivity.
Body’s immune system is strengthened by nutritions, carbohydrates, protein, fats, hormone, fibre, vitamins and minerals in vegetables, fruits and beans. Multivitamins can never be a substitute for adequate nutrition. Those who actually excludes fruits, vegetables, beans and grains from his/her diet, chances are he/she may have weak immune system. Popular as a “super food”, vegetables and beans are the great source of protein – mung beans, peas, soybeans, sprouts, spinach, mushrooms, broccoli, cauliflower, kale, broccoli, brussel sprouts, artichokes, asparagus, corn etc.
Healthy nutrition is essential for maintenance of good health. Nutrition of the body means supply of the essentials nutrients in adequate quantities and in proper portions to all the cells and tissues of the body so as to keep the structure and the functions of the body sound state.
The basic components of food are proteins, fats, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals. Vitamins don’t give any calories but they are indispensable in regulating the chemical processes in the body metabolism.
Minerals also play a vital role in the body metabolism. As a general rule, one can remember that diet which is otherwise adequate in proteins, fats, carbohydrates and vitamins will provide all the minerals in sufficient quantities. Three basic components of the food proteins, fats and sufficient quantities of carbohydrates should be included in your diet to make up the total daily caloric requirements. Minerals also play a vital role in the body metabolism. As a general rule, one can remember that diet which is otherwise adequate in proteins, fats, carbohydrates and vitamins will provide all the minerals in sufficient quantities. Three basic components of the food proteins, fats and sufficient quantities of carbohydrates should be included in your diet to make up the total daily caloric requirements.
The Six Taste of Ayurveda: The diet should be balanced by including all Six Tastes (Rasas) – sweet, sour, salty, pungent, bitter and astringent. Each of which has a vital role to play in our health, emotion and wellbeing. The growth and development of the body depends on nutritious and a well-balanced diet. In Ayurveda food is considered as the central to health and happiness! Incorporate all the Six Tastes in your meal to keep your digestion regulated. The course will orient you on the rare immunity boosting nutritional and delicious Ayurvedic food.
The Six Rasas: Taste is made from the same five elements that make up the doshas: space, air, fire, water and earth. And each taste has an effect on Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. When your doshas are out of balance, these six tastes can help you repair this imbalance.
Principles of Balanced Diet: While right dietary practices can give you good health, wrong dietary practices can give sickness. For proper nutrition of the body, sufficient amounts of proteins, fats, carbohydrates, water, vitamins and minerals are essential for balanced health. As no single food staff gives this, it is necessary that a good diet should contain all these principles in correct portions and in adequate quantities. Such a diet which ensure supply of all the essential nutrients is known as “Balanced Diet”. So consume natural grains, pulses, vegetables and fruits that are high in fiber, low in fat and rich in nutrition.
“When diet is wrong medicine is of no use.
When diet is correct medicine is of no need.”
– Sage Charaka, Charaka Samhitha BC 200
Include all Six Tastes at every meal for a Balanced Diet: In order to feel satisfied after eating, it is critical to include at least a small portion of each of the six tastes in every meal. Below are a few examples of foods that might be found in each taste category
Learning content in this Class:
❯ Digestive Health
❯ Balanced Diet and Nutrition
❯ The Six Tastes of Ayurveda
❯ Ayurvedic Spices for Digestion
Cost: Php 3,000/Person
Whatever is beneficial for worldly happiness, whatever pertains to Vedic practices and whatever action leads to spiritual upliftment is said to be established in food.
– Caraka Samhita
Would you like to integrate Ayurveda into your daily routine at home? Are you interested in heathy food to cook some Ayurvedic recipes? This is easier than you might think! In the Ayurvedic cooking it is generally important to ensure that the various constitutional types Kapha, Vata and Pitta use different kinds of foods. Therefore, always pay close attention to what Dosha you are, and accordingly, which Ayurvedic foods are best suitable for your health as well as healing!
The science of Ayurvedic cooking: You are what you eat. For centuries, this has been the basis of most cuisines across the world. But it was Ayurveda, which first introduced the art of ‘personalized cooking’ based on the understanding of the unique combination of Vata (Ether), Pitta (Fire) and Kapha (Water) that constitutes the human body and balances its life forces, the Ayurvedic cuisine encompasses dishes made with such combination of food that optimizes these elements in the human body. In fact, it went a step further by demonstrating how not only what you eat makes a difference but how it is cooked also makes a difference.
The Art of Ayurvedic Cooking: It is not enough to provide a balanced diet, but the food should be palatable and enjoyed by the people. The art of preparation of healthy food and appetizing food has no limit. One of the golden rule is to eat varieties of food which not only avoid monotony, but ensure better nutrition. The principles of nutrition and the art of Ayurvedic cooking, are essential for longevity, health and happiness.
Balanced Diet: In Ayurveda there are 6 tastes: sweet, astringent, sour, salty, pungent and bitter. Just like the Doshas, each taste is composed of two elements. For instance, the sweet taste is composed of earth and water, the sour taste of fire and water. We have already seen that each element has certain gunas (qualities); for instance, the gunas (qualities) of water include heavy, cold, moist, liquid, slow. By carefully studying the elements of certain tastes and the corresponding gunas (qualities) you will quickly understand what the influence of those tastes is on your mental and physical condition.
Madhura (sweet), Amla (Sour), Lavana (Salt), Tiktan(Bitter), Katum (Pungent), Kashaya (Astringent) are the six types of Rasa. They are successively lower in energy. That means, Sweet taste imparts maximum energy to body and the astringent, the least. In the list of tastes, the first three, i.e. sweet, sour and salt mitigates Vata and increases Kapha. The last three, i.e. bitter, pungent and astringent tastes mitigates Kapha and increases Vata. Astringent, bitter and sweet taste mitigates Pitta. Sour, salt and pungent tastes increase Pitta.
Some food items are hot in nature and some food items are cold in nature. Generally, substances that have astringent, bitter and sweet tastes are coolant in nature and sour, salt and pungent tastes are hot in nature. While eating and during digestion, the first, second and third part are dominated by Kapha, Pitta and Vata respectively. A balanced diet that includes grains, dal or beans, vegetables and the yogurt drink should take only about 30 minutes for preparation and cooking. You will enjoy a home-cooked Ayurvedic meal that is fresh, wholesome, nutritious and balanced.
Ayurvedic Recipes: The art of lactic fermentation – yogurt and ghee, vegetarian food, soups, raw food diet, par boiled food, steam cooking, payesh (a dish that combines the fat in milk with the starch in rice to boost energy) were Ayurvedic inventions. Often considered as the father of Indian vegetarian cuisine, thanks to its plants and plant produce’s heavy usage, Ayurveda in its journey to evolve dishes that create the perfect balance in the body has also introduced most of the cooking styles that are termed healthy today, like pan frying, roasting, steaming and blanching. What also lends Ayurvedic cooking its unique identity aside the cooking method used for each food and the good use of local ingredients, is the use of certain herbs and spices. Adding Ayurvedic spices to your daily food is a great way to prevent disease and optimize health.
Ayurvedic Kitchen Pharmacy: Your kitchen should have the following staple ingredients on hand: mung beans, whole grains such as rice, barley, quinoa, or couscous; ghee, coconut or olive oil; fresh vegetables; yogurt; wheat flour; Ayurvedic spices such as ginger, turmeric, cumin, coriander, fennel, mint, asafetida (hing), black pepper, cardamom, cinnamon, nutmeg and cayenne that enhance digestion and metabolism, cleanse Ama from the body and prevent digestive disorders such as gas and bloating.
The Benefits of Home-Cooked Food : Cooking food and eating together at home gives the entire family time to talk about their day. Studies show that when you eat together, your kids and family are much healthier. Eating together is linked to less obesity, kids doing better in school, less tension and brings more happiness within the family. Involving your children in food preparation is not only a fun thing to do, but also a great way to teach them healthy eating habits!
Learning content in this Cooking Class:
❯ Ayurvedic culture
❯ History of Ayurvedic cooking
❯ Ayurvedic Kitchen Pharmacy
❯ Ayurvedic Spices
❯ Ayurvedic home-cooked food recipes
Duration: 5 Days
Cost: Php 40,000/Person
Ayurveda Lifestyle and Yoga Meditation Retreat is a transformational program that allows participants to experience the journey into holistic healing to restore health and balance, discovering inner harmony and peace in life. Time spent at this retreat allows professionals, yoga teachers, nurses, public health workers, caregivers, teachers, lifestyle educators and holistic health practitioners to bond deeply with each other and undertake in-depth personal development. This Yoga and Ayurveda Lifestyle Retreat is an exciting and wonderful event as it carves the Journey into the world of Ayurveda and Yoga as a life transforming experience.
The retreat is designed for full expression of life to realize your dream, and follow the path on where they want to be. With this Ayurveda and Yoga you will create harmonious relationship with inner self and your family while serving the society – in effect will contribute overall transformation as well-rounded human beings.
Yoga: Ayurveda’s ancient twin – Yoga – will be taught in the retreat, and practiced as part of a healthy Ayurvedic lifestyle. This involves basic Yoga asanas or postures that include the full sequence of Surya Namaskar or sun salutation, plus mediation and pranayama or Yogic breathing, as tools for healing, health and balance.
Asanas: Asana is Yoga posture or position of the body that aims to make the body healthy and strong and to keep the mind peaceful and focused. It increases the awareness of body parts, focusing on stressed joints and muscles and maintaining awareness of the breathing in Ashtanga yoga defines Asanas as steady and comfortable pose. A healthy and peaceful body is the starting point for Asana practices.
The benefits of the Yoga Asanas include increasing flexibility, stamina, and endurance of various body parts. Yoga Asanas positions increase efficiency of digestive system, and various digestive organs, respiratory system and make more efficient promoting abdominal and relaxed breathing. Asanas also have positive effect on reproductive system, excretory system. Most important is Asanas balance nervous system and hormones. Nervous system & hormonal balance is important in overall wellbeing.
Pranayama: Yoga Sutra has explained 8 limbs of yoga (Ashtanga yoga). Those are – Yama, Niyama, Asanas, Pranayama. Pratyahara, Dharana, Dhyan and Samadhi. “Prana” is Breath or vital energy in the body and “ayama” means control. So Pranayama is “Control of Breath”. One can control the rhythms of life force with Pranayama and achieve healthy body and mind. Patanjali in his text of Yoga Sutras mentioned Pranayama as means of attaining higher states of awareness, he mentions the holding of breath as important practice of reaching Samadhi.
Meditation: According to Patanjali Meditation (Dhyan) means – The spontaneous concentration of the mind on the object is Meditation. Meditation takes the conscious, sub conscious & unconscious states to universal consciousness. Dhyan (meditation) is the study of deep concentration, calmness and tranquility of the mind. It is the study of attaining complete control over one’s mind.
What to expect?
❯ Learn Ayurvedic and Yoga practices to manage weight, stress and pain through yoga, pranayama, meditation, and a healthy eating plan
❯ As you detox your body, you will have more energy, sleep soundly, and heal physically and emotionally
❯ Ayurvedic and Yoga therapy treatments
❯ Feel empowered to improve your health and reduce pain.
❯ Learn to care for yourself by learning Ayurveda lifestyle and making healthier choices specific to your body’s needs
❯ Receive Ayurvedic dietary and lifestyle recommendations specifically designed for you, taking into consideration any imbalances in your body
❯ Learn Dosha, your unique, individual Ayurvedic constitution
Duration: 10 Days
Cost: Php 30,000/Person
Ayurvedic Massage and Therapies derived from the ancient texts of Ayurvedic Medicine and Yoga Sutras for the mind, body and soul. As in any holistic medicine, inner and outer radiance and aging are closely related. The more we nurture ourselves, the more radiant we become mentally, spiritually and physically and emotionally, regardless of our particular body shape or proportions. The secret in retaining youth and beauty is ensuring the proper circulation of vital life fluids and the regular discharge of waste materials through therapies such as Panchakarma. Nothing helps the body more than a routine care and nurturing through tools such as massage. In the Ayurvedic tradition, massage is considered just as essential to overall health and beauty as good diet and positive lifestyle. The training program includes theoretical and practical session on Ayurvedic massage techniques and therapies like Abhyanga, Takradhara, Udvarthana, Nasya, Patra Pinda Sweda, Beauty Care etc.
Abhyanga Massage: Abhyanga is an ancient Indian Ayurvedic Massage therapy for cleansing, healing and balancing of Body, Mind and Spirit. This particular Ayurvedic Massage involves gentle, choreographed, rhythmic strokes using a variety of techniques, including Marma point (vital energy centers) stimulation to enhance skin tone and revitalize your entire body so to induce deep relaxation. This Ayurvedic detoxification and rejuvenation therapy is performed with herbal oils. It incorporates an aromatic combination of medicated oils prepared with herbs warmed and blended to according to individual Dosha type. A daily Abhyanga massage practice promotes better sleep at night, delays aging, removes fatigue, improves eye sight, boosts immune system, improves skin complexion, increases physical strength, helps you lose weight and enhances longevity.
Takradhara (Buttermilk Drip): The Takradhara treatment is a form of Shirodhara, a purifying and rejuvenating therapy designed to have a balancing effect on the brain. By pouring medicated buttermilk on top of the forehead in a rhythmic manner, it eliminates toxins, enhances blood circulation, relieves stress, improves sleep and increases mental clarity and concentration. Medicated buttermilk together with herbs has tremendous cooling properties and helps recenter and balance your mental health and wellbeing.
Udvarthana: Udvarthana treatment is special therapeutic deep tissue massage using herbal powders. This massage involves upward stroking, where the powder is rubbed forcibly on the body. The massage is done in the opposite direction to hair follicles by two therapists. Followed by warm water bath. Benefits indicated in obesity, diabetic neuropathy, paralysis, skin diseases, sciatica, indigestion and sclerosis of blood vessels.
Nasya: Nasya therapy is a process where herbal oils and medicines are administered through the nostrils. Since nose is the gateway of the head, the therapy is highly effective in curing a number of diseases pertaining to the head and nervous system, facial paralysis, frozen shoulder, migraine, multiple sclerosis, Parkinsonism, shoulder pain, sinusitis and stammering stiffness in the head, neck, teeth and jaw.
Patra Pinda Sweda: It is one of the major sudation process in which fomentation is done by the application of medicinal leaves processed in medicated oil. These are made into bolus which are warmed by dipping in medicated oil and applied over body ailments affecting bones, joints and nervous system, give relief for body pain, arthritis, backache, muscular diseases, neuritis, neurological disorders, myalgia, chronic back pain, sciatica, spondylosis, lumbar spondylitis, cervical spondylitis, sprains and cramps, neuralgia and sports injuries.
Ayurvedic Beauty Therapy: Ayurveda – a holistic approach to health based on the belief that health and wellness beauty depends on finding a balance between body, mind and spirit. Ayurveda approach towards the beauty in not only external but it is deeply rooted inside the body. Ayurveda firmly believes that true beauty comes from within. Along with external treatment it puts more emphasis on internal approach. The ancient wisdom offers beautiful enhancement treatments which are purely natural and free from toxic chemicals like modern cosmetics that contain skin irritants and carcinogenic ingredients. Herbal extracts and essential oils are to be added for their additional healing properties and pleasant fragrances.
❯ Ayurveda MukhSoundarya (Face) is a facial beauty treatment to improve color and complexion of the skin using gentle Ayurvedic face packs, face wash and cream. It activates deep centers of the brain, reflex points and facial circulation to totally soothe the body. Tensions in the neck, shoulders, and face are freed and energy is rebalanced from head to toe.
❯ Ayurveda KeshaSoundarya (hair care) is the conditioning treatment for your hair using various herbal powders and pastes.
❯ Ayurveda PadaSoundarya (Feet) is an Ayurvedic foot treatment using various herbal pastes, decorations and creams.
❯ Ayurveda HasthaSoundarya (hands) is an Ayurvedic herbal treatment for enhancing the youthfulness of your hands and arms performed using various herbal pastes, decoctions and creams.
Ayurvedic Massage Therapy Training Course is open:
For wellness spa, resorts, estheticians, doctors, nurses, therapists and those willing to work in the field of ayurvedic massage. It provides participants theoretical and many hands on practicals in the field of Ayurvedic massage therapy. The training program used in this course are based on traditional and ancient ayurveda principles from India, known as the land of Ayurveda. The course is highly beneficial both to enhance personal skills in the field of Ayurvedic massage and provide Ayurveda lifestyle knowledge for self-healthcare.
The course will teach you Abhyanga Massage, Takradhara, Udvarthana, Nasya, Patra Pinda Sweda and Ayurvedic Beauty Therapy. The course offer genuine opportunity to any one; especially for the therapists, health workers and professionals in health and wellness services and industry. A certificate will be provided to you after successful completion of the course or workshop.
Certified Ayurvedic Massage Therapist
For “Certification” to Practice Ayurveda massage therapies and apply the principles of Ayurveda in their own communities as a public or private health professional – participants must have completed a medically-related degree such as, but not limited to, nursing, midwifery, physical therapy and medical technology.
- For “Completion” to practice the principles of Ayurveda Therapist – participants are any interested individuals who wish to learn and practice Ayurveda day-by-day and apply as a special skill for work and in their own homes or with circle of friends.
Each course participant shall be individually evaluated by our panel of Experts and our Program Director to being qualified as “Certified Ayurvedic Massage Therapist” prior to being given the expressed permission to work with communities and clients
Learning content in this Ayurvedic massage therapy training workshop:
❯ Abhyanga massage (full body massage)
❯ Shiro Abhyanga (head massage)
❯ Padabhyanga (foot massage)
❯ Takradhara, Udvarthana, Nasya, Patra Pinda & Beauty Therapy
❯ Treatment Room & Tray Preparation
❯ Theory and Practical Examination
Duration: 3 weeks
Cost: Php 75,000/Person
Course Description: The Ayurveda Lifestyle Teacher Training Course is based on the principle that it is possible to thrive yourself physically, emotionally and economically while sharing your deepest heart’s passion. This program will give you all the basics of Ayurveda lifestyle, as well as the business principles needed to be an effective Ayurveda lifestyle teacher. It is an intensive course include both Ayurveda and yoga theory and practical session. This training program will introduce the vast body of knowledge of life that is Ayurveda, and explain the basic theoretical principles, stating with philosophical foundation, leading up to the theories of traditional Ayurveda health science.
Course Design: The Ayurveda Lifestyle Teacher Training Course is a 150-hour trainers training sessions that introduces Ayurveda, its history and the branches, with focus on Ayurveda philosophy, Vagbhata Sutras, Dinacharya (daily routine), Dosha assessment and Ayurveda clinic observation- for students to observe and assist the doctors and therapists for Ayurveda Panchakarma treatments and the Ayurvedic management of few common non-communicable diseases, which includes natural home remedies, home care, and self-help therapies and healing methods. Knowledge of essential medicinal plants, then how to use home spices and local herbs as healthy and healing food. There will also be Ayurveda cooking demonstration of proper and healthy food preparation.
Ayurveda’s ancient twin – Yoga – will be taken up in the course, and practiced as part of a healthy Ayurvedic lifestyle. This involves basic Yoga asanas or postures that include the full sequence of surya namaskar or sun salutation, plus mediation and pranayama or Yogic breathing, as tools for healing and restore health and balance. Level 2 will elaborate more deep in to the same subjects. It is a gateway into the world of Yoga for healing, beyond asana and beyond the studio.
Every graduate is encouraged to setup, promote and facilitate “Ayurveda Lifestyle Class” that would lead people to apply the concepts and principles of Ayurveda Self-healthcare. Shanti Institute of Ayurveda is dedicated to providing support services on continuing Ayurveda education and training, business development and marketing networks for building self-sufficient families and communities free from poverty and sickness.
Each course participant shall be individually evaluated by our panel of Experts and our Program Director to being qualified as “Certified Ayurveda Lifestyle Teacher” prior to being given the expressed permission to work with families, communities and clients.
Learning objectives and scope of practice on completion of this course: the Graduates of Ayurveda Lifestyle Teachers are able to:
❯ Identify common health issues, preventable diseases, family and community members are commonly exposed to and its adverse effects on their livelihood, family and social life.
❯ Explain the changes in lifestyle in generations and its relationship with the emerging health issues including fast food, drug addiction, alcoholism, smoking, and excessive use of IT.
❯ Explain basic concepts, principles, philosophy of Ayurveda and its importance of Ayurveda lifestyle education to reduce common diseases.
❯ Conduct Ayurveda lifestyle consultations – analyze & determine client’s dosha/body constitution
❯ Prepare Ayurvedic daily routine & diet chart according to dosha.
❯ Learn how to set up kitchen pharmacy at home and herbal garden at your backyard
❯ Conduct Ayurvedic cooking class – explain Ayurvedic dietary and nutrition principles and demonstrate some food preparations according to Ayurvedic principles. Use locally available natural ingredients, grains, vegetables, oils, herbs and spices for cooking.
❯ Offer guidance on Ayurvedic home remedies & Yoga exercise for common diseases.
❯ Conduct “Ayurveda Lifestyle Class” to educate family members and communities on Ayurveda lifestyle for improving health and increasing happiness.
Ayurveda Lifestyle Teacher Training Course is open to the following individuals:
Ayurveda Lifestyle Teacher Training Course targets primarily yoga teachers, healthy lifestyle practitioners, health professionals, physicians, nurses, life coaches, physical therapists and bodywork therapists who wish to learn, practice and intend to apply these theories into professional Ayurveda Lifestyle teaching practice for self-healthcare, holistic healing and healthy living. A certificate will be provided to you after successful completion of the course or workshop.
Duration: 3 weeks
Cost: Php 75,000/Person
Course Description: The program aims to provide a professional training for those who are aspiring to become Panchakarma Therapists of Ayurveda. The program will teach Panchakarma Therapy covering all aspects of Ayurveda massage therapies and treatments. This course involves both theoretical studies and extensive practical to understand the traditional Ayurveda therapies practiced in India. The course targets primarily nurses, physical therapists, life coaches, bodywork therapists and Ayurvedic lifestyle practitioners who wish to learn this ancient Ayurvedic therapy system and intend to apply these theories into professional practice
Course Design: The Ayurveda Panchakarma Therapist Certification Course is a 150-hour trainers training sessions that introduces Ayurveda, its history and the branches, with focus on Panchakarma treatments: Panchakarma massages therapies, biology, different Ayurvedic massage therapies pathology and pharmaceuticals in Ayurveda, different uses of medicinal herbs, preparation of oils and Ayurvedic medicines, identification of different constitution of the body and corresponding treatments. Level 2 will elaborate more deep in to the same subjects.
There will also be a kitchen demonstration of using home spices and local herbs for proper and healthy food preparation and the Ayurvedic management of few common non-communicable diseases, which includes Ayurveda home remedies, Yoga therapy, food and nutrition. Each Therapist will learn Ayurvedic Panchakarma treatment to handle each ailments. This is opportunity for you to learn a new set of skills and new perspective. Hands on Panchakarma massage steps will mould you into a professional Ayurveda Therapist.
Each course participant shall be individually evaluated by our panel of Experts and our Program Director to being qualified as “Certified Ayurveda Panchakarma Therapist” prior to being given the expressed permission to work with communities and clients.
Ayurvedic Panchakarma Therapist Certification Course is open to the following individuals:
For those who are willing to work in Ayurvedic Clinic, Hospital, Wellness Spa, and Health Resorts. It provides participants theoretical and many hands-on practicals in the field of Ayurvedic Panchakarma Treatments. The training program used in this course are based on the traditional and ancient Ayurveda principles and practices. The course is highly beneficial both to enhance personal skills in the field of Ayurveda Panchakarma treatment for healing and lifestyle knowledge for self-health care.
The course will teach you the Ayurvedic Panchakarma treatment such as Abhyanga Massage, Takradhara,Udvarthana, Nasya, Patra Pinda Sweda, etc. The course offers genuine opportunity to any one; specially for the therapists, health workers and professionals in Ayurvedic clinic, wellness spa and holistic health services and industry. A certificate will be provided to you after successful completion of the course.
Certified Ayurveda Panchakarma Therapist
- For “Certification” to practice Ayurvedic Massage and Panchakarma therapy and apply the principles of Ayurveda in their own communities as a public or private health professional- participants must have completed ac medically –related degree such as, but not limited to nursing, midwifery, physical therapy and medical technology.
- For “Completion” to practice the principles of Ayurveda Panchakarma Therapy- participants are any interested individual who wish to learn and practice Ayurveda Panchakarma treatment and apply as a special skill for work and in their own homes or with circle of friends.
Each course participant shall be individually evaluated by our panel of Experts and our Program Director to being qualified as “Certified Ayurveda Panchakarma Therapist” prior to being given the expressed permission to work with communities and clients.
Learning content in this Panchakarma Therapist training:
❯ Introduction to Ayurveda and its Principles
❯ Introduction to Prakriti and Dosha
❯ Theory and Practical Sessions on Ayurveda Panchakarma
❯ Theory and Practical Sessions on Ayurveda Beauty Therapy
❯ Treatment Room & Tray Preparation
❯ Pharmacy Operations
❯ Theory and Practical Examination
Training fee includes:
Certificate : Certificate upon completion of the course
Trainers: Our faculty is composed of highly qualified team of experienced Ayurveda doctors, academic background as BAMS from India, Ayurveda Lifestyle Teachers and Ayurveda Chefs in designing and conducting learner centered training involving participatory active learning approach. We provide complete training material including reading materials, books, herbs and oils.
Gurukula School : Shanti Institute of Ayurveda is the Gurukula School for ALL FOR ALL (Ayurveda Lifestyle & Leadership) Education which is committed to provide you the highest quality, ancient Indian Gurukula system of teaching and coaching. We provide training on different aspects of Ayurveda both at the beginners and advanced level for common people as well as health professionals. At SIA, we have designed ALL FOR ALL Education with a highly practical approach. We offer this training education program to anyone who is interested in acquiring these knowledge and skills. The course is designed to combine both Ayurveda theories and practical sessions to deepen your understanding of Ayurveda and the various techniques, treatments and massage therapies.
Training Venue: Vagbhata Sutra Series: ALL FOR ALL (Ayurveda Lifestyle & Leadership) Education Program can be customized training program organized at the venue provided by group sponsors.
For detail information on ALL FOR ALL Education, please visit our website: https://shantiayurveda.ph/training institute.