Ayurveda Health Coach – diploma course

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Promote health and wellbeing from an Ayurvedic perspective–by giving individual consultations and treatment advice to clients on diet, lifestyle, yoga, meditation, herbs, spices and Ayurvedic therapies according to their specific constitutions or imbalances.

Promote health and wellbeing from an Ayurvedic perspective–by giving individual consultations and treatment advice to clients on diet, lifestyle, yoga, meditation, herbs, spices and Ayurvedic therapies according to their specific constitutions or imbalances.

  • Offer seminars, workshops and presentations to groups
  • Develop your own private practice
  • Add knowledge of Ayurveda to your current list of therapies
  • Work alongside other health professionals in an integrated therapy clinic
  • Know your professional capacity – when to treat and when to hand on to the medical or other health professions.

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25th May, 2018 5:00 PM   through   27th May, 2018 5:00 PM
Dru UK
Nant Ffrancon
Bethesda
Snowdonia, Gwynedd LL57 3LX
United Kingdom
Phone: 01248 602 900
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Deposit - non-refundable £ 100.00
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Course dates:

25-27 May 2018 (module 1)

21-28 July 2018 (module 2)

22-29 Sept. 2018 (module 3)

9-16 March 2019 (module 4)

3-5 May 2019 (module 5)

6 or 7 May 2019 (assessments)



Assessments:  May 2019



Tuition fees: £2,160 GBP

Food & Accommodation: £1,600 GBP

Assessment day £160 GBP (incl. food and accomm.)



For more information please call Shona Sutherland

01372 725327 or email london@druworldwide.com.



 

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Entry requirements: completion of the Dru Ayurveda Certificate Course a basic understanding of anatomy and physiology



Course structure:

1 x 2-day module

3 x 7-day modules

1 x 2-day module

1 x assessment day at the end of the course.



Contact hours: 180

Non-contact hours: 40 (case studies and home study)

Homework requirements: 4 hand in pieces of work

Case studies: 8

Continual assessment: on course work and observation and consultation skills and understanding of correct application of nutrition  and herbs for the doshas

Exam: Written theory and practical clinical assessment

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Tuition fees: £2,160 GBP

Food & Accommodation: £1,600 GBP

Assessment day £160 GBP (incl. food and accomm.)



For more information please call Shona Sutherland

01372 725327 or email london@druworldwide.com.

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"Thank you all so much! I love this life-enriching and balance-promoting wisdom." S.K. (personal assistant)



"A very fascinating course. What we have learned in just 2 days can certainly transform our lives! Escellent teaching; I'm inspired and empowered to implement this healing science. BRILLIANT!!"

S.R. (retired teacher)



"I have really enjoyed learning about another approach to lifting my level of health up higher. The teaching team make it very accessible and interesting as well as interactive. Thank you." L.B. (shop manager)



"This module was amazing. It was educational and fun.I learned loads which I can put in to practice straight away. Thank you." H.C. (therapist)



"Fantastic course! Both enlightening and nurturing." H.S. (teacher)

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Module 1 – Foundation Principles (book 1)



Introduction and overview of the course

Doshas, dhatus, agni, malas, mind and senses, soul

Balances and imbalances

 

Historic background

Where Ayurveda fits in to the vedic sciences

Ayurveda, Jyotish, Vaastu, Yoga

The 4 main vedas

The 6 vedic philosophies (incl. Samkhya)

The main ayurvedic scriptures - greater triad and lesser triad

Chatuspada - the 4 pillars of the ayurvedic medical system

Mind, body, soul tripod

The Pancha Koshic Model

 

Vata, Pitta and Kapha

The dominant principle, properties, characteristics, location, general functions and actions of vata, pitta and kapha

 

Stages of life

Childhood

Mid-life

Growing old

 

The organs of the body

 

Therapeutics


The effect the 6 tastes have on the tissues

Chikitsa

Shodana and Shamana - categories of treatment

The therapeutic qualities of a plant - roots, bark, leaves, seeds, flowers

 

Practical

How to adjust kitcharee to the different doshas



 



Module 2 – Vata, Pitta and Kapha in-depth

(books 2,3 and 4)



Vata, Pitta and Kapha in-depth

Sub-doshas and their relationship to each other

Signs of balanced and imbalanced vata, pitta and kapha

Excess and deficiency, how to treat bi-dosha and tri-dosha

Diet and lifestyle for vata, pitta and kapha

Designing a meal for vata, pitta and kapha using the 6 tastes

How to adjust the meal for the other doshas

Herbs and spices for vata, pitta and kapha

Non-suppression of natural urges

 

How the seasons and the times of the day affect the doshas

 

Lifestyle recommendations for each season

 

Beneficial therapies for vata, pitta and kapha


 

The 20 gunas

Virya, vipaka and prabahva

Herbs and spices – forms of preparation

 

Creating dosha pacifying recipes, food and meal plans

 

Swasthasya - how to perfect health

Nidana – classification of illness – the models

Aturasya – what to do when you have become ill

 

Therapeutic skills

Observation skills

Categories of diagnosis

3 fold - 6 fold - 8 fold

time as a diagnostic tool

Tongue diagnosis revisited

Consultation skills - theory

 

Practical

Therapeutic recipes and cooking for vata, pitta and kapha

Ayurvedic foot massage

Creating an ayurvedic assessment form



 



Module 3 - (books 5, 6, 7 & 8)

 



The 7 Kalas

 

Dhatus

Symptoms of too much, too little, deranged dhatus

Treatment of the dhatus, too much, too little, deranged

Herbs and spices for the dhatus

Secondary tissues, upadhatus

The doshas in the dhatus

Effect of the 6 tastes on the tissues

 

Prana, Tejas & Ojas


Apara Ojas & Para Ojas

Herbs and spices for Ojas

Prana, Tejas & Ojas - too much, too little

 

The disease process

6 stages of disease revisited

Disease and tendencies for V,P & K

Weighing factors that aggravate the doshas

How a dosha moves through the disease process

Recognising the dosha in stage of illness in the dhatus

The 3 disease pathways

Causes of disease (Hetu)

The 4 prognoses of disease

Disease examination list

Specific diseases & their treatment

 

Srotas

Srotas revisited

Srotas correspondence with organs

Illnesses of the srotas

The 14 systems

Herbs and spices to treat the srotas

 

The practitioner’s scope of practice

 

Malas


The 9 excretory orifices

Malas - balanced and imbalanced

 

Therapeutic skills

Pulse diagnosis revisited

Pulse & dhatus

Pulse & organs

Establishing a pulse diary

 

Practical

Cookery sessions

Consultation skills, role play, case studies

 

Homework

Create a consultation form

 



Module 4 - (books 9, 10 & 11)



Ayurvedic treatments

Panchakarma

Ayurvedic and yogic cleansing Shat Karma

Rasayana - rejuvenation

Massage therapies - summary of indications and contra indications of massage therapies for each dosha

 

Specific diseases and their treatment

 

Herbs & spices

 

Science of Pancha Bhuta Vidya

Purification, protection, sacredness

 

Ayurveda and the mind

The 3 gunas

Disease tendencies of the 3 gunas

Doshas and gunas - mental natures

Spiritual ayurveda, mind, body & soul, health & real health

The 4 levels of the mind (Chitta, Manas, Ahamkara, Buddhi)

Artha, Kama, Dharma, Moksha

Treatments for the mind

Non suppression of emotions

Prajnaparadha, intelligence & disease

 

Sound therapy

Healing mantras

 

Ayurveda and Yoga

The sister sciences

Revisit Yoga from Certificate Course

How to run an ayurvedic business



Practical

Case studies

Cookery sessions

Consultation skills - practitioners intuition, advanced diagnosis, how to deepen intuition

 



Module 5 - Assessment days



 

Record the start dates of all the sessions (days/weekends/modules) in this teacher training course.

If a weekend/module starts in the evening, use that day as the start date.


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