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Ayurveda Medicine, June2009
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Ayurveda Medicine, June2009


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  • 1. Ayurveda Medicine Miembro y representante de: Copyright © Version 11.June.2009 1 Ayurveda-Today Program
  • 2. Vedas: A Body of Knowledge
    • Knowledge (unwritten ) sensed and felt by seers of India Millennial
    Programa 2009 Ayurveda-Today
    • How the Body has been set:
    • Jyothisham , astrology (the eyes)
    • Siksha , phonics and sounds of the Vedas (the nose)
    • Vyakaram , grammar of the Vedas (the face)
    • Niruktham , Vedic words and sounds (the ears)
    • Kalpam , sacrifices, rituals and the Dharma (the hands)
    • Chanda , richis and sages (feet)
  • 3. The Chaturvedas
    • How to split the knowledge (written) from the Vedas:
      • Rig , mantras and songs
      • Sama , and sound basis of Prana
      • Yajur , transforming action of Yoga
      • Atharva , mantras additional conditions to protect the health and psychological basis of Ayurveda .
    Programa 2009 Ayurveda-Today Tablets with inscriptions in Sanskrit
  • 4. Understanding Ayurveda
    • It is said that Ayurveda is the science ( Veda ) of living a long life ( Ayuso ) healthy. Science of Life
    • The human being is immersed in the creation and thus interacts with the environment they live ( Vastu ) with the people they live, even with the celestial bodies that make up our Universe (Astrology).
    • In this way the health of human beings is governed by all these factors and many others.
    • The human being is part of a whole that is Creation. But it is a universe in itself
    Programa 2009 Ayurveda-Today
  • 5. The Originality of Life
    • Some people have an unhealthy lifestyle, and sick.
    • There are people who get sick even with a healthy lifestyle.
    • Others are "see sound" no matter what you do.
    • While some people remain healthy, with only a healthy lifestyle.
    • What explains this? What depends on achieving health? These and other questions are answered in Ayurveda.
    Programa 2009 Ayurveda-Today
  • 6. Ayurveda: a comprehensive science
    • To address the complexity and uniqueness of human beings requires a science that incorporates many skills and disciplines.
    • Study and practice Ayurveda, involves knowing science as diverse as:
        • Ayurvedic lifestyles
        • Yoga
        • Vastu Sastra
        • Vedic Astrology
        • Asthanga Ayurveda
    • The student of Ayurveda would be tempted to specialize in a certain area, and therefore could only make recommendations in that area, neglecting the others.
    Programa 2009 Ayurveda-Today
    • The 8 parts of Ayurveda
    • Kaya chikitsa - Internal Medicine
    • Shalakya Tantra - Diseases of the head and neck
    • Shalya - Surgery
    • Agada Tantra - Treatment of poisoning
    • Kaumarbhritya - Pediatrics
    • Rasayana - Rejuvenation
    • Vajikarana - Aphrodisiacs
    • Bhutavidya – Psychology
    Programa 2009 Ayurveda-Today
  • 8. Ayurveda: a comprehensive science
    • As it is difficult to cover all the disciplines that make up the Ayurveda, is essential to have a close relationship with the practitioners of the various Ayurvedic and this involves being able to work in an interdisciplinary team.
    Programa 2009 Ayurveda-Today
  • 9. Creditable Ayurvedic Therapies
    • All types of Ayurvedic massage, including Indian Head massage, reflexology, etc..
    • Ayurvedic Nutrition
    • Ayurvedic Herbal Treatments
    • All types of Yoga
    • All types of meditation
    • Pranayama
    • Sound therapy
    • Recitation of prayers and mantras
    Programa 2009 Ayurveda-Today
  • 10. Creditable Ayurvedic Therapies
    • Painting Mandala and Sacred Geometry
    • Chrome-therapy
    • Crystal therapy
    • Therapy based on the energy Shaktis (empowerment energy)
    • Rituals of healing based on the Vedic scriptures
    • Conscious Work
    • Vedic Astrology
    • Vastu Sastra
    Programa 2009 Ayurveda-Today
    • Possible routes of accreditation:
    • International Association for Ayurvedic Healing Arts *
    • Mai Bhago Ayurvedic Medical College and Hospital, via Program-Today Ayurveda (India).
  • 11. Selection of Therapy
    • As can be seen in many Ayurveda therapies.
    • And as each person is unique.
    • The therapist should feel what Ayurvedic therapy or therapies will be appropriate, accepted and followed by the user.
    • Because the prescription of therapy will not benefit anybody, if not followed.
    Programa 2009 Ayurveda-Today
  • 12. Role of the Therapist
    • Every therapist should know:
      • The user to make changes for themselves, when ready.
      • That their role will be to assist in this process, with the inspiration and knowledge of Ayurveda.
      • That as a therapist, you should do is not really healing.
      • A therapist who is an intermediary or channel that helps to awaken the True Healer we all have inside us
    Programa 2009 Ayurveda-Today
  • 13. Implementation of Ayurveda
    • Learn more about ourselves as spiritual beings having a human experience.
    • To get some time to "dissolve" the illusion of separation and to achieve integration at One .
    Programa 2009 Ayurveda-Today
    • Ayurveda serves to:
    • Live a long healthy life.
    • Preparing the body, being healthy physically and mentally, to achieve better practice of meditation, through the purification of oneself, achieving a balance between the Doshas and through the practice of yoga.
    • Why all this?
    • What is the real purpose beyond these practices?
  • 14. Implementation of Ayurveda
    • Help you traverse our evolutionary path;
    • Help us to remember: who we really are-spiritual beings incarnated in a physical body, to have a human experience;
    • Help to answer: what incarnate, where we come from and where are we going, thus ...
    • Help in the evolution of humanity and our world.
    • There is no separation - is an illusion, we are all part of ONE
    Programa 2009 Ayurveda-Today
  • 15. Institutionalization
    • Define project Ayurveda Clinic
    • Developing Technical Training Center Project Ayurveda
    • Developing Library and Publishing Ayurveda Center
    • Develop Project Pilot Station
    • Develop Warehouse Ayurvedic products distributor
    • Constitute Gremial Association, Association of Ayurvedic Medicine in Chile,
    Programa 2009 Ayurveda-Today To properly define the Ayurvedic Institutions, Developments sequence deduced from the experience of the Director Ayurveda (India) Ayurveda Program-Today is:
  • 16. Improvement Plan
    • Estimated annual enrollment of students (by counterparty Chile), regular visits to project from India.
    • Define (by counterparty India): content, duration and estimated value of:
        • Diploma in Chile, to train faculty
        • Internship in India accredited institution, students and scholars
        • Medical Ayurveda Tours India recognized.
    • Creating Corporation Ayurveda-Today in Chile
    • Drafting and signing of formal letter of statement of intent by the Provisional Directors of the Corporation (in formation) to start formal talks with accredited institutions of India.
    • Define financial structure of the program.
    Programa 2009 Ayurveda-Today Begin professional development in medicine Ayurveda, with involvement of Universities accredited in India, means access to:
  • 17. The individual business decision
    • Ayurvedic market demand (potential number of hits a week)
    • Availability of ancillary services (Dietician, Herbs, Panchakarma)
    • Rental value of office consultation
    • Value of the consultation
    Programa 2009 Ayurveda-Today The commercial aspects Students must learn to and assessing their participation:
  • 18. Personal decision
    • Philosophical aspect
    • Ayurveda involves communicating and teach lifestyles for everyone.
    • Educate in the family, at work, at school ... in society.
    • Ayurveda practice implies a readiness to modify the style of life to become an Acarya, vocational education by example.
    Programa 2009 Ayurveda-Today
  • 19. Academics Required Programa 2009 Ayurveda-Today
    • Health Professionals with Diplomas accredited Ayurveda-Today and Institutions of India recognized:
        • Naturopath Ayurveda
        • Dietitian Ayurveda
        • Herbalist Ayurveda
        • Panchakarma Therapist
  • 20. Naturopathic program Ayurveda Programa 2009 Ayurveda-Today Ayurveda Practitioner Program
      • Ayurvedutpatti Evam Darshana
      • Ayurveda Basic Anatomy
      • Physiology Ayurveda
      • Ayurvedic Pharmacology
      • Ayurvedic Pathology
      • Diagnostic tools in Ayurveda
      • Ayurveda Treatments
      • Ayurveda Panchakarma Therapy
      • Massage techniques
      • Ayurvedic Therapies
      • Internship in India Content
  • 21. Ayurveda Dietitian Program Ayurveda Dietitian Program
      • Ayurvedutpatti Evam Darshana
      • Ayurveda Basic Anatomy
      • Physiology Ayurveda
      • Ayurvedic principles of diet
    • Shadras, 6 flavors, and its role in the body, Viry, exothermic and endothermic food, the 20 principles of the diet, the 8 command ayurveda diet. Analogies with modern concepts of Dietetics    5 . Planning the diet based on Prakruti
      • The Prakruti, physiological, psychological, determination, application of Prakruti in Dietetics
      • 6. Food details and its effect on the body
      • Classifications of food Panchvidh Anna Kalpana, daily life, administration Season
      • The concept of Ayurveda Pathya-Apathay
      • Incompatible foods (Viruddha Aahara), type Pathya Diseases and Apathay. Herbal Supplements. Contents
  • 22. Ayurveda Herbal Program Programa 2009 Ayurveda-Today
      • Ayurvedutpatti Evam Darshana
      • Ayurveda Basic Anatomy
      • Physiology Ayurveda
      • Ayurvedic Pharmacology
    Ayurvedic Herbalist Program
    • Knowledge of individual Ayurvedic herbs. We discuss more than 250 herbs and spices with different indications
    • Western herbs. It gives knowledge about the basic principles of Western herbs in relation to Ayurvedic ideology.
    • Internship in India
  • 23. Panchakarma Therapist Program
    • Full working knowledge of procedures
    • Panchakarma and Ayurvedic Keraliya.
    • Personal experience of all procedures.
    • Preparation of medicines required by the Various Panchakarma therapies.
    • List of drugs, herbs and oils, with their Indications for different conditions and Panchakarma procedures.
    • Massage techniques and therapeutic applications. Consultation Ayurvedic learning, such as naturopathic Ayurverda
    • Internship in India
    • Eligibility Criteria:
    • This course is for those who have completed the basic program and demonstrate adequate knowledge of Ayurveda.
    Panchakarma Therapist Program Contents
  • 24. Academic Support
    • Courses in Santiago are received by mail.
    • Home Ayurveda Practitioner Program: August 10 2009
    • For each level (numbered each topic) for a maximum duration of 3 months.
    • Coordinated regular meetings are held in Santiago, in which shared learning, queries and experiences.
    • These meetings help in forming teams and planning Care Stations.
    • Workshop with Professor 2 weeks in Chile: October-November 2009
    Professor : Dr. Pardeep Sharma Coordinator : Dr. Miguel Córdova
  • 25.
    • Namaste
    Programa 2009 Ayurveda-Today Ayurveda-Today Program [email_address] Contacts Dr. Miguel Córdova M. (Chile) Dr. Pardeep Sharma. (India)