Tuesday, 27 December 2016

Ayurveda and Panchakarma Therapy Courses

Panchakarma is Ayurveda's primary treatment. Panchakarma word means "five therapies". These therapies eliminate toxins from the body and purify it. Vamana, Virechana, Nasya, Basti and Raktamoskshana are the five therapies in panchakarma. These five therapies help to remove deep rooted stress and illness-causing toxins.
Shri Kaya Kalp offers affordable yet comprehensive Ayurveda and Panchakarma Courses. Ayurveda uses a holistic approach to life and health instead of analytical approach. Ayurveda not only cure the disease but also ensure good health.

Date and Fees Structure:

16th January 2017, 6th March 2017 and 1st May 2017
one week: Rs. 18000/-
two weeks: Rs 30000/-
four weeks: Rs. 48000/-

In one week course, students will be given theory classes on Introduction to Ayurveda, Basic Principles of Ayurveda, prakriti analysis, basic herbs and oils used etc. and practical sessions on Seven Body Positions in Massages, Abhyangam, shiro abhyangam,Shirodhara, Elakizhi , podikizhi and herbal steam bath etc.

In two week course, students will be given theory classes on Basic Principles of Ayurveda, Prakriti analysis, basic herbs and oils used, Introduction to Panchakarma Therapies and practical sessions on Head Massage, Shirodhara, Elakizhi, Podikizhi, Kati Vasti and Greeva vasti etc..

In the four-week, course students will be given theory classes on Basic Principles of Ayurveda, Bhaishjya Kalpana ( pharmacy) etc.and practical sessions on Pradhan Karma, Shirodhara, 7 body positions in different therapiesAbhyangam, shiro abhyangam, Shirodhara, Elakizhi, podikizhi etc.

Who can apply?
  •     Yoga Instructors
  •     Naturopaths
  •     Aestheticians/ beauty therapists
  •     Massage Therapists
  •     Registered Nurses
  •     Nutritionists/Dietitians
  •     Acupuncturists
  •     Chiropractors
  •     Medical Doctors
  •     Ayurvedic doctors and
  •     other health care professionals

There are different ways students utilize their Ayurvedic education. Many of the students incorporate Ayurvedic knowledge in their current practice as physicians, nurses or therapists. Others start a career in manufacturing and selling various Ayurvedic products, while others start a health counseling practice. Even a home maker who wish to give good care to her family in a natural way can learn a lot from these courses.

Shri Kaya Kalp Ayurvedic Training Institute and Panchakarma Center is based in New Delhi, the capital city of India. Dr. Tarun Gupta, Senior Ayurvedic Consultant and Panchakarma Specialist having more than 14 years of experience is leading the team. The institute provides short term practical courses in Ayurveda, yoga and pranayama.

Mail us: kayakalpayur@gmail.com