Course Availability: Any time of the year at the convenience of the student. Eligibility: Basics of Ayurveda. Duration: 30 Days
Panchakarma is a set of five detoxification therapies prescribed to bring you back into balance. A patient being treated in Ayurveda is considered a purusha, not merely a body. A purusha is the total combination of body, mind, senses, and soul. The Ayurvedic doctor aims to achieve complete health for the patient, not just to suppress or alleviate troubling physical symptoms. The approach is to diagnose the root cause and eliminate it, allowing genuine healing to take place.
Ayurveda propounds the principle of natural balance within the body, and harmony with the environment. Modern life often violates the principles of natural living and leads to manifestation of disease. Panchakarma is a powerful detoxification and rejuvenation program that cleanses the body of toxins, enhances sensory functions and brings clarity of mind. Panchakarma not only uproots stubborn diseases from their base, but also restores your natural state of health through a complete revitalization.
The Panchakarma therapies require extensive training to administer and have a special role in the treatment of disease. The Ayurvedic Panchakarma Therapist program focuses on the causes of disease, the concept of Shodhana (detoxification), and expounds in detail on the five therapies – Vamana (therapeutic emesis), Virechana (therapeutic purgation), Vasti (therapeutic enema), Nasya (nasal therapy) and Raktamokshana (therapeutic blood-letting). The course also offers a clear insight into the fundamental principles of Ayurveda and their applications in healthcare.
The course enables you to educate your clients about the benefits of Ayurvedic healing therapies and lifestyle practices. You can also add value to your existent professional practice through counseling and providing appropriate Ayurvedic therapies. In addition, this course will enable you to:
Identify the different Ayurvedic Body Types
Recognize the root cause of diseases
Identify diseases and health conditions that require detoxification
Develop an intimate understanding of every aspect of your client’s physical, psychological and emotional nature to make an accurate diagnosis
Determine appropriate Panchakarma therapies for diseases
Perform the preliminary therapies prior to Panchakarma - Abhyanga (oil massage) and Svedana (fomentation)
Perform Vamana, Virechana, Anuvasana vasti, Asthapana vasti and Nasya.
Assist Ayurvedic physicans in the Panchakarma procedures.
Create a diet chart and schedule (Samsarjana karma) for the client in the post-Panchakarma period till restoration of health.
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“I came to Jiva to experience real Panchakarma. My teachers taught me every aspect of these therapies and I did a lot of practical activities too. I will use this knowledge to serve my patients bett
Rumi Sei, Ayurveda Practitioner, Japan
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