Ayurveda Doctor Medicine Level 1 Level 2 + Free Mudra Yoga Teaching FA54410
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The Ayurvedic Doctor Medicine Education is now available as online home teaching. Our Ayurvedic Studies Programs (SSMHG) is also to follow together with the complete KYTT Teaching
Ayurveda states that the purpose of life is to realize our true nature and to express this in one's daily life. The Ayurvedic Studies Programs (SSMHG) integrate the practical, philosophical, and spiritual insight of Ayurveda into professional training programs that support you in becoming an Ayurvedic professional capable of serving others in realizing their true nature and the expression of it in their daily life. This all you can learn as Homestudy International.
Ayurveda is the science of self-healing. Here, we recognize, that in order to support others in their healing, we must authentically engage in our own. As a student at The Ayurvedic Institute, you will be asked to engage in self-inquiry, grow in your understanding of self through an Ayurvedic perspective, and apply what you are learning to your own life. It is a program that will transform who you are, support you in realizing your true nature, and help you express that nature in the world. You learn everything about Ayurveda and after they complete training, you are Ayurveda Doctor.
Content Ayurveda Medicine Homestudy
Module 1,2,,3,4,5,6,7,8,9, 10, 11
The four Vedas
Shruti and Smriti
Part 1 Kapha
Part 1 Pitta
Part 1 Vata
Ayurveda and nutrition
Bhasma Pishti Kriyakala
Ayurvedic taste theory
Schedule about how the Dosha works
Working magazine + diagnosis
Five forms Vata
Structure of the human body
daily schedule VPK
Recipe for VPK in Balance
Agni concept Herbs
Eating rules digestion
Ama Dhatu Agni
Kitta and ama Kitchen ingredients
Pharmacology and Pharmacogrosion
Hemorrhoids and treatment
Acne and Treatment
Atrose and Treatment
Bladder Inflammation and Treatment
Bladder Inflammation and Treatment
Allergy and treatment
Bronchitis and treatment
Eczema and treatment
Gallstone and Treatment
Hair problems and treatment
Everything about blood pressure
Brain and mind
depression and treatment
Migraine and treatment
Fruit Cake Ayurveda
Impotence and treatment
MS and treatment support
Myomas and treatment
Rheumatism and treatment
Thyroid glands and treatment
Scleroderma and treatment
Tinnitus and Treatment Preparations
Bhasma and Pishti
List for VPK plants and their properties
Free Mudra Yoga Teaching
What does Mudra mean?
A mudra is a symbolic, ritualistic gesture used in yoga, Buddhism, and Hinduism. The word is Sanskrit meaning "gesture," "mark" or "seal." Mudras are most commonly known as hand positions in yoga and meditation, which are believed to affect the flow of energy in the body and unblock chakras.
There are numerous types of mudras. Each type is thought to have a specific effect on the body and mind by clearing the psychic centers and energy channels. Although hand mudras are the most common in yoga, there are also head, postural, lock, and perineal mudras.
Typically, mudras are performed alongside pranayama, in seated poses such as padmasana(lotus pose), vajrasana (thunderbolt pose) or sukhasana (easy pose).
Of the many types of hand mudras, some are as follows:
Prana Mudra: The middle and index fingers remain extended while the little finger, ring finger and thumb touch. This mudra is believed to increase vitality and activate the root chakra (Muladhara).
Gyan mudra: Also known as chin mudra, this is one of the most recognized of the mudras. The tip of the thumb and index finger touch with the palms facing upward. It is believed to reduce stress and relax the mind for meditation.
Jnana Mudra: With the palms facing up, the hands rest on the knees in the seated position. This mudra is believed to uplift the body and mind.
Linga mudra: Both hands are clasped in front of your body so the left thumb points upward and is encircled by the thumb and index finger of the right hand. This mudra is believed to generate heat in the body, thereby boosting the immune system.
Anjali mudra: The palms of both hands are placed in front of the chest in a prayer position. It is often employed at the beginning and end of a yoga class as a salutation.