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NEW Link for the workspace website
by Manjulali Dasi - Thursday, 29 June 2017, 3:29 PM

Message from Atul Krishna.

Please use the https and not www when putting in the site link. The workspace (*learnning management system) link now is:

Google and Firefox flag websites that use www and not https as insecure. So, we have moved our sites to HTTPS. If anyone sees a 'security' sign to use https, please make sure you  use the correct links above.

If any question, please contact pt. Atul.

Atul Iao
Email notifications
by Atul Krishna - Tuesday, 11 April 2017, 8:38 AM

We've recently had some problems with email notifications not going out. This should hopefully be resolved. If you are not receiving email notifications on postings to the LMS, you might still need to check your spam folder to see if the incoming messages were incorrectly filed as junk mail.

Thank you for your patience!

Yours in service, Atul

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Feb and March 2017 Workshop Videos
by Manjulali Dasi - Thursday, 30 March 2017, 9:32 AM

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Latest Cooking Videos- Rice and Mung bean crepe (dosa)
by Manjulali Dasi - Monday, 28 November 2016, 7:35 PM

New Cooking Videos by Atul

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Updated LMS (Workspace)
by Manjulali Dasi - Tuesday, 22 November 2016, 4:34 PM

Hello and Namaste All,

Hope everyone is having a beautiful Thanksgiving week and weekend. No classes this week.

We have updated the workspace LMS (Learning Management System). If you find any link not working-let me know and we will try to fix it.

Hari om,


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by Manjulali Dasi - Thursday, 23 June 2016, 9:05 AM

There are no online classes till July 30th. College closed for summer.

If you have assignments that you need to submit-you can submit via Google Drive to

July 29th-Orientation for new Block 2 counselor.

July 30th-Ayurvedic Herbology

July 31st-Orientation for new Block 1 (level 1 Track B)

Available courses


This group of co urses It has the following Sections - Introduction to Ayurveda, (AC101-50 Hours), Svastha Vritta 101 (Daily and Seasonal Routine), Tridoshas 101, Ahara 101 (Ayurvedic Nutrition, Agni (Digestive Fire)


Concept of Prana, Ayurvedic Myplate, Ayurvedic Nutrition Label, Comparison of Western and Ayurvedic concepts of Nutrition, Foods, Recipes, Churnas and Chutneys for Vata, Pitta, Kapha, Balancing Agni and Vkrti. Sattva, Tamas and Rajas in Food. Concept of Agni (Digestive Fire) Jatharagni and three states of Jatharagni. Assess your own state of Agni. *Introduction to Agni Imbalances in Ayurveda. Concept of Ama and Mala. Ayurvedic Support for Ajirna(Indigestion), Amlapitta(Acid Reflux), Malavistambha(Constipation). 

  • Student will be able to list the three doshas, location of sub doshas, their function and their importance. Student shall understand Vata, Pitta and Kapha doshas-functional and structural differences and will be able to use this to fill a dosha assessment form. for different populations
Rasa Dhatu and imbalances, Rakta Dhatuand imbalances, Mamsa Dhatuand imbalances, Lymphatic System, Circulatory System, Muscular System, Pranavaha Srotas, (Pandu, Sleep Apnea, Kasha) Annavaha Srotas, (IBS, Celiac, Acid Reflux, Constipation, Diarheoa, Flatulence), Block 2 Agni - Jatharagni Review, 5 Bhutagnis - liver enzymes, 20 gunas and bhutagnis, 7 Dhatu agnis, Creation of Dhatus and creation of Ojas. RV Srotas, Raktavaha Srotas, Mamsavaha Srotas. Review- Meda, Majja, Asthi, Shukra - Anatomy and Physiology (Home module). Finish the Workbook in order to get a sign off for AWP 600 Hours
Ayurveda and the Mind-Introduction, Location, manovaha srotas, Mahasrota, citta and manasa, atma, Consciousness-in living beings.Manasa Prakrti-Sattva, Rajas, and Tamasa. manovaha srotas and brain.Sadhaka Pitta, Prana Vata and connexion to Mind, Pancha Koshas and Chakras-Definition, location, function and relation to manasa, Disorders Nidra Disorders Manasa Disorders Vishada Cikitsa Ahara-Dosha Specific, Guna Specific (Rajasa, Tamasa and Sattvik) Vihara- Sound Therapy (Mantra Meditation, Kirtan), Dhyana, Pranayama, Yoga, Mindful Walking or Japa walks, Shiroabhyanga, Shirodhara Dravya-Herbs for the Mind (Brahmi, Ashwagandha, Tulsi, Rose, Lavender, Lemonbalm, Bhringaraja, Jatamansi), Aromatherapy Counseling Interview techniques, active and passive listening Setting Smart (Specific, measurable, achievable, Realistic timebound goals) objectives Expectations Scope of counseling Creation of Boundaries Dual relationships Signing of forms
*Block 1 Track B Ahara 101 Review
*Ayurvedic Nutrition and other Holistic Health Models, Review Western Model, *Ahara for Prana, ojas, agni, review agni disorders- ajirna, atisara, grahani, vibandha, Annavaha srota, Purishavaha srota, Ambuvaha srota, creation of chyle or ahara rasa.
Rasa Panchadi- Shad Rasas, Anu rasas, Virya, Vipaka, Prabhava, Guna and Karma, Classification of Ahara - Phala Varga (fruits), Shaka and Harita Varga (Vegetables and Greens), Sneha Varga (oils), Shami Varga (Lentils), Shuka Varga (Grains), Gorasa (dairy), Ikshu vikar (Honey, Jaggery), Kruttan (Methodology of Ayurvedic Cooking), Ambu varga (Water), Influence of Tamas and Rajas Food, Offering Food with mantras.
(Review, Function of GI Tract, list and define Carbohydrates, Fats, Lipids, Cholesterol, Process of Digestion and Agni, Imbalances and Metabolite Disorders and Ayurvedic Perspective)

D101 - is an introduction to Ayurvedic Herbs, and, presents the student with strong fundamentals of principles of Ayurvedic Energetics. The focus of this course within the scope of Counselor is single herbs and delivery of these herbs to dhatus, and, using them to support doshas, srotas and mind. 75 Hours

Introduction to Roga Nidan