Dravya module 201. Continuing from Block 2.
Teacher: Manjulali, Dr Priyanka Rajan
Basic Anatomy & Physiology for Ayurveda Students 30 Hrs/7 Lessons
Pre requisites: Admission into the program
Synopsis: The student will learn a basics of human body systems and their correlation with Ayurveda system of seven Dhatus, srotas and doshas.
Lesson 1: Introduction to western anatomy vs Ayurvedic anatomy
Lesson 2: Ayurvedic Perspective on all the systems in the body, Tissues and Membranes
Lesson 3: Ayurvedic Perspective on Cardiovascular system and Lymphatic System
Lesson 4: Ayurvedic Perspective Endocrine System, Musculoskelel system
Lesson 5: Ayurvedic Perspective on Nervous System
Lesson 6: Ayurvedic Perspective on urinary system
Lesson 7: Ayurvedic Perspective on Pain and Headaches
Grades 70% to pass
- Teacher: Monika Singhal
As Ayurveda grows popularity in the US, the majority of Ayurveda program graduates choose to take an entrepreneurial role and open their own business. This module is specially designed to support the Ayurveda entrepreneur in the US with some basic business education. Real-time and best practice lessons from existing entrepreneurs will enhance the student's knowledge.
- Teacher: Pundit Atul Krishna Das
*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)