One-week Ayurveda Introductory Course in Nepal, Kathmandu
Ayurveda introductory course in Nepal gives you the knowledge how to stay healthy physically and mentally. You can get the chance to experience the special detox therapies. We offer you some classes of yoga, pranayama, and meditation too. We help you to live yogic life during the class. If we combine yoga in Ayurveda treatment, the rate of healing increases. The course is the inclusive course of yoga, pranayama, philosophy, Ayurveda and theoretical aspects of all factors related to Ayurveda with experienced Ayurveda Doctors & Yoga instructors who are experts in Ayurveda, yoga, naturopath.
Ayurveda is the study of human health with the help of different herbs, minerals, and other techniques. The meaning of Ayur is the life and Veda means the knowledge so Ayurveda is the study of the knowledge which helps us to increase our life expectancy. The course is held in spiritual and peaceful natural environment. It can be the best opportunity to experience the proper diet to live happy and healthy. The Ayurveda introductory course in Nepal focuses on both aspects of health; preventive and curative.
This course helps you to understand the body system and importance of Ayurveda in your daily life. The main aim of Ayurveda is to help us to stay healthy and happy in our life. Ayurveda focuses on curing the diseases of the root cause. This is the ancient concept in Hindu philosophy but now every country wants to apply this Ayurvedic treatment system. It has no side effects and it can heal the diseases from the foundation of the cause.
In Ayurveda, three Doshas are very important. To be healthy, we have to balance these three Doshas. Ayurveda emphasises the harmony of body and mind. If we can balance both body and mind, we can achieve complete health. Diet and lifestyle are also the inseparable part of Ayurveda. Allopath fails to give preventive techniques properly but Ayurveda can provide us good preventive ways. Those ways are very effective to keep us physical and mental health. Ayurveda gives us the chance to live according to our real nature. The Ayurveda introductory course in Nepal can help you to find the best way to live perfectly. This gives us the knowledge how to balance our mind and body.
Without balancing our mind and body, we cannot get the real taste of health. The real health is not only the absence of the diseases in our body but health means to be practical and social among the people. This Ayurveda retreat in Nepal can give us the real sense of happiness in your life.
There are five elements in our body as well as in the world. Those five elements can play the role to make us healthy. They are air, fire, space, water, and earth. Ayurveda believes that the five elements are those factors where the whole cosmos interplays. The three Doshas are Bata, Pitta, and Kapha and those qualities rule our body. If one of them becomes extremely dominant in our body, our body starts to become sick. If we can balance them we can be healthy.
The Purpose of Ayurveda Introductory Course in Nepal
The main purpose of Ayurveda is to maintain the human health. You can gain the knowledge about the cause of diseases and the cure of the diseases. You can also learn how the real health can be achieved. The increase and decrease of Doshas can be the cause of the diseases in our body so you learn how to increase and decrease the level of Doshas. In a scientific way, the blockages in our body are the reason for the diseases. In the ancient time, our ancestors invented many ways to open the blockages and most of them were natural. Ayurveda is also an invention in the ancient Hindu philosophy.
Ayurveda is not only useful to the people who are sick but also it should be learned by every one of the worlds to stay fit and fine all the time. We provide you different opportunities in Ayurveda introductory course in Nepal, which are totally new to you. Pulse examination, diet, and lifestyle, herb massage, Shirodhara etc are included in our package.
Topics to be Included during One Week Ayurveda Introductory Course in Nepal
Topics which includes in this Ayurveda introductory course are as follows:
- Definition, Aims, and Historical background of Ayurveda. You will learn medical systems which are common worldwide at the present & their relations with Ayurveda.
- The concept of three Doshas (body energies) Vata, Pitta, Kapha, their properties, and functions.
- How they can be balanced. The concept of Dhaatu (supporting & nourishing tissue), Mala (excreta), Agni (Metabolic fire). Ayurvedic Concept of health and life.
- The knowledge about the evaluation of body-mind constitution, Nadi-pariksha (pulse examination). You can able to do a self-examination of own Prakriti & finding the appropriate diet, lifestyle which is suitable for own body.
- Eight specialities of Ayurveda (Astanga Ayurveda ). The concept of systems in Ayurveda, four limbs of treatment.
- Ayurvedic concept of health & Disease, different types of causes of diseases. You will understand that suppression of Natural feelings as a cause of disease and six stages of disease progression.
- The concept of toxins & their role in disease formation in our body and it’s correlation with western medicine and treatment system.
- You will get the chance of having the general knowledge about different herbs and their meditational use like Gooseberry, Zinger, Turmeric, Black pepper, Castor, Clove, Ashwagandha, Liquor ice etc.
Practical Work of Ayurveda Introductory Course in Nepal
- You can experience an Ayurvedic massage with Ayurvedic herbal oil or medicated powder.
- Hatha and Astanga Yoga asanas.
- Meditation and pranayama practice.
- Steam bath.
- Shirodhara (dropping of medicated oil in third eye chakra) etc.
Daily Program of Ayurveda Introductory Course in Nepal
Ayurveda introductory course has a daily schedule of consultation with our Ayurveda doctor, Ayurveda therapy sessions, yoga sessions, meditation etc. Here is the sample schedule of Ayurveda in Nepal which can be changed according to the teacher, lesson, and climate.
- 30 to 8.30am – Yoga meditation
- 30-9.00 am- Ayurvedic drink/Tea
- 9.00-10am – Self-practice
- 10.00-11.00 am- Breakfast
- 11.00 am-12.30pm -Free time/Hiking
- 12.30-2.00 pm Ayurvedic therapy/massage
- 2.00-3.00 pm – lunch time
- 3.00-4.30 pm -Ayurvedic theory
- 5 .00-6.00pm- Meditation/breathing
- 6.00- 6.30pm- Ayurvedic Tea
- 6.30-7.30pm – Yoga philosophy/lifestyle
- 30-8.30 pm – Dinner
- 30 pm- Time to silence & bed time