Ayruveda: An introduction
Ayurveda is considered by many scholars to be the oldest healing science. In Sanskrit, Ayurveda means “The Science of Life.”
Ayurvedic knowledge originated in India more than 5,000 years ago and is often called the “Mother of All Healing.”
It stems from the ancient Vedic culture in India and was taught through generations by passing the teachings from accomplished masters to their disciples. The World Health Organisation acknowledges Ayurveda as the world’s most ancient, scientific, holistic and complete health care system.
In Ayurveda, body, mind and consciousness work together in maintaining balance. They are simply viewed as different facets of one’s being. To learn how to balance the body, mind and consciousness requires an understanding of how vata, pitta and kapha work together. According to Ayurvedic philosophy the entire cosmos is an interplay of the energies of the five great elements—Space, Air, Fire, Water and Earth. Vata, pitta and kapha are combinations and permutations of these five elements that manifest as patterns present in all creation.
In the physical body, vata is the subtle energy of movement, pitta the energy of digestion and metabolism, and kapha the energy that forms the body’s structure.
Ayurveda encompasses various techniques for assessing health. The practitioner carefully evaluates key signs and symptoms of illness, especially in relation to the origin and cause of an imbalance. They also consider the patient’s suitability for various treatments. The practitioner arrives at diagnosis through direct questioning, observation and a physical exam.
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This qualification reflects the role of Ayurvedic lifestyle consultants who provide advice, selected remedies and therapies according to Ayurvedic principles. People working at this level may be self employed, independent practitioners or work in a larger health service. Within the program you will learn how to apply Ayurvedic principles and therapies to assess and develop health strategies for clients.
Upon graduation you will be able to apply traditional Ayurvedic diagnostic and therapeutic means and procedures in a clinical setting for the promotion and support of health maintenance and prevention of disease.
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HLT52615 - Diploma in Ayurvedic Lifestyle Consultation
Learn traditional Ayurvedic diagnostic and therapeutic means and procedures in a clinical setting for the promotion of health maintenance and prevention of disease.
HLT62615 - Advanced Diploma in Ayurveda
This qualification covers the skills needed to work as an Ayurvedic Practitioner and offer remedial treatments including Ayurvedic Herbal medicine, Ayurvedic Massage, Ayurvedic Nutritional advice, Ayurvedic Counselling and planning Ayurvedic Health Regimes.
10948NAT - Diploma of Ayurveda Yoga Teaching
A traditional approach to Yoga Teaching based on the practices and principles of Ayurveda. Learn the art of Ayurveda Yoga therapies and develop your niche in the yoga market.
Dual Diplomas of Ayurveda and Yoga
Learn traditional Ayurvedic diagnostic and therapeutic means and procedures as well as Ayurvedic yoga techniques for the promotion of health and wellness
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