Distance Learning Program

(Accredited by Academy of Ayurvedic Medical Sciences India)

The Sanjivani Wellness Center, have arranged one year diploma Course in Ayurveda, Yoga, Aesthetics and Naturopathy for overseas students. Enrollment will be through a recognized local center.
Qualification required for Courses: BA, BSc, BAMS, MBBS, BE, any graduate. 40 to 60 units’ theory and 20 units’ clinical placements are compulsory for the course.
COURSE FEE DETAILS

(i) Admission Fee, Examination Fee, Mark sheet & Certificate Euro 400.
(ii) Local center fee for practical training Euro 400
(iii) Membership fee AAMSI (One year compulsory) Euro 50
EXAMINATION & CURRICULUM
Students will be supplied study assignments and question paper through recognized local centers. They will submit answer papers to the Academy in India. Students are required 2 week placement at Ayush Institute, Bhilai, India in the month of November. The student will appear in the final examination. Diploma certificate will be awarded to successful students by the Academy.

PROSPECTUS
The curriculum comprises of theory and practice. The theory will be divided in to eight modules:

MODULE ONE

(1) Human Health its dimensions & scope; Spectrum of health; Determinants ot health; Role of heredity & environment; Concept of Human life and life style: Human Life cycle- Conception birth and infancy. childhood & adolescence. young—middle and old age.
(2) Corporate health care, Occupational health, Environment & Health.
(3) Alternative Medical therapies.

MODULE TWO

(1) The Microcosm-Macrocosm Continuum. The Panch Mahabhuta Theory, Origin of universe, Trigunas- Sattva, Raj, Tama; Tridosha—Vata, Pitta, Kapha; The Dosha Prakrti, The Theory of Swabhao Paramvada, The Concept ot Dhatu, Upadhatu, Mala, Srotas, Agni and Ama.
(2) The Cause of Disease, Asatmyendriyartha Samyaoga, Parinama, Prajnaparadha; Classification of Vyadhi : Adhyatmika, Adi-bhautika, Adi-daivika. The Disease Process: Shat-kriyakala.

MODULE THREE

(1) Assessment of Human Prakriti, Dosha typing and Genetics.
(2) The Rogi Pariksha and Roga Pariksha.
(3) Nadi Pariksha.

MODULE FOUR

(1) Ayurvedic treatment: Daiva Vyapasraya, Yukti Vyapasraya and Sattvavajaya Cikitsa. Role of Ayurvedic diet and Pathya, The Concept of Svastha : Dincharya, Sadacarya, and Rtu-carya.
(2) Yoga & Naturopathic Treatment: Importance of Yogic life; Yama, Niyama, Asana, Pranayama, Pratyahara, Dharana, Dhyana and Samadhi; Fasting, Treatment from mud, water, massage, sun rays and fresh air.
(3) Aesthetics: Age and skin, Facials, Udvartana, Face lifting and hair care, Special beauty treatment, Aroma massage, Face masks and hair packs.
(4) Jyotisha & Vedic Astrology: Horoscope, Palmistry & Gems Therapy.

MODULE FIVE

(1) Panch Karma: Purva Karma, Pradhana Karma and Paschata Karma.
(2) Abhyanga {Ayurvedic Massage), and Svedana.
(3) Kerala Specialities : Elakhizhi, Navarakhizhi, Pizhichil, Shirodhara, Nasya.
(4) Classical procedures: Vamana, Virechana and Vasti.

MODULE SIX

(1) Dravya Guna: Rasa, Guna, Virya, Vipaka, Prabhava.
(2) Ayurvedic Herbs.
(3) Bhesaja—Kalpana.

MODULE SEVEN

(1) Rasayana : Kamya Rasayana, Naimittika Rasayana, Medhya Rasayana, Achara Rasayana.
(2) Vajikarana : Sukrala, Sukra Rechaka, Sukra Stambhaka and Sukra Sosaka.

MODULE EIGHT
Clinical programs for management of complex diseases:

(1) Over Weight & Dyslipidemia.
(2) Hypertension & Cardiac Rehabilitation.
(3) Cancer Risk factors management.
(4) Muscular Dystrophy.
(5) Skin allergy & Psoriasis.
(6) Chronic joint pain & Rheumatoid Arthritis.
(7) Depression, Anxiety & Fear.
(8) Addiction & Alcoholism.
(9) Dandruff & Hair loss.
(10) Acne and Pimples.

Online Registration for Ayurvedic Therapies with Dr. Mukesh D. Jain

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