9-day healthcare practitioner workshop: Principles & Physiology of Ayurveda

Are you an Ayurvedic practitioner or want to become one? If so, join me, Khabir, Dr. Vikram Chauhan and Dr. Amrit Raj, in India for this intensive Ayurveda training workshop with certification!Presented by Vaidya KhabirAssisted by: Dr. Vikram Chauhan & Dr. Amrit RajIn partnership with and held at: Maa Yoga Ashram, Rishikesh.Sponsored by Planet Ayurveda, Chandigar, India.Certification issued by Maa Yoga Ashram and signed by Dr. Vikram Chauhan and Vaidya Khabir.Experience the bliss of Rishikesh, India and the peaceful atmosphere at the Maa Yoga Ashram (see attached photos and video)----------------------------------------9-day Ayurvedic Practitioner Training Workshop: Ayurveda Fundamental Principles and Physiology * Part 1 of a 4 part course on Ayurveda providing certification: AYURVEDIC HEALTH-CARE CONSULTANT.By Khabir Southwick - Internationally recognized Ayurvedic health-care practitioner, master herbalist, public speaker and author with over 20 years of clinical Ayurveda experience. For more information about Khabir see http://www.khabirsouthwick.com/home/khabir-southwick -----------------------------------------------------------------------------This course is an intensive interactive training for those who are interested in, studying or actively practicing [clinical] Ayurvedic heath-care. INTRODUCTION: Principles, Physiology, and Anatomy according to classical Ayurvedic teachings explained in a clear manner (with the minimum use of Sanskrit). The subject is explained to developed and improve clinical diagnostic and treatment skills not to provide an academic review.Develop a good foundation in Ayurveda by understanding the Ayurvedic perspective of the human body: Anatomy and Physiology. Learn to view the human body and its functions in terms of the doshas (body types, sub types), dhatus (tissues) and srotamsi (systems), etc. This practical and interactive training program will establish the foundation to proper Ayurvedic diagnosis and treatment.


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