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The Ayurveda training of the Ayurveda Academy of Yoga in Daily Life is built up systematically and consists of 6 modules (A, B, C, D, E, F) lasting 3 years. The training is structured in 2 training sessions (I,II).

Training session I:The first year of the training (modules A & B): the basic principles

Training session II: The second and third year of the training (modules A,B, C, E & F). Special knowledge is acquired for the university diploma Yoga & Ayurveda Basic - certified by the Tilak Maharashtra University (Vidyapeeth).

The colaboration with the Tilak Maharashtra Vidyapeeth, Pune, India, is regulated in a Memorandum of Understanding . It is mutualy agreed by and between the parties, the Tilak University, the Bharatya Sanskriti Darshan Trust, an educational institute which runs the Ayurveda College, Wagholi, Pune, India and the Ayurveda Academy of Yoga in Dail Life, Vienna, Austria.

The Ayurveda training includes theoretical as well as practical knowledge. Ayurvedic experts from different subjects impart training for the courses.

 Important Information

• This Ayurveda training is conducted only for the knowledge of Ayurved and for prevention.

• This Ayurveda training will not provide legal right to use Ayurvedic medicines and to

practice Ayurved in healing.

 

Valid for Austria:

The whole Ayurveda training lasting 3 years meets the directives for commercial Ayurveda Wellness Practitioner (regulated business / massage / ww.bmwa.gv.at)

More informations you can read under: www.ayurveda-dachverband.at

 

The course contains:

• Lectures

• Practicals

• Examination (Written & / or Oral – as applicable)

 

Having successfully graduated from this training our students will be accepted for further education in Ayurved College "Vishwashantidham", A/P-Wagholi, Tal.-Haveli, Pune, India.

 

  • Each module is finalized with a written and an oral examination.
  • The final examination (lasting two days) includes written (multiple choice),oral and practical tests in the themes Ayurveda and Yoga and the documentation of a case study.
  • The theoretical training is presented in Power Point. The language of the training is English - simultaneous translations into German are possible.
  • The written documents are available in English and German.

 

 

Each day of the modules has the same structure:

 

Optional:

6:00 a.m. to 7:00 a.m. Self applications

 

Tentative:

07:00 a.m. to 08:40 a.m. "Yoga in Daily Life" (Asana, Pranayam, Contemplation, Meditation)

08:40 a.m. to 09:00 a.m. Breakfast

09:00 a.m. to 10:40 a.m. Lord Dhanvantari Mantra, Lecture or Practicals

10:40 a.m. to 10:50 a.m. Tea break

10:50 a.m. to 11:40 a.m. Lecture or Practicals

11:40 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. Yoga Nidra

12:30 a.m. to 02:00 a.m. Lunch break

02:00 p.m. to 03:40 p.m. Lecture or Practicals

03:40 p.m. to 03:50 p.m. Tea break

03:50 p.m. to 05:40 p.m. Lecture or Practicals

05:40 p.m. to 06:30 p.m. Dinner

06:30 p.m. to 08:40 p.m. Satsang, films, classical Indian music, discussions...

 

 

Timetable Module A

"Basic Principles of Ayurved"

7.6.2008 - 15.6.2008 (nine days)

 

Lecturers: Dr. Vineeta Deshmukh, Dr. Ranibala Nemade, Ayurveda College, Wagholi, Pune

 

Subjects: Definition of Ayurved, scope & objectives of Ayurved, path of Ayurved (Ayurvedvatarana), eight branches of Ayurved (Ashtang Ayurved), Ayurved & its global status, introduction to Ayurvedic texts (Ayurved Samhita), basic concepts of Ayurved (Siddhanta), anatomy & physiology (Sharir), concept of active principles of substances

(Dravya Guna Vidnyana), concepts & misconcepts of Ayurved

 

Practicals: Constitution (prakruti parikshan), digestive power (agni parikshan), bowel capacity (kostha parikshana), demonstration of marma, demonstration of dietary substances of 6 Rasa, 2 Veerya, 3 Vipaka & 20 Guna, Padabhyanga, Shiroabhyanga, Sarvanga Abhyanga, Karnapurna, cooking practical.

 

 

Day

Theory

Practical

7/6/2008

- Concepts & Misconceptions about Ayurved

 

8/6/2008

- Definition of Ayurved

- Scope & Objectives of Ayurved

- Ayurvedavataran

- Ashtanga Ayurved

- Global state of Ayurved

Padabhyanga

 

9/6/2008

- Introduction to Ayurvedic texts

- Definition of Siddhanta

- Panchamahabhuta Siddhanta

Shirobhyanga

 

10/6/2008

- Karya Karana Bhava

- Shat Padartha

- Samanya Vishesha Siddhanta

- Shadanga Shaarira

- Concept of Tridosha

 

Sarvanga Abhyanga

Karnapurana

 

11/6/2008

- Concept of 7 Dhatu

- Aashrayasrayi Bhava

- Concept of 3 Mala

- Concept of Agni

- Concept of Kostha

- Concept of Pachana

Half Day Break

12/6/2006

- Concept of Prakruti

- Concept of Srotasa

- Concept of Marma

- Concept of Mana

- Concept of Aatma

Agni Pariksha

Kostha Pariksha

Prakruti Pariksha

13/6/2008

- Concept of Rasa

- Concept of Veerys

- Concept of Vipaka

- Concept of Guna

Cooking Practical

Oral presentation of 4 participants

14/6/2008

- Demonstration of Dravya according to Rasa, Veerya, Vipaka

- Oral presentation of 8 participants

15/6/2008

- Theory Examination

 

 

 

 

Timetable Module B

“Swastavrutta – Preventive Medicine”

8.11.2008 - 16.11.2008 (nine days)

 

Lecturers: Dr. Vineeta Deshmukh, Dr. Sumant Khardenavis, Ayurveda College, Wagholi, Pune, India

 

Subjects: Swasthavrutta, three supportive pillars of life (Traya Upastambha), concept of natural urges (Vega), daily regimen (Dinacharya),seasonal regimen (Rutucharya), ethical code of conduct (Sadvrutta)

 

Practicals: Classification of diet (Aahara), classification of liquid diet (Drava Dravys), classification of solid food (Anna-Dravya), boiled hot water and medicated water (Ushnodaka), food preparations: medicated milk, buttermilk, butter, ghee, various rice recipes, soups, salads; brushing teeth according to Ayurveda (Dantadhavana), collyrium (Anjana), application of nasal drops (Nasya), gargling the mouth (Gandusha), demonstration of smoke of medical herbs (Dhoomapana), demonstration of betel leaves (Tambul), oil massage (Abhyanga), rubbing the body with coarse herbal powder (Udvartana).

 

 

 

 

Day

Date

Morning session

Afternoon session

Evening session

   

9.00 am to 12.00 noon

2.00 pm to 4.00 pm

4.30 pm to 6.00 pm

1. Saturday

08.11.2008

 

Theory

Theory

     

1. Swasthavrutta

Classification of Aahara

     

2. Traya Upastambha

 

2. Sunday

09.11.2008

Practicals

Theory

Theory

   

1. Abhyanga

1. Jala Varga

1. Ikshu Varga

   

2. Udvartana

2. Dugdha Varga

2. Madhu

       

3. Taila Varga

       

4. Madya Varga

3. Monday

10.11.2008

Theory

Theory

Practicals

   

1. Shuka Varga

1. Shimbi Varga

1. Dantadhavana

   

2. Shimbi Varga

Remaining part

2. Jivhanirlekhana

       

3. Gandusha

       

4. Nasya

       

5. Dhoomapana

       

6. Anjana

4. Tuesday

11.11.2008

Theory

Theory

Practicals

   

1. Phala Varga

1. Remaining Shaka Varga

1. Ushnodaka

   

2. Shaka Varga

2. Mansa Varga

2. Shrutoshna Jala

       

3. Siddha Jala

       

4. Siddha Dugdha

       

5. Takra

5. Wednesd.

12.11.2008

Theory

   
   

Remaining Mansa Varga

   

6. Thursday

13.11.2008

Theory

Theory

Practicals

   

1. Haritaka Varga

Vega

1. Krushara

   

2. Krutanna

 

2. Beans Soup

       

3.Bhakta

7. Friday

14.11.2008

Theory

Theory

Practicals

   

Dinacharya

Rutucharya

1. Vegetable Soup

       

2. Fruit Juice

       

3. Salads

       

4. Tambula

8. Saturday

15.11.2008

Theory Yoga

Group Presentations

Group Presentations

       

and Question-Answer session

9. Sunday

16.11.2008

Written Exam

   

 

 

 

 

Timetable Module C
"Nidan - Ayurvedic aspect of Diagnosis" &

"Chikitsa - Treatment, Practical Applications of Ayurveda"
18.4.2009 - 28.4.2009 (eleven days)

 

Lecturers: Dr. Vineeta Deshmukh, Dr. Ajit Raval, Dr. Baghyashree Puranik , Ayurveda College,Wagholi, Pune, India

Subjects: Nidan Panchak (exanmination of disieses, causative factors, prodromal symptoms, signs and symptoms, therapeutic trial, Patogenesis),Trividha (threefold examinations of patient), Ashtavidha pariksha (eightfold examination of patient), introduction to Panchakarma, Shenan (Oleation), Swedan (Sudation), Vaman (Emesis), Samsarjan Karma (Special dietary regime), Virechan (Medicated purgation), Basti (Medicated Enema), Nasya (Nasal instillation), Raktamaokshan (Blood letting), Gandush (Gargeling), Dhuma Pana (medicated smoke), Lep (Application of paste), Shiroabhyangam (Head massage), Shiropichu , Shirobasti, Shirodhara, Hrudbasti, Katibasti, Janubasti, Nabhibasti, Netrabasti

Practical demonstration: Abhyanga, Types of Swedan, Samsarjan Karma receipes, Nasya, Gandush, Kaval, Dhumapana, Karnapuran, Lep, Shirupichu, Hrudbasti, Janubasti, Nabhibasti, Netrabasti

Practice by student: Abhyanga, Shirodhara, Shiropichu etc.

Day

Date

Morning session

9:00a.m. - 12:00 noon

Afternoon session

2:00p.m. – 4:00p.m.

Evening session

4:30 p.m. – 6:00p.m.

1

18/4/2009

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Theory

Nidan Panchak

 

Theory

Nidan Panchak

2

19/4/2009

Theory

Trividha,

Ashtavidha Pariksha

Theory

Introduction to

Panchakarma

 

Theory

Snehan

 

3

20/4/2009

PracticalDemonstration:

Abhyanga

Theory

Snehan

 

Theory

Swedan

4

21/4/2009

Practical Demonstration:

Types of swedan

Theory

Vaman

Theory

Vaman

Samsarjan karma

5

22/4/2009

Practical Demonstration:

Samsarjan Karma recipes

Theory

Virechan

Theory

Virechan

6

23/4/2009

Practical Demonstration:

Nasya

Gandush

Kaval

Dhumpan

Karnapuran

Lep

Theory

Basti

Theory

Basti

7

24/4/2009

Practical Demonstration:

Shirodhara

Shiroabhyanga

Shiropichu

Theory

Nasya

Raktamokshan

Theory

Gandush

Kaval

Dhumpan

Karnapuran

Lep

8

25/4/2009

PracticalDemonstration:

Hrudbasti

Katibasti,

Janubasti,

Nabhibasti,

Netrabasti

Theory

Shiroabhyangam

Shiropictu

Shirobasti

Shirodhara

Theory

Hrudbasti

Katibasti

Janubasti

Nabhibasti

Netrabasti

9

26/4/2009

Practice- By Student

Supervision by Vaidya

Abhyanga,

Shirodhara,

Shiropichu etc. -

Revision and Yogasan

Practice- By Student

Supervision by Vaidya

Abhyanga,

Shiriodhara,

Shiropichu etc. -

10

27/4/2009

Students oral presentation

11

28/4/2009

Examination

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A Weekend dedicated to Practicals

Friday, 18th Sept. to Sunday, 20th Sept. 2009

 

SUMMARY

 

Friday, 18th September

Opening ceremony with Peace Prayer and Dhanvantari mantra

Lecture about Ayurveda for maintainig physical and mental health.

From the contence: „What kinds of tools do we have for maintaining good health? We shall follow a daily routine (Dinacharya) as well as a seasonal routine (Rutucharya), a balanced diet, the eliminating of natural urges on appropriate time, the rules about sleep, the rules about celibacy, the regular use of rejuvenation treatment and an aphrodisiac treatment. Our mental health we maintain by Sadvrutta (ethical conduct) and Dharaniya Vega Dharana (controlling emotional urges like anger, fear, greed). For curing mental diseases Ayurveda advises the worshipping of God, the chanting of Mantras-Hymns and following the words of the master.“

Theoretical repetition of Abhyanga (please see manual of module C, page 61)

Summary:

Abhyanga is a snehana procedure. The treatment which produces Sneha (Oleation), Vishyanda (Secretion), Mardava (Softness) and Kleda (Moisture) is called Snehana.

Snehana is useful in Pradhan Karma as a treatment of some diseases mand as Poorva Karma the pre procedure of Pancha Karma (in medical treatments.)

Abhyanga is also performed in Dincharya (daily routine). (See manual of module C, starting at page 61).This is the way how the students and absolvents of the Ayurveda Academy of Yoga in Daily Life propagate this type of application for the maintainence of health in the field of wellbeing and prevention.

The ayurvedic massage „Mardan“ is another type of the snehan which we will not learn in this training. It needs deep knowledge of marma points and tis is the subject of the training Abhyanga Mardana Tantradnya (Diploma in Art & Technique of Ayurvedic Massage).

Demonstration of Abhyanga by Muktamani

  • Right approach to the client
  • Preparation of the room and the oil station
  • Management of the oil temperature
  • Behaviour in front of the client
  • Hygenical and ethic behaviour
  • Note: Always wash hands with cold water after massaging or touching a client!

Dinner according ayurvedic concepts (receipes were given):

  • Kichari with joung onions garlic, pumpkin and green beans
  • Kadhi (Mahaprabhujisoup)

Satsang

 

 

Saturday, 19th September

Meditation

Prayer

Very light breakfast (practicals need empty stomach)

Practise of Abhyanga = we say OIL APPLICATION not massage

Each and every participant has received Abhyanga and has practised to give Abhyanga

Lunch according to Ayurveda

What kinds of fruits, grains and vegetables do we harvest in autumn. The fresh preparation of the fruits and vegetables of the season of the year balance automatically the predominant Pitta Dosha which has agrevated during the summer time.

Rasa( taste): sweet, bitter and adstringent.

  • Carrot soup with ginger and orange
  • Upma (dry roasted semolina ) with spices, potatoes, paprika and green peas
  • Fennel fried in ghee spiced with safran
  • Salad of letuche and ruccula with raddish, tomatoes and roasted wallnuts in honey vinaigrette

Exchange of experiences of students

  • about various oil applications
  • about various Ayurvedic topics

Theoretical study of Shirodhara (Module C, page 117)

Summary:

Shirodhara is one of the four procedures of Shiroabhyanganam as there are:

  • Shirodhara
  • Shirobasti
  • Shiro Abhyanga
  • Shiropichu

We spoke about the indication, the contraindication and the exact carrying out of the procedure.

Demonstration of Shirodhara by Hemvatiji

Each and every participant has received Shirodhara and has practised Shriodhara on his/her own.

Dinner acording to Ayurveda

  • Moong Dal Soup and Rice

Satsang

 

Sunday, 20th September morning

 

Meditation

Prayer

Very light breakfast (practice needs empty stomach)

Practising of Abhyanga with two hands and with four hands.

Feedback round

Lunch according to Ayurveda (receipes were given)

  • Soup of green beans
  • Gulyash of Pumpkin
  • Urid Dal
  • Rice
  • Salad of letuce, cucumber, tomatoes, Avocados decorated with wallnuts and herbs

Closing Ceremony with Dhanvantari Mantra and Peace Prayer

 

 

Timetable Module D

„Chikitsa“ (Treatment), Draviaguna Vidnyana (Ayurvedic Pharmacology)

Bhaaishajya Kalpana (Ayurvedic Pharmaceutics) &

Rasashastra (Science of Meatal & Minerals)

24.10.2009 – 1.11.2009 (nine days)

 

Lecturers: Dr. Vineeta Deshmukh, Dr. Neelambari Patil, Ayurveda College, Wagholi; Pune

 

Subjects:

Section A: transporting passages(shrotasas), undigested digestive juice(aama), concept of oja (the body fluid which is the store of energy), koshta shaka gati (migration of the doshas), dosha – dushya sammurchhana (assiciation of dosha and dushya producing disease), introduction to common diseases,

Section B: dravyaguna: pharmacology and rasashastra (science of metals and minerals), introduction to dravia guna vidnyana (pharmacology), introduction to bhaishajya kalpana (pharmaceutics), introduction to panchavidha kashaya kalpana( basic medical preparations), pathya kalpana (healthy dietry preparations), audbhida dravya (herbal drugs), history of rasa shastra (science of metals and minerals)

 

Practicals:

Name of the practical: swaras (fresh juice), kalka (paste), kwatha (decoction), heema (cold Infusion), phanta (hot infusion kshirpaka (medicated milk), panaka (juice, squash), sharkara (syrup), manda (drained liquid), peya (liquid gruel), vilepi (paste gruel), yavagu (gruel), odana (cooked rice), yusha (soup), krushara (kichadi),

 

Home remedies for:

fever (jwara): chandan(sandalwood) paste, herbal tea; cough (kasa ): mudga yusha (soup of moong dal), gargles; cold (pratishaya ): shunthi lepa (paste of dry ginger); indigeston (ajeerna): hingavastaka; constipation (malavasthambha): draksha kwatha (decoction of raisins), milk with cow's ghee; hyperacidity (amlapitta): confectionary of white gourd, ela mashi (cardamom); indestinal sprue (grahani ): masur yusha (lentil soup); bleeding disorders (raktapitta): syrup of dadima (pommegranate); toothache (dantashoola): lavang oil (clove oil); wounds (sadhyovrana): haridra kwath (turmeric decoction); urticaria, nettle rash (shitapitta ): external application of red mango pulp, black pepper + ghee

 

 

 

MORNING SESSION

AFTERNOON SESSION

EVENING SESSION

TIME

9.00 am – 12.00 pm

2.30 pm – 4.00 pm

4.30 pm – 6.00 pm

DAY 1

 

24/10/2009

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Theory –

Srotasas – Srotodushti – Khavaigunya

Aama

Practical –

Demonstration & Identification of Raw Herbal drugs

DAY 2

 

25/10/2009

Theory –

 

Concepts of Oja

Koshtha Shakha Gati

Theory -

Dosha-Dushya Sammurchhana

Jwara

Kasa

Pratishyaya

Practical –

Jwara

Kasa

Pratishaya

DAY 3

 

26/10/2009

Theory –

Ajeerna

Malavibandha

Adhman

Amlapitta

Grahani

Theory -

Raktapitta

Shirashula

Dantashula

Karnashula

Sadyovarna

Shitapitta

Practical –

Ajeerna

Malavibandha

Adhman

Amlapitta

Grahani

DAY 4

 

27/10/2009

Theory –

Introduction to Dravya Guna Vidnyana (Pharmacology)

 

Theory -

Introduction to Bhaishajya Kalpana (Pharmaceutics)

 

Practical –

Raktapitta

Shirashula

Dantashula

Karnashula

Sadyovarna

Shitapitta

DAY 5

 

28/10/2009

Theory -

Introduction to Panchavidha Kashaya Kalpana (Basic Medicinal Preparations)

Swarasa Kalpana (Juice)

Kalka Kalpana (Paste)

Kwath Kalpana (Decoction) Heema Kalpana (Cold Infusion

Phanta Kalpana (Hot Infusion)

Theory -

Panaka Kalpana (Squash)

Shaarkara Kalpana (Syrup)

Pathya Kalpana (Healthy Dietary Preparations)

Importance

Manda (Scum)

Peya (Liquid gruel)

Practical –

Swarasa Kalpana (Juice)

Kalka Kalpana (Paste)

Kwath Kalpana (Decoction)

Heema Kalpana (Cold Infusion

Phanta Kalpana (Hot Infusion)

DAY 6

 

29/10/2009

Theory –

Vilepi (Paste gruel)

Yavagu (Gruel)

Yusha (Soup)

Odan (Cooked Rice)

Krushara (Khichdi)

Theory -

Audbhida Dravya (Herbal drugs)

Kumari (Aloe vera)

Nimba (Azadirechta indica)

Yashtimadhu (Glycerrhiza glabra)

Rasona (Allium sativum

Practical –

Kshirpaka

Panaka

Sharkara

Yusha

DAY 7

 

30/10/2009

 

Theory -

Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus

Nirgundi (Vitex negundo)

Guduchi (Tinospora cordifolia)

Vasa (Adathoda vasica)

Chandana (Santalum album)

Gulab (Rosa centifolia)

Theory -

Tulsi (Oscimum sanctum)

Ardraka (Zinziber officinale)

 

History of Rasa Shastra (Science of Metals and Minerals)

 

Manda (Scum)

Peya (Liquid gruel)

Vilepi (Paste gruel)

Yavagu (Gruel)

Yusha (Soup)

Odan (Cooked Rice)

Krushara (Khichdi)

DAY 8 & DAY 9

31/10/2009

1/11/2009

Oral Presentation

Theory Examination

Oral Presentation

 

 

 

 

Timetable Module E

11.11.2010 till 21.11.2010 (eleven days)

 

 

Lecturers: Dr. Ranjit Nimbalkar, Dr. Umesh Vamanrao Tekawade, Dr. Vineeta Deshmukh, Dr. Doris Prett

 

Subjects:

 

HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY

 

The skeleton, muscles and skin/Ayurvedeeya sharir of Asthi, Sandhi, Snayu, Twacha

The haematopoietic system/Ayurvedeeya concept of Rakta & its Utpatti.

The cardiovascular system/Ayurvedeeya concept of Hrudaya, Sira, Dhamani.

The lymphatic system/Ayurvedeeya concept of Rasa, Lasika, Abdhatu.

The digestive system/Ayurvedeeya concept of Pachana, Awasthapaka, Vipaka.

The respiratory system/Ayurvedeeya concept of Shwasa-Prashwasa.

The nervous system/Ayurvedeeya concept of Samvedana, Dnyana & Vishaya grahana.

The urinary system/Ayurvedeeya concept of Mootra.

The reproduction system/Ayurvedeeya concept of Shukra & Artava.

The endocrine system/Ayurvedeeya concept of Dhatwagni, Oja.

Introduction to Embryology/ Ayurvedeeya Garbha Sharir

 

 

PATHOLOGY

 

Inflammation repair & Apoptosis; Immunity/Ayurvedeeya concept of Vyadhikshamatwa. Pathology of some common diseases.

 

 

 

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Module F

 

 

 

21.05.2011 - 29.05.2011

 

Lecturers: Dr. Vineeta Deshmukh Ji and Dr. Ranjit Nimbalkar Ji

 

 

 

 

 

1. Hygiene

 

1.1 Ayurvedic approach of hygiene

 

·Hygiene of Patient

·Diseases due to improper hygiene

·Hygiene of Medical person

·Hygiene of Paramedical person

 

1.2Hygiene of medicines (QA & QC)

·Collecting raw material

·Processing raw material

·Preparing medicinal formulations

·Storage of medicine in hospital / clinic

·During dispensing medicine

·Instruction to patient about maintaining hygiene of medicine at home

 

1.3 Hygiene during Panchakarma Procedures

 

1.4 Hygiene during Allied procedures – like Snehana, Swedana, Shirodhara etc.

 

1.5 Hygiene during procedures related to Shalyatantra & Shalakyatantra

 

1.6 Hygiene during Gynecological procedures

 

1.7 Hygiene in Bala chikitsa (Pediatrics)

 

1.8 Hygiene in Graha Chikitsa

 

 

2. First Aid

 

2.1 Definition of First Aid

 

2.2 Necessity of First Aid

 

2.3 medical conditions that need first aid (Acute states - Vegawastha) like

asthma, heart attack, gout epileptic seizure etc.

 

 

2.4 Nature & types of trauma (Agantu Vyadhi) like accident, head injury,

lacerations, fractures, foreign body in eye, ear, nose etc., burns of various

degree, electric shock, animal bite, honey bee sting, ingestion of poisons…

 

2.5 Medicines & procedures used in First Aid in above conditions

 

2.6 Limitations of First Aid

 

 

3. Conversation techniques with clients

 

3.1 Ayurvedic approach towards conversation skill - Satvavajaya Chikitsa

(Moral Boosting Treatment)

 

3.2 Need for adaptation of this skill:

·to reach to proper diagnosis

·to prepare the patient mentally to fight with disease

·to motivate the patient to follow dietary, life style & other regimens

·to increase the moral of the patient

·to educate the family members of the patient about the disease & to support him to fight the disease

 

 

4. To keep company with clients according to Ayurveda

 

 

5. Case study – In terms of counseling, in the field of nutrition & applications

 

Case study necessary for

·Understanding the patient’s constitution

·Understanding the patient’s disease especially diagnosis & prognosis

·Understanding the do’s & don’ts

·Planning proper line of treatment & applications

·Suggest proper diet & life style regimen

·Offering maximum relief to the patient

 

Importance of Case study in –

·Shamana Chikitsa (Oral medicines)

·Shodhana Chikitsa (Panchakarma)

·Upakrama (Allied procedures)

·Aahara Chikitsa (Diet Therapy)

·Satvavajaya Chikitsa (Moral boosting treatment)

·Shastrakarma (Surgery)

 

 

6. Furnishing, equipment & organization of a working place

 

6.1Ayurvedic concept

 

6.2 Creating proper environment at work place very essential.

It should be:

·Very convenient for the practitioner,

·Maximum utilization of space,

·Maintain privacy of the patients

 

6.3 Equipments should be optimum. The work place should not be overloaded

with instruments. They should be user friendly, comfortable.

 

6.4 The place to be organized so that the patient can be easily subjected to

laiter treatments. He should not get confused.

 

6.5 Methods of Furnishing, equipment & organization of a working place.

 

 

7. Contraindications for most common herbs

 

Overuse or abuse of many herbs or herbal preparations can lead to some unwanted results. One should be aware of such herbs & they should be used with due care.

·Herbs used for Vamana & Virechana

·Haritaki

·Lavana (Salt), Pippali (Piper longum) & Kshara

·Rasakalpa (metallic compounds)

·Visha Dravya (Toxic drugs) etc.

 

 

8. Contraindications according to scientific medicine

 

Some procedures may be inappropriate for some stages of disease. Thorough knowledge of such diseases is essential.

 

e.g.

procedurecontraindicated in

Massage Hypertension, Varicose veins

VamanaHeart disease

ShirobastiCervical Spondylosis

 

Adverse effects of some common Allopathic medicines, due to its overuse or abuse.

Common medicines like NSAIDS (Pain killers), steroids, antibiotics, cardioprotective drugs, diuretics, Anti-psychotic drugs, anti-allergics, anti hypertensive, anti diabetic, anti-coagulation drugs, narcotics & tranquilizers.