Located within Soderworld Wellness Center

16 W. 501 Nielson Lane Willowbrook, IL 60527

Ayurveda Practitioner Program Module Description:

 

 

AAA201 – Vikruti Vignyan & Nidan Panchak

Subject Description:

Fundamental of Ayurveda Vikruti vignyana introduces students to below topics but not limited to:

  • Understanding Samprapti in Ayurvedic view

  • Study of Nadana Panchaka

  • Detailed study of reaction between Dhatus with dosha

  • Discussion on Srotodushti and Dhatu vikruti

  • Classification of Vyadhi per Ayurveda

  • Chief causes of Rogotpatti

 

 

AAA 202 – Dravyagua Shastra II & Bhaishajya Kalpana

Subject Description:

Dravayaguna vigyana & Bhaishajya kalpana introduce students to below topics but not limited to:

  • Comprehensive knowledge of principles of Dravyaguna such as Rasa, Guna, Veerya, Vipaka, Prabhava, Karma.

  • Thorough understanding of single herbs used in specific samprapti.

  • The principles that govern Bhaishajya kalpana such as Mana (weights and measures), Mantra Sevana Kala, Prayoga marga and Anupana

  • Commonly used multiple-herb formulations

 

 

AAA 203 – Panchakarma II and Marma Vigyana

Subject Description:

Advance study of Panchakarma and Marma therapy introduce students to below topics but not limited to:

  • Study of Panchakarma – Vaman, Virechana, Basti karma, Nasya, Raktamokshana

  • Details of Poorvakarma of Panchakarma

  • Describing Paschata karma of Panchakarma procedure

  • Types of Marma

 

 

AAA 204 – Yoga Shastra II, Pranayama, Meditation and Rasayana, Vajikarna

Subject Description:

Fundamental of yogashastra introduces students to below topic but not limited to:

  • Use of Yoga postures in management of Dosha balance.

  • Detail study of all limbs of Yoga with reference to enhancing individuals health

  • Different types of Dhyana(meditations) Practices.

  • Different applications of Pranayama

  • The Rasayana (rejuvenation) concepts of Ayurveda

  • Introduction to Vajikarna Concept and learning of various Rasayana & Vajikarna herbs and formula

 

 

AAA205 – Ayurveda Sooksma Chikitsa (Subtle Therapies), and Ayurveda Research Methodology 

Subject Description:

Fundamental of Ayurveda sookshma chikitsa (subtle therapies) introduce students to below topics but not limited to:

  • Discussing Five types of sensory therapies and their Ayurvedic applications such as Aromatic therapy, Taste therapy, Touch therapy, Sound therapy, Visual therapy

  • Intro to Jyotish (Vedic Astrology)

  • Intro to Vastu (Vedic Architecture)

  • Intro to Ayurvedic Research methodology

 

 

AAA 206 – Kayachikitsa I (Wellness solutions) – Pranavaha, Annavah, Udakavaha strotas Wellness Solutions

Subject Description:

Fundamental of Wellness solutions for Pranavah, Annavaha, Udakavah strotas wellness solutions introduce students to below topics but not limited to:

  • Ayurvedic etiology and samprapti of Pranavaha, Annavaha , Udakavaha imbalances

  • Management of Vataj, Pittaj, Kaphaj Pranavah,Annavaha, Udakavaha vitiation

  • Discussion on Aama and Nirama conditions and various imbalances such as Aruchi, Adhaman, Swasa, Kasa, Hikka, Grahani, Trushna, Shotha.

 

 

AAA 207 – Kayachikitsa II – Rasavah & Raktavaha, Purishavaha Wellness Solutions

Subject Description:

Fundamental of Ayurvedic protocol of Rasavah & Raktavaha strotas wellness solutions introduce students to below topics but not limited to:

  • Ayurvedic etiology and samprapti of Rasavah, Raktavaha, Purishavaha strotas imbalances

  • Management of Vataj, Pittaj, Kaphaj Rasavaha, Raktavaha, Purishvaha vitiation

  • Discussion on Agni states in respective imbalances such as Jwara, Pandu, Raktapitta, Atisara, Arsha

 

 

AAA 208 – Kayachikitsa III – Mansavaha & Medovaha, Mootravaha  Wellness Solutions

Subject Description:

Fundamental of Ayurvedic Protocol for Mamsavaha, Medovaha, Mutravaha wellness solutions introduce students to below topics but not limited to:

  • Ayurvedic etiology and samprapti of Mamsavaha, Medovaha strotas imbalances

  • Ayurvedic protocol for Vataj, Pittaj, Kaphaj Mamsavaha, Medovaha, Mutravaha strotas vitiation

  • Discussion on various srotas respective imbalances such as Gamdamala, Mamsagatvat, Sthaulya, Ashmari

 

 

AAA 209 – Kayachikitsa IV – Asthivaha Majjavaha, Swedavaha Strotas Wellness Solutions

Subject Description:

Fundamental of Ayurvedic Protocol for Asthivaha, Majjavaha, Swedavaha strotas wellness solutions introduce students to below topics but not limited to:

  • Ayurvedic etiology and samprapti of Asthiavaha, Majjavaha,Swedavaha strotas imbalances

  • Management of Vataj, Pittaj, Kaphaj Asthivaha, Majjavaha,Swedavaha vitiation

  • Discussion on various respective strotas imbalances such as Asthigatavata, Sandhigatavata, Vatavyadhi, Kushta

  

 

AAA 210 – Kayachikitsa V – Shukravaha & Artavavaha Strotas Wellness Solutions & Prasutitantra

Subject Description:

Fundamental of Shukravaha strotas wellness solutions introduces students to below topics but not limited to:

  • Ayurvedic etiology and samprapti of Shukraavaha, Artavavaha strotas imbalances

  • Management of Vataj, Pittaj, Kaphaj Shukravaha, Aartavavaha vitiation

  • Prenatal, postnatal therapies such as Diet and life style measures for both new born and mother, Food and herbs which promote lactation

 

 

AAA 211 – Kayachikitsa VI – Balaroga, Jara Vyadhi and Wellness Solutions & Kaumarbhrutya

Subject Description:

Fundamental of Balaroga, Jaravyadhi and Rasayana chikitsa wellness solution introduce students to below topics but not limited to:

  • Ayurvedic etiology and samprapti of Bala and Jara Roga

  • Ayurvedic view of child’s health, Diet and lifestyle appropriate for different age groups, herbs suitable to promote health

  • Wellness solutions for mild vikruti in different age groups

 

 

AAA 212 – Kayachikitsa VII – Urdhvajatrugata and Manovaha Strotas Wellness Solutions

Subject Description:

Fundamental of Ayurveda Urdhvajatrugata and Manovaha wellness solution introduces students to below topics but not limited to:

  • Knowledge and imbalanced dosha, sub-dosha, updhatu of this region

  • Samprapti and Nidana panchak of various imbalances of this region such as Karnaroga, Netraroga, Adhimantha,Nasaroga, Unmada, Akshepa

  • Utility of Sattva Avajaya Cikitsa: methods to improve the health and stable functions of the mind by enhancing Sattva Guna.

 

 

AAA 213 – Internship

Subject description:

Ayurveda Internship and case experiential education includes one on one Ayurveda consultations performed by Vaidya faculty. Students will have an opportunity to observe and understand:

  • Applying assessment protocol to identify Samprapti.

  • Creating a healing plan for bringing dosha balance and achieving wellness.

  • Interaction skills with client for guiding the healing recommendations.

 

 

AAA214 – Gurukula Internship at Kerala INDIA: Three Weeks (Extra Fee Applies)

The Gurukula program is designed to offer an additional reinforcing opportunity to strengthen the knowledge and build experience for gaining the confidence in Ayurveda healing practices. It focuses on  Ayurvedic assessment, creating Ayurvedic healing plans, botanical identification and application of Ayurvedic herbs. It also gives the students an opportunity for implementation of Panchakarma and Beauty therapies. The program offers hands-on experience in preparing of various Ayurvedic multi herbal formulations, Jyotish and Vastu counseling. This program gives an unique in-depth and practical hands-on experience in managing multitude of cases spawning across diverse disorders and age groups.

 

 

The AP (Ayurveda Practitioner) Program (936 Hours) 

 

Program Structure:

AP is designed as a perfect blend Hybrid program to provide optimal flexibility and effectiveness to our students with options for on-campus, virtual and off campus on-line classroom sessions.

 

Program Length:  14 Modules/1 year

 

Classes Conducted at Following Frequency:

  • On-Campus Classroom Sessions:   Monthly - One Weekend / Month (1st Weekend/Month)

  • Off-Campus Online Live-Virtual Classroom:  Weekly (Tuesday Evenings 6 pm - 8 pm CT)

  • On/Off-Campus Webinars/Workshops:  Monthly -  (Mostly Sundays)

 

AP Start Date:   Sept 7, 2019

The program hours include faculty teaching, coaching, counseling, supervised clinical training, exams, clinical practice, applied subject teaching (labs).

The time spent on independent review study, homework, reading assignments, vocabulary memorization is NOT included in contact hours.