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Keraliya Panchakarma Chikitsa
Swastha vritta
Ayurvedic Nutrition and Cooking
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Course Overview:

Two of the fundamental theories in Ayurveda are those of Pancha Mahabuttas and the Tridosha theory.
The term ‘dosha’ (medical humour) denotes ‘that which darkens or causes things to decay’ implying that when out of balance; the doshas trigger the disease process. The names of the three doshas are vata, pitta, and kapha. The doshas are the three primary energetic principles, which regulate all physiological and psychological process in the living organism. From the most rudimentary cellular process to the most complex aspects of biological functionality, the doshas regulate everything that occurs, changes and decays.

A harmonious state between the doshas results in homeostasis which is the required foundation for good health and a disharmonious imbalance results in a variety of signs and symptoms. In all, the interplay among them determines the objective condition of the living being – including us.

Each dosha is a synergy of two Mahabutas (elements) and interestingly enough - each receives its specificity from these elements. It will help introduce different modes of massage for individualized constitutions giving you both theoretical and practical knowledge.

Facilitator: Dr.Prasanna Aithal & Mayuri Patel

 
 
 
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