Living Ayurveda: One Year Ayurvedic Medicine and Healing Training, Githa Yoga (200 hours)
Start: January 27 & 28, 2018
Information Evening: Thursday, October 5, at 19.30, Githa Yoga Studio
Hours: Saturdays & Sundays: 10.00-18.00
Cost: Full Course: Cash: 4950TL (until October 20)
5400TL (after October 20)
Half Course: Cash: 2800 (until October 20)
3000 (after October 20)
The students who take the full Ayurvedic Training program will be eligible for a discounted yearly Githa Yoga Studio membership at 2300TL (instead of 2700TL).
This 200-hour, in-depth exploration of Ayurveda will focus on the key concepts of this beautiful ancient wisdom and its practical application to modern daily living. It can be taken by yoga teachers, yoga practitioners, massage therapist, nutritionists and anybody interested taking charge of their and their family’s health, as well as wanting to pursue a career in holistic healing. After this year, you will be able to start confidently apply Ayurvedic principles to your daily life, as well as start working with family members and clients, using Ayurvedic nutrition and lifestyle advice, along with a few selected spices and herbs to work on imbalances and support a process of healing. If you decide you just would like to use this for your own healing process, you have the option of just taking the first four modules.
After completing the full course including all homework assignments, students will receive a certificate of completion from Githa Yoga Studio.
1. Fundamentals of Ayurveda: Ayurvedic Philosophy, Elements and Doshas (January 27 & 28, 2018)
2. Ayurvedic Anatomy & Physiology I: Subdoshas, Dhatus (Tissues), Malas (Wastes) (February 24 & 25, 2018)
3. Fundamentals of Ayurvedic Nutrition & Ayurvedic Cooking Basics (March 17 &18, 2018)
4. The Subtle Body & the Mind: Daily and Seasonal Routines (Dinacharya/ Ritucharya) and AyurYoga (April 28 & 29, 2018)
5. Ayurvedic Anatomy & Physiology II: Srotas (Channels) Marmani (Energy Points) and Marma Therapy (May 12 & 13, 2018)
6. Ayurvedic Pathology: Models of Disease In Ayurveda (Samprapti) (June 9 & 10, 2018)
7. Physical Assessment: Tongue, Pulse and Face Analysis & Ayurvedic Health History Intake (September 15 & 16, 2018)
8. Ayurvedic Therapies: Herbal Medicine & Ayurvedic Bodywork: (Abhyanga & Bastis), including Body Oils & Use of Essential Oils (October 13 & 14, 2018)
Ayurvedic Fall Detox & Osho No Mind Meditation Retreat In Northern Italy:
Restore, Renew and Regenerate Your Life and Health
October 8-15, 2017, Casa Corra, Northern Italy (40km from Parma and 110km from Bologna airports)
Join us for this amazing opportunity to attend an Osho meditation and Ayurvedic detox retreat in the beautiful Italian countryside outside Parma, Northern Italy. This retreat will focus on rejuvenating both mind and body, through an Ayurvedic detox and the Osho No Mind Meditative Therapy.
During this gentle Ayurvedic detox, we will follow an anti-inflammatory diet, avoiding sugar, animal products, processed foods and gluten, whilst feasting on the Italian fall harvest of root vegetables and greens, grapes, olives, gluten-free grains and revitalizing juices.
While your body is cleansing with this beautiful Ayurvedic program, we will experience the 7-day-long '' Osho No Mind Meditative Therapy”, where we will take a journey of purifying our minds from the conditioned and habitual waves of thought and emotional patterns.
A contemporary Indian mystic, Osho designed meditative therapies specifically for modern people. And one of his most important meditative therapies is the 'No Mind Meditation’. With this practice of gibberish (unintelligible, nonsensical talk), followed by a 1-hour sitting meditation every day, we will by-pass the conscious mind and get in touch with our deepest core. This is a profound way of cleansing deeply ingrained subconscious thought patterns.
During the week, you will learn many valuable tools on how to prevent and reverse disease, regenerate and renew, all while making new friends and exploring the beautiful nature of the Italian countryside.
Some of the highlights of the week:
·Daily gentle morning yoga
·Daily morning Ayurvedic routines such as tongue scraping, oil pulling and self-massage
·Lectures on Ayurveda, its concept of constitution, Ayurvedic nutrition and daily/seasonal routines for optimal health
·Nature Trekking in the Italian countryside surrounding Casa Corra
·Relaxing by the pool
·Afternoon Trip to Parma
About Ulli Allmendinger
Ulli Allmendinger (MSc. Ayurveda) is an Ayurvedic consultant, herbalist and Yoga therapist with a passion for cooking, Ayurvedic nutrition and AyurYoga Therapy. She has pursued her studies of Ayurveda in the US and India since 2003. In addition to being a graduate of Dr. Lad’s two-year, full-time program at the Ayurvedic Institute in New Mexico, she also holds a Master’s degree in Ayurvedic Sciences from International Vedic Hindu University (IVHU) in Florida, USA. Even though she left behind a successful career as a journalist in New York City, Ulli still regularly contributes to and edits for publications such as Yoga Journal Turkey. Ulli owns the health consulting company Ulli Ayurveda (www.ulli-ayurveda.com), where she conducts health consultations, gives workshops and lectures on a variety of subjects relating to Ayurveda, health and nutrition. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 0539 203 0422.
About Devi Eylem Çeliker
Two years after graduation from Mimar Sinan University Istanbul State Conservatory Ballet Department, Devi ended her active dance career. Since 2000, in addition to her teaching, spiritual works began to take place in her life and inevitably became a way of living for her. During this time, she chose to proceed and deepen her understanding with Osho and his teachings. Although she still works as a professional Pilates and Adult Ballet instructor, as well as Usui Reiki Master, she now spends certain times of the year in Greece. She's organizing meditation groups, events and sessions both in Turkey and Greece. Devi can be reached at email@example.com
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