Ayurvedic Guru Kula Practitioner Training 

 Level 1

 

RSVP 305 467 2822

 

CLASSES BEGINs - September 

 2014Registration Must Be Completed Prior To Class Date

2014 Guru Kula I

Semester Class Schedule

NAMA Approved – Classroom Work and Hands on ProgramTerm – 500 hours

 

September 

Introduction , History , Cosmology , PhilosophyFebruary 15-16Gunas, 3 doshas Theory, Factors of living, 5 herbs and food preparation

 

October

Observations: basic pulse, eye examination, tongue, nails malas ( body Waste ), facial and saliva evaluation

 

November

The subdoshas, 5 Herbs, Food PresentationMarch 29-30Vikriti, Evaluation of Ama, Causes of Imbalance and dis- ease, 5 Herbs

 

December

The 6 Taste, Proportions of the taste for each Dosha Vipaka ( post Digestive)

 

January

 

Diets for Doshas Nutrition, Vitamins, Minerals, Immune Boosting Foods

 

Feburary

The Dhatus, Functions, Nutrition, Dosha in the Dhatus

 

Feburary

The Srotas, Subtle Forces, The 40 Agnis

 

March

Herbal, Preparations, Management of the doshas, Ways to Use Herbs

 

March

Ayurveda & Aromatherapy, Uses, chemical, Constituents Blending for The Doshas

 

April 19-20How to do a Consultation, Successful Business Practice

 

April

Ancient Ayurvedic Healings Therapies

 

May

Final

 

8-9case studies

 

May

Case studiesAugust 24Graduation

 

 

 

 

Ayurvedic School Level 2

 

NAMA Approved –

 

Classroom Work and Hands on Program Fall Term 2013-2014 / 200 Hours(All

 

Saturday Classes)

 

September 28th

 

Pancha Karma as a Healing ModalityPractice of Shiro, Lepa and TarpanaHistory of Medicine, Religion & different Cultures

 

October 19th

 

Meditation & Healing ModalityPractice of Different MeditationsSoul Healing for different body types

 

November 16th

 

Mind a Vehicle to HealHow to Strengthen ImmunityHerbs & BlendsDecember 21stAllergies and Herb InteractionHerbal Families

 

January 18th

 

Pranayam, Breathing Exercises & Their BenefitsThe many Yoga’s & Yoga for Body Types

 

February

Aromatherapy II

 

Oil Layering and Marma PointsChemical Components in Aroma Therapy

 

March 22nd

 

Advanced Western Anatomy Physiology

 

April 19th

 

Integration of Food as a Medicine for Healing

 

May 10th

 

Reversing the Aging Process- Longevity HerbsBiology of Relationship

 

June 21st

 

Final & Graduation

Pancha Karma Training

 

Call us for upcoming dates on the next classes

 

305 467 2822

 

Hands on Training Covers the Following:

 

Purva Karma: palliative or preparatory process designed to loosen and liquify toxins (ama) using oi (snehana) and sweating(svedhana) methods.

 

What you will be learning:

 

Extended oleation

(abhyanga)Indian Massage, Marma Points

Lymphatic drainage Shirodhara,

Shiro BastiInternal oleation (snehapana) according to body type (dosha)

Svedhana: Body Wrap, Lepa, Pinda Svedhana, Pizichili, Bashp Svedhana

Daily YogaPractice

Appropriate Diet (recipes and food preparation according to dosha)

 

Pancha Karma:

 

“Pancha” means “five”; “Karma” means “actions”,

 

used not only for healing but also for seasonal prevention and rejuvenation.

 

Therapies you will learn:

 

Nasya: nasal administration of medicted oils for different body types

Basti: medicated enemas, colima application

Virechana: administration of purgative substances

Vaman: emesis

Rakta Moksha: bloodletting, discussion of but not direct application

 

Uttara Karma:

follow-up practices after Pancha Karma to rebuild the tissues through proper diet and lifestyle.

 

Other Therapeutic Procedures you will learn and receive:

 

Tarpana: relationship healing ceremonyAyurvedic facials for different body types

 

Karma Purana:

Ear treatment Liver and Gallbladder flushAyurvedic application of essential oils for Pancha Karma

 

Pizhichil: continuous pouring of warm oil over the entire body

 

Uttara Bashti: douching enema

 

Netra Basti: medicated eye bath

 

Katti Basti: lower back bath therapy

 

Udvartana: body scrub with medicated herbs & spices

 

Indictions and contra-indications for all treatments

dyUttara Bashti: douching enemaNetra Basti: medicated eye bathKatti Basti: lower back bath therapyUdvartana: body scrub with medicated herbs & spicesIndictions and contra-indications for all treatments

 

PrerequisiteMust Be An Ayurvedic Practitioner

 

 

 

 

About the Instructors

 

Light Miller, D.D.

 

Light Miller, ND., DD. received her B.S. in Social Science from UC Berkeley, became a Certified Massage Therapist at the LA School of Massage in 1967 and has since acquired over 32 years experience as a health practitioner.

 

In addition to providing individual health counseling and teaching seminars, Light has trained and certified over 500 massage therapists.

 

She is currently the only woman out of the 18 practitioners of Kaya Kalpa in the world. Kaya Kalpa is a branch of Ayurvedic Mystical Medicine, the oldest recorded healing art.

 

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Dr. Bryan Miller, D.C.

 

Dr. Bryan A. Miller, D.C. received his Chiropractic degree from Western States Chiropractic College. His unique ability as a healer is the result of extensive knowledge of the body’s systems and functioning, gained through more than 20 years of on-going studies in holistic health, massage, herbology, acupressure, diet, nutrition, bioenergetics and psychology.

 

Bryan has been teaching at Everglades University since 2006, as one the main teachers of the alternative health program.

 

Bryan’s passion is Cross Fibre Massage combined with Rebirthing breath and Forgiveness Ritual.

 

He loves teaching and is a Kaya Kalpa practitioner.

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