Being a student at Ayurdaay Nilayam I encourage everyone who want to dive deeper into the healing wisdom of Ayurveda.
Therefore I like to introduce you to the ‘Ayurvedic Therapy training’ offered by Ayurdaay Nilayam.
This introductory program by itself is already a profound study into the principles and practical healing tools of Ayurveda. It can be followed as a seperate study or in anticipation to the full Ayurvedic Therapy course.
Content of study
The following subjects will be covered in this 30 hrs course:
- Introduction to Ayurveda
- Dosha (3 types)
- Dhatu ( 7 tissues)
- Mala (wast products)
- Agni (digestive fire)
- Gunas (qualities)
- Rasa (tastes)
- Ayurveda and Dinacharya
- Ayurveda and the Seasons
Locations 30 hrs introduction course
- Amsterdam – start September 9 – 2018
- Hengelo – start September 21 – 2018
- Lelystad – start September 30 – 2018
- Assen – start January 2019
- Leeuwarden – start September 8 – 2018
Do you want to subscribe to the 30 hrs introductory course then fill out the form below.
Discount on Ayurvedic treatment
After your subscription you will receive an e-mail with information + a voucher with
€ 15,- discount to an Ayurvedic treatment (you can choose from a selected number of Ayurvedic Therapists based in different places in the Netherlands).
Benefits of this introductory course
- 30 hours introduction course
For those who are not sure yet Ayurdaay Nilayam offers a 30 hrs introduction course. These 30 hrs are the first 30 hrs of the 300 hrs full program and cover the basic principles of Ayurveda. After the 30 hrs you are free to decide whether you continue with the full course or not. Read more about the 300 hours full training here.
- Learn from the classical texts
Ayurveda becomes widespread and its popularity is growing, that is wonderful, but also implies different interpretations and misconceptions.
Therefore Ayurdaay Nilayam uses the classical texts of the ancient ‘Ashtanga Hridayam’ – ‘The heart of all eight branches of Ayurveda’ – as its main reference.
- Small groups
With maximum of 12 participants this study ensures all space for attention, discussion, questions, flexibility and special requests.