Prepayment for Course Plants for beauty – Eat for beauty
Herbology and nutrition therapy
Course Fee – $2500
A Registration Deposit of $250 is due when you register to secure a seat in the course which is payable to “Cherian Sales Services.”
The remaining balance of $2250 is paid to the course instructor on or before the day of class instruction with money order or cashiers check payable to “Cherian Sales Services.”
Note: A 10% discount on the course fee balance is available for students who pay with cash.
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Herbology and nutrition therapy 30 hours
Holistic nutritionists,in particular, incorporate a whole-life, or holistic, approach in their perspective to wellness. This involves an emphasis on maintaining a balance between food and the mind-body-spirit connection. In addition to dietary education, holistic nutritionists may advise people on how to use sleep, exercise, relaxation, meditation, or social activities to reach their wellness objectives and maintain a healthy lifestyle.
The study of food as medicine dates back to 400 BC when the “Father of Medicine,” the Greek physician Hippocrates, advised, “Let thy food be thy medicine and thy medicine be thy food.” While these principles guide modern-day nutritionists, today’s practitioners have the benefit of centuries of research and scientific discovery.
Alchemy of Herbs
Herbalismis the use of plants for therapeutic purposes to treat and prevent disease and promote health. Whole medical systems such as Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese
Medicine rely on herbal therapy for many of their treatments. Often, herbal medicines in the United States are derived from Ayurvedic plants, but herbal practitioners may use medicinal plants from all over the world.
Course on biological rejuvenation therapy. The program approximately for 50 hours
Let’s divide the program into 4 blocks:
- ⁃ Main concept and philosophy of a method
- ⁃ Aging biology
- ⁃ Principles and methods of rejuvenation
- ⁃ Practical guidance by methods and practicians of a detoxication andregeneration.
Main concept and philosophy of a method
24 elements of evolution agree philosophy Samkhya
Concept about Tanmatrakh and tanmatraterapiya
Four periods of chelovechsky life – a Dharma, an Arta, Kama and Moksha
Influence three Gong Satva – Rajas – Tamas on cognitive functions of the person 5 kosha ( bodies) and their function
Concept about the chakralny system and functions of chakras
5 elements of the Universe and their interaction from dosha
Basic information about Patanjali Yoga Sutre – 8 steps of an ashtang of yoga Three whales of life: Dekham – Atman – Manas
Concept Akhamkara and Dekham
Definition “Karma” according to Ayurvedic therapy – 4 types of a karma
Causes – investigative communications between a way of life and the state of health Ayurvedic explanation of function of Consciousness
Samskara and samsara
Three main types of aging and methods of their correction
20 types Gong and their impact on dosh
7 Dkhatu – 7 main body tissues, definition of their function and dysfunctions 16 vital channels of their function, dysfunctions and place of localization Lives three energy Ojas Tejas Prana
Vikruti and Prakruti
5 subdosha Of Vata Dosha
The reasons and symptoms of violation Cotton wool of a dosha and aging on Cotton wool to type
Definition Vata Dushti and Vata Kshaya
Huns the defining qualities of Vata
5 subdosha Pitta of dosha
The reasons and violations aging on Pitta to type Pitta Dushti, Pitta Vridhi, Pitta Kshaya definition Huns the defining qualities of Pita
5 subdosha of Kapha dosha
The reasons and Kapha dosha violations and aging on Kapha dosha to type Kapha Dushti, Kapha Vriddi, Kapha Kshaya definition
Huns the defining qualities of Kapha dosha
Principles and methods of rejuvenation
Functional food for a detoxication and rejuvenation. Functional food at tolerances and resistance.
The Rejuvenating procedures and methods of drawing up protocols
Methods of Ayurvedic treatment Shodan Chikits and Shaman Chikits Indications and contraindications for a panchakarm of therapy
Purkarma-training of patients before panchakarmy
shnehana – the equipment of an internal umaslivaniye Prodkhan karma – the main methods of Ayurvedic therapy Vamana – medical vomitings
Virechana – Ayurvedic depletive
Ashtopana-Ayurvedic medical enemas
Paschat a karma – a post of a panchakarma care
Pranayama, krya, bandha, asanas are also wise for rejuvenation. Ayurvedic recommendations for hormonal balance and emotional stability.
Practical guidance by methods and practicians of a detoxication and regeneration.
Svedana – a body detoxication by means of heat
Abkhyanga-Ayurvedic oil massage
Preparation of Ayurvedic oils and basic knowledge about ingredients of oils Indian massage of the head
Bases of a Marma of therapy
Sarvangadkhara – a plentiful oleation of the body
Synchronous massages in 4 hands
Tarpana or netra basti
Preparation of herbal decoctums and medical oils Udvartana massage by powders
Pindasvedana massage by sacks with medical herbs.
Samprapty stages – pathogenesis of a disease Samprapti types
Diagnostics by pulse
Diagnostics by eyes
The tongue dignostic