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Pancha Karma Practitioners Certification 250 hours


This program is for those who wish to be trained in the theraputic use of marma points, Ayurvedic massage and other purva karma techniques, and Pancha Karma and Shat Karma (the cleansing practices of Ayurveda and Yoga, respectively) methods.
2010 dates


Ayurvedic Massage, Pancha Karma and Shat Karma (Yogic Kriya) Practitioner Certification Training
Sarasvati Buhrman, Ph.D., Shar Lee, C.M.T., E..Y.T., Kate Fotopoulis, and Dr. Bharat Vaidya  MD


CLASSES NEEDED TO COMPLETE BEFORE CERTIFICATION GIVEN
1)  Ayurveda I is the prerequisite for all the classes below
2)  Pancha Karma class

3) Massage I :  Marma Points 

5) Massage !!:  Abhyanga, Shirodhara, Udhvartana

6) Specialty foods for Pancha Karma

7) Rasayana



CLASSES NEEDED TO COMPLETE BEFORE CERTIFICATION GIVEN 

Ayurvedic Purva Karma, Pancha Karma, and Yogic Shat Kriya 250-hr
Professional Certification Training Program 2012

Register for this program if:

You want to receive training to enable you to become a certified
practitioner of Ayurvedic Panchakarma or Yogic Shat Kriya, and you have
completed the prerequisite course Ayurvedic Medicine I

or

You are a graduate of our  Yoga Therapy Professional Certification Training
Program, and you wish to increase your current hours of training in
anticipation of IAYT¹s  increased requirements in 2014

or

You are enrolled in RMIYA¹s  1250-hour Ayurvedic Medicine and Yoga Therapy
Certification Program

This comprehensive hands-on training program allows participants to explore
marma point body therapies, learn about Ayurvedic seasonal and cleansing
diets, and experience each stage of  the purva karma  and  pancha karma/
shat karma processes themselves, in the North-Indian style. Students will
learn the indications and contraindications of each pancha karma or shat
karma practice, and how to administer these to others.
Instruction includes
administration of four different types of  hands-on Ayurvedic body oleation
therapies suitable for spa or clinic. Students will also learn how to
prepare medicated oils specific to each patient, and will be required to
prepare their own massage oils, vastis, and nasyas, for the class.  The
training also includes information about methods of rasayana, and how to
rejuvenate the body after cleansing.  Prerequisite: Ayurvedic
Medicine I, or
equivalent.  (RMIYA Yoga Therapy Program graduates wanting to take this
training without having completed Ayurvedic Medicine I in its entirety
should contact the RMIYA office)

Courses starred (*) below may be taken separately, if a student
has interest
in only one aspect of the training.  The Marma Chikitsa course has no
prerequisites.  All others require completion of Ayurvedic Medicine I, or
equivalent, as a prerequisite.   Students who register for the Body
Therapies II weekend should also attend the first two Tuesday evening
classes of the full training.

Tuition Fee for the whole  250-hr certification training is $3685 or
$3300, if fees  received by  MARCH 22 or dates given by each separate class below

.  A fixed  $200 additional materials fee will be charged
for any part of the training other than marma chikitsa, to include cost of
general oils, herbs,  cooking and other supplies used during the classes
themselves.  Cost of parts of the training which may be taken separately is
listed in each course description below.


SCHEDULE  FOR THE TRAINING 2012


Tue Mar 27 7:00-9:30 p.m.
*Overview of Purva Karma, Pancha Karma, and Shat Karma;  Preparation of
Individualised Medicated Oils (Sarasvati Buhrman, Ph.D.)
Location: Ayurvedic Medicine and Classical Yoga Therapy, 5757 Central Ave,
Ste 210 Boulder, Co. 80301

Tue April 10  7:00-9:30 PM
*Methods of Snehan and Swedan (Sarasvati Buhrman, Ph.D.)
Indications, contraindications, and general methods of oil applications
and therapeutic applications of heat to the body.
Location: Ayurvedic Medicine and Classical Yoga Therapy, 5757 Central Ave,
Ste 210 Boulder, Co. 80301

Fri-Sun APRIL 13( 6-9pm), APRIL 14, 15 (9-6:30) APRIL 20 (6-9pm), 21, 22 (9-6:30)
*Ayurvedic Body Therapies II: Garshan, Abhyanga, Udvartina, and Shirodhara
Kate Fotopolous, C.M.T. (45 hours/ 2cr)
Instruction and practice in the application of garshan and three major
methods of Ayurvedic oleation (30 hrs), plus an additional 15 hours of
supervised practicum, included in the second weekend.  Methods of
setting up  space,  organizing supplies, and incorporating these Ayurvedic practices
into both clinical and spa settings. Prerequisite: Ayurvedic Medicine I /
basic knowledge of doshas, agni, and herbology.  Students should read the
first 5 chapters of the text, Encyclopedia of Ayurvedic Massage by Dr John
Douillard, prior to the first class meeting, and bring their own sheets for
practicing the Massage.

Sat-Sun,   MAY 5, 6   10am-6:30pm
*Special Foods for Seasonal Diets and Pancha Karma (15 hrs/1 cr)
Bharat Vaidya, B.A.M.S., M.D., and Anupama Vaidya, M.S.
Students will learn the theory of seasonal and panchakarma diets, and learn
to cook several traditional dishes which are helpful to patients undergoing
panchakarma therapy. Location: 2082 Grayden, Superior, CO, 80027
Prerequisite: Ayurvedic medicine I or basic Ayurvedic Concepts
Tuition fee if taken separately: $280 or $255


 

May 12, 13, 14   SAT, SUN MON  9:00-6:30
*Rasayana: The Art of Rejuvenation (30 hrs/2 cr)
Bharat Vaidya, B.A.M.S., M.D.
Rasayana, or Ayurvedic rejuvenation practices, are done after panchakarma
seasonal cleansings, after treatment of disease, after injury, in cases of
debility, and to combat aging and foster a long, healthy, productive life.
Rejuvenation can be as simple as taking certain life-extending plants or
minerals; or it can include regimens of special diets, seclusion, and
mantra, meditation, and other yoga practices. The course will explore
anti-aging and immuno-stimulant plants and their effects, types of rasayana
preprations and important rasayan formulas, lifestyle and diet
supportive of
rejuvenation, kayakalpa and other seclusion practices. prerequisite:
Ayurvedic Medicine I. Location: 2082 Grayden, Superior, Co. Tuition Fee:
$525 or $475 if paid in full by April 22



Tue May 15: 7:00-9:30 p.m.
Yogic and Ayurvedic Methods of Vamana  (Sarasvati Buhrman, Ph.D.)
Indications, contraindications, and general methods of therapeutic vamana,
from both the Ayurvedic and Yogic cleansing systems.
Location: Ayurvedic Medicine and Classical Yoga Therapy, 5757 Central Ave,
Ste 210 Boulder, Co. 80301

Sat May 19  7:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.  Vaman and  Other Yogic Shat Karma
Practices
Day (Sarasvati Buhrman, Ph.D.)  vaman and vastra dhautis,  jal and sutra
netis, tratak, and Ayurvedic herbal throat soothe, followed by potluck
special foods lunch. Location: Riverside Dr, Lyons, Co.

Tue May 22: 7:00-9:30 p.m.
Yogic and Ayurvedic Methods of Virechan (Sarasvati Buhrman, Ph.D.)
Indications, contraindications, and general methods of therapeutic
virechan,   complete internal digestive cleansing.  Asana sequence for varisar dhauti.
Location: Ayurvedic Medicine and Classical Yoga Therapy, 5757 Central Ave,
Boulder, Co. 80301

Sat May 26 6:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.  Virechan Practices Day (Sarasvati Buhrman,
Ph.D.) Practice of herbal methods of virechana and/or Yogic varisar dhauti
according to contraindications, followed by potluck special-foods lunch.
Location: TBA

Tue May 29: 7:00-9:30 p.m.
Ayurvedic Methods of Vasti (Sarasvati Buhrman, Ph.D.)
Indications, contraindications, and general methods of therapeutic
cleansing
and oily enema. Location: Ayurvedic Medicine and Classical Yoga Therapy,
5757 Central Ave, Boulder, Co. 80301

Tue June 5: 7:00-9:30 p.m.
Ayurvedic  Treatments for the Head:  Methods of Nasya,  Netra vasti
(Sarasvati Buhrman, Ph.D.)
Netra vasti,  treatment for the eyes, in class.  Indications,
contraindications, and general preparation and administration methods for
therapeutic herbal  cleansing and medicated-oil nasal  applications for
allergies, sinus infections, neurological and emotional issues, and general
well-being. Location: Ayurvedic Medicine and Classical Yoga Therapy, 5757
Central Ave, Boulder, Co. 80301

Sat June 9  8:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.  Nasya Practice Day (Sarasvati Buhrman,
Ph.D.) Application of two types of nasya, discussion of individualised
rasayana formula for each participant, followed by potluck special-foods
lunch. Location: Riverside Drive, Lyons, Co.

March 24, 25, 26 Sat-Sun-Mon 9-6:30 PM:
*Ayurvedic Body Therapies I: Marma Chikitsa (30 hr/ 2cr)
Shar Lee, C.M.T., T.C.P., E-RYT 500
An exploration of the major pranic gateway points (marmani) of the body,
their relationship to organs and channels of the body, and method for basic
treatment through utilization of pressure to selected points in
the physical body to activate healing and restore balance.

No prerequisite.
Location: 724 Collyer, Longmont Co. 80501.  Bring a bag lunch.
Cost: $475 or $450 if paid in full by JUNE 28th COSTS FOR THE PROGRAM Seasonal and PK cooking $260 or $285 Marma Chakitsa $450 or $500 Ayur Body II $700 or $750 Pk/ Shat Karma class $950 or $1050 Rasayana $490 or $540 TOTAL $2850 or $3125 Prerequisite AYURVEDIC MED I $675 or $750 GRAND TOTAL $3525 or $3875




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