2011 Classes

Classes can be arranged for online video courses

Invoking the Power of the Mind to Promote Healing


10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.



1. Introduction

1.1 Introduction to Ayurveda

1.2 Origin & History of Ayurveda

1.3 Present Status of Ayurveda Education & research in the world.

2. Principles of Ayurveda

2.1 Panchamahabhoota Siddhanta (Five element theory/pentads)

2.2 Triguna Siddhanta (Three omnisubstances)

2.3 Tridosha Siddhanta (Concept of three energies)

2.4 Saptadhatu Siddhanta (Concept of seven tissues)

2.5 Trimala Siddhanta (Concept of three waste products & daily routine)

2.6 Agni Siddhanta (Concept of digestive enzymes, Conversion energy, modern anatomy)

2.7 Annapachan Siddhanta (Concept of digestion)

2.8 Prakruti Siddhanta (Concept of constitution - Body & Mind)

2.9 Loka Purusha Siddhanta (Concept of Macrocosm & Microcosm)

2.10 Samanya Vishesha Siddhanta (Concept of similarity & dissimilarity)

2.11 Rasa-Veerya-Vipaka-prabhav Siddhanta (Concept of taste, thermal effect, post digestive effect & special attribute)

2.12 Vyadhi Siddhanta (Concept of disease)

2.13 Chikitsa Siddhanta (Concept of treatment)

2.14 Rasayana Vajeekarana Siddhanta (Concept of Rejunivation & vitalization)

2.15 Panchakarma Siddhanta (Concept of Panchakarma - Five purification methods)

2.16 Satmya-Asatmya Siddhanta (Concept of acclimatization)

2.17 Swasthya Siddhanta (Concept of Health)

2.18 Guna Siddhanta (Concept of properties/attributes)

2.19 Deerghayu Siddhanta (Concept of longevity)

2.20 Sthoulya Karshya Siddhanta (Concept of obese & thin)

2.21 Vyadhikshamatwa Siddhanta (Concept of immunity)

2.22 Ashtang Ayurveda (Eight folded Ayurveda)

Chicago - St. Francis Hospital
Saturday Classes
10:00AM to 1:00PM

Merrillville, IN
Sunday Classes
10:00AM to 1:00PM

Preventative Screening Program - PDF