Now, more than ever, is the perfect time to be more aware of your body and offer the care that you truly deserve. Nothing can be more rewarding than living in harmony with your mind, body, and spirit. This is exactly the goal of Ayurvedic Medicine: to promote overall health and well-being.
If you’re reading this, you may have initial knowledge of Ayurveda and want to deepen your understanding about it or you’ve heard it the first time and become so curious that you would want to learn more. Who would not? Everyone wants to experience that optimal wellness and later on be a professional who offers this kind of healing to the people they care about.
Ayurveda or Ayurvedic Medicine is the oldest form of holistic medicine that originated in India about 5,000 years ago. It was derived from the Sanskrit words ayus which stands for “longevity” or “life” and veda which means “knowledge” or “science”. There are three forces inside our bodies also known as doshas which are Vata, Kapha, and Pitta. Ayurveda believes that everyone has their own unique constitutional needs so each form of healing is designed depending on someone’s individuality.
The question that might come to mind now, is it still relevant in the present times? Why would I want to learn about these old practices when I can easily grab an over-the-counter medicine whenever pain occurs?
That’s exactly the point, why would you wait for the time when you can no longer endure the pain?
Ayurveda believes in prevention over cure.
That’s why there are daily routines or dinacharya that you could do every day to properly care for yourself and do things in accordance with the cycles of nature. These consist of daily habits that will help you maintain the balance of your doshas and promote health all through-out your body. Ayurveda also offers natural remedies and steps that help make sure you are doing the right thing in keeping yourself away from any imbalances. It is about doing things in harmony with the laws of nature. Finding the root causes of a certain ‘disease’ or ‘discomfort’ rather than curing the mere surface.
To help you in exploring more about this traditional healing practice, the Holistic Ayurveda Team designed practical courses that are simple enough for you to understand and at the same time still provides great depth and broad knowledge that will help you get to know Ayurvedic Medicine better. Our mission is to provide you with excellent courses available.
“It fills me with great pride to plant seeds of ancient wisdom and timeless knowledge into the minds of eager students seeking a true pathway of optimal wellness for themselves as well as for others.”Dr. Hemant Gupta MD Ayurveda, DNM, the Founder and Director of Holistic Ayurveda
The courses are excellently crafted by Dr. Hemant Gupta with his more than 35 years of extensive expertise in Ayurvedic medicine. He’s had his MD Degree in Ayurvedic Medicine, and a degree in Natural Medicine. He hopes to treat patients and shares his knowledge with others to be of help in promoting a well-lived and healthy lifestyle.
In order to make these treasures and resources available, you can now set a virtual appointment via Skype, Zoom, and Webinars when needed. We’re also trying to answer your questions or concerns one by one to respond to your needs through email and phone.
You can make better use of your stay at home life at the moment and learn these courses at the convenience of your own home and time.
“I loved it when all the pieces were coming together and depth of understanding started to solidify or gel. It increased my appetite for wanting to learn more and more. The small group size, instructor availability, and willingness of sharing information are all advantages of this course.”Elaine H., an Ayurvedic Health Practitioner from Edmonton
“In my healing work, it adds and expands my ability to help people even more. It was very uplifting and taught by a wonderful and knowledgeable guru.”James Ang
“I will be able to add a little knowledge to the assessment process as well as incorporate to protocols into treatment plans. By the end of day three, not only had I learned so very much, I was completely and perfectly relaxed and energized!”Barb S.
Certifications Programs include Ayurveda Wellness Counselor (AWC), Ayurveda Spa Technician, Marma Therapy Practitioner, Ayurveda Wellness Consultant, Ayurveda Nutritionist, Ayurveda Herbalist, Vedic Astrology, and Sanskrit Language Course. These programs cover 40+ hours per month. You can avail of these at 50% less for distance learning compared to a face-to-face class format.
Join us as we promote this true health-care system and replace the current drug-based disease management that has failed to address chronic disease epidemics.
You can view the Holistic Ayurveda Institute Program Catalogue and register for a full Ayurveda experience!