• ONLINE COURSE

    Ayurveda
    A Holistic Way of Life

    With S.K. Kamlesh, Ayurveda Acharya
    Part 1: Sat./Sun. 20th/21st & 27th/28th March
    Part 2: Sat./Sun. 03rd/04th & 10th/11th April
    Part 3: Sat./Sun. 17th/18th & 24th/25th April
    £47 for each part, £130 for all three parts

Ayurveda

A Holistic Way of Life

With S. K. Kamlesh, Ayurveda Acharya

Part ONE: 20th/21st & 27th/28th March
Part TWO: 03rd/04th & 10th/11th April
Part THREE: 17th/18th & 24th/25th April

Sat and Sun 10.30 – 12.00 Greenwich Mean Time (GMT)

Registration is possible for individual parts or for all three parts.

The webinar will be taught in English with translation into German, French and Spanish.

Shanti Kumar Kamlesh

 

Shanti Kumar Kamlesh

Is a 7th-generation Ayurveda Master. He graduated from Nagarjun Ayurvedic College in Lucknow, and has been teaching the fundamentals of the Ayurveda science of life, Ayurvedic cooking classes, and giving personal health consultations at Sivananda Yoga Centers worldwide for over 20 years.

Programme

10:30 am - 12:00 pm GMT

Part 1:

Sat. 20th March:

  • Introducing a vegetarian diet: which food items should be left out and which ones should be introduced – how to manage a balanced transition – do’s and don’ts in a vegetarian diet

Sun. 21st March:

  • How the constitutions of Vata, pitta and Kapha relate to sattva (purity), rajas (passion) and tamas (laziness)
  • Warning signs – how patterns of imbalance can be seen in the body

Sat. 27th March:

  • The important role of carbohydrates, protein, fat, minerals, and vitamins in the body: how these nutrients are digested and absorbed in the body – the 6 tastes as a guideline for the proper balance of these nutrients.

Sun. 28th March:

  • Rejuvenation of the body with common herbs and spices

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Part 2:

Sat. 03rd April:

  • The Law of Karma (cause and effect): how our thoughts, actions and food choices define our health and well-being.
  • Ayurveda and values for a complete life: dharma (moral value), artha (material value), kama (esthetic value), moksha (eternal value)

Sun. 04th April:

  • Yogic cooking: practical tips for the kitchen – how to store food and spices – how to prepare yourself for cooking and eating – good and bad times for eating – recipes which suit all body constitutions.

Sat. 10th April:

  • Food for Thought: how mental impressions affect our health. Examples of soothing sensory input. How to develop psychosomatic health in daily life.
  • The changing needs of body and mind: how to apply Ayurveda health principles during childhood, adult life and old age.

Sun. 11th April:

  • Practical Cooking Class:  lentils or dal soup with vegetables (sāmbhar) – dry curry of potatoes with vegetable and cashew nuts – popular Indian pancakes (dosas) – coconut chutney with fresh coriander and spices.

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Part 3:

Sat. 17th April:

  • Good Sleep: how to sleep properly – how to end your day – how to start your day – how to wake up and get out of Bed – morning cleansing – respecting natural functions of the body
  • How to bathe properly: when, how and how often to take bath – how to treat your skin – the importance of fresh clothes – how to clean your eyes

Sun. 18th April:

  • Weight Gain and Weight Loss according to Ayurveda: the Body Mass Index (BMI) – the ideal weight according to Vata, Pitta, Kapha – learning how to chew properly

Sat. 24th April:

How to improve your immune system: mechanisms of immunity

– sattva, the importance of a pure atmosphere and surrounding

– ojas and how to increase natural body resistance – recipes to boost your immune strength

Sun. 25th April:

  • Food Allergies: different types of food allergies, practical ways to adjust your diet
  • How to improve your Brain Power and Memory with a yogic diet

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Registration & Payment

 

Price:

£47 for each part

£130 for all three parts

 

A certificate of participation will be issued upon request after attendance of all three parts.

 

REGISTRATION & PAYMENT