Ayurveda Therapy Foundation Course (ATFC)
Ayurveda Therapy Foundation Course (ATFC)
Who should attend
- Everyone who wants to learn Ayurveda is eligible.
Ayurveda Foundation Course is meant to set-up the foundation of Ayurveda for further education and to get a brief introduction of Ayurvedic science. This certificate allows the students to actively participate on any event of ayuveda by having a foundation on the subject. Prime objectives for this certificate course is-
- To promote the awareness for Positve Health and personality assessment by knowing body type (Vata, Pitta & Kapha) in students.
- To develop and impart skills in application of herbal supplements for restoring and promoting positive health.
- Etiology of selected disease will be studied with the help of research surveys and clinical observations in the context of basic concepts in Ayurveda.
Duration of the course
- Time Duration : 60hrs of contact classes with 1 assignment and 1 exam, Minimum of 1 month.
- Attendance in Theory and Practical.
- Assignment in the form of UAFC and Theoretical work.
- Personal experiences pertaining to herbal supplements and the concept of Ayurveda.
- Personality changes: as assessed by different teachers through a semi structured tool.
|UAFC 101||Introduction to History of Ayurveda and Basic Principles Veda and Ayurveda||6|
|UAFC 102||Introduction to Ayurvedic Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology.||8|
|UAFC 103||Preventive medicine in Ayurveda||6|
|UAFC 104||Nutrition Conception of nutrition||6|
|UAFC 105||Treatment (Practical Training)||8|
|UAFC 106||Pharmacology Ayurvedic medicine preparation||5|
|UAFC 107||Diagnose The Ayurvedic concept of health and disease Overview of Ayurvedic etiology and pathogenesis||5|
|UAFC 108||Treatments (Panchakarmas) The Ayurvedic approach to management of imbalance and disease||6|
|UAFC 109||Specific diseases and its treatment methods||6|
|UAFC 110||Yoga and Ayurveda Spiritual and philosophical aspects of Yoga||4|
- UAFC 101: Introduction to History of Ayurveda and Basic Principles Veda and Ayurveda.
Ayurveda as the art of living & the science of healing, Introduction to Sankhya theory and the roots of Vedic Philiosphy. The scientific principles of Ayurveda. Spirituality in daily life and the aims of life; dharma, artha, kama and moksha. The present situation of Ayurveda in India.
UAFC 102: Introduction to Ayurvedic Anatomy, physiology and Pathology.
The Ayurvedic understanding of and inter-relationship of the body, mind and spirit.
UAFC 103: Preventive medicine in Ayurveda
Daily routine (Dinacharya) Personal development, Seasonal routines and Constitutional analysis (Prakuti).
UAFC 104: Nutrition Conception of nutrition:.
Medicinal properties of spices, Ayurvedic concept of digestion, assimilation and elimination. Agni (jathara agni, bhuta agni, dhatu agni, cellular agni) and the clinical assessment of agni. Nutrition for Vata, Pitta, Kapha and the mix types.
UAFC 105: Treatment (Practical Training):
Ayurvedic oil applications: Poorvakarma (Traditional Ayurveda treatments) Abhyanga, Siro dhara, Kaya seka, Pinda sweda This weekend is designed for different way of oil applications on the body and head according to the traditional practises of Kerela.
UAFC 106: Pharmacology Ayurvedic medicine preparation:
Important medicinal plants, minerals and animal products in Ayurvedic medicine; Important Ayurvedic preparations, Decoctions (Kashaya), Ayurvedic oils (Thailam), Medicated Ghee (Ghrtam), Arishtams, Gudikas, Churnas, Lehyams.
UAFC 107: Diagnose The Ayurvedic concept of health and disease Overview of Ayurvedic etiology and pathogenesis:
(Nidana-panchakam), the three-fold examination (Trividha pariksha), observation (darshana), tactile perception (sparshana), questioning (prashna) 10 aspects in diagnosis, including Pulse diagnosis. The eight-fold examination (Asthavidha pariksha): Marmas (Ayurvedic energy points).
UAFC 108: Treatments (Panchakarmas) The Ayurvedic approach to management of imbalance and disease:
Detoxification (Pancha Karma) Vamana, Virechana, Vasti, Sirovireca, Raktamoksha. A detoxification procedure: either palliation (Shamana) or elimination (shodana), such as Panchakarma. Therapies that are (a) antagonistic to the provoked dosha or (b) antagonistic to the disease, based on the principle that opposite qualities balance. Provide rejuvenation (rasayana) for the body in general, to increase immunity, to strengthen specific organs and tissues.
UAFC 109: Specific diseases and its treatment methods:
Specific External and internal treatment as prescribed in texts. Vasti for spinal problems, Udhvartan for obesity, Abhyangam for hemiplagia etc.
UAFC 110: Yoga and Ayurveda Spiritual and philosophical aspects of Yoga:
Yoga as daily practise The principles of Ayurveda in the practise of yoga. Students understand through personal experience the effect of Yoga has on constitutional balance and how to restore and maintain that balance.
- Courses and Classes Start From Morning 10:00am to Night 10:00pm.
We Run Three Batches –
- Weekdays Day Time – After 10:00am and Before 4:00pm.
- Evening Time – After 7.30pm till 10:00pm
- Weekends – After 10:00am and Before 4:00pm
We Run Three Batches –
WEEKDAYS (Mon, Tues, Wed 9am to 12 noon) Batch 2019- Jan- 7th, Feb-4th, Mar-4th, April-8th, May-6th, June-3rd, July- 8th, Aug-5th, Sept-9th, Oct-7th, Nov-4th, Dec-9th
WEEK EVENING (Mon, Tues, Wed 7.30pm to 10pm) Batch 2019- Jan-7th, Feb-4th, Mar-4th, April-8th, May-6th, June-3rd, July-8th, Aug-5th, Sept-9th, Oct-7th, Nov-4th, Dec-9th
WEEKENDS (Sat, Sun 11am to 4pm) Batch 2019- Jan-12th, Feb-9th, Mar-9th, April-13th, May-11th, June-8th, July-13th, Aug- 10th, Sept-7th, Oct-12th, Nov-9th, Dec-14th
For Specific Time Schedule of Each Course and Batches, Please Email To
- OR SMS/WHATSAPP/CALL: (+65) 8321 6170 / 8133 7608
Holidays / Vacations-
- Chinese New Year- 10 Days, Christmas / New Year- 15 Days and All Calendar Holidays of Singapore Except Sundays
|REGULAR FACULTY||VISITING FACULTY|
Dr Satyam Tripathi
Course Principal & Director
Bachelor in Ayurvedic Medicine & Surgery (BAMS)
Doctor of Medicine (MD)-Yoga & Rehabilitation
Dr Purnandu Sharma
Ayurveda-Yoga Therapy Consultant,Yoga University, Bangalore (India)
Ms. Ong Pei Jia, Monalisa
Certificate in Ayurveda Priciples (CAP)
Senior Yoga Therapist
Diploma in Yoga Therapy (DYT)
Dr Neeraja., BAMS, MSc (yoga)
Resident Ayurveda and Yoga Therapy Consultant University, Bangalore (India)
Before signing up for the course, please have a preview of course from our trainers and understand full schedule and syllabus and rules – regulation etc. Website, brochure are information materials for public and if in case you have not read the same then school is not responsible for your ignorance and negligence.
Signing up the course form is a declaration that you have understood all criteria and you are aware of the all pros and cons of the course and with your full awareness, you are signing up for the course. You will not be able to get any refund or transfer of fees at any point of time during the course.
All kind of Yoga Ayurveda teaching, training and therapy can cause certain injuries.
Signing up for the course / class / therapy means that you are aware of the probable injuries.
Union Yoga Ayurveda (Union Centre Pte Ltd) and it’s staff are not liable or responsible for any injuries caused during the session which are visible or not visible, physical or hormonal or mental.
You as client take full responsibility of your own decision and will not claim any kind of compensation in terms of money or any resources for the damage caused because of due process.
- NOTE : THAT COURSE FEES IS NON REFUNDABLE AND NON TRANSFERABLE IN ANY CIRCUMSTANCES.
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