Courses Offered by the University of Ancestral Wisdom
Our courses are based on practical knowledge applicable to life, with the scientific basis of ancient Indian wisdom and the ethic of the body, mind and soul connection used along the Vedas.
Combined with the ashram ambient and life you will have a such amazing experience without parallel, getting knowledge in all the levels, sharing with amazing people dedicated to the practice of yoga and other areas of the Vedic knowledge.
Intensive Ayurveda in India
Promote Practitioners of basic Ayurveda with scientific foundations for the development of therapists and spiritual skills in traditional alternative according to the statutes of the World Health Organization.
Acquiring practical knowledge of Basic Ayurveda through professionals in India.
Improve skills through supervised practice.
Promote and use the bases of the Ayurveda system for healthy, ethical and spiritual wellbeing of the individual and his environment.
5 am Group meditation (optional).
6 am (Optional) Individual meditation.
8 am Breakfast.
9 am Ayurveda Class.
1 pm Lunch.
3 pm Seva (community service).
5 pm Ayurveda Class.
8 pm Dinner.
Elementary theory (Panchamahabhoota Siddhanta)
Combinational Theory (Tridosha Siddhanta)
Nature and imbalance (Prakriti – Vrikruti)
Physiology (Kriya Sharira)
Energetic channels and points (Strota Marmavigyanam)
Theory of toxins (Ama Vigyanam)
Basic medicine – basic diseases (Dravya-Guna)
Application of oil (Snehana)
Ayurveda Massage (Abhyanga)
Pinda Sweda – specific disorders
Yoga postures (Asanas)
Ayurveda Feeding (Bhog)
At the end of the course the students will be certificated by Yoga Inbound India and UDSA.
Course Stars: October 2016
Course duration: 14 days. (96 hours).
Investment: 650 USD
Includes Eco Guest House accommodation and food
Hatha Yoga Inbound India
To understand that Yoga is the union between God and soul; mind and spirit, etc. We will study and perform the doctrine of Karma Yoga as explain in the Bhagavad Gita, give reference to the Hatha Yoga tradition and disccuss the meanning of Bhakti Yoga.
Practice of the asanas mentioned under foundation course keeps one healthy and strong-both physically and mentally. It energizes each and everypart of the body, improves circulation and unites the body, mind and breath.
Duration: 15 days
|06:00 am to 06:15 am||Mantra Meditation|
|06:15 am to 07:45 am||Ashana Practice|
|07:45 am to 08:00 am||Pranayama|
|08:00 am to 10:30 am||Breakfast Break|
|10:30 am to 12:30 pm||Philosophy, questions and answers, Technical class and Group study.|
|12:30 pm to 03:30 pm||Lunch and Rest|
|03:30 pm to 04:30 pm||Parikram|
|05:00 pm to 06:15 pm||Ashana Practice|
|06:15 pm to 07:30 pm||Kirtan Yoga Meditation|
- Joint Movements
- Standing Breathing
- Back Movements
- Supine practise
- Surya Namaskar series
- Vriksasana series
- Trikonasana series
- Sirsasana series
- Cakrsana series
- Pascimottanasana series
- Ardhamatsyendrasana series
- Kakasana series
- Sarvangasana series
- Natural breathing
- Abdominal breathing
- Thoracic breathing
- Clavicular brathing
- Full yogic breathing
- Kapalbhati breathing
- Nadi Suddhi
- Bramari breathing
- Shitali breathing
- Shitkari breathing
“When the breath wounders the mind also is an unsteady. But when the breath is calmed the mind too will be steal and the Yogi achives long life. Therefore, one should learn to control the breath” Hatha Yoga Pradipika
Mantra and Kirtan meditation
- Maha mantra (greatest prayer), inical and closeing prayer for group and self practice.
- Bija Mantras
- Daily Evenning Chants
- Meanning of the word “Yoga”
- Study of Bhagavad Gita: Sankya Yoga, Karma Yoga and Bhakti Yoga