Ayurvedic Medicine and Yoga Training online

San Diego College of Ayurveda, California is an International online training school with some courses recognized and registered with Yoga Alliance, International Association of Yoga Therapists and National Ayurvedic Medical Association (NAMA).

Our courses are quite affordable, and, are offered either 100% online, or, in a hybrid format (Mostly online with a minimum onsite requirement).

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The programs have been divided into two paths (we call it Tracks) in order to keep up with the different student audience, and to facilitate different students who want to sample an online course, or, move onto a deeper understanding by pursuing clinical Ayurveda diplomas.

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Track A programs are online courses, leading to certificate in Yoga Therapy , and, Ayurvedic Nutrition and so on. Track B may have some onsite requirement in the Ayurveda Counselor level.

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  • Foundation in Ayurvedic Health Practices Track B -150 Hours. August 2nd, 2015
  • Ayurveda 101- 50 Hours. August 2nd, 2015
  • Counselor 600 Hrs. July 16, 2015
  • Yoga Teacher Training 200 Hours (Ayurveda focus), July 2015

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    Download Track B- Foundation Level 1 Information

    Track B is a three level (tier) program with certificates being awarded at every level. You start at the beginning from Block 1 (150 Hours). Then, move on to a 600 Hour Ayurveda Counselor Certification. The student then moves onto the 1100 Hour Diplomas in Ayurvedic Wellness Practitioner which is Block 3 or Level 3. We are working on Ayurvedic Block 4 which will satisfy Ayurveda Doctor requirements as mandated by NAMA. Block 4 is scheduled to be out in 2016-2017.

    Training DeliveryWe have a unique and flexible training delivery system that uses a hybrid format of distance learning and limited onsite campus classes.

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    Creation of Ayurvedic Tablets (Vati)

    Ayurvedic Tablets - Recipe for Eladi Vati
    by Kristen George, AWC, Bhaishaja Kalpana student

    Eladi Gutika (EG), is an Ayurvedic formulation to support Kasa (Cough), Svasa (Asthma), Bhrama (Vertigo), Raktapitta (Bleeding disorders, or, high pitta), Jvara (Fever), and Amavata (Rheumatoid Arthritis with Ama). Some vaidyas are of the opinion that it can be used for Eladi Vati sore throat, dry cough and cold, chronic bronchitis, hiccups - which are issues related to pranavaya srotas. It can support and aid nausea and vomiting, loss of appetite, hyperacidity as well.

    Vati & Gutika: Medicines prepared in the form of tablet or pills are known as Vati and Gutika. These are made of one or more drugs of plant, animal or mineral origin.

    Actions: Pacifies aggravated pitta. Soothes the throat. Relieves excessive thirst.

    Side Effects: There are no known side effects of this medicine. Over-dosage may cause slight burning sensation in abdomen. It is better to avoid this tablet during pregnancy

    Ingredient English Name Ratio Amount
    Ela Cardamom 1 3g
    Patra Bay Leaf (laurel) 1 3g
    Twak Cinnamon 1 3g
    Pippali Long pepper 4 12g
    Sita Sugar 8 24g date sugar
    Yasthimadhu Licorice 8 24g
    Kharjura Dates 8 24g
    Draksha Raisins 8 24g
    Madhu Honey 8 24g

    Rose Petals
    References: (recipe/how to in next section)

    Indian Journal of Research in Pharmacy and Biotechnology, “A COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW OF ELADI VATI”

    SDCOA Lecture by Manjulali “Gutika, Vati in Traditional Ayurvedic Texts”
    To make Eladi Vati

    STEP 1- First, grind all dry herbs mix with sugar into a churnam.

    STEP 2- Soak dates and raisins in water to rehydrate. Once they are rehydrated, add some of the date/raisin water to the dry herbs to make a kalka. Grind the raisins and dates together until they are a smooth paste.

    STEP 3- Add the honey and mix well. Then add the kalka and mix until it becomes a homogeneous mixture.

    STEP 4 - Role a small amount into a pill-sized ball. Continue making these until the mixture has been used. Set out in the shade for 3 days to dry, or alternatively dry out at a low temperature in the oven for a few hours. (I set my oven at “keep warm” cycle, which is 170 degrees)

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