Ayurvedic Pathology Program 3 terms
Classes are not sequential, they are modular and you may enroll any term.
Lead instructor and class developer K.P. Khalsa, Yogaraj (Ayurveda), A.D., D.N.-C, R.H. has over 50 years of experience training Ayurveda practitioners and is one of the most well-regarded natural healing and wellness teachers in North America. Course material is taught by K.P. Khalsa and I.I.E.I. faculty of trained professionals.
Ayurvedic systemic pathology is the study of how Ayurveda understands and treats disease. During three modular terms, the Ayurvedic Pathology Course (A.P.P.) provides essential knowledge of Ayurvedic wisdom and the structure of disease. You will learn how to analyze the extent of pathogenesis and the causative factors of disease and gain the ability to develop appropriate solutions that provide a pathway to maintain and regain health and rejuvenation. We will discuss herbs and other Ayurvedic remedies, used for treating specific diseases affecting any dhātu (tissues), upadhātu (sub-tissues), mala (waste) or srotas (channels) in any stage of the disease pathology, including disease pathologies in prenatal or postnatal women.
Ayurvedic Systemic Pathology
How does Ayurveda understand disease?
This three term collection of courses provides essential knowledge about the Ayurvedic wisdom of the structure of disease, the ability to analyze the extent of pathogenesis and the causative factors and the ability to develop appropriate solutions that provide a pathway to maintain and regain health and rejuvenation. We will discuss herbs and other Ayurvedic remedies, used for treating specific diseases affecting any dhātu, upadhātu, mala or srotas in any stage of the disease pathology, including disease pathologies in prenatal or postnatal women.
Fall Term General Structure of Disease (Term 1)
In-depth coverage of nidana and samprapti. Provides a deeper understanding of causative factors in disease and how to use the Ayurvedic pathogenesis model for analysis and treatment protocols. Provides understanding and insight for qualities of the different stages of samprapti and their vectors and the different stages of life and how this understanding is used to develop effective treatment plans. Included: digestive tract, lung, cardiovascular.
Winter Term Srotas and Dhatus (Term 2)
Application of disease analysis, development of appropriate approaches to disease resolution and management following the structure of Ayurvedic systemic pathology. Continued in-depth look at the disease states within the Ayurvedic pathology, the development of solution pathways for regaining balance from the later stages of the Ayurvedic Pathogenesis Model, the use of rejuvenation therapies and discussions regarding integrated medicine. Included: brain and nerve, bone, muscle, fat, sexual.
Spring Term Srotas, Dhatu & Organ Disease (Term 3)
This class addresses pathologies specific to organs. Included: dosha movement, disease by dosha, dosha behavior, pathology by dosha, nerve pathologies, pain, reproductive disease, genetics and constitution, endocrine pathologies and immune pathologies.
Starts Oct 12, 2023