AY19 Ayurveda Certificate Course, Jamberoo NSW
Happy I healthy I fulfilled
A three module course providing an in-depth working knowledge of
Ayurveda to optimise your own health and wellbeing.
Ayurveda, a sister science to yoga, is a 6,000 year old therapeutic system that helps to maintain the health of body, mind and spirit.
There is a huge global resurgence of interest in Ayurveda. In our busy world it‘s easy to lose connection with natural rhythms. Our working day now flows into the night as electronic devices stay on late and we travel across time zones. Ayurveda provides the tools to help us manage our turbulent lifestyles to help us stay healthy, calm and balanced in our 21st century world.
According to this ancient healing science, every living and non-living thing in the universe is made up of a combination of 5 basic elements—space, air, fire, water and earth.
Our human body is also made up of these five elements in various compositions.
They manifest in the human body as three basic constitutions or subtle energies known as doshas: vata, pitta and kapha.
- space + air combine to form vata
- fire + water combine to form pitta
- water + earth combine to form kapha
This is why everything outside of us can affect what goes on inside of us.
We can be affected by the food we eat, the herbs or supplements we take, what we drink, the seasons of the year and the environment around us.
Even the type of exercise we do and therapies we receive have a particular type of impact on our body, mind and emotions.
Ayurveda shows us that natural elements, such as the warmth and light of the sun, the air we breathe and the mineral and plant substances we ingest, all have an immense therapeutic effect. When the 5 elements and the 3 doshas are in balance, we are able to function at our highest level as human beings.
By understanding the positive and negative aspects of each element and dosha, we can design our life in such a way that we can live the life we want to—healthy, happy and fulfilled.
No previous knowledge of Ayurveda is required.
On this course you will learn daily approaches to diet and nutrition, lifestyle, restorative movement and relaxation, yoga for the doshas, skin care, body therapies and much much more.
See the full course outline below for details.
Three 3-day modules
Module 1: October 11th–13th 2019, Friday to Sunday
Modules 2 & 3: 2020 (TBA)
So many benefits.
You will also receive a certificate in personal Dru Ayurveda Health and Nutrition, and 4 hours CPD per module.
This course does not qualify you as an Ayurvedic practitioner. You may use the techniques you learn on it to care for your family.
This course is a precursor to the Dru Ayurveda Health Coach Diploma
The beautiful Jamberoo Resort is surrounded by natural bush, backs on to the Minnamurra rainforest and is just 12 minutes from the coastal town of Kiama.
Enjoy a complete ayurveda/yoga immersion and retreat experience by opting to stay onsite. Between sessions you can relax by taking a walk around the grounds. Expect to see local kookaburras and parrots and enjoy the sounds of nature at its best.
There is one thing you certainly won't hear . . . . . traffic.
Prices and booking
To secure your place either pay $450 deposit (non-refundable) and you will be contacted to choose your payment plan
Call the Dru office and pay Option 1 full amount upfront $2017
You can pay your $450 deposit online using the button above right or alternatively please call the Dru office on (02) 6161 1462 to pay over the phone.
There are three payment options for the remaining course payment:
|Payment plan options||Deposit||Regular installments||Final installment||Total fees|
|Payment in full||$0||$2017||$2017|
|4-monthly||$450||$732 x 2||$282 x 1||$2196|
|Monthly||$450||$249 x 7||$48 x 1||$2241|
These fees cover your tuition, morning and afternoon teas.
You can stay on site at the Jamberoo Resort.
Please book in directly with them. See Location details below.
This course is filling quickly so please book soon to avoid disappointment!
We can’t wait to see you there!