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Pathway To Peacefulness:
Teacher Training

8  Lesson Recording
1 Ayurveda Analysis Questionnaire
1 Ayurveda Analysis Document
1 Davantree Chant



11:30am to 1:00pm  from 30th January until 30th March

You must be able to .......

  • Deliver an ‘elemental’ based class-choice of postures with variations, pranayam, meditation to create energetic balance

  • You will be assessed on creating a lesson plan 

Your Tutor 

Vaidya Jagadish Bhutada Ayurvedacharya (B.A.M.S.)
Panchakarma Specialist (D.P.C.)
Ayurved Snatak (Gurukul Method)

Dr Jagadish runs his private clinic in Pune, and the Ayurvedic Centre at Kaivalyadhhama. He will be sharing Ayurvedic Principles in relation to Asana, Pranayama, 5 elements theory . Online Classes Total 20 hours training



30th January 

An overview of Ayurveda and the meaning of common terminology

  • What is Ayurveda

  • Pancha kosha

  • Samskara

  • Mala

  • Dhatu

  • guna :Cells, muscle, fat, bone, nervous tissue)



  • Know your Yamas and Niyamas (see pre-study material)

  • Reflect on the Past-Present-Future

  • spend quiet time during the day reflecting on - where is my brain? where is my consciousness?

  • Develop inner awareness:

    • Which part of my body gets tired​

    • Honour and Respect this part of the body 

    • Rest  eyes with water, palming or eye exercises

  • Enjoy TASTE meditation: connect with the mechanics of eating and compare with the emotions of eating

Lecture ONE

Davantree Chant Dr Vaidya Jagadish Bhutada Ayurvedacharya (BAMS)
00:00 / 05:29

Restore & Realign

6th February 

Balance the Dosha: Kapha

  • The role of Kapha within the body

  • The origin of Kapha and how it manifests in the body

  • How to manage Kapha within the body and mind

  • Recipies 



  • Lubricate - daily oil massage

  • Build self trust and confidence

  • Create physical space into your life: walks in nature, a quiet spot in the house to sit,meditation

  • Connect with space - moon, stars, sky, sun to develop understanding of the world

  • Sweat regularly

  • Build connections

  • Make peace with the past 

Read our blog on Abhyanga ... An Ayurvedic Self Massage

Lecture TWO

Build Resiliance


13th February 

Balance the Dosha: Pitta

  • Review of Kapha

  • The role of Pitta

  • The origin of Pitta and how it manifests in the body

  • Types of Pitta Energy

Practices To Cultivate Positive Pitta

  • Connect with your energy upon waking,  lunch, dinner, before bed

  • Sit still/rest 10 mins after eating

  • Prayer, chanting, read loudly 

  • Drink more water if voice is used a lot

  • Listen well

  • Practice doing nothing

  • Practice No Fear

Lecture THREE

20th Feb 

Root of Disease 

Include pulse taking

  • life-style observations to show  which unsettled  dosha - leading to disease

  • corrective habits to maintain balance in dosha

  • linkt of dosha to sense organs


Practices To Resettle Dosha

  • recipe to help sleep better

  • activities during the day

  • use of sense organs

  • create a pulse diary

  • use of oil

Lecture FOUR

Open Channels

13th March 

Integrate Ayurveda Into Your Lifestyle

  • life-style observations to show  which unsettled  dosha - leading to disease

  • corrective habits to maintain balance in dosha

  • linkt of dosha to sense organs


Lecture FIVE

6th March

Types of Vata

qualities, energy, toxins, disease, how it may manifest, digestion, the mind

  • How to balance vata

  • Different types of vata

  • What weakens vata

  • How to strengthen vata


A guide in how to direct the mind to experience vata

Lecture SIX

Feel the Future


13th March

Awareness, Observations & Devotion


Why and how to connect with:

  • the intellect

  • the soul

  • sense organs


and how they relate to habits, behaviour and the future

Practices to strengthen observation

  • evening savashana

  • strengthen energy

  • connect 7 surrender

  • focus

Lecture SEVEN

20th March


  • Review of pulse & digestion

  • Consideration of time & space on dosha

  • Common herbs to support general health & wellbeing

Lecture EIGHT

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