About The Training Program on Ayurvedic Lifestyle
Ayurveda is the ancient science of life which has come to us from the Indian subcontinent. It teaches how to live a long healthy life and how to cure the diseased. Thus, it is a traditional medical science based mainly on herbal remedies, diet prescriptions and purification measures, and equal importance is given to maintaining good health and preventing diseases.
Will enable you to understand the basic concepts and principles of Ayurveda which are important in your daily life. You learn about your body type, healthy food habits, what to eat according to your body type, what makes you sick and how to keep yourself and your family healthy through the day and all the seasons and how to prepare simple home remedies. During the class, herbal teas, a herbal decoction and a medicated oil will be prepared.
Topics which will be covered:
The concept of Three Doshas – the physiological and pathological factors of the body: Vata, Pitta, Kapha
Body types based on Dosha predominance
Mental types based on Tri Guna – Sattva, Rajas, Tamas
Cause – Symptoms – Cure, how diseases occur and how they get cured
The six tastes and their effect on the body
Agni – the digestive fire
Ama – toxic matter due to improper digestion
Who is considered as healthy
Principles of healthy nutrition
Concept of natural urges which should not be suppressed
Healthy sleep and healthy sexual life
Basic principles of Ayurvedic pharmacology, properties and effect of some commonly used herbs
Ayurvedic herbal preparations
Massage oils for each body type
Panchakarma – the five basic Aurvedic procedures
Rasayana – rejuvenating therapies
Tuition Fee: 620 TL
Early Registration: 580 TL
Date of Early Registration: March 2, 2019
The tuition fee includes tea coffee, lunch is not included. Lunch is possible at the cafes and restaurants in the surrounding area.
Ayurvedic Lifestyle Registration Form
Please fill in the registration form at the link below to participate in the Ayurvedic Lifestyle. Thanks.
Dr. Stefanie Solotych
I was born and raised in East-Berlin. My first education I got in law, and I worked as a lawyer and law-scholar for many years.
In 2002, I became seriously ill and had to change my life. Since then, I got educated in herbal therapy, psychotherapy, Pranic healing and Marma therapy in Germany and the United States.
In 2007, I moved from Germany to California and worked there as a self-employed Pranic healer.
In 2010, I started studying Ayurveda at the Gujarat Ayurved University in Jamnagar, India and graduated after 5½ years as Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery (B.A.M.S.).
From India, I moved to Sri Lanka where I worked as an Ayurvedic doctor at an Ayurveda resort.
Since October 2018, I am practicing Ayurveda in Istanbul. I translated the Charaka Samhita, the basic ancient treatise of Ayurveda from Sanskrit into German.