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NOTE: The 90 class hours / 6 trimester units of study in the Level 1-A Ayurveda Nutrition Educator Certificate Program involve actually listening to approximately 90 hours of actual recorded audio lectures of Rev. Losang Jinpa, D.Ayur, Ph.D and several other teachers.

Ayurvedic Nutrition Educator Certificate can be completed as rapidly as you are able to listen to the 225 hours of classes, take notes, read, do the outside homework and self-study.

This homework is beyond the actual 90 hours of “virtual” (distance learning) classroom time. Expect to spend 30 minutes of self-study for every hour of audio lecture.

Required Ayurveda Textbooks: Textbook of Ayurveda: Fundamental Principles, Volume One By Vasant Lad, B.A.M.S., M.A.Sc.

This textbook conveys the philosophical and fundamental principles of Ayurveda in a dynamic and inspirational way, providing a detailed foundation upon which to pursue deeper knowledge.

Lad, Vasant, Dr., B.A.M.S., M.A.Sc., Textbook of Ayurveda, Vol I, Albuquerque, New Mexico: Ayurvedic Press, 2001, 368 Pages, ISBN: 1883725070. (800-863-7721 or 505-291-9698),

By the end of three to six months of study, the student will have a good grasp of the clinical nutrition aspects of the following Ayurveda topics:

From Dr. Vasant Lad]'s [[Textbook of Ayurveda, Volume 1, 2001:

Shad Darshan: The Six Philosophies of Life, p. 4. With a focus on Dharma from Buddhism, Yoga, Vedanta, and Vedic Sankhya.

The Five Elements and Associated Types of Energy, p. 14.

The Universal Five Elements: Space - Air - Fire - Water - Earth

The Six Senses and the Five Elements, p. 27. Eyes, Ears, Nose, Tongue, Body (Skin), Mind

The 20 Gunas (Attributes and Their Relationship to the Tridosha, p. 31. Vata - Pitta - Kapha

Attributes of the Vata Individual, p. 42. Space-Air: Catabolic Autumnal Cold and Dry - Fast and Scattered.

Attributes of the Pitta Individual, p. 43. Fire-Water: Metabolic Summer Hot and Wet-Oily - Fast and Focused.

Attributes of the Kapha Individual, p. 44. Water-Earth: Anabolic Winter Cool and Fatty-Mucousy - Slow and Relaxed

Subtypes of Vata, p. 46. Focus on the Colon and Pelvic Area

Subtypes of Pitta, p. 55. Focus on the Liver and Small Intestine

Subtypes of Kapha, p. 68. Focus on the Lungs and Stomach

Four Varieties of Agni (Metabolism), p. 92. 1. Vata Variable Cold Dry-Constipated; 2. Pitta Irritable Acidic-Sharp Hot-Diarrhea; 3. Kapha Slow Cold Mucousy-Fatty Ama; 4. Healthy - Balanced - Warm

The Amino Acids and 20 Gunas, p. 98.

The Seven Dhatus, p. 104. Bodily Tissues

Signs and Symptoms of Rasa Disorders, p. 110 Lymphatic System and Blood Plasma.

Signs and Symptoms of Rakta Disorders, p.118. Blood Tissue, Hemopoetic System

Blood Types Correlated to the Doshas, p. 120.

Signs and Symptoms of Mamsa Disorders, p. 129. Muscle Tissue.

Signs and Symptoms of Meda Disorders, p. 140. Fat - Adipose Tissue.

Signs and Symptoms of Asthi Disorders, p. 151. Bone - Osteo - Osseous Tissue.

Signs and Symptoms of Majja Disorders, p. 170. Nervous System - The Brain and Mind.

Signs and Symptoms of Shukra and Artava Disorders, p. 178. Male and Female Reproductive Tissues.

Four Types of Sroto Dushti, p. 184. Imbalances in the Channels and Meridians.

The Chakras and the Koshas, p. 200. Neuro-plexus and the Sheathes.

Functions of Tejas, p. 220. The Essence of Pitta Wisdom.

Five Elements and Foods, p. 240.

Taste and the Five Elements, p. 241. Hot or Cold combined with Flavor: Cool-Sweet, Warm-Sour, Warm-Salty, Hot-Spicy, Cold-Bitter, Cold-Dry-Astringent.

Tastes and Their Related Organs, p. 242.

Effects of Tastes on the Doshas, p. 249. Vata avoid Cold: Bitter, Dry, Very Dry-Spicy; Pitta avoid Hot: Spicy, Sour, and Salty; Kapha avoid Cold: Sweets, Salty, Dairy-Meats.

Functions and Effects of Virya, p. 251. Hot or Cold, Warm-Yang or Cool-Yin Energies.

Effects of Rasa and Vipaka on the Doshas, p. 253. Taste and Post-Digestive Energies.

Digestion: Fields of Experience and Action, p. 255.

Examples of Attributes of Certain Foods, p. 262.

The Twenty Attributes (Gunas) and Their Effects on the Doshas, p. 287.

The Seven Bodily Tissues (Sapta Dhatu), p. 288. With sub-tissues and waste products.

The 40 Main Types of Agni, p. 289.

Disorders of Ojas, Tejas, and Prana, p. 291. Immunity, Digestion, Breath-Qi.

Srotamsi, the Systems and Channels of the Body, p. 292. The Pathways of the Organs and Meridians.

Relationship of Sattva, Rajas, and Tamas to Foods and Behavior, p. 294. Understanding Kapha Compassion, Pitta Wisdom, Vata “Letting Go” versus Kapha Laziness, Pitta Anger, Vata Hyperactive Windy Desire.

Food Guidelines for Basic Constitutional Types, p. 295. Diets for Cold-Dry Vata Ectomorphs; Hot-Wet Pitta Mesomorphs; Cool-Greasy-Phlegm Kapha Endomorphs. Syllabus for Level 1-A: “Ayurvedic Nutrition Educator”

            90 class hours / 6 trimester units

Shad Darshan: The Six Philosophies of Indian Medicine: Including Buddhism, Yoga, Vedanta, and others. From Dr. Vasant Lad's Textbook of Ayurveda, Volume I, 2001, Chapter One - “Shad Darshan”: Introduction, p. 1; Sankhya, p. 5; Purusha and Prakruti, p. 5; Mahad (Creative Intelligence), p. 6; Ahamkara, p. 8; Sattva, Rajas, Tamas, p. 8; Nyaya and Vaisheshika, p. 10; The Four Pramana – Sources of Valid Knowledge, p. 11; The Elements, p. 12; Soul (Atman), p. 15; Mind (Manas), p. 16; Time (Kala), p. 16; Direction (Dig), p. 17; Mimamsa, p. 18; Yoga, p. 19; Vedanta, p. 20; Buddhism, p. 21

======= HUM108 History of Medicine and Religion - Medicines of World Cultures: World Models of Herbal Medicine

HUM108 History of Medicine and Religion - Medicines of World Cultures: World Models of Herbal Medicine



AYR108 The Five Elements and Their Attributes: Space, Air, Fire, Water, Earth

AYR108 The Five Elements and Their Attributes: Space, Air, Fire, Water, Earth and their Qualities and Effects on Body, Emotions, Mind, Behaviors and Consciousness.

AYR108 Dr. Vasant Lad, 2001: Chapter Two - “Universal Attributes and Doshic Theory”: The Five Elements and Their Attributes, p. 25; The Five Elements and Tanmatras, p. 27; The Basic Attributes of Tridosha – Vata, Pitta, Kapha, p. 29; Attributes (Gunas) and Their Effects on Doshas, p. 30; Prakruti: Your Unique Body Type, p. 35; Characteristics of the Vata Individual, p. 39; Characteristics of the Pitta Individual, p. 39; Characteristics of the Kapha Individual, p. 40 The Doshas and Their Subtypes: Physical Assessment Skills/Constitutional Analysis: Vata, Pitta and Kapha and their 15 manifestations in the senses and organ systems. Diagnosis of imbalance and its causes. AYR220 Dr. Vasant Lad, 2001: Chapter Three - “The Doshas and Their Subtypes”: Vata and Its Subtypes, p. 45; Prana Vayu, p. 48; Udana Vayu, p. 50; Samana Vayu, p. 51; Apana Vayu, p. 52; Vyana Vayu, p. 53; Pitta and Its Subtypes, p. 53; Pachaka Pitta, p. 56; Ranjaka Pitta, p. 57; Sadhaka Pitta, p. 60; Alochaka Pitta, p. 63; Bhrajaka Pitta, p. 64; Kapha and Its Subtypes, p. 65; Kledaka Kapha, p. 68; Avalambaka Kapha, p. 71; Bodhaka Kapha, p. 72; Tarpaka Kapha, p. 74; Shleshaka Kapha, p. 77; Summary, p. 78 Agni, The Digestive Fire in Ayurveda: Understanding Asian Medicine Concepts and Philosophical Perspectives in Nutrition, Digestion, Absorption, and Elimination. AYR230 Dr. Vasant Lad, 2001: Chapter Four - “Agni, The Digestive Fire”: Agni, the Digestive Fire, p. 81; Agni and the Five Elements, p. 83; The Role of Agni in Digestion, p. 84; Normal Functions of Agni, p. 86; The Doshas and Agni, p. 89; The Four Varieties of Agni, p. 90; The 40 Main Types of Agni, p. /92; The Subtypes of Agni 92 Dhatus (Bodily Tissues) - I: Rasa, Rakta and Mamsa Dhatus: Blood Plasma and Lymphatic Tissue, Blood Tissue, Muscle Tissue AYR240 Dr. Vasant Lad, 2001: Chapter Five - “Dhatus, Part I, Rasa, Rakta, and Mamsa Dhatus”:

Introduction, p. 103; Nutrition and Structure of the Dhatus, p. 104; Dhatu Byproducts, p. 106; Disorders of the Dhatus, p. 106; Rasa Dhatu: the Plasma Tissue, p. 107; Byproducts of Rasa Dhatu, p. 109; Disorders of Rasa Dhatu, p. 110; Fever, p. 111; Decreased and Increased Rasa Dhatu, p. 111; Rakta Dhatu: the Blood Tissue, p. 113; Red Blood Cells, p. 114; Byproducts of Rakta Dhatu, p. 116; Disorders of Rakta Dhatu, p. 117; The Health of the Blood Vessels, p. 120; Mamsa Dhatu: the Muscle Tissue, p. 122; Types of Muscles and Their Functions, p. 124; Byproducts of Mamsa Dhatu, p. 125; Disorders of Mamsa Dhatu, p. 127; The Role of Mamsa Dhatu in Emotional Well Being, p. 129; Meditation and Mamsa Dhatu, p. 130

Dhatus (Bodily Tissues) - II: Meda, Asthi, Majja & Shukra/Artava Dhatus: Adipose Tissue (Fat), Osseous Tissue (Bone), Nervous System Tissue, Male and Female Reproductive Tissue AYR241 Dr. Vasant Lad, 2001: Chapter Six - “Dhatus, Part II, Meda, Asthi, Majja, Shukra and Artava Dhatus”:

Review, p. 133; Meda Dhatu: the Fat Tissue, p. 134; Byproducts of Meda Dhatu, p. 137; Disorders of Meda Dhatu, p. 138; Awareness and Meda, p. 145; Asthi Dhatu: the Bone Tissue, p. 146; Byproducts of Asthi Dhatu, p. 148; Disorders of Asthi Dhatu, p. 150; Majja Dhatu: the Nerve Tissue and Bone Marrow, p. 154; Majja and the Prenatal Development Stage, p. 154; The Functions of Majja Dhatu, p. 157; Byproducts of Majja Dhatu, p. 163; Dreams, p. 164; Disorders of Majja Dhatu, p. 164; Shukra and Artava Dhatus: Male and Female Reproductive Tissues, p. 172; Byproducts of Shukra and Artava Dhatus, p. 173; Shukra Dhatu, p. 173; Artava Dhatu, p. 175; Disorders of Shukra/Artava Dhatus, p. 177; Conclusion, p. 178

Srotamsi: Bodily Channels and Systems AYR250 Dr. Vasant Lad, 2001: Chapter Seven - “Srotamsi, The Bodily Channels and Systems”:

Introduction, p. 181; Sroto Dushti, p. 184; The Channels to Receive: Food, Prana, Water, p. 185; Anna Vaha Srotas: The Channel of Food, p. 185; Prana Vaha Srotas: The Respiratory Channel, p. 187; Ambu Vaha Srotas: The Channel for Water, p. 188; The Channels to Nourish and Maintain the Body: The Dhatu Srotamsi, p. 189; Rasa Vaha Srotas: The Channel for Plasma and Lymphatics, p. 189; Rakta Vaha Srotas: The Channel for Blood, p. 190; Mamsa Vaha Srotas: The Channel for Muscle, p. 190; Meda Vaha Srotas: The Channel for Fat - Adipose tissue, p. 190; Asthi Vaha Srotas: The Channel for Bone, p. 191; Majja Vaha Srotas: The Channel for the Nerves and Bone Marrow, p. 192; Shukra Vaha Srotas / Artava Vaha Srotas: The Channel for Reproductive Tissue, p. 192; Rajah Vaha Srotas: The Channel for Menstruation, p. 193; Stanya Vaha Srotas: The Channel for Lactation, p. 193; Channels of Elimination: Feces, Urine, Sweat, p. 193; Purisha Vaha Srotas: The Channel for Bowel Movement, p. 193; Mutra Vaha Srotas: The Channel for Urine, p. 195; Sveda Vaha Srotas: The Channel for Sweat, p. 196; Mano Vaha Srotas: The Channel of the Mind, p. 197; States of Mind, p. 197; Manifestations of the Mind, p. 198; Chakras, Koshas, and the Mind, p. 199; Perception, Awareness, and the Mind, p. 201; Individual Mind and Universal Mind, p. 202; Mind in the Lower Three Chakras, p. 204; Heart Chakra: Bridge to Higher Consciousness, p. 205; The Mind and the Higher Three Chakras, p. 205; States of Awareness, p. 206; The Universality of Mind, p. 206; Disorders of Mano Vaha Srotas, p. 207; Witnessing Awareness, p. 208; Conclusion, p. 209

AYR260 Ojas, Tejas and Prana: Understanding the Immune System

Ojas, Tejas and Prana: Understanding the Immune System and its Inseparable Connection to Generosity, Healthy Behaviors, Patience, Energy-Vigor, Clear Mindful Focus, and Wisdom Course Code AYR260

Dr. Vasant Lad, 2001: Chapter Eight - Ojas, Tejas, Prana:

Ojas, p. 212; Inferior and Superior Ojas, p. 214; Disorders of Ojas, p. 217; Causes of Disorders of Ojas, p. 219; Tejas, p. 220; Qualities of Tejas, p. 221; Manifestations of Tejas, p. 224; Tejas and Karma, p. 225; Tejas and Kundalini, p. 227; Prana, p. 228; The Functional Integrity of Prana, Tejas, and Ojas, p. 232; Soma, p. 233; Awareness, p. 235

Ayurvedic Digestion and Nutrition Therapeutics I: Practical applications of Asian Medicine and philosophical methods for optimal awareness of nutrition, digestion, absorption, and elimination. Examines various diets and foods from an energetic vata-pitta-kapha, sattva-rajas-tamas, five element, heating and cooling perspectives. NUT108 Dr. Vasant Lad, 2001: Chapter Nine - “Digestion and Nutrition”:

Rasa (Taste), p. 239; How Taste Relates to the Elements, p. 240; Relation of Rasa to Tongue and Organs, p. 241; Pharmacological and Psychological Actions of the Six Tastes, p. 242; Sweet, p. 242; Sour, p. 244; Salty, p. 245; Pungent, p. 246; Bitter, p. 247; Astringent, p. 248; Cravings, p. 250; Virya (Potent Energy), p. 250; Vipaka (Post-Digestive Effect), p. 252; Prabhava (Unique, Specific Action), p. 253; Actions of Rasa, Virya, Vipaka, and Prabhava, p. 254; Digestion, p. 255; The Stages of Digestion, p. 256; How to Eat a Balanced Diet, p. 262; Nutritional Disorders, p. 263; Food Combining, p. 264; The Three Laws of Nutrition, p. 265; Nutrition Begins at Conception, p. 267; Cellular Metabolism (Pilu Paka), p. 269; Pilu Paka and Pithara Paka, p. 270; Desire, p. 272; Thoughts, Feelings, and Emotions, p. 274; Conclusion, p. 277

Ayurvedic Herbology I - 40 Herbs HRB108
Conclusions of the Basics of Ayurveda


Dr. Vasant Lad, 2001: Chapter Ten - “Conclusion”:

The Ayurvedic Definition of Health, p. 279; The Doshas, p. 280; The Interactions of the Doshas, p. 281; Factors That Affect Our Health, p. 282; Choosing a Balanced Lifestyle, p. 283; Relationships, Emotions, and Meditation, p. 283; Behavioral Medicine, p. 284; Appendix, p. 287; Glossary, p. 299; Index, p. 315

Sanskrit Level I: Devanagari Alphabet, Transliteration, Mantras SKT108

Sanskrit Level II: Ayurvedic Gunas-Dhatus-Agni-Ojas-Tejas-Prana-Srotas

SKT210 Sanskrit Level III: Ayurvedic-Buddhist-Yogic-Hindu Words and Definitions

SKT220 Ayurvedic Perspectives on Yoga Therapeutics: Understanding the body, its sensations-feelings, the mind-memory-intellect, daily behaviors-habits and consciousness as “the observer.” Examines Yoga as Union - simultaneous union of the bliss of compassion with the wisdom knowing the interconnectedness of all of existence. Looks at what Yoga asanas poses (exercises) and what meditation - mindfulness techniques are best suited to constitutional ailments and imbalances.

YOG108 English Composition I: Ayurvedic, Shad Darshan Philosophy / History: Clinical Research and Term Paper ENG108 Ayurvedic Nutrition Certificate

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Vaidya Vasant Lad, Textbook of Ayurveda Volume 1 Fundamental Principles, Albuquerque, New Mexico: Ayurvedic Press, 2001, p.

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Vasant Lad, BAMS, MAsc, Ayurvedic Institute Gurukula Notes, Ayurvedic Institute, 1994-2006;

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