Ayurveda Doctor Ananda Induruwa
D.S.A.C. (1ST CLASS HONS)
Gampaha Vickramarachchi Ayurveda University – Sri Lanka.
Member of the Chinese Acupuncture foundation
Former senior lecturer to the Ayurveda Nikethana –Yakkala Sri Lanka
30 years of Ayurveda practice
Specialized for gastro intestinal disorders
Master of Panchakarma therapy and soft healing
Fundamentals of Ayurveda
The courses provide a clear understanding of the fundamental principles of Ayurveda including the vital energies, the tissues, and the metabolisms as well as a practical introduction to the classical Ayurveda oleation or oil applications (commonly referred to as the Ayurveda massages), Ayurveda diet regimes and Ayurveda cooking and yogic postures.
The course incorporates the Ayurveda treatment provided by the health centre of Vendol Ayurveda a unique way so that each trainee can experience and receive all aspects of Ayurveda therapy from the specialist therapists and doctors while learning about such therapies.
Trainees will see how consultations are done, Ayurveda oil is prepared, decoctions are simmered to the correct point, and oil applications are carried out, not just in a classroom environment but also in an environment where Ayurveda is practised.
3 Months with Theory and Practicals demonstration online
2 Weeks training in Sri Lanka at IIHS.
Course conducted by Ayurveda Doctor Ananda Induruwa
Course fee EURO 3000,00 .excluding travel and accommodation in Sri Lanka
In collarboaration with Horizon Campus Malabe
Germany has a mature market for Ayurveda compared to other European cities
In Europe, Ayurveda is increasingly acknowledged to be a comprehensive, traditional system of holistic medicine. Since 1993, the European Academy of Ayurveda has been contributing to this development, both by professionalizing educational schemes and by supporting international exchange and research projects.
Alternative medicine is increasingly popular especially in German-speaking areas of Europe. In the beginning, Ayurveda played a leading role within a trend of deeply relaxing wellness therapies. Today, even in medical circles, Ayurveda is widely recognized as a complementary system of medicine and has reached the threshold of entering into the realm of evidence-based science. In several European countries, such as Italy, the UK, and Germany, doctors can now study Ayurvedic medicine within the framework of postgraduate medical education recognized by medical councils and universities.
To meet the demand for Ayurvedic medicine, massage, nutrition, and therapy, a multitude of seminars and training programs have been established. Ayurveda has also gained ground clinically in Europe: apart from Ayurveda treatment centers and hospitals, prestigious clinical projects have started, officially recognizing Ayurveda's value as a complementary medical system.
Franchise Anyaa Ayurveda
Wide in scope and rich in diversity, Sri Lankan traditional medicine is a combination of the indigenous medicine of the country (Deshiya chikitsa) and Ayurveda received from India. It draws upon Siddha medicine (from South India) and Unani medicine (from the Middle East). While the different systems of medicine all come together to form the body of knowledge that we today refer to as “Sri Lankan Traditional Medicine”, they have also kept their own identity.