Course Details

Ayurveda Course

  • Course Fee:
    • $179 USD | 14,999 INR (Double Occupancy)
    • $239 USD | 19,999 INR (Single Occupancy)
  • Without Stay (Food Included):
    • $144 USD | 11,999 INR
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Ayurveda Course in Rishikesh Explore the timeless wisdom

Exploring Ayurveda's timeless wisdom invites a journey of self-discovery and self-care, empowering individuals to take charge of their health and cultivate a harmonious life. Its holistic approach not only addresses symptoms but also addresses underlying imbalances, paving the way for lasting well-being and inner harmony. Join our Ayurveda course in Rishikesh to learn the most beautiful way to restore your health with minimal effort.

Nutrition plays a pivotal role in Ayurveda, with an emphasis on whole foods, herbs, and spices tailored to your dosha. Although it emphasizes on Indian based science, it can also be very easily applied for the food from the west. Example Broccoli is not in Ayurveda, however based on its taste and its impact on body, it will be easy to derive who should have it and who shouldn’t.

AYURVEDA is designed to keep your physical mental emotional and spiritual being well in alignment. Along with being a part of Indian ancient scriptures like the Vedas, it is also an integral part of one’s life journey that will bring holistic wellness. Similar to Yoga practice being a foundation to reach the higher level of spirituality through Sadhana, Ayurvedic routines and understanding its principles will help to experience a journey of self-transformation by clearing the old patterns from body and min Physical health is just by product of understanding Ayurveda. The actual purpose is to free you from your old ‘vrutti’ patterns, keeping you ‘anandmay’ –happy-blissful all time, by balancing all your doshas-vata-pitta-kapha

Ayurveda : Traditional Health Science

Hitahitam sukham dukham ayustasya hitahitam
Manam cha taccha yatroktam Ayurvedasuchyate

About Ayurveda and Its History

Ayurveda, an ancient Indian system of medicine, offers a profound understanding of holistic health that has stood the test of time. Its wisdom lies in recognizing the interconnectedness of mind, body, and spirit, emphasizing balance as the cornerstone of well-being.

According to Charaka, the physician of King Kanishka,
Ayurveda originated from the creator, Bhrama, who revealed it in its entirety to Prajapathi “Lord of creatures”. It is believed that Prajapathi passed it on to Ashwins, who later passed it to Lord Indira who then passed it on to the mankind. Ayurveda was not confined to treat only human beings, but also was considered as a medicine to treat animals, birds and trees. Ayurvedic treatments and therapies are free from surgical processes also Shalya Tantra.



Central to Ayurvedic principles is the concept of doshas—vata, pitta, and kapha—which represent individual body constitutions. By understanding your unique doshic balance, Ayurveda guides personalized lifestyle choices including diet, exercise, and daily routines to maintain equilibrium and prevent illness. As per Ayurveda, the whole philosophy of medicine is compiled in one word “Tridhatu”/“Tridosha”. This refers to the three principles called “Vata” stands for mental, “Pitta” stands for vital, “Kapha” stands for physical. When the expression of Vata, Pitta and Kapha is about the health of man, it is called “Tridhatu”, but when it is about disorders, it is called “Tridoshas”. Disharmony between the mind, the vital and the body or so to say Vata, Pitta and Kapha can be found as a cause of most of the illnesses and diseases. Usually the accumulation of toxic matter, lack of vitality, lack of relaxation in the body.

What will be covered in the course?

  • Basic principle of Ayurveda
  • Practical application of Ayurveda in daily routine and food routine
  • Ayurveda and yog-how they are connected
  • Basic understanding of NADI(pulse)
  • Practical dincharya (Ayurveda routine)
  • Effects of RUTU(season) on doshas-vata-pitta-kapha
  • Recipies based on prakruti and sthan(place)
  • General hair skin care-home remidies
  • Practical- of food recipies,general massage and nasya and gandush-oil pulling
  • Pancha Mahabhuta Concept
  • Tridosha Concept( vata, pitta. Kapha)
  • Concept of OAJ-aura building
  • Concept of Mala (Waste Products),understanding its importance
  • Concept of Sapta Dhatu (Body Elements)’how you can keep their health
  • Concept of Srotas (Body Channels)
  • Concept of Agni (Digestive Fire)
  • Concept of Koshta (Alimentary Tract)
  • Concept of Prakruti-sharir and manas (Body-mind Constitution)
  • Marma Points
  • Asana, Pranayama and Meditation session

Daily Schedule (Tentative) - Ayurveda Course

  • 06:30 - 07:00 am Pranayama

  • 07:00 - 09:00 am Yoga Asana

  • 09:00 - 10:00 am Breakfast

  • 10:30 - 12:30 am Ayurveda Session 1

  • 01:00 - 01:30 pm Lunch

  • 04:00 - 06:00 pm Ayurveda Session 2

  • 06:00 - 06:30 pm Meditation

  • 07:00 - 07:30 pm Dinner

  • 10:00 pm Lights off

Note:- On some of the days you will have one hour of extra practical sessions

Course Certification

On completion of the course, you will receive a certificate of participation of the 4 days Ayurveda course with Vinyasa Yoga Ashram.

Dates & Fee Sturcture
Accommodation Type Course Fee
Private 239 USD / 19,999 INR
Double Sharing 179 USD / 14,999 INR
Without Accommodation 144 USD / 11,999 INR

Date: 24th-28th Every Month

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Frequently Asked Questions - Ayurveda Course in Rishikesh

Ayurveda is an ancient holistic healing system originating from India that focuses on achieving balance in mind, body, and spirit for optimal health and well-being.

Ayurveda courses are educational programs that teach principles, practices, and therapies of Ayurvedic medicine, including diet, herbal remedies, lifestyle adjustments, and more.

Anyone interested in natural healing, holistic wellness, and preventive healthcare can benefit from Ayurveda courses. Individuals seeking personalized health approaches based on their unique constitution will find Ayurveda especially beneficial.

Foundational principles such as doshas (body constitutions), diet and nutrition, herbal remedies, lifestyle recommendations.

Yes, it is suitable for beginners and provide a comprehensive introduction to Ayurvedic concepts, practices, and applications.

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