Ayurvedic medicine is the pioneer systematic and highly developed healing system in our human life; origination goes back to the ancient civilizations of some 3,000–5,000 years ago. Ayurveda is derived from two Sanskrit words, ‘Ayur’ which means life and ‘Veda’ means knowledge, together known as the knowledge of life. Panchakarma is based on central concepts of Ayurveda, which state that disease is caused by the build-up of toxic substances in the body and by imbalances in the body and mind.

Today, Ayurvedic medicine is used by millions of people from all around the world and increasing as one of the best alternative medical treatment. Now, several Ayurvedic institutes and health clinics have been opened all around the world to provide authentic based treatment also lots of research centers are established to improve and to modify the treatment according to changing in technology and time.

Our training about the Ayurveda is dedicated to developing the professional career towards Ayurvedic treatment as well as to develop the healthy food habits, healthy living habits among the trainees, so that they can apply all those methods in their own daily life for mental and physical health too. If trainees themselves are aware and capable, then they can easily apply and deliver their knowledge to further people.  

15 days Ayurvedic Therapeutic Training;

Theory: practice

  • Basics of Ayurveda
  • Pancha Mahabhuta - the 5 elements
  • Tridosha - The three different life energies (Vata, Pitta & Kapha)
  • Triguna - three forces Sattva = clarity, kindness, harmony; Tamas = inertia, darkness, chaos; and rajas = restlessness, movement, energy
  • Prakriti - constitution determination
  • Dincharya & Ritucharya - healthy lifestyle for day and year
  • Trayopastamba - the 3 pillars of life
  • Rasayana & Vajikarana - Rejuvenation and aphrodisiacs
  • Herbs for beauty care
  • Panchakarma
  • Snehan & Swedan
  • spice customer
  • Ayurvedic diet and lifestyle  Padabhyabga - foot and leg massage
  • Reflexology
  • back massage
  • head massage
  • Marma Abhyabga - Ayurvedic full body massage: marble massage
  • Shirodhara - Ayurvedic forehead casting
  • Nasya - Ayurvedic nose cleansing
  • Kavaldharan, Karnapuram
  • Akshi Tarpanam - Ayurvedic Eye Treatment
  • Patra Pinda Swedana
  • Adi Nadi Swedana
  • Ksheeradhara
  • Ayurvedic Beauty Care Facial
  • Griva Basti - neck treatment
  • Janu Basti / Kati Basti
  • Udvartanam - Ayurvedic powder massage
  • Making creams and kwath
  • Production of vegetable oils
  • Evaluation, discussion and exercise
  • Yoga, Pranayam and Meditation

Note: This program includes the short excursion towards the Kathmandu valley, to explore it shortly, but as per your wish, we may organize only the training program, without any sightseeing tour.  

Day to Day Itinerary

  • Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu
  • Day 02: Kathmandu
  • Day 03: Dakshinkali and Pharping
  • Day 04: Bhaktpur
  • Day 05: -Day 19: 15 days Ayurvedic Therapeutic Training. After breakfast, transfer to the Ayurveda center.

Detail Itineraries

  • Day 01Arrival in KathmanduHeartily welcome to the Kathmandu, the capital city of Himalayan Kingdom and the city of Pagodas. Divine Excursion will happily welcome you at Tribhuvan International Airport. Our airport representative or tour operator escorts you to the hotel. Afterwards, you can enjoy your free time. In the evening, we have a small discussion with our tour operator or tour guide for the required information about day to day program. Overnight, at hotel in Kathmandu.
  • Day 02Kathmandu Today, after breakfast we will visit the medieval city, Patan. It is the novel city of religious tolerance with both Hinduism and Buddhism consequently exist with the theme of brotherhood. All the pilgrimages of both religions exist one-another in the same place and every the people have respect and proud of it. Durbar Square is the main highlight of this city and its religious and secular center with different Hindu and Buddhist monuments, with palaces and culture centers. In this "open air museum" you can experience the daily life of the Newari people, especially the handicraft worker. We will take lunch, at the restaurant with a beautiful garden at the inner courtyard of Patan Museum. In the evening, we will visit to the Stupa of Bouddhnath, situated in the north-west of Kathmandu. The foundation date of this Stupa goes back to the 5th century AD with a height of 36 m. This part of the Kathmandu recently developed as a center for Tibetan Buddhism with lots of newly constructed monasteries, mediation centers, Buddhist schools, Buddhist painting schools, university and Buddhist colleges. Overnight in a hotel Kathmandu.
  • Day 03Dakshinkali and PharpingAfter breakfast we will make a drive to Dakshinkali, one of the most important temples of the Hindu and located about 22 km south of Kathmandu, near to the village of Pharping. The temple is dedicated to goddess Kali, the fearful form of Shiva’s consort Parvati. The word Dakshinkali is made up of Dakshin and Kali, which means the protective deity of the south. The main shrine in the temple made-up a single black stone, with six-armed, standing in prostrated, which is known as the symbolic icon of spiritual energy, so lots devotees visit here to receive good lucks, peace and prosper. Also, they believe that, the goddess Kali protect the whole family from unwanted negative energy.
    The temple is one of the main temples to sacrifice the animals, particularly cocks and male goats, which is the main way to worship the goddess Kali and especially held on Saturdays and Tuesdays, and also during the Dashain festival, falls on September/October
    A backward uphill path leads us towards the Village Pharping, through a small village and terraced farming of different crops, including rice and beautiful glimpse of high Himalaya and southern part of Kathmandu valley, where situated the cave of Guru Rinpoche, the Padmasamvawa, who brought Buddhism to Tibet in the 8th century AD. Also, the village is flourishing Buddhist center in Kathmandu valley with hundreds of Buddhists monuments, including different monasteries, Chhortens, meditation centers, the temple of the Tantric deity; the Vajra Yogini, the Sesha Narayan.

    Optionally: In the afternoon we may visit a shaman, the Tantric.
  • Day 04BhaktpurAfter breakfast, we will gradually prepare to drive towards Bhaktapur with our luggage. After check in a guest house, we will make the city sightseeing to experience the lifestyle of Newari people. Later on, we will visit the Durbar Square, Nyatapala Mandir, Taumadhi Tole etc. After lunch, we have an appointment with a very well-known Mandala painter and he will explain us about Thangka painting (Buddhist scroll paintings).
    Bhaktapur, another medieval city of Newari People, situated at east corner of Kathmandu valley and lies around 13 kilometers far from the capital city, Kathmandu. It has own identity in the history as the capital city of whole Nepal till fourteenth century and till the eighteenth century, it was ruled by the Malla dynasty as other region of Kathmandu valley as a souvenir country. That was the golden era for this region. Most of the historical monuments, including world famous fifty five window palace, five stored and tallest pagoda of Kathmandu valley; Naytopola and hundreds of other sites were constructed in this period. It has the best preserved courtyards of palace in Nepal and listed as UNESCO world heritage sights. Literal translation of the word Bhaktpur is; the city of devotees, but the previously known as Bhadgaon, means village of rice also very famous for JUJU Dhau (Kings’ curd). Overnight at a hotel in Kathmandu.
  • Day 05 -Day 19: 15 days Ayurvedic Therapeutic Training. After breakfast, transfer to the Ayurveda center.
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  • DestinationNepal
  • Trip Difficulty Easy