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CEU3867 Ayurveda, Yoga, and Philos:

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Learn about Ayurvedic anatomy and systems: the five elements (Panchamahabhutas), three bio-energies (Doshas), anatomy and body tissues (Dhatus), and universal qualities (Gunas). Discover how the sister sciences of Yoga and Ayurveda overlap.

Learn the foundations of the ancient health system of Ayurveda (Indian medicine). Discover how to balance the mind, body and spirit through both Yoga and Ayurveda.

To learn more, please visit: www.pcc.edu/climb/health/integrative/ayurvedic Course teaches Yogic Asana and Pranayama, and their interrelationships. Includes mantra, yantra, dharana and Dhyana through lecture, discussion, demonstration and practice. Includes yoga philosophy, lifestyle and ethics for daily living. Understand ancient Indian life knowledge and the 8 limbs of yoga. Observe and practice concentration, meditation and concepts of Samadhi. Understand the formation of imbalanced conditions and the best time of day for Asana and Yoga Kriyas. Focus on Patanjali’s Yamas and Niyamas.

Start any term. Complete all 4 courses to qualify for your 200 hour Registered Yoga Teacher Training!

Two books used throughout program (book info emailed before class begins). Course awards 50 CEU hours.

Email Amy.Evans3@pcc.edu for more info

Credits: 5 CEU

List of classes for CEU3867 Ayurveda, Yoga, and Philos:
CRNClass typeLocationDays & timeDatesSeats availableMore info
43256RemoteNot applicable
from 6 to 8:20pm

From September 24 through December 10, 2024
Instructor: Ann T Wagoner
Tuition: $799 Fees: $10
Notes: 1 of 4 classes. Booklist emailed. Drop by 10/1/2024
and In-personSylvania HT 131
from 6 to 8:20pm

From September 26 through December 12, 2024
Instructor: Ann T Wagoner

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