More news about upcoming SVA Pulse and Marma Course

In response to popular requests, the monthly payment plan is back on. You may now choose to pay on a monthly basis instead of upfront if you want to join Vaidya’s e-course.

 Since we are bringing back this option, we are  extending the registration date – at the rate of $1665 – until the end of the month, that’s July 31, 2014.

If you are still undecided, consider this – would you like to be able to help loved ones with common daily imbalances, such as:

  •         indigestion
  •         sleeplessness
  •         acidity
  •         fatigue
  •         bad dreams
  •         low bone tissue
  •         low muscle tissue
  •         migraines

Learning how to detect such daily ailments through touching the pulse will guide you to give the proper remedy. This course has been designed for all – whether you are a stay-home mom (or dad!) and are interested in improving your personal health or that of your loved ones; or whether you are a professional health expert and are looking to add an essential assessment tool to your existing skills.

For example, what will be the pulse of an individual experiencing indigestion? In ayurvedic terms, you would have to answer the following questions:

  • what dosha is high;
  • how is the rhythm?
  • What about the volume?
  • And the speed?
  • Which dhatu-s or tissues are affected?
  • And what kind of  effect is present in terms of the guna-s or properties.

Through this e-course with Vaidya you will learn that if someone is experiencing indigestion, then you will notice that their kapha dosha is high, specifically the kapha subdosha that governs the stomach, kledaka kapha. You will see Kledaka kapha in rasa dhatu, or the very first tissue or layer when you press your fingers on the pulse. Rasa dhatu will carry ama or heaviness due to partially indigested food. So the first layer will feel suppressed, cold, heavy. The first subdosha that you will hear will be kledak kapha. Pachak pitta, the pitta subdosha that governs the stomach, will appear less prominent. Another subdosha that will be active because of kledak kapha will be samana vata, or the vata subdosha that governs the stomach area. All three subdosha-s govern the stomach: kledak to lubricate and moisten, pachak to breakdown and process, and samana to churn and move the food. When someone eats very heavy food item or eats when stressed out, or eats and watches TV, then digestion is impaired, kledak increases, pachak decreases, and samana increases. You will be able to read this in the pulse on the very first layer, the rasa dhatu layer.  When Samana vata goes high, then it moves out of its designated area, it can either go up and then udana vata which is in the chest goes high giving sudden chest pains, or causes the person to burp; or samana vata goes down and interferes with apana vata, causing gas and bloating.

You will also learn all the fundamentals of Ayurveda the way they are taught in the ayurvedic sutra-s and the SV lineage – clear, practical, to the point.

Knoweldge is all about experience, and with this course, you can make this most precious knowledge of Ayurveda a daily practical experience in your life and those of the ones you are called upon to help.

If you have already signed-up for the course, you will already have received an invitation to join the course forum, along with the details for the inaugural class launch.
The course will launch next Friday July 18th, 2014, at 6:15am, via phone conference. This first session will last only 30-45 minutes during which Vaidya Mishra will recite vedic chants and inaugurate the course. All course material will be available for registered students by July 16th, 2014.

If you have more questions, please do not hesitate to call or email us:
1.818.709.1005 or info@prana-center.com