Holistic, Integrative, and Functional
This program is appropriate for medical practitioners, Ayurveda practitioners, Yoga practitioners, chiropractors, massage therapist, healers, nurses or anyone wanting to expand their experience and knowledge of the human body. This unique, integrative approach validates the many serious sciences that have been on this planet for thousands of years.
Holistic: We view the body as a whole; we study all systems in relation to one another, including the mind and emotions.
Integrative: Ancient and modern science come together
Functional: Active learning through Yoga, Tai Chi, art, Ayurveda, Chinese Medicine, massage, and more!
These classes will uncover the whole body from the ancient, sacred perspective as well as our Western scientific model. A 126-hour program if taken in its entirety, including a field trip to a Human Anatomy Lab.
- Taught by Swami Kriyananda (Dr. Calen Daniel), Guest teachers: Janet Caliri of Visible Transitions and “Graham Lankford, LAc
- Pricing and registration:
~Full 126-hour program: Two 60-hour sessions (12 weekends — 6 weekends per session), plus a 6-hour Human Anatomy Lab, for $2,400
~Take a 60-hour session (Pt 1 or Pt 2) for $1,200, and/or sign up for Human Anatomy Lab for an additional $200
~Take any weekend class you like for $225 per weekend class
Call or Email to Register. Early Bird Rates Available.
707.823.8818 ext 108 | email@example.com
This revolutionary approach to study the human body is integrated, holistic, hands-on multi sensorial and interdisciplinary. Learn all the systems of the body in an integrative understanding from Ayurveda, Hatha Yoga, Chinese Medicine and the western sciences.
In this course you will:
- visit an offsite human anatomy lab
- use and examine X-Rays & MRIs
- integrate meditation, breathing exercises, purification and nutrition
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Friday 5:30 PM “Meet the Instructor” | Friday 6 PM to 9 PM | Saturday 11 AM to 6 PM
Anatomy and Physiology: Holistic, Integrative, and Functional, Part I
Oct 2-3, 2015: HEAD
We’ll look at the central nervous system organization, with focus on the pineal gland and thalamic-pituitary gland axis, cerebral cortex, cranial nerves. Ether element and Vata dosha will be discussed in Western terms. Muscles, tendons, bones, and ligaments of this area will also be a focus.
Nov. 6-7, 2015: NECK
We’ll discuss the thyroid/parathyroid axis in relationship with other glands. We’ll look at the cervical spine and lymphoid ring, and the mechanism of pH control and blood pressure control in the neck. Muscles, tendons, bones, and ligaments of this area will also be a focus.
Nov. 13-14, 2015: CHEST AND UPPER LIMBS
We’ll study the cardiovascular and respiratory systems, the thymus gland, and the immune system. Air element and Love Center/autonomic functions will be discussed. Muscles, tendons, bones, and ligaments of this area will also be a focus.
Dec. 18-19, 2015: ABDOMEN AND DIGESTION
Study includes the abdominal cavity and muscles, digestion, metabolism, anabolism, catabolism, abdominal organs, carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. We’ll discuss the Pitta Center. Muscles, tendons, bones, and ligaments of this area will also be a focus.
Jan. 15-16, 2016: PELVIC ORGANS, LOWER LIMBS, AND REPRODUCTION
This will be an exploration of male/female reproductive systems, the lower limbs and meridian pathways, gonads and ovaries. We’ll discuss the elements of Earth and Water, and Kapha dosha. Muscles, tendons, bones, and ligaments of this area will also be a focus.
Jan. 22-23, 2016: DISEASES AND DISORDERS
We’ll discuss approaches to pathologies, imbalances, and disorders from the perspectives of Ayurveda, Chinese Medicine, and Western science, as we perform a holistic review of bodily systems. Focuses will include cardiovascular, cancer, and metabolic diseases.