Ayurveda for health and rejuvenation


With Vaidya Sankar Sreelal and Vaidya Poornima Sreelal,
Ayurveda experts from Kerala, India


A Live Online Course in 2 Parts


Saturdays, from 9.00 to 10.30 AM
Free Online Event: May 7
Part 1: June 11, 18, 25 and July 2, 9, 16
Part 2: July 23, 30 and August 6, 13, 20, 27
2 parts: €147 · 1 part: €82

This course gives an in-depth introduction to the principles of physiology and anatomy of Ayurveda and its huge rejuvenative potential.

It presents classical Rasayanas (rejuvenating tonics) for the different tissues of the human body with easy-to-follow steps how to prepare them at home.

Free online event: Course presentation

Saturday May 7, from 9.00 to 10.30 AM

  • Basics of Ayurvedic physiology
  • The concept of rasayanas (rejuvenating tonics)
  • How this course can help you to implement positive changes in your daily life


Registration for free event


Vaidya Sankar Sreelal

Dr. Sankar Sreelal was born in a traditional Ayurveda practitioner’s family in Kerala. Apart from clinical practice, because of his analytical approach, he’s interested in applying IT in Ayurveda. He did his post-graduate work in bioinformatics.

Vaidya Poornima Sreelal

Dr. Poornima Sreelal is a leading Ayurvedic dietary consultant. She comes from a traditional healer’s family. After her graduation in Ayurveda, she specialized in Clinical nutrition and dietetics. She works on applied nutrition for curative purposes.

Ayurveda – For Health and Rejuvenation

A Live Online Course in 2 Parts


Part 1 – Ayurvedic Anatomy and Physiology

June 11

  • Functions and functional divisions of Vata Dosha
  • How Vata Dosha is connected to the nervous system, circulation, etc.
  • Vata imbalances and how to manage.


June 18

  • Functions and functional divisions of Pitta dosha
  • Possible correlation of Pitta Dosha with enzymes and hormones
  • How to deal with imbalances.


June 25

  • Functions and functional divisions of Kapha dosha
  • Kapha Dosha and the different body fluids
  • Typical imbalances and their remedies


July 2

  • Srothas – ayurvedic channels and messenger pathways.
  • Their connection to the circulatory system and other communication mechanisms in the body.
  • How disturbances in the srothas might lead to diseases.


July 9

  • Insights and benefits from understanding the Srothas in detail
  • How they help achieve balance and homeostasis
  • Balancing the digestive system, body fluids and the respiratory system


July 16

  • Srothas of the 7 main body tissues (Dhathus) and how they affect our health
  • How do they support transportation, elimination and excretion?
  • Typical blockages and ways to remove them.

Part 2: Rasayana – tonics for rejuvenation

July 23

  • Introduction to Rasayana – Rejuvenating by improving the metabolism.
  • How Rasayanas work: Different methods of Rasayana delivery
  • making herbal preparations, improving diet and developing new activities.


July 30

  • Rasayanas for general improvement of vitality and longevity
  • Easy to follow instructions
  • Simple ingredients


August 6

  • Rasayana methods improving brain development and its functions
  • Guidelines for clear thinking, etiquettes and courteous behaviour
  • How do these Rasayanas improve our body’s functions and support rejuvenation?


August 13

  • Which techniques and methods are recommended to improve appearance, quality of skin and hair.


August 20

  • Finding Rasayana for specific problems like weight gain, weight loss, asthma, skin disease.


August 27

  • Rasayana foods
  • are there classical food combinations from the text books for rejuvenation?
  • practical recipes which can be easily prepared at home.

Registration & Payment


Two parts: €147

One part (6 classes each): €82



Register for both parts