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In this 6.8-hour lesson, we explore the intricate and complicated relationships that can occur between the doṣas and how we might begin to restore balance when the doṣas become disturbed.
Regarding this particular course, you should know it is one excerpted section (Lesson 11) of our Foundations of Āyurveda Part I course. We are offering each section of that course as a stand-alone section–like this one–so that people can explore just one topic of interest but, if it seems a little out of context standing alone, it is because it is indeed out of context. But we feel the information presented will be valuable nonetheless. Please be advised: This lesson–Lesson 11–especially draws on many topics that we went into in the previous 10 lessons and so may especially feel incomplete on its own…because it is. For a while we didn’t even offer this lesson as a stand-alone class because of this but, in the final analysis, we decided to offer it because some of you wanted very much like to specifically review some of the things we discuss here.
If you would like more information on this course than what you’ll find on this page, whether it is approved for NAMA credits, etc., kindly peruse the home page–including the FAQs– for Foundations of Āyurveda Part I.