ONLINE EDUCATION

Courses for a Whole, Healthy Life

We provide online courses on diet, exercise, cross-cultural medicine, awareness practices (like meditation), and manual medicine. These are aimed at providing you the tools for being an active participant in your health. From back pain and other musculoskeletal disorder to issues with mental health, these courses will help you learn the essentials of creating and maintaining your own health path. Courses are self-guided and include reading material, video demonstrations, personal guidance.  

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Medium Raw: Transitioning to Your Optimal Diet  

A 10 Week Journey To Health-The next Step in Your Persaonl Evolution ($195) 

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Health starts in the digestive system

There is a “right diet” for everyone, but no single diet is right for everyone!

Learn how to Combine raw and cooked foods in your diet 

Food is an indispensable part of day-to-day life and culture, and we all encounter a lot of conflicting messages about what is and is not good to eat. All the different diets and claims on the market can be confusing. With this course, informed by both the latest Western scientific research and Eastern health and medical traditions, the Conscious Health Institute offers a clear plan to help you turn the most healthful ingredients into complete meals every day.

You may be here because you have a health condition and believe diet is important to healing. You may want to move from an animal-based to a plant-based diet. Or you might want to adopt a raw food diet. We are here to help you find a diet suited to your body and circumstance. If you are looking to heal, seeking to maximize your health and well-being, or searching for factual information about food, this is the ideal course for you.

As you proceed through 10 lessons full of text and videos, you will discover the nutritional benefits of a wide variety of foods, including fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, grains, and beans. Recipes from around the world will teach you how to combine these foods into delicious dishes, and then you can follow our menu suggestions to combine these dishes into balanced meals. This diet is free from animal products, gluten, processed foods, and refined sugar, and places a special emphasis on raw and organic foods and good digestion. Along the way, you’ll learn how to juice your own fruits and vegetables, grow your own sprouts, soak grains and beans, and more. You’ll also gain access to a private Facebook page where you’ll find additional information and support. If you have any questions, you can ask your CHI instructor, who will be happy to help.  

Unlike many diet plans created by chefs, the CHI course is designed by trained professionals with decades of experience in healthcare, medicine and nutrition. The CHI diet course is not a weight-loss diet or a fad diet intended to be followed for only a few weeks. It is a deliberate, sustainable way of eating to help optimize your health over the long term. This course presents general tips and guidelines, not strict rules that everyone must follow at all times. Each person’s health and nutritional needs are slightly different, and these needs can change with time. A key aspect of physical, emotional, and mental health is learning to pay attention to your own body and to be flexible in how you take care of it. It is a good idea to meet with a healthcare professional with expertise in this nutritional approach, to get personalized guidance both before and throughout the process of changing your diet. This will help you speed up the process and individualize the diet to your current heath condition. 

We hope you find this course informative and easy to follow, and the foods tasty and satisfying. Eating well should be not just a commitment to yourself, but also a joy and an adventure. In many different ways, it should make you feel great!  

INTRODUCTION-The Next Step in Your evolution 

Week 1  Fruits, Juices, Liquid meals, and Smoothies 

Week 2  Salads

Week 3  Sprouting

Week 4  Green Leafy Vegetables

Week 5  Vegetables

Week 6  Nuts and Seeds

Week 7  Whole Grains and Seeds

Week 8  Beans, Lentils, and Soy

Week 9  Planning a Balanced Meal

Week 10 Maximizing Raw Food: Combining raw and cooked foods to discover your optimal diet 

Charts 

Conclusion 

 

Yoga Training and mentorship 

Teacher Training 

  1. Technique  (asana, pranayama, meditation) – 100 hours
  2. Anatomy and physiology – 20 hours
  3. Teaching methodology – 30 hours
  4. Practicum – 20 hours
  5. Philosophy, ethics, lifestyles – 20 hours
  6. Electives – 10 hours

Total hours – 200 

Meets Yoga Alliance standard for their YRT 200 certification.

The training will be offered in two forms:  two 2 weeks intensives and a weekend training.

- Curriculum upon request

 

Medical Anthropology 

Cross-cultural medicine 

Week 1  Overview and Introdution to Anthropogical Thinking

Week 2  Other Ways of Knowing: Ethnomedicine

Week 3  The Political Economy of Health

Week 4  Health and Illness: A Metaperspective 

Week 5  Embodied Intersections: Illiness, Knowledge; Individual Effects, Adaptation, Resilience

Week 6  Medical Pluralism in Theory and Practice 

Week 7  Critical Perspectives

Week 8  Integrating Lessons into live and practice 

 

 

World Medicine

Week 1 Introduction

Week 2 Eastern 

Week 3 Western 

Week 4 Indigenous 

Week 5 Biomedine

Week 6 Body and Mind medicine 

Week 7 Information medicine 

Week 8 Review 

 

Psychology and Health

Week 1 Introduction

Week 2 Body and Brain 

Week 3 Social, individual and Self 

Week 4 Emotions and Mind 

Week 5 Disease and health  

Week 6 Healty Self 

Week 7 Lifestyle 

Week 8 Practical life 

 

The Brain and health 

Week 1 Brain Basics and Evolution

Week 2 How Brain Functions

Week 3 Learning and Memory 

Week 4 Intelligence/Cognition

Week 5 Brain, emotions, personality

Week 6 Brain Plasticity and Body

Week 7 Health and Aging 

Week 8 Summary 

 

Exercise

Week 1 Basics benefits 

Week 2 Yoga 

Week 3 Aerobic

Week 4 Strenghtening 

Week 5 Qi Gong and movement

Week 6 special needs and aging 

Week 7 Cross fitness 

 

East Asian Traditional Medicine (Chinese, Japanese, Ayurveda)

1-Introduction 

2-Asian Traditions

3-Chinese

4-Indian, Ayurveda

5-Japanese

6-Western 

 

Manual Medicine ( Massage, Bodywork)

1-Introduction

2-different types of massage

3-structural and myofacial

4-acupressure

5-touch and hands

6-integration 

 

Spiritual Practice and Health 

Energetic Vibration Medicine

The New Allopathy