Today, I am talking about study content under training.
In South India,
Ayurvedic diet (Aryurvetic diet)
Ayurvedic medicine (Aryurvetic cookery)
The first floor of this picture is my classroom.
This time I received lessons luxuriously with one-to-one man.
The teacher seems to be turning around with 4 to 5 people, and the doctor of young women accounts for 80% proportionally.
Among them, Dr. Lakshmi was a teacher who had a high frequency of entry.
He is short and cute. English is easy to hear. And the explanation is very easy to understand after all. It is no exaggeration to say that she was able to deepen her understanding thanks to her (lol)
In Yakushina, studying culinary training while studying food ingredients and spice effectiveness, and learning the basics of Ayurveda in Yakushi.
A long machine and a chair in a space of about 4 to 5 tatami mats, and a white board. This is a study space.
At the end of the same room is a gas stove. I will practice cooking here.
The lesson will be in English.
Originally, Ayurveda uses Indian language (Sanskrit). The so-called medical book is Sanskrit but because it is widely spread abroad, it is English for foreigners.
Although it is English, even if it keeps the meaning of frequently occurring words, it seems that it will be able to survive somehow in science English.
Well heard words
It is around. It is convincing.
Ayurveda’s virtue is said to have been handed down to the human world by God more than 5,000 years ago.
Aside from whether the history is true or not, it seems that tradition from one person to another was handed down little by little to a small community unit like the Aozora classroom or Terakoya now. I came to Terakoya, not the style of school.
The lecture just received by me was that style itself. Learn slowly and slowly what you want to learn rather than competing and learning. Although I was quite accustomed to it and I was the one who cared a lot about various things, I thought that it would be nice to learn slowly and carefully.
I wish I could spice my spices happily and delicious like this in a tatami room on the edge, surrounded by a suite.
Recently, I am thinking.
Eating meals in South India, I am a trainee.
(※ Training here represents the student life )
The place I stayed is the place where the treatment facility (clinic), school (academy), dormitory, hotel (accommodation) are united.
Doctor is 24 hours resident, school is Monday – Saturday, morning and evening are yoga and meditation, meal is facilities of Ayurveda with three meals.
The meal that comes out here is vegetarian.
This meal is three meals.
Southern Indian cuisine is also called Mirs, so 5 to 6 items will come out like a one-piece dish like this.
I also learned recipes such as Lassam, Abiel and Curry with diet therapy.
I thought that meat and fish might be truly training for me who love me (sometimes McDonald’s potatoes).No way.
The taste is firm and spicy, all of this also has a lot of spice dishes.
The connection is good ..
On the other hand, back in Japan, I can not get upset, I managed to recover in South Indian cuisine.
This is a person who treats and returns to the original life, those who study and pass on knowledge in various forms,
A place where such positive people gather …,, It is the farthest place from heaven ^ ^
I think that it is good if there is such an integrated facility in Japan,
I wonder if it is close to the elderly home.