Javanese Herbal Medicine (Jamu) and Cosmetic Training

Javanese Herbal Medicine (Jamu) and Cosmetic Training 2016

‘Back to nature’ is not merely a slogan inJava and Indonesia. The visible proof is the use of traditional herbal medicine of various type of ‘medical plants’, either from the leaves, the fruits, the roots, the flowers or the barks, etc.These herbal medicine had been used since the ancient time up to now, it is largely consumed by people of different level; lower, middle and upper, in the villages and in the big cities. At present one could buy easily ready made jamu packed modernly in the form of powder, pills, capsules, drinking liquid and ointments. Of course there are still jamu shops, which sell only ingredients or prepare the jamu on spot as required by buyers. Some women are roaming the street to sell jamu, is a common view across the country.


The traditional methods of making jamu such as by boiling the prepared herbal ingredients (jamugodok) still prevail in Javanese society. The popular traditional tools of making jamu are still available in many Javanese houses such as; Lumpang (small iron Mortar), pipisan, parut (grater), kuali (clay pot), etc.  This training aims to provide knowledge and skills for participants to provide and serve Javanese herbal medicine (jamu) and cosmetic. This course is designed for 7 days in Yogyakarta Indonesia. Training will be delivered using  English with training method 70% practical and 30% theory from 08.30-15.30 Indonesia Time.

Training Outlines

Day 1 The Herbs of Jamu
Day 2 Kind of disease could jamu cure
Day 3 Javanese  Cosmetic
Day 4 Practice 1 (Jamu)
Day 5 Practice 2 (Jamu)
Day 6 Practice 3 (Javanese Cosmetic)
Day 7 Practice 4 (Javanese Cosmetic)

Facilities:

  • Training kit
  • Modules
  • Coffee break
  • Lunch
  • Certificate

Training Location
Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Admission and Information
Iroel, Mr. phone +62816592791 and +628226191381 or e-mail kiranajasa@gmail.com

Training fee
USD 880

Training Schedule
January Class…. January 25 – 31, 2016
February Class…. February 23 – 29, 2016
March Class…. March 22 – 29, 2016
April Class…. April 19 – 26, 2016
May Class…. May 18 – 25, 2016
June Class…. June 14 – 22, 2016
July Class…. July 19 – 26, 2016
August Class…. August 23 – 30, 2016
September Class…. September 20 – 27, 2016
October Class…. October 18 – 25, 2016
November Class…. November 10 – 17, 2016
December Class…. December 8 – 15, 2016

Javanese Herbal Medicine (Jamu) and Cosmetic Training

 

‘Back to nature’ is not merely a slogan inJava and Indonesia. The visible proof is the use of traditional herbal medicine of various type of ‘medical plants’, either from the leaves, the fruits, the roots, the flowers or the barks, etc.These herbal medicine had been used since the ancient time up to now, it is largely consumed by people of different level; lower, middle and upper, in the villages and in the big cities.

At present one could buy easily ready madejamu packed modernly in the form of powder, pills, capsules, drinking liquid and ointments. Of course there are still jamu shops, which sell only ingredients or prepare the jamu on spot as required by buyers. Some women are roaming the street to sell jamu, is a common view across the country.

The traditional methods of making jamu such as by boiling the prepared herbal ingredients (jamugodok) still prevail in Javanese society. The popular traditional tools of making jamu are still available in many Javanese houses such as; Lumpang (small iron Mortar), pipisan, parut (grater), kuali (clay pot), etc.

This training aims to provide knowledge and skills for participants to provide and serve Javanese herbal medicine (jamu) and cosmetic. This course is designed for 7 days in Yogyakarta Indonesia. Training will be delivered using  English with training method 70% practical and 30% theory from 08.30-15.30 Indonesia Time.

Course Outlines

Day 1 The Herbs of Jamu
Day 2
Kind of disease could jamu cure
Day 3
Javanese  Cosmetic

Day 4 Practice 1 (Jamu)

Day 5 Practice 2 (Jamu)

Day 6 Practice 3 (Javanese Cosmetic)

Day 7 Practice 4 (Javanese Cosmetic)

Facilities:

·         Training kit

·         Modules

·         Coffee break

·         Lunch

·         Accommodation for 7 nights (twin share)

·         Dinner

·         Certificate

 

Course fee

 

USD 880

 

Course Schedule

January Class…. January 25 – 31, 2016

February Class…. February 23 – 29, 2016

March Class…. March 22 – 29, 2016

April Class…. April 19 – 26, 2016

May Class…. May 18 – 25, 2016

June Class…. June 14 – 22, 2016

July Class…. July 19 – 26, 2016

August Class…. August 23 – 30, 2016

September Class…. September 20 – 27, 2016

October Class…. October 18 – 25, 2016

November Class…. November 10 – 17, 2016

December Class…. December 8 – 15, 2016

 

Accomondation Arrangement

We offer different types of accommodation for you to choose from for your Javanese SPA Training in Yogyakarta Indonesia . We want you to feel completely comfortable during your SPA training. Of course, where you stay is an important factor which can help make your Javanese SPA  training  an unforgettable experience. We’re sure we have an accommodation option that will suit you: enjoy staying with friendly local people or  a host family or apartment, or choose a hotel as a place to retreat at the end of the day.

 

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