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Ayurveda Practitioner

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Original price £3,180.00
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🌿 Embark on a Profound Journey: Enroll in our Certified Ayurveda Practitioner Course 🌿 (~ 1000 hours, you may take up to 3 years to complete this course but it can be completed within 12 months)

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Professors: Dr. Rashmi Bhatt, Dr. Vivek Brijbahal Singh & Other doctors and Yogacharyas. 

Are you a compassionate individual seeking to deepen your knowledge of holistic health? Our comprehensive Ayurveda Practitioner Course offers an unparalleled opportunity to acquire the expertise required to integrate the ancient wisdom of Ayurveda into your practice. Collaborate with Western medical doctors or work independently, while simultaneously pursuing yoga teacher training, yoga therapist training, or yoga master course training.

🌟 Course Highlights 🌟

🔸 Delve into the rich history and philosophy of Ayurveda, examining its fundamental principles and juxtaposing them with Western medicine.

🔸 Develop a profound comprehension of Ayurvedic anatomy and physiology, contrasting it with the Western understanding of the human body.

🔸 Acquire mastery in Ayurvedic diagnostics through practical training in traditional tools and techniques, and learn to synergize them with Western diagnostic methods.

🔸 Explore the intricacies of Ayurvedic pharmacology, encompassing herbology, formulations, safety, efficacy, and potential interactions with Western medications.

🔸 Immerse yourself in the realm of Ayurvedic therapies, including Panchakarma, dietary and nutritional guidance, lifestyle management, yoga, exercise, and stress reduction through meditation.

🔸 Refine your clinical acumen with observation, case studies, and treatment plan formulation, while cultivating the ability to collaborate effectively with Western medical professionals.

🔸 Establish and oversee a thriving Ayurvedic practice, while adhering to ethical standards and navigating legal and regulatory considerations for Ayurvedic practitioners.

🔸 Embrace a lifelong commitment to continuing education and professional development within the field of Ayurveda.

🌱 Empower Lives through the Ancient Wisdom of Ayurveda 🌱

Whether you are an experienced healthcare provider or an aspiring holistic practitioner, our Ayurveda Practitioner Course equips you with the knowledge, skills, and wisdom to profoundly impact the lives of your clients. With the flexibility to study in conjunction with our other yoga and wellness courses, you can cultivate a diverse and comprehensive healing practice that harmonizes the best of Eastern and Western approaches to health.

Seize this unique opportunity to become a certified Ayurvedic practitioner and join a dedicated community of healers committed to transforming lives. Enroll today and unveil the time-honored secrets of this ancient healing science! 🌿✨

We will look at a minimum of 80 case studies. 

Course Syllabus 
Introduction to Ayurveda
  • History and development of Ayurveda
  • Basic principles of Ayurveda: Tridosha (Vata, Pitta, Kapha), Panchamahabhuta, Srotas, Prakriti, and Vikriti
  • Philosophy of Ayurveda: Sankhya, Yoga, and Vedanta
  • Comparison of Ayurveda and Western medicine: Holistic vs. Reductionist approaches
Anatomy and Physiology
  • Ayurvedic perspective on human anatomy: Sapta Dhatus (Rasa, Rakta, Mamsa, Meda, Asthi, Majja, Shukra), Srotas, and Marma points
  • Ayurvedic perspective on human physiology: Agni, Ama, Ojas, Tejas, and Prana
  • Comparison of Ayurvedic and Western perspectives: Organ systems, Tissues, and Cells
Diagnostics in Ayurveda
  • Principles of Ayurvedic diagnosis: Ashtavidha Pariksha (Eightfold examination)
  • Ayurvedic diagnostic tools and techniques: Nadi (pulse) diagnosis, Jihva (tongue) diagnosis, and Prashna (questioning)
  • Integrating Ayurvedic and Western diagnostic methods: Lab tests, Imaging, and Clinical assessment
Ayurvedic Pharmacology
  • Ayurvedic herbology: Dravya Guna Shastra
  • Ayurvedic formulations: Kashayas, Ghritas, Tailas, Avalehas, Churnas, Vatis, and Bhasmas
  • Principles of herbal medicine: Rasa, Virya, Vipaka, Guna, and Karma
  • Safety, efficacy, and regulation of Ayurvedic medicines: Standardization and Quality control
  • Interactions between Ayurvedic and Western medicines: Drug-herb interactions and Adverse effects
Ayurvedic Therapies
  • Panchakarma therapies: Vamana, Virechana, Basti, Nasya, and Raktamokshana
  • Ayurvedic diet and nutrition: Shad Rasa (Six tastes), Ahara, and Pathya-Apathya
  • Ayurvedic lifestyle management: Dinacharya, Ritucharya, and Sadvritta
  • Ayurvedic yoga and exercise: Asana, Pranayama, and Ayurvedic body types
  • Ayurvedic meditation and stress management: Dhyana, Mantra, and Pratyahara
Clinical Practice
  • Clinical observation and case studies: Patient assessment, Documentation, and Follow-up
  • Developing treatment plans: Customized therapies, Preventive care, and Rehabilitation
  • Working with Western medical doctors: Collaborative care, Referrals, and Integrative medicine
  • Establishing and managing an Ayurvedic practice: Business planning, Marketing, and Regulatory compliance
Ethics and Professionalism
  • Ethical principles in Ayurveda and Western medicine: Ahimsa, Satya, Asteya, Brahmacharya, and Aparigraha
  • Communication with clients/patients and healthcare professionals: Informed consent, Privacy, and Cultural competence
  • Legal and regulatory considerations for Ayurvedic practitioners: Licensure, Malpractice, and Scope of practice
  • Continuing education and professional development: Networking, Research, and Best practices


Potential Career Choices: 

  1. Ayurvedic Consultant: Offer personalized consultations to clients, providing lifestyle, diet, and herbal recommendations based on their individual needs and constitution (Prakriti).

  2. Ayurvedic Therapist: Perform specialized Ayurvedic treatments such as Panchakarma, Abhyanga, and Shirodhara, in a clinical or spa setting.

  3. Ayurvedic Educator/Instructor: Teach Ayurveda courses at wellness centers, yoga studios, or educational institutions.

  4. Ayurvedic Product Formulator: Develop and create Ayurvedic products, such as herbal supplements, skincare, and other wellness items, for retail or online sale.

  5. Ayurvedic Chef: Prepare and create Ayurvedic meals and recipes for clients, restaurants, or catering services, focusing on balancing the doshas through diet.

  6. Ayurvedic Researcher: Conduct research on the efficacy and safety of Ayurvedic treatments, herbs, and therapies, contributing to the scientific knowledge of Ayurveda.

  7. Ayurvedic Clinic/Wellness Center Owner: Establish and manage your own Ayurvedic clinic or wellness center, offering a range of Ayurvedic services to clients.

  8. Ayurvedic Pharmacist: Work in or own an Ayurvedic pharmacy, dispensing herbal remedies and advising clients on their proper use.

  9. Ayurvedic Author/Writer: Write books, articles, or blog posts on Ayurvedic principles, practices, and treatments, educating others about this ancient healing system.

  10. Ayurvedic Health Coach: Help clients achieve their health goals by integrating Ayurvedic principles into their daily routines, offering guidance and support along their journey.

  11. Ayurvedic Retreat Organizer: Plan and organize Ayurvedic retreats or workshops, offering a transformative experience for participants.

  12. Ayurvedic Lifestyle Brand Founder: Create a brand around Ayurvedic principles, offering products and services that promote holistic well-being.

  13. Ayurvedic Counselor: Provide emotional and spiritual support to clients through Ayurvedic counseling techniques.

  14. Ayurvedic Yoga Instructor: Teach yoga classes that incorporate Ayurvedic principles, helping students balance their doshas and improve overall well-being.

  15. Ayurvedic Integrative Health Practitioner: Collaborate with other healthcare professionals, such as naturopathic doctors, chiropractors, or nutritionists, to offer a comprehensive approach to health and wellness.

  1. Ayurvedic Marketing Specialist: Promote and market Ayurvedic products, services, and events using your knowledge of Ayurveda and communication skills.

  2. Ayurvedic Herb Cultivator: Grow, harvest, and process medicinal herbs for use in Ayurvedic formulations, either as a standalone business or in partnership with other practitioners or companies.

  3. Ayurvedic Import/Export Business: Source, import, and distribute Ayurvedic herbs, products, and ingredients, connecting suppliers with practitioners and businesses.

  4. Ayurvedic Bodywork Practitioner: Offer Ayurvedic bodywork therapies, such as marma therapy, to help clients achieve balance and relaxation.

  5. Ayurvedic Meditation Instructor: Teach meditation techniques based on Ayurvedic principles, helping clients achieve mental clarity and inner peace.

  6. Ayurvedic Pregnancy and Postpartum Care Specialist: Support pregnant and postpartum women by providing specialized Ayurvedic care, including diet, lifestyle, and herbal recommendations.

  7. Ayurvedic Skincare Specialist: Provide Ayurvedic skincare consultations and treatments to help clients achieve healthy, radiant skin.

  8. Ayurvedic Content Creator: Develop engaging multimedia content (videos, podcasts, social media posts) to share Ayurvedic knowledge and principles with a wider audience.

  9. Ayurvedic Animal Care Specialist: Apply Ayurvedic principles to the care of animals, offering natural and holistic treatments for pets and livestock.

  10. Ayurvedic Community Health Worker: Provide Ayurvedic education and support to local communities, promoting health and well-being through outreach and engagement.

  11. Ayurvedic Public Speaker: Give talks and presentations on Ayurveda at conferences, workshops, and events, sharing your knowledge and passion for the subject.

  12. Ayurvedic Non-profit Organization/NGO Worker: Contribute to the work of non-profit organizations or NGOs focused on promoting Ayurveda, public health, or sustainable practices.

  13. Ayurvedic Career Counselor: Guide aspiring Ayurvedic practitioners in choosing the right career path and supporting them in their professional development.

How is the course administered?
It is a combination of video lectures, live classes online and text books

What resources will be required and how will they be accessed?
We provide a comprehensive text book and there might some *recommended* reading and you will be able to buy these books from Amazon. However, our mission is to make sure that education is easily available and therefore there won't be required reading that is not freely provided for download

How is our progress evaluated
There are little quizzes throughout the curriculum, assignments and online video test at the end. Don't worry, you will be very well prepared.

Is this authentic? Are you in India?
Yes, we operate a large clinic in Rishikesh, India and almost all of us are either Indian or of Indian heritage. The teachers on this course are orderly licensed and board certified doctors that actively practice.

How will practical experience be provided?
There are multiple venues. We will discuss more than 80 cases studies throughout this course and you will be able to either visit us for in-person immersion in India (there will be a fee) but alternatively join sessions remotely as our doctors will have assistants that film sessions where appropriate. In addition you will get access to tools to offer some services to friends and family. We will also offer a platform for students practicing together.

I am in UK, USA, Canada... Am I required to register with an organization if I want to practice it?
No, Ayurveda is not regulated and therefore reqistering with anyone is not required. We will certify your participation and you will have the knowledge you need to coach others. However, please understand that 1 year/1000 hours of education is just the beginning. Ayurveda is an ancient system about the intricacies of life and health and a full education in Ayurveda required more than 5 years of deep study. If you are interested in becoming an Ayurveda doctor please contact us.

Small workgroup meetings
We have multiple teachers/doctors and will offer these groups throughout the week at different times. As a school we already teach more than 56 classes per week and will now add many more. We have a lot of experience in providing online training to people from all over the world.

Are there any prerequisites?
No, there are none. However, it will be of advantage to have completed 12 years of school. If you want to go deeper than this course in the future, highschool diploma, GED or comparable will be required.

Is there an age minimum (18 / 19 / 21)?
Participants should be 18 or older. For exceptions please contact support. There have been fantastic Ayurveda practitioners and Yoga Therapists in the past that were younger.

Are the teachers licensed to practice in India?
Yes, they are registered and licensed doctors that practice Ayurveda as well as surgeries etc.

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