In this programme we cover Ayurvedic philosophy, physiology, psychology, routine, the cycle of pathology, basics of diagnosis and conducting consultations that includes prakriti examination (constitution) and vikriti examination (imbalances). We also learn about treatments which include: diet and nutrition, common Ayurvedic herbs, lifestyle changes, and over 30 Ayurvedic manual treatments and massages. We will be learning most of the pre-panchakarma treatments in this intensive programme.
Students who have completed this course are now practicing Ayurveda in their countries offering Ayurvedic consultations, treatments, lifestyle advice, advice about common Ayurvedic herbs, running retreats, yoga therapy, setting up Ayurvedic shops and markets. They have also been teaching Ayurvedic courses, workshops, massage classes, nutrition classes, and teaching Ayurveda at yoga teacher training programmes. View our alumni here.
This course provides a solid foundation for anyone wishing to develop an effective and ethical practice as an Ayurvedic Therapist and utilise Ayurvedic principles for self-care as well as for the wellness of others.