Practitioner of Classical Ayurveda Training

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Our 4000+ hour course, completed over 4 plus years (including internship in US and India), represents the systematic science of Ayurveda laid out in the classical texts (Charak, Vagbhat, Sushrut) and synthesized into contemporary application. This program is equivalent to the Ayurvedic Doctor level developed by National Ayurvedic Medical Association (NAMA). 

 

Sanskrit is a major component of the foundational learning in all three years, and a working knowledge of Sanskrit terminology is a requirement for student’s satisfactory undertaking of the program. Introductory Sanskrit lessons are offered as part of the first year’s curriculum, and students are encouraged to maintain regular study of Sanskrit terminology as they progress through the program. Reference to the classical texts occurs in both Devanagari script and in transliteration.

 

We stress the importance of ethical values which are essential to a true practitioner & ensure that students are molded into the finest traditions of Ayurveda.

 

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4000+ hours program offered at 3 Levels and completed in 4 plus years.

 

First Level - 1100 Hours 

  • Classroom Hours - 1100 (550+200+200+100+50)

  • Theory ( 10 *modules ) - 550 Hours 

  • Sanskrit Learning - 200 Hours (**)

  • Project - 200 Hours

  • Correlation with Modern Medicine - 100 Hours 

  • Exams - 50 Hours

 

Second Level – 1100 Hours

  • Classroom Hours - 1100 (450+200+200+100+100+50)

  • Theory ( 10 *modules) - 450 Hours 

  • In-house Clinic - 200 Hours

  • Online textbook reading - 200 Hours 

  • Correlation with Modern Medicine - 100 Hours

  • Case Presentation - 100 Hours

  • Exams - 50 Hours

 

Third Level – 1100 Hours

  • Classroom Hours - 1100 (450+200+200+100+100+50)

  • Theory  ( 10 *modules) - 450 Hours

  • In-house Clinic - 200 Hours

  • Online textbook reading - 200 Hours 

  • Correlation with Modern Medicine - 100 Hours

  • Public Speaking - 100 Hours

  • Exams - 50 Hours

 

Fifty Case Studies with Intial consultation and 2 follow ups - 250 Hours

 

India Trip - 200 Hours

 

Study of Complimentary /Allied Sciences (Jyotish, Vastu, Yoga) - 100 Hours 

 

Extra Lectures - 100 Hours

 

Clinical Management - 50 Hours

 

*A module is a class with visiting faculty in the classroom setting. There are different types of  Modules consisting of  different number of hours ranging from 30hrs to 55hrs depending on the need of that subject. It is usually held on full days including weekend days (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) from 2 consecutive weeks and some weekdays evening from the same week.

 

**Sanskrit and online textbook reading is conducted in between two modules either by direct in-class method or by online classroom using live web tools like go to meeting.