Transmit the healing qualities of Ayurveda
Ayurveda Practitioner Studies
A four-year 200 EC study program with Bachelor level accreditation
We are honoured to present this 4-year Bachelor's level accredited Ayurveda Practitioner Studies
This program is for anyone who is interested in becoming an Ayurveda Practitioner or wants to deepen their professional knowledge, skills and experience in the field of ayurveda. The APS is a serious and in-depth study program where students study all major aspects of ayurveda. At the same time, students develop skills to support (future) clients on their path to health and to treat them for various health issues.
Year I: Ayurveda for Self-Healing
Pillars of health: a year of basic foundations and starting to ‘live’ these in your own life
In the first year, you will learn about the basic ayurvedic principles and lay a solid foundation in the field of ayurvedic nutrition, massage, daily routine, yoga, herbs and remedies. The focus of the first year is equally divided between theory, practical and treatment skills plus experience-based teaching. This year will inspire and guide you to think within the framework of ayurvedic science.
Year II: Ayurveda as Preventive Medicine
Understanding imbalance: a year of exploring disease and how to approach imbalance in an ayurvedic way
In the second APS year, tuition continues around the basic principles of ayurveda. There will be additional focus on the qualities required of an ayurveda and healing counsellor so as to evaluate and advise clients. Students will start to work with practical cases and real clients. Students will continue to dive into basic classes in western anatomy and physiology, bridging western medical concepts to the ayurvedic basic principles.
Year III & IV: Ayurveda in Full Healing Practice
Healing diseases: two years of studying major diseases and their treatment options, including clinical training
In Year III of the APS, you will dive into more advanced principles that are essential to evaluate and ayurvedically diagnose clients as a Practitioner. You will start working at a clinical level with practical cases and real clients. In Year IV you will work towards completion of your training to become an Ayurveda Practitioner. The focus is on bringing theory into practice, through practical modules and assignments, a final thesis and exams.
The Ayurveda Practitioner Study Program is accredited
by the SNRO, and registered with the CRKBO and FONG.
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