These are 5 stand-alone immersion Ayurveda courses which can be completed individually (33 hours each), or combined with a conversion course to create a further qualification (e.g. Health Advisor). Each Ayurveda course takes place online over 3 months and focuses on understanding yourself and your close community. Each of the courses is restricted to 23 participants, ensuring a close-knit community and fully interactive webinars.
All of these Ayurveda courses include:
- A comprehensive syllabus covering everything you need to know to start applying Ayurveda’s wisdom to your daily life
- Engaging monthly content with assessments and case studies
- Knowledge direct from the classical Ayurvedic texts combined with modern interpretation, supported by research where possible
- Interactive monthly webinars with plenty of time for breakout discussions and Q&A on the month’s content
- Access to a collaborative learning community to share ideas, practical tips and learning. With 23 partipants per course, you will have the opportunity to be part of a close-knit community.
- A health diary to enable you to record your experiences – not all advice will work for everyone so what is really best for you?
- Downloadable course materials and webinar recordings
- A certificate of completion once you have finished the course, equivalent to 33 hours of CPD
Our Ayurveda courses are designed for:
- Individuals interested in improving their own health and well-being
- Yoga practitioners and teachers wanting to explore Yoga’s sister science and apply it to their practice/ teaching
- Chefs and foodies wanting to understand the energetics of food according to Ayurveda
- Parents and carers wanting to support their family
- Individuals looking to become an Ayurvedic health practitioners
- Existing health practitioners, including herbalist and nutritional therapists, wanting to include Ayurveda in their existing practice
Course 1: Introduction to Ayurveda – The Science of Life
This course is offered 4 times a year starting September 2021. Learn the basic building blocks of Ayurveda.
This introductory Ayurveda course will encourage you to:
- Better connect with yourself – Ayurveda is focussed on accepting ourselves as we are, playing to our strengths and nurturing our weaknesses (BTW, lovely Oscar Wilde quote on ‘Be yourself, as everyone else is already taken…)
- Look at your friends, family and work colleagues through the ‘dosha’ lens to enable better relationships
- Connect with nature on a regular basis, to help tune into your daily circadian rhythm as well as the season
- Prepare fresh, whole foods from organic, seasonal, local foods tailored for your dosha
- See ‘food as medicine’ and explore using some of the herbs in your kitchen spice rack to make simple home remedies for common ailments
- Tailor your lifestyle, exercise and yoga practice to your dosha
- Tread more lightly on this earth and live more sustainably by adopting Ayurvedic principles.
- Live the most fulfilled life you can! Ayurveda is not about living the perfect life, but living the best life for you.
Extras included in this course:
- A 50% discount for a personalised Ayurvedic assessment report to support diet and lifestyle recommendations.
How to Register
It couldn’t be simpler to register. Simply click here to book and pay for Course 1 starting in September ’21. The link will take you to another of our websites with a secure ordering and payment system (ayurvedapractice.com).
Dates for Course 1 are as follows:
Monday 20th September 2021: Start of Module 1
Tuesday 12th October: Zoom seminar for Module 1
Monday 18th October: Start of Module 2
Tuesday 9th November: Zoom seminar for Module 2
Monday 18th November: Start of Module 3.
Tuesday 7th December: Zoom seminar for Module 3
Course 2: Beauty from within
This 3 month course is offered twice a year starting in March 2022.
This course will encourage you to:
- understand your body and skin through the lens of Ayurveda
- create daily routines and interventions for skin and body care
- gain a deeper understanding of Ayurvedic massage and how it can be used for you and your family
- learn about marma points in the context of Ayurvedic massage
- understand and try out the concepts of ama pacana (digesting ama) and traditional Ayurvedic cleansing techniques – beauty truly comes from within
- go deeper into principles and practicals of Ayurvedic cooking and learn how to construct a beautifully Ayurvedic dish and meal
- widen and deepen knowledge of key herbs and spices in cooking
- discover the healing herbs in your kitchen cupboard and practice using them in your life
- learn about the key Ayurvedic medicinal herbs and formulations
- use the Ayurvedic lens to look into and analyse local herbs near you
Course 3: Holistic Ayurveda
This 3 month course is offered twice a year starting in June 2022.
We love this all-embracing course! Here we tie in all the Ayurvedic concepts and relate them to the being in the broadest sense of the word.
This course delves into:
- Ayurveda and Yoga, how the two systems can work together and how you can use concepts and practices from both in the most fulfilling and helpful way
- Ayurveda and the mind, discovering a wealth of Ayurvedic knowlege on mental health, spiritual practices and meditation.
- Understanding our physical and mental health in the context of our emotional history and experiences
- Core Ayurvedic concepts relating to best holistic health for Women and Men’s specific health
Course 4: Ayurvedic anatomy and physiology
This 3 month course is offered twice a year starting in September 2022.
This course delves deeper into the Ayurvedic view of the body and physiology.
Course 5: Understanding and correcting imbalance
This 3 month course is offered twice a year starting in December 2022.
This covers a range of imbalances which can occur in the mind and body and the steps we take to correct them with Ayurveda.
Course 5 completes the Ayurveda Foundation Courses. Please note that you will not be qualified Ayurvedic practitioner after an individual course or all 5 Ayurveda Foundation Courses. It is designed to provide a foundation of Ayurveda for personal use and development, along with helping friends and family. You can combine these modules with conversion courses to become a Yoga-Ayurveda Therapist (previous 200 hour Yoga training required) or an Ayurvedic Health Advisor.