AYURVEDIC PRACTITIONER TRAINING

Course

Number

Course Title Clock

Hours

APT 201 Module 1: Ayurvedic Care for the Digestive and Urinary Systems

Clinical Practicum: Client Encounters/Module and Case Studies

41

21

APT 202 Module 2: Ayurvedic Care for the Respiratory System

Clinical Practicum: Client Encounters/Module and Case Studies

48

21

APT 203 Module 3: Ayurvedic Care for the Circulatory and Lymphatic Systems

Clinical Practicum: Client Encounters/Module and Case Studies

46

21

APT 204 Module 4: Ayurvedic Care for the Integumentary System

Clinical Practicum: Client Encounters/Module and Case Studies

42

21

APT 205 Module 5: Ayurvedic Care for the Musculoskeletal System

Clinical Practicum: Client Encounters/Module and Case Studies

42

21

APT 206 Module 6: Ayurvedic Care for the Nervous and Endocrine Systems

Clinical Practicum:  Client Encounters/Module and Case Studies

42

21

APT 207 Module 7: Ayurvedic Care for the Male Reproductive System

Clinical Practicum: Client Encounters/Module and Case Studies

42

21

APT 208 Module 8: Ayurvedic Care for the Female Reproductive System

Clinical Practicum: Client Encounters/Module and Case Studies

40

21

APT 209 Module 9: Ayurvedic Care for the Childbearing Year and Children

Clinical Practicum: Client Encounters/Module and Case Studies

48

21

APT 210 Module 10: Ayurvedic Care for the Sensory Organs – Eyes, Ears, Nose, Mouth

Clinical Practicum: Client Encounters/Module and Case Studies

42

21

APT 211 Module 11: Clinical Practicum – Panchakarma

Clinical Practicum: Client Encounters/Module and Case Studies

26

21

     
  Theory Hours 459
  Lab Hours 231
  Independent Consultation/Mentorship Hours (Externship) 210
  Total Hours 900
     

Course numbering system: APT = Ayurvedic Practitioner Training / The 11 distinctive course numbers reflect the 11 course sessions of the academic year

Clock hour: Represents 50 minutes of directed, supervised instruction and appropriate breaks

  Required Textbooks

  1. Textbook of Ayurveda – General Principles of Management and Treatment by Dr. Vasant Lad (The Ayurvedic Press  2012)
  2. Ayurvedic Medicine – The Principles of Traditional Practice by Sebastian Pole (Jessica Kingsley Publishers 2013)
  3. Marma Points of Ayurveda (paperback) by Dr. Vasant Lad and Dr. Anisha Durve (The Ayurvedic Press 2015)

 

  (Publishing dates reflect the most recent edition of textbooks. Refer to these dates when purchasing textbooks.

    Books are available for purchase through the Academy or independent book sellers.)