San Diego College of Ayurveda, California is an International online training school with some courses recognized and registered with Yoga Alliance, International Association of Yoga Therapists and National Ayurvedic Medical Association (NAMA).
Our courses are quite affordable, and, have been divided into two paths (we call it Tracks) in order to keep up with the different student audience, and to facilitate different students who want to sample an online course, or, move onto a deeper understanding by pursuing clinical Ayurveda diplomas.
Track A programs are shorter courses, leading to certificate in Yoga Therapy , and, Ayurvedic Nutrition and so on.
Track B is a three level (tier) program with certificates being awarded at every level. You start at the beginning from Block 1 (150 Hours). Then, move on to a 600 Hour Ayurveda Counselor Certification. The student then moves onto the 1100 Hour Diplomas in Ayurvedic Wellness Practitioner which is Block 3 or Level 3. We are working on Ayurvedic Block 4 which will satisfy Ayurveda Doctor requirements as mandated by NAMA. Block 4 is scheduled to be out in 2016-2017.
Training Delivery San Diego College of Ayurveda has a unique and flexible training delivery system that uses a hybrid format of distance learning and limited onsite campus classes. Block 2 and Block 3 use a hybrid format of distance learning and limited onsite campus classes. Students attend Block 1 can be completed 100% online. (Although we prefer at least one weekend onsite workshop with us)
We offer a lot of free courses on sanskrit, bhagavad gita and community workshops at different times. SDCOA teachers often use OLI, or, OPEN LEARNING INTITIATIVEcourses by Carnegie Mellon and incorporate that in their teachings. To learn more, check the website https://oli.cmu.edu/
Most of our courses are 100% online.
A limited coures have a Hybrid Training program with online classes and limited onsite classes in Orange County, San Diego or Dallas, Texas.
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IMPORTANT: ADMISSIONS OPEN FOR NEXT BLOCK 1 150 Hour Ayurveda Foundation program from January 2015. Last date of enrollment - December 1st 2014. Please fill out the application form for block 1.
Shorter one day workshops are available to the community and public. Focus is on Women support, Post Partum Ayurvedic Support, Wellness after surgery through food, and so on. Register for nutrition or cooking workshop now.. Please note that community workshops have no certificates or credits. They include a light vegetarian lunch for participants.
March 29th 2015
Ayurvedic Women Support for taking care of yourself during your monthly cycle, and, womanly transitions. Taking care of yourself during pregnancy and Ayurvedic Post Partum Support Protocols. Marma points beneficial during PMS and Stress for Women.
This empowerment workshop will equip you with the tools you need to support a pre natal, post partum and menopausal person or yourself during this time.
This Ayurvedic Women Support Weekend Workshop gives you the Ayurvedic tools that include the right nutrition, diet and Meditation suited to your dosha.
Part of the workshop can benefit Doulas, Prenatal yoga teachers, Ayurveda and TCM practitioners for Ayurvedic pre natal, post natal, perimenopausal support.
We will share the herbs right for your prakruti,as well as those that help menorrhagia, dysmenorrhea, discuss your monthly cycle, heavy bleeding, cyst issues -- or PMS. We will talk about the Ayurvedic Diet and foods that most help a women at different times during the monthly cycle, or, even during menopause.
You will learn about Herbs, Nutrition, Meditation and Yoga Breathing for your body and mind type.
Audience: Block 1 Track B students 150 Hours- Free. Alumni and students from other courses - $51.
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Location: 725 North Quince Street, Suite 108