Fifty Client Encounters count towards Internship.

Client encounters are done in person by traveling to us for internship, OR, online, via live or recorded broadcast appointments, or, any appropriate secure online video software being used by school.

Client Encounters online may cover the following:

Method 1:

Observation: Student observes the teacher, or, an advanced Practitioner student with a client via video. These may be broadcast client appointments with virtual video software with secure connection. Students get a chance to ask questions post interview. Twenty five hours of observation and client encounters may be done via observation.

Method 2.

Student/client one-on-one, may be done offline, under the supervision of the instructor with student’s family, community, friends, or other students within the group, and completed encounters may be posted via mail to the schools physical address. These are then reported to the school with actual paperwork.

Upto 25 client encounter and 25 hours of time must be devoted to the client one one. Student is required to note client interview time in each report sent. Feedback on client encounters is given to the student via phone, or, online meeting software.

Alternative Option

Observation: Student observes the teacher, or, an advanced Practitioner student with a client in person* by traveling to our location, or, buddying up with an advanced student near them.

Direct Supervision: Student then does the client encounters under the direct observation of the TA, Practitioner Student or the teacher. Feedback is given in person. Reports are written offline and posted to the school.

*If student is planning to attend in person in Austin, they must bear the cost of airfare, travel and hotel.

Final Research Project
To enhance in-class learning, students are required to complete a final project outside of class related to the theory and practice of Ayurveda AC109-50 Hrs, AC 110- 50, or, AC108 50 Hrs subjects.

This shall be facilitated by the class instructors. The project can take the form of workshops arranged by the school for the community, visiting Ayurveda shops or spas in your area, or, and/or writing articles for the school blog, and/or, doing research and reporting your findings, and/or conducting free Ayurveda seminars in their own community, etc.

The final project report must be completed no later than last day of the class in Quarter 4.