Ayurveda Counselor- 600 Hours

Ayurveda Counselor

The Ayurveda counselor is divided into six terms of 9-10 weeks each. There are 12 Academic class modules and 142 Lessons equaling 600 Hours. Students are required to complete a minimum of 100 hours of internship and 50 client encounters. Students have the OPTION to complete the internship onsite at Austin, TX (extra fees apply) or choose to do Ayurveda Counselor 100% online.

Description and Scope

The scope of practice for this seminar course is focused on a general well person's constitution, (Prakrti and Vikrti), basic imbalances of doshas and, agni. After the successful completion of this seminar, students will be able to create simple recommendations using dietary, lifestyle, and contemplative practices like meditation, herbs, meditation, recipes, self-care strategies to encourage a lifestyle of balance. The Ayurvedic Counselor will be able to educate the general public regarding basic tenets of Ayurveda and suggest some daily routine or seasonal routine practices. Our Ayurveda Counselor meets the competencies required for professional membership at the Ayurvedic Health Counselor with NAMA. Students can choose to do a portion of the internship in-person to qualify for the NAMA Certification board exam, or, do it 100% online if they do not plan to take this certification exam. The internship status (in person or online) will be reflected in students' transcripts.

UPCOMING SCHEDULE for November Cohort :
ONLINE CLASS SCHEDULE Nov 2021-Dec 2022
Nov & Dec 2021- Thursday- 7 PM, Friday- 7 PM, Sunday- 8 AM
Jan, Feb & March 2022- Sundays-8 AM Central, Thursday- 7 PM
April thru Dec 2022- Saturdays-8 AM Central, Thursday-7 PM

IN-PERSON ONSITE LABS and INTERNSHIP
(recorded or streamed live for online students)

Weekend 1- Sat/Sun Jan 29, Jan 30 (Nutrition and Ahara)
Weekend 2- Sat/Sun March 26, March 27 (Marma Cikitsa)
Weekend 3- Sat/Sun April 23-24 (Yoga Therapy, Parikshas)
Weekend 4- Sat/Sun May 28-29 (Ayurvedic Herbology, Parikshas)
Weekend 5- Sat/Sun June 26-27 (Vastu, Jyotish, Parikshas)
Weekend 6- Thurs/Fri/Sat/Sun July 28, 29, 30, 31
(Trividha Pariksha, Dashavidha pariksha)
Weekend 7- Sat/Sun Sept 17-Sep-18 (Manas and Meditation, Counseling)
Weekend 8- Sat/Sun Oct 22-23 (Ayurveda Home remedies support)

*Please note that the dates may be subject to change.
INTERNSHIP will be offered both Online and In-person starting Jan 1st, 2022.

Training Delivery Synchronous classes via zoom, and live stream, and asynchronous training via Canvas Learning management system, Slack, or Teams.

 

Title                                         Course ID     Hours      Lessons                   

Introduction to Ayurveda

AC 101

50

12

*Online (synchronous & asynchronous)

Ayurvedic Concept of Ahara & Agni

AC 102

50

18

*Online (synchronous & asynchronous)

*Workshop/Labs-In person and/or live streaming

Introduction to Tridoshas

AC 103

50

18

*Online (synchronous & asynchronous)

*Workshop/Labs-In person and/or live streaming

Introduction to Yoga Therapy

AC 104

40

9

*Online (synchronous & asynchronous)
*Workshop/Labs-In person and/or live streaming

Ayurveda Kriya Sharira (Workings of Mind Body and Spirit)    

AC 105

50

18

*Online (synchronous & asynchronous)

Ayurvedic Concept of Mind

AC 106

50

12

*Online (synchronous & asynchronous)

*Workshop/Labs-In person and/or, live-streamed

Ayurveda  Internship

AC107

100

12

*Online (synchronous, and, asynchronous)

*Intensive weekends in person

*internship on last Monday of  most months

Introduction to Ayurvedic Herbs

AC 108

50

12

*Online (synchronous & asynchronous)

*Workshop/Labs-In person and/or, live-streamed

Ayurvedic Nidan and Causative Factors

AC 109

50

12

*Online (synchronous & asynchronous)

*Intensive weekend in person

 11 Marma PK Mantra Chikitsa

AC 110

40

8

*Online (asynchronous)
Intensive weekend in person

Introduction to Sanskrit

AC 111

30

5

*Online (synchronous & asynchronous)

Jyotish and Vastu (Vedic Astrology)

AC 112

40

Total: 600 Hrs

6

Total: 142 Lessons

*Online (synchronous & asynchronous)

DISCLAIMER:

Please note that Ayurveda is not recognized by FDA, and remains a holistic health modality, recognized as a complimentary medicine in only some states in USA. Ayurveda and its practitioners are not meant to treat, diagnose or assess any disease