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• Complete and accessible online training
• Certified by four international accreditation bodies
• Downloadable PDF & audio modules
• Unlimited and lifetime access
• Work at your own pace, from your computer, tablet, or mobile
• Access to a private forum
• Option to pay in 2 installments
• 30-day money-back guarantee

Ayurveda: a gentle and natural medicine

Ayurveda, officially recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO), allows millions of people worldwide to be healthy and live in harmony with their bodies and their environment.

If we were to translate Ayurveda, we could use these three words: Science of Life (or Science of Longevity.)

A practice that nourishes both body and mind

Ayurveda is, above all, a state of mind, wisdom, and principles acquired thousands of years ago and passed down from generation to generation. Originally from India, Ayurveda is based on the principle of balance and uniqueness. The individual is taken in his entirety, that is to say, in his bodily, mental, and spiritual dimensions. What is sought is both internal and external balance.

Everyone is considered unique, with a natural background that cannot be found in anyone else. Therefore, with Ayurveda, there is no miracle cure, no magic pill. Each action, each therapeutic solution suggested depends not only on the individual as he is but also on the imbalance which may affect him at any given moment.

Why become an Ayurveda practitioner?

To begin a learning process in Ayurveda is to learn a natural, non-invasive, non-medicinal practice that is respectful of the individual. It supports the various cognitive functions, strengthens the immune system, and slows down the aging process.

In this spirit, Ayurveda seeks remedies in what is called universal medicine or natural pharmacopeia. We find in nature that which makes it possible to restore, daily, the imbalances from which we suffer: oils, plants, respect for cycles…

Learning to accompany with Ayurveda means mastering all the disciplines that compose it. Besides the food dimension, Ayurveda includes the science of plants, the practice of meditation, various massages, and detoxification cures, breathing techniques, or the repetition of mantras.

What will you learn in this training?

Our Ayurveda practitioner course will allow you to acquire, at your own pace, all the fundamental principles of Ayurveda.

Through many practical exercises, you will learn to identify the different Ayurvedic profiles. You will also learn how to conduct a personalized interview, spot imbalances, and carry out a personalized and precise diagnosis.

You will use the pulse, face, tongue, or eye exam to do this. You will then learn how to set up a treatment including detoxification of the body, an individualized diet, the practice of specialized massages or self-massages, and the recommendation of a daily routine.

Who can benefit from the Ayurveda practitioner course?

The Ayurveda practitioner training that we offer is open to all without any diploma, training, or professional experience prerequisites.

This is an excellent opportunity for those who already practice a holistic discipline (practitioner in meditation, wellness massages, yoga, naturopathy, etc.) or professionals (dieticians, social workers, etc.) to acquire a new qualification and extend their range of supportive care.

The training is also aimed at those who, without a professional objective, wish to acquire the skills and knowledge to support their relatives and friends in a healthier and more natural approach to life.

How will the training take place?

Once registered on the training platform, you have immediate access to all 18 modules. Each module is available in downloadable PDF and audio format and includes both theory and practice.

A quiz at the end of each lesson, allows you to evaluate your knowledge. Once all the modules have been studied, you can take the final exam. 80% correct answers will allow you to obtain your certification. If you fail, you can retake the test at no additional cost.

You can also participate in the forum for exchanges and discussions with other students and the trainers if you have questions or trouble with certain concepts.

Study at your own pace, without time constraints or deadlines.

We all have family, professional, or social obligations, and time is often scarce. Therefore, we wanted to allow you to access lessons at your own pace, based on your availability. You study how and when you want.

Our only goal is for you to be successful in your learning process. Therefore, you will have unlimited and permanent access to all the educational materials for each module.

Become an Ayurveda practitioner!

Just as with time limitations, financial considerations can be a barrier. Ayurveda training is often offered in the form of seminars, and on weekends which are spread out over time, at sometimes very prohibitive prices of over 2,000 dollars. Others, although more accessible, also have time constraints and fixed dates.

On the other hand, we are committed to making this comprehensive and fascinating certifying training available to as many people as possible.

In this spirit, we are offering the Ayurveda practitioner course for a limited period for 
$195 (USD) a value of $550, with the option of paying in 2 installments.

Please note that once your registration is complete, you also have a 30-day no-questions-asked money-back guarantee, which allows you to change your mind and obtain a full refund.

Access your training now

• Certificate of Ayurveda Practitioner
• Complete and accessible online training 
• Certified by four international accreditation bodies
• Downloadable PDF & audio modules
• Unlimited and lifetime access
• Work at your own pace, from your computer, tablet, or mobile
• Access to a private forum
• Option to pay in 2 installments
• 30-day money-back guarantee
Only $112 (USD) for two months, or $195 (USD), a $550 value

Detailed Course Content

Click on the title of the modules to discover the content of the course.

This first module presents Ayurveda’s philosophy. We will also discuss important concepts to understand the rest of the course.

In this section, you will discover :

  • The definition of Ayurveda
  • Its fundamental principles
  • The state of health and of illness
  • The five elements
  • The three doshas, that is to say, the vital energies responsible for all physiological and psychological processes
  • The seven constitutions
  • The 20 characteristics of an Ayurvedic treatment

This module will introduce you to the six flavors found in nature. Then it will discuss in detail the doshic constitutions and their characteristics.

In this section, you will discover :

  • The six flavors or Rasas (sweet, sour, salty, pungent, bitter and astringent)
  • The properties of the 6 Rasas
  • The composition of food
  • The characteristics of individuals
  • The dual constitutions
  • The test of doshic constitution which makes it possible to determine the energies and qualities of a person as well as his or her tendency to become ill or to remain in good health

This module will present the human body as a “living organism” and break down its functioning point by point.

In this section, you will discover:

  • Agni, or the digestive fire, whose primary function is the digestion, absorption, assimilation, and transformation of food
  • The malfunctions of Agni
  • Malas, or body waste
  • The 7 Dhatus, that is to say, the tissues forming the human body
  • The relationship between the Dhatus
  • Ojas, the life force at the base of the immune system
  • Prana, the vital force corresponding to the Chinese Qi
  • Tejas, the vital force connected to the metabolism

In this module, we will see that the human body is filled with vital energy that comes into contact with all the energies around us.

You will discover in this section :

  • The 5 Koshas, that is to say, the five body sheaths
  • The relationship between the physical body and the subtle bodies
  • The perception of the energies
  • The three parts of the brain
  • The three essential Nadis, or energy channels of the body
  • The neuro-respiratory integration exercises called Pranayama
  • The chakras, or points of entry and exit of energy

In this module, we will discuss Ayurveda’s understanding of disease. We will also learn how to detect health problems and recommend a care protocol.

You will discover in this section :

  • The six stages of disease
  • The observation of urine and stool
  • The physical examination
  • The radial pulse
  • The examination of the tongue
  • The examination of the face
  • The examination of the nails

This module covers everything that surrounds a body detoxification program. We will learn in particular what a detox cure is, when to recommend it, how to conduct it, or how to end it.

In this section, you will discover :

  • The detailed protocol of the Panchakarma detoxification cure
  • Indications and contraindications
  • The intentionality form
  • The five therapies of the Panchakarma cure
  • The practical application of the cure
  • The aftercare
  • The making of ghee

According to Ayurveda, most diseases come from the accumulation of toxins in the body. We will learn that there are herbs in nature capable of detoxifying the body.

In this section, you will discover :

  • The role of Ama, or toxins, in the diagnosis
  • The types of Ama
  • The free radicals
  • The factors in the formation of free radicals
  • The search for balance
  • The antioxidants
  • The Rasayanas or ayurvedic herbal treatments

Diet is seen as one of the pillars of health. Ayurveda does not recognize “good nutrition” as such, but instead considers several good ways of eating, depending on the dosha or dominant constitution of the patient.

In this section, you will discover :

  • Dietary advice
  • Special foods
  • Ayurvedic recipes
  • Why the way we eat is as important as what we eat
  • How the flavor of a food determines its nutritional value
  • How to eat for health
  • Why the dosha determines the food suitable for each individual
  • Why Ayurveda recommends vegetarian diets

This module deals with another essential lifestyle habit for health, namely physical exercise. We will see again that the dosha is decisive in the choice of an exercise routine. We will also discuss the role of meditation.

In this section, you will discover :

  • Physical activity
  • The 50% goal
  • The importance of moderation
  • When to exercise, and when not to exercise
  • Why individual differences should be taken into account
  • Neuro-muscular integration
  • Neuro-respiratory integration
  • Meditation tips
  • Ayurvedic exercises

This new module will introduce the basics of an Ayurvedic routine. It is essential to follow a routine because the pace of life (and sleep) represents the second pillar of health.

In this section, you will discover :

  • General advice to have a good day
  • Time in Ayurveda
  • The importance of time for digestion
  • The importance of time for physical activity
  • An example of a morning routine
  • Why it is important to follow an Ayurvedic routine

This module focuses on the evening routine, because just as it is important to start the day well, it is important to finish it well. We will then learn how to formulate a routine according to the seasons.

In this section, you will discover :

  • Why it is important to slow down in the evening
  • The technological detox
  • How to prepare the environment
  • An example of an evening routine schedule
  • Dry brushing
  • The self-massage
  • Nasal lubrication with oil
  • The three seasons
  • The transition between the seasons

This module will present a very important care in Ayurveda: the massage. We will cover the main massages in detail.

In this section, you will discover :

  • Abhyanga, massage or self-massage with oil
  • Karna Purana, or massage of the ear canal with hot oil
  • Udvartana, a massage technique using powder or paste made of herbs
  • Shirodhara, a flow of oil on the forehead
  • Vishesh, dynamic and deep massage appreciated by athletes
  • Lepa, facial beauty massage
  • Padabhyanga, foot massage
  • Garshana, dry massage using a glove

In this module, we will discuss the different ways of improving the Ayurvedic massage, by studying in particular how the energies circulate and accumulate in the human body.

In this section, you will discover :

  • The Nadis, that is to say, the subtle currents of the body
  • The three main Nadis
  • How to treat the Nadis
  • The Marmas, or pressure points of the body
  • The methods of treatment
  • The essential oils in Ayurveda
  • The oils adapted to each dosha

In this module, we will discuss sexuality, the last pillar of health, according to Ayurveda. We will see how to take care of it in everyday life, as well as to conceive a child.

In this section, you will discover :

  • The reproductive tissues
  • Ayurvedic recommendations to derive benefits from sex
  • The negative impacts on health
  • The contraindications to sex
  • The period
  • The criteria for a healthy conception
  • Care for fertility

Pregnancy is a special moment in a woman’s life. This new module will teach you how to follow a patient from the beginning of her pregnancy, until after childbirth.

In this section, you will discover :

  • The recommended physical exercises for pregnant women
  • The self-care during pregnancy
  • Garbhini Paricharya, or the routine of the pregnant woman
  • Imbalances during pregnancy
  • Garbhvati, the massage of the pregnant woman
  • Childbirth
  • Postpartum care

This module addresses care during childhood. You will learn how to guide parents to provide a healthy foundation for their children’s development.

In this section, you will discover:

  • Why Ayurveda is recommended for children
  • Stress and meditation
  • Discipline
  • How to maintain balance while eating
  • How to identify imbalances
  • How to recognize a baby’s Dosha
  • How to recognize a child’s Dosha
  • How to recognize a child’s Dosha
  • How to deal with differences

This module covers child-friendly routines. It also presents a whole range of childhood diseases and offers natural solutions to fight and prevent these diseases.

In this section, you will discover:

  • The evening routine
  • The daily routine
  • Shantala, or massage of the newborn
  • Sleep disorders
  • Homework
  • Seasonal routines
  • Physical exercises to strengthen health
  • What to do when a child is constantly sick
  • How to treat common childhood illnesses

This last module explains how to follow a patient, from the first session where you establish his Ayurvedic profile, until the following sessions. Finally, you will test your knowledge with various case studies.

In this section, you will discover :

  • The ayurvedic assessment
  • The detailed physical examination
  • The oral interview
  • The duration of the first session
  • The following consultations
  • 10 case studies
  • How to devise a care plan
  • How to follow up with a patient

After passing the final exam, which you can retake for free, if you fail, you can immediately get your printable certificate

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Access your training now

• Certificate of Ayurveda Practitioner
• Complete and accessible online training 
• Certified by three international accreditation bodies
• Downloadable PDF & audio modules
• Unlimited and lifetime access
• Work at your own pace, from your computer, tablet, or mobile
• Access to a private forum
• Option to pay in 2 installments
• 30-day money-back guarantee
 Only $112 (USD) for two months, or $195 (USD), a $550 value


Our courses are accredited by the IPHM (International Practitioners of Holistic Medicine), ICAHP (International Compliance Assurance for Holistic Practitioners),  CMA (The Complementary Medical Association) and the Centre of CPD Excellence, which means that they are recognized internationally. They were created by professionals rigorously selected for their skills and their thirst for sharing. The information and practical exercises they contain will allow you to move towards your goal, whether personal or professional.