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What you will learn:
  • Ayurveda - The Science of Life
  • The Fundamental Principles of Ayurveda
  • Ayurveda Energy Systems
  • Ayurvedic Constitutions
  • Pathways to Disease
  • Ayurveda Early Symptom Detection
  • Treating Disease with Ayurveda
  • Ayurvedic Diet & Optimal Health
  • Ayurveda & Taste
  • Lifestyle and Daily Rituals

Study Ayurveda Online Course: Find Your Life Balance, Learn the Basic Principles, and Important Concepts of Ayurveda

Our Ayurveda Online Course begins by exploring the origins and history of what has been called the science of life. Ayurveda is an ancient holistic therapy that sees health not so much as an absence of disease but as an expression of life. To practice Ayurveda is to find your balance in many facets of your life.

These Healing Online Courses also contrasts the practice with Western medicine. This approach helps to put the differences in approach and philosophy in context. While studying Ayurveda, you will learn the basic principles of Ayurveda and how to use them to translate the human condition, particularly when a person is suffering from some form of imbalance.

To fully understand Ayurveda’s power, it is necessary to understand how body energy is perceived by the practice. Then with this understanding, you can begin to appreciate how nutrients and mental stimulation is translated into the body’s cellular makeup.

What you will learn with our Ayurveda Online Course

      The Ayurveda Energy Systems, including the 3 Vital Force, the Nadis (Energy Channels), the seven Chakras

      Doshas otherwise known as Ayurvedic Constitution Types. These mind-body profiles fall into three categories – Vata, Pitta and Kapha.

      Disease pathways

      How to detect diseases early

      How to treat disease

      Living with an Ayurvedic diet

Our ayurveda course will help you learn ayurvedic practices and inculcate and ayurvedic lifestyle. The ayurveda certification will put you on the path to become an ayurveda health counselor in reputed ayurvedic institutes.

The ayurveda programs in our ayurveda school teach various aspects of Kerala ayurveda like ayurvedic diet to cure diseases.

Ayurvedic doctors are required to undergo ayurvedic health counselor program and get an ayurvedic health counselor certification and practice ayurvedic medicine. Our ayurveda courses contain advanced studies for ayurvedic certification and the academic calendar is designed to provide knowledge about integrated yoga therapy.


Who will benefit from the Ayurveda Course?

Written and designed with the Ayurvedic novice in mind these Ayurveda classes online are perfect for anyone who would like to apply these ancient practices to improve their overall health and wellness. The techniques taught in this course could also be used in conjunction with any existing therapies or practices that you currently use. The course is also a good starting point for people wishing to pursue further study in the area with a view to becoming an Ayurvedic Practitioner.

How you will benefit from the Ayurveda Course?

·       Our health counselor program teaches you the foundations of ayurveda training. Once they finish the course, ayurveda practitioners will get plenty of employment opportunities. For example, you can get a job as a health coach to provide integrative yoga therapy.

·       In this ayurvedic studies course you will learn ayurvedic principles that can easily be applied in daily life.

·       The courses provides a course catalog so you can see what you will learn inside the certification program.

·       The ayurveda learning program provides a conducive learning environment so you can get the most out of it.

·       The course provides you with knowledge on the wisdom of yoga which you can use to transform your life.

·       It will give you an introduction to ayurveda, yoga philosophy and teach you how yoga and ayurveda work side by side.

Ayurveda Online Course - Requirements

The Ayurveda Course is delivered 100 percent online 24/7 and takes 150 hours of study to complete.

To successfully complete this course, a student must:

      Have access to the internet and the necessary technical skills to navigate the online learning resources

      Have access to any mobile device with internet connectivity (laptop, desktop, tablet)

      Be a self-directed learner

      Possess sound language and literacy skills

Quick Course Facts

  1. Course content is structured for easy comprehension

  2. Approximately 150 hours of study is needed to complete the course

  3. Registered students gain unrestricted access to the Ayurveda Course

  4. All course material is available online 24/7 and can be accessed using any device

  5. Study online from anywhere in your own time at your own pace

  6. All students who complete the course will be awarded with a certificate of completion

Ayurveda Diploma Online Course Outline

Module 1: Ayurveda: The Science of Life

Part 1: The Origins of Ayurveda

In the Western world, Ayurveda is considered more of an “ancient practice” than a “science.” Ayurveda is not a “evidence-driven science” based on the ever-changing scientific data of contemporary scientists and scholars. It was created thousands of years ago in India and is founded on the idea that health and wellbeing are dependent on a delicate equilibrium of the mind, body, and spirit.

Topics to be discussed include:

      The Origins of Ayurveda

      Sushruta Samhita

      Ayurveda & Human Potential

      Introduction to Sanskrit

Part 2: 3 Ancient Discipline

The three ancient disciplines are Ayurveda, Yoga, and Tantra, with each ‘practice' helping man to attain prosperity, rejuvenation, and self-realization.

Topics to be discussed include:

      8 Primary Specialties of Ayurveda

      Samkya Philosophy

      Western Medicine vs. Ayurvedic Medicine

Module 2: The Fundamental Principles of Ayurveda

Part 1: The Fundamental Principles of Ayurveda

3 Energy States

According to Samkhya Philosophy, the underlying philosophy of Ayurveda, three states of energy, or 'consciousness,' were created at the birth of the world. The three energy states are referred to as ‘the Gunas,' which translates as ‘ropes that connect us to the physical universe.' The psychological constitution can be determined by one of these three states predominates in the mind.

      SATTVA GUNA (essence)

      RAJAS GUNA (movement)

      TAMAS GUNA (inertia)

Topics to be discussed include:

      The 5 Elements

      The 5 Senses

Part 2: The 20 Qualities

The 20 Qualities represent everything existing in this universe, both physically and psychologically. All a person hears, sees, tastes, smells, and touches is perceived by 20 distinct qualities or attributes.

Topics to be discussed include:

      Understanding the Human Constitution

      The 5 Elements Combinations that Form Doshas

      7 Constitution Combinations

Part 3: Defining the Tridosha- Vata, Pitta and Kapha

Understanding the three doshas is important for applying Ayurvedic concepts. The classification of body types into three doshas is peculiar to Ayurveda and has the ability to transform Western healing approaches. However, it is difficult to translate ‘the meaning' of the three dosha names into Western words.

Topics to be discussed include:




      Defining and Navigating the Srotas (body Networks)

Part 4: The Srota States

Topics to be discussed include:

      Normal Srota

      Hyper-functioning Srota

      Blocked Srota

      Hypo-functioning Srota

      Injured Srota

      The Srotas

Module 3: Ayurveda Energy Systems

Part 1: 3 Vital Forces

Ayurveda recognizes body energies subtly and manages nutrients and mental stimuli (thoughts) in such a manner that it translates into the molecular makeup of the body. It is yet another 'difficult' term to grasp from a Western viewpoint. However, making this relation is critical in order to fully comprehend the influence of Ayurveda.

Topics to be discussed include:

      3 Vital Forces




Part 2: Nadis: Energy Channels Explained

As per Ayurveda, the spine has 72,000 channels or nadis that radiate like a fine network. In Chinese medicine, they are referred to as "meridians." They bind at different points on the body to create powerful energy fields known as 'chakras.'

Topics to be discussed include:

      3 Main Nadis

      Other Principal Nadis

      7 Dhatus: Body Building Blocks

Part 3: 7 Chakras

Topics to be discussed include:

      The 7 Chakras

      Chakras and Emotions

      Pancha Koshas- The Invisible Coverings


Module 4: Ayurvedic Constitutions

Part 1: Ayurvedic Constitutions Types

The term for ‘constitution' in Sanskrit is prakruti, which literally translates as ‘first existence' and refers to the constitution embodied at birth. The entire Ayurvedic therapy scheme is focused on the ‘constitution' system and the associated experience of each individual mind-body state.

Topics to be discussed include:




      Physical Traits of the Doshas

      Physiological Traits of the 3 Doshas

      Psychological Traits of the 3 Doshas

Part 2: Evaluating your Ayurvedic Constitutional Type

Topics to be discussed include:

      Mental Constitutions (Behaviors)

      3 Attributes- Gunas

Module 5: Pathways of Disease

Part 1: Pathways of Disease

Defining ‘Disease’ According to Ayurvedic Medicine

According to Ayurveda, health is described as ‘harmony.' In other words, that is the quality of being 'free' of illness and pain. It refers to a state of 'normalcy and well-being.' According to Ayurveda, the entity is a real "reflection" of the cosmos. The term for health is 'order.' The word for disease is 'disorder.'

Topics to be discussed include:

      Disease Classification

      Proneness to Disease




      Agni- The Key to Good Health

Part 2: Emotional Disease

According to Ayurveda, health is described as ‘harmony.' In other words, that is the quality of being 'free' of illness and pain. It refers to a state of 'normalcy and well-being.' According to Ayurveda, the entity is a real "reflection" of the cosmos. The term for health is 'order.' The word for disease is 'disorder.'

Topics to be discussed include:

      The 3 Malas

      Discovering Ama

      Symptoms of ‘Ama’ Accumulation

Part 3: 6 States of Disease

Disease in the body typically progresses progressively over time. It is known as ‘samprapti' in Sanskrit, which translates as ‘the birth of suffering.' The influence of Ayurveda is evident in its capacity to cure disease at any point. Because of the causative causes, such as consuming a poor diet or eating inappropriate foods, each illness takes a specific path.

Topics to be discussed include:

      #1. Accumulation: Beginnings of Discomfort (Sanchaya)

      #2. Aggravation: Not Feeling Right (Prakopa)

      #3. Overflow: Circulation in the System (Prasara)

      #4. Relocation: Finding a New Location (Sthana Samsraya)

      #5. Manifestation: Symptoms Appear (Vyakti)

      #6. Diversification/Specification: Complications (Bheda)

      Lifestyle and Health

      Inner Wisdom

Module 6: Ayurveda Early Symptom Detection

In Western parlance, the term "diagnosis" refers to the detection of illness after it has completely manifested and the "symptoms" are visible. However, in Ayurveda, the term "diagnosis" refers to the ongoing control of the body's ever-changing relationship between "health" (order) and "disease" (disorder). The'symptoms' are regarded as a sign of tridosha imbalance. As a result, if the 'nature' of the imbalance is identified, balance can be restored by the appropriate 'treatment.'

Topics to be discussed include:

      Radial Pulse

      The Meridians (and the 5 Basic Elements)

      Tongue Diagnosis

      Facial Diagnosis

      Lip Diagnosis

      Nail Diagnosis

      Eye Diagnosis

Module 7: Treating Disease with Ayurveda

Disease happens within the body when the doshas are out of control, according to Ayurvedic principles. As a result, all Ayurvedic treatments include the restoration of the Tridosha equilibrium.

Topics to be discussed include:

      Emotional Release

      Pancha Karma

      Palliation (Shamana)

Module 8: Ayurvedic Diet & Optimal Health

Part 1: Ayurvedic Diet & Optimal Health

The most important aspect of staying healthy is establishing a healthy schedule, especially a sound, healthy diet. Aside from eating, it is important to engage in other beneficial habits such as yoga, breathing exercises, and spiritual rituals such as meditation. By incorporating all of these elements into a person's everyday routines, they will achieve fitness, peace, and pleasure in their lives.

Topics to be discussed include:

      How Flavor and Emotions are Linked

      Food & the 3 Energy States

      Sattvic Foods

      Rajasic Foods

      Tamasic Foods

Part 2: Food and the Gunas

Topics to be discussed include:

      Sattvic Food Examples

      Rajasic Food Examples

      Tamasic Food Examples

      Enhancing Digestion

      Bad Food Combinations

Part 3: Doshas and Diet

The ideal diet for a person's dosha will be determined by their simple constitutional form (vatta-pitta-kapha). It is the supreme test of the adage that "one man's meat is another man's poison," as what is beneficial to a kapha dosha can be harmful to a pitta dominant human. As a result, it is critical to adapt a person's diet to their relevant dosha constitution.

Topics to be discussed include:

      VATA Dosha Food Choices

      VATA Foods (Fruits)

      VATA Foods (Vegetables)

      VATA Foods (Grains)

      VATA Foods (Animal Foods)

Part 4: Pitta Dosha Food Choices

Pitta dosha constitution have qualities such as lightness, liquidity, sharpness, heat, and a mild oiliness. Pitta doshas benefit from foods that are nourishing, refreshing, and sweet. Pittas may have voracious appetites and must be careful not to overindulge in one sitting. Normal sweet, salty, and astringent foods can be eaten to maintain a healthy constitution.

Topics to be discussed include:

      PITTA Foods (Fruits)