Ayurveda Practitioner

SCOPE This hybrid program that prepares the student to prepare more comprehensive Ayurvedic diet, lifestyle, spiritual, and Ayurvedic Herbal formula recommendations to remove imbalances and restore health as defined in Vedic and other classical Sanskrit authorities in the Indian tradition.
(Available both in online only format, and, hybrid that includes in person internship and labs plus online classes)

Practitioners also practice health promotion by preparing custom-fit Ayurvedic dietary and lifestyle programs, detox and rejuvenation plans and herbal formulas for their clients. Compared to Counselor program, this program includes deeper instruction in Sanskrit; Vedic Astrology history, philosophy, and principles of Ayurveda, Ayurvedic pharmacology; herbal formulations for specific imbalances; foundation in Anatomy & Physiology related to Ayurveda, Ayurvedic Nidan & Cikitsa, Client communication; therapeutic modalities; Panchkarma detoxification theory and practice.

The Counselor can suggest ahara (basic diet) according to dosha and Lifestyle coaching. In comparison, the Practitioner can work with someone who has a chronic disorder and work with their acupuncturist, or, naturopath, or massage therapist to create a herbal recommendation, dosha, and coaching plan





Course Number

Course Title





Bhaishajya Kalpana



Synchronous and Asynchronous, Labs (onsite and/or livestreamed)


Panchakarma Planning



Synchronous and Asynchronous Labs (live and/or livestreamed)


Sanskrit for Ayurveda and Yoga Practitioners



Synchronous (online and/or inperson) and Asynchronous, Labs (online)


Ayurvedic Nidan for Specific Imbalances; Madhav Nidan



Synchronous (online and/or inperson) and Asynchronous


Vedic Astrology & Vastu



Synchronous (online) and Asynchronous, Labs (online)


Basic Anatomy & Physiology for Ayurveda Students



Synchronous (online) and Asynchronous


Introduction to Pathology for Ayurveda Students



Synchronous (online) and Asynchronous


Ayurvedic Pathya



Synchronous (online and/or inperson) and Asynchronous. Labs (onsite and/or livestreamed)


Introduction to Business








Synchronous (Online and/or inperson) and Asynchronous, Onsite and/or livestreamed/recorded



900 Hours

161 Lessons




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

Admission Requirements


Students must have the equivalent of an Ayurvedic Counselor 600 Hrs certification from Narayana Ayurveda and Yoga Academy, or, any NAMA reviewed school.


The minimum age to join this program is 18 years old before the first day of class.


Students must have a high school diploma with basic English language skills. This maybe a US or International High School English Language Arts with minimum 60% scores. Alternatively, if you did not have English in your high school, then TOEFL iBT® test taken within 2 years of date of application will suffice. Minimum acceptance TOEFL iBT® scores should be between 17-23 for listening skills, 15-21 for reading and writing skills. Speaking skills may be 10-17. Read more at https://www.ets.org/toefl and https://www.ets.org/toefl/ibt/scores/understand/

Equipment Requirement:

As this is an online course, Students must have a laptop or a desktop computer, a webcam, a headset, and, a reliable internet access with internet speeds upto 3.1 Mbps - 6 Mbps to participate in the distant learning online course. This will help the student keep up with class communications and access to research and study resources. Students do not need to buy or download any software. However, students may be required to download a FREE APP if they wish to login to live classes via their smartphones, or, tablets.

Computer Quiz

This is determined by an open quiz, a Computer Skills Test available below.

Alumni and existing students of Narayana Ayurveda & Yoga Academy applying to this program need not take the computer skills test.

• Personal Interview

A personal interview will be conducted with each student prior to acceptance as part of our selection criteria.

Ayurveda Internship

Ayurveda Internship for Practitioner students

(NOTE- All internship is taking online during the current situation until further notice.)

Internship options include 150 client encounters* in person in Austin, or via an externship. In addition, there is a community engagement requirement, as well as some theory portion as well as well.

Client encounters must be completed by the last day of the last term. Students are required to complete a minimum of 100 client encounters.
*The student bears the cost of airfare, hotel, and travel to Austin.

Online Client Observations: Students to observe Practitioners conduct an interview, discuss client records, and view client sessions as an observer of 25 clients and prepare reports based on their observation. Practitioner students may also buddy up with Counselor students and observe and peer review their findings, while they are proctored by the teachers. This is done in real time in person, and/or livestreamed online. If unable to attend, recordings are available. Only 50 clients can be observed online, rest must be in person if you are planning to take NAMA exam**

Internship in Austin: The second format requires active participation where students observe clients in person during an interview, may now conduct pariksas, and, interviews under the direct observation of their teachers. Students now fill out intake forms, and, may suggest lifestyle and herb interventions under the direct supervision of a Practitioner or a teacher. The internship happens in separate weekends in Austin. If you are planning to take the NAMA Certification board exam, NAMA may require you to attend this in person. If you are unable to travel, we also allow an externship option for students outside the USA.

Externship option for international students who cannot attend internship in United States may be available. The school may contact Practitioners and help arrange externship for international students only; however, the externship schedule and timing must be coordinated directly between the Practitioner and student.

Community Engagement As part of the internship, the Practitioner students are required to complete 50 hours in community engagement as part of AP 110 with any of the listed activities. The students can teach Ayurveda to the public, do activities for their local community, use Ayurveda to support and help others. The project can take the form of educating the public about Ayurveda, teaching some foundation Ayurveda classes as a teaching assistant underclass instructors, doing free seminars, talks arranged by the school for the community, visiting schools, yoga studios, conducting Ayurveda engagement activities for the youth, running an online Ayurveda book club and/or writing articles for the school blog. Students will obtain the permission of the faculty before embarking on their projects. The final research project will include writing a FINAL REPORT on how they used Ayurveda for community engagement.

Zoom- online preparation and discussion of client encounters with peers via zoom. Theory portion like ethics is done as a live online class
* Please note these 100 client encounters are in ADDITION to Counselor requirements. NAMA requires a total of 150 client encounters for Practitioners.

**If you are planning to take the NAMA Certification board exam in/after 2020, NAMA may require you to attend this in person


Client encounters are done in the following format
1. Observation:
A minimum of 50 in-person observation at our community clinic/internship at St Edwards University in Austin, Texas directly under teacher supervision. Those students who cannot travel watch and observe via zoom.
2. Observation follow-ups:
Follow-ups for the clients who have been seen in person is done via zoom directly under teacher supervision. Up to 3 follow ups may be done for one client, with teacher approval.
Before we send in all the ciikitsa protocols to the client we do a discussion of supervisor/students-each student creates different set of protocols-dietary/herbal/lifestyle-gets it approved by the supervisor and then we sent to the client. A zoom follow-up is done with client 4 weeks later, with students observing.
Within 4 months of program starting, students start becoming more active and are now in an active participant role but with supervision. An additional 50 client encounters are done by practitioner students in complimentary consultations/community clinics set up by Narayana Ayurveda at church/temples/herb shops/coworking places/ festivals. Counselor students observe them. These are done directly under a teacher supervision. Students give protocols then and there. There are NO follow ups as most clients are walk ins.
4. Discussion and feedback is given online or in person to students later on.
5. Towards the last 5 months of the program when we are sure students can handle clients, Practitioner students team up with counselor students and lead 50 client encounters in person and they are observed by either counselor students or new practitioner students. Counselor students help them practitioner students with paperwork like dosha test, typing up prototocols, creating client packet with herbs under their direct supervision. A teacher may be present but minimally observes and only interrupts if absolutely necessary. Follow-ups are done via zoom if needed. (Teacher is present if the client case is hard, if not, teacher may not be present for a follow up)


BK 101: Bhaishajya Kalpana 75 Hrs/17 Lessons
Pre-Requisites: Admission into the Seminar

Synopsis: Students shall learn the theory and principles of Ayurvedic Pharmacology and the creation of formulations for supporting the three doshas, the seven dhatus, and the srotas.

Lesson 1 Definition, Introduction, and Bhaiṣajya Kalpana Principles
Lesson 2 Energetics- Guṇa, Vīrya, Vipāka and Karma of herbs and Kalpanās
Lesson 3-Introduction to Pañca vidha kaṣāya kalpanā (five basic Ayurvedic formulations)
Lesson 4 Introduction to Ayurvedic Svarasa, Kalka (paste),
Lesson 5- Different Ayurvedic Kaṣāya (decoction),- Ayurvedic Phāṇṭa (hot infusion) and Hima (cold infusion);Puṣpa Varga (Flowers)
Lesson 6-Kalpanās with one, two, three, five and ten groups of herbs; Haritaki varga
Lesson 7 Design process, storage and labeling of Kalpanā; Guducyadi varga
Lesson 8 Anupana, Ayurvedic Salves and Aromatics (Karpuradi Varga)
Lesson 9: Ayurvedic Churnams, Vatis, Arishta and Asava, Sneha & Aveleha Kalpana
Lesson 10: Modaks, Ubatans, and, compresses
Lesson 11- Comparison of Western and Ayurvedic Herbs
Lessons 12: Common Western Herbs and Weeds
Lesson 13: Natural Body Care using Ayurvedic Herbs
Lesson 14: Contraindications and Indications
Lesson 15: Herbal Livelihoods
Lesson 16: Topical Kalpanas in Ayurveda
Lesson 17: Brhmanaa Shamana, Virechana preparations.

Grades-70% to pass.

I. Labs-Preparation of Herb kalpanās - 50%
II. Forum Discussions and Blogs - 20%
III. Quiz - 30%
IV. Group Project- Pass or Fail (No grades)

PK 102: Panchakarma Planning- 50 Hrs/12 Lessons
Pre-requisites- BK 101

Synopsis: Student shall be able to plan a Panchakarma Detoxification plan for three doshas, in fall and spring for three doshas, dhatu increase or dhatu decrease using the principles of brimhana, langhana, shodhana, and shaman
Lesson Plans

Lesson 1. What is Panchkarma; Panchakarma in the United States in Spa Setting
Lesson 2. Benefits, indication contraindication and Three stages of Panchakarma
Lesson 3. Shamana Plan using different cikitsa models
Lesson 4. Principles of Purvakarma—Preparation plans, pathya, and apathya
Lesson 6: Principles of Snehana, Agni dipana, and Pachana
Lesson 7: Principles of Vamana, Nasya Karma, VIrechana, and Neti
Lesson 8: Principle of Bastis
Lesson 9: Purvakarma, Paschat Karma, Post panchakarma planning for 10 clients
Lesson 10- Shirodhara, Nasya, Abhyanga, Vamana
Lesson 11- Pizhichil and Elakizhi and Netra Tarpana treatments
Lesson 12- Svedanam and Netra Tarpana

Grades 70% to pass

Creation of PK Plan – 25%
Practicum/Client observation-50%
Labs- No Grade (Pass or Fail)

SANS 103: Sanskrit-75 Hrs/20 Lessons
Prerequisites: Admission into the seminar

Synopsis Student shall gain a better understanding of the Sanskrit Language for their Ayurveda practice, understand Vedic knowledge and improve the Sanskrit language skills.
Lesson Plans

Lesson 1: Sanskrit Alphabet-Vrana karma
Lesson 2: Special verses from Ashtanga Hrdyam
Lesson 3:Pronunciation and Enunciation of verses
Lesson 4:Sanskrit Sandhi- roots to words – how words are made in Sanskrit
Lesson 5:Writing with Sanskrit Diacritics
Lesson 6: Ayurvedic Glossary
Lesson 7: Invocation Mantras
Lesson 8: Hatha Yoga Pradipika
Lesson 9: Gheranda Samhita
Lesson 10: Patanjali Sutras of Yoga
Lesson 11: Verses from Madhava Nidan
Lesson 12: Verses from Sharangadhara Samhita
Lesson 13: Verses from Bhava Prakasha
Lesson 14: Verses from Caraka Samhita
Lesson 15: Yoga Asanas and their meanings
Lesson 16 Introduction to Caraka Samhita-
Lesson 17- Mahabharata Stories
Lesson 18-Srimad Bhagavatam Stories
Lesson 19-Surya Namaskara mantras
Lesson 20- Introduction to Sushruta Samhita

Grades 70% to pass

Written Quiz-50%
Enunciation (Spoken) Verses-50%

NID 104: Ayurvedic Nidan for Specific Imbalances 100 Hrs/28 Lessons
Pre-requisites: BK 101

Synopsis Student shall learn Ayurvedic perspective on different imbalances mentioned in the Ancient scriptural text of Madhava Nidan.
Lesson Plans
Lesson 1: Ayurvedic Perspective on Jvara
Lesson 2: Ayurvedic Perspective on Hrda roga (Heart health & hypertension)
Lesson 3: Ayurvedic Perspective on Gridhasi (Sciatica);
Lesson 4: Ayurvedic Perspective on Krimi (pathogens)
Lesson 5: Ayurvedic Perspective Śītapitta (Urticaria)
Lesson 6: Ayurvedic Perspective on Arśa (Hemorrhoids)
Lesson 7:Ayurvedic Perspective on Sthaulya (Obesity);
Lesson 8:Ayurvedic Perspective on Prameha & Madhumeha (Urinary disease & Diabetes)
Lesson 9:Ayurvedic Perspective on Abdominal Gulma;
Lesson 8:Ayurvedic Perspective on Aśmarī (Urinary calculi)
Lesson 11:Ayurvedic Perspective on Pāṇḍuroga (Anemia)
Lesson 12 Ayurvedic Perspective on Galaganda (Thyroid imbalances)
Lesson 13 Ayurvedic Perspective on Hikkā (Hiccups)
Lesson 14 Ayurvedic Perspective on Stri roga (feminine imbalances)
Lesson 15 Ayurvedic Perspective on Śvāsa (Dyspnea/Asthma)
Lesson 16 Ayurvedic Perspective on Ojas disorders
Lesson 17 Ayurvedic Perspective on disorders of annavaha srotas
Lesson 18 Ayurvedic Perspective on disorders of mutravaha srotas
Lesson 19 Ayurvedic Perspective on Karna, Nasa and Mukha Roga (ENT)
Lesson 20 Ayurvedic Perspective on Vraṇashotha (Inflammation and swelling)
Lesson 21 Ayurvedic Perspective on Vatavyadhi rogas
Lesson 22 Ayurvedic Perspective on Shotha (inflammation &swelling)
Lesson 23 Ayurvedic Perspective on Shiro roga (nervous system imbalances)
Lesson 24: Ayurvedic Perspective on Vrana (injury, ulcers)
Lesson 25: Introduction to Madhav Nidan
Lesson 26: Introduction to Caraka Samhita
Lesson 27: Ayurvedic Perspective on minor imbalances
Lesson 28: Ayurvedic perspective on Visha (toxins)

Grades 70% to pass

Client Encounters-50%

JYOT 105: Vedic Astrology & Vastu 50 Hrs/14 Lessons
Prerequisites: Admission into the seminar

Synopsis Students shall study more advanced principles of Jyótisa, the traditional Hindu Vedic astrology. Study of sidereal system, the dashas, sub dashas, using astrology software, the twelve houses and their lords, and, learn to apply the system of Vastu to correct doshas of the land, geopathic stress. This course requires watching pre recorded lessons.

Lesson 1 Introduction to Jyotish
Lesson 2: The 12 Houses and zodiac signs
Lesson 3: Lagnas: Ascendant, Moon, relevant karakas
Lesson 4: The Vimshottari Dasha System
Lesson 5: Nakshatras
Lesson 6 – Divisional Charts (Vargas) & Transits (Gochara)
Lesson 8 - Review introductory vastu
Lesson 7 -Vastu for office
Lesson 8-Vastu for land
Lesson 9-Vastu for home
Lesson 10- Using a Compass in Vastu
Lesson 11-Geopathic Stress
Lesson 12-Outside Vastu Corrections
Lesson 13-Indoor Vastu Corrections
Lesson 14-Mock Vastu Client Encounters

Grades 70% to pass


AP106: Basic Anatomy & Physiology for Ayurveda Students 75 Hrs/12 Lessons
Prerequisites: Admission into the seminar

Synopsis: The student will learn the basics of human body systems and their correlation with Ayurveda system of seven Dhatus, srotas and doshas.

Lesson 1: Introduction to western anatomy vs Ayurvedic anatomy
Lesson 2: Homeostasis and Digestion: Ayurvedic Perspective
Lesson 3: Endocrine System and Ayurveda
Lesson 4: Uro-genital system and Ayurveda
Lesson 5 Ayurvedic Perspective on all the systems in the body, Tissues and Membranes
Lesson 6 Ayurvedic Perspective on Cardiovascular system and Lymphatic System
Lesson 7: Musculoskeletal system and Ayurveda
Lesson 8: Ayurvedic Perspective on Nervous System
Lesson 9: Ayurvedic Perspective on the urinary system
Lesson 10: Anatomy of Pain; An ayurvedic perspective
Lesson 11: Reproductive system of Humans; Ayurvedic viewpoint
Lesson 12: Respiratory system and Ayurveda

Grades 70% to pass

PATH 107: Introduction to General Pathology for Ayurveda Students 75 Hrs/20 Lessons
Prerequisites: AP 106

Synopsis: The students will learn some basic Hetus ( causes and effects) of certain disorders and imbalances from an Ayurvedic Perspective and correlate it to western etiology.
Weekly Lesson Plans
Lesson 1: Introduction to western pathology vs Ayurvedic pathology and Nidan
Lesson 2: Ayurvedic Perspective on all the causative factors of imbalance. Comparison with western causes.
Lesson 4: Ayurvedic Perspective on Cardiovascular pathologies
Lesson 4: Ayurvedic Perspective Endocrine and Musculoskelel pathologies
Lesson 5: Ayurvedic Perspective on Nervous System pathologies
Lesson 6: Ayurvedic Perspective on urinary system pathologies
Lesson 7: Ayurvedic Perspective on shula (pain) and Headache pathology
Lesson 8: Pharmacology in Ayurveda – Part 1
Lesson 9: Introduction to Lab reports
Lesson 10: Kriyakala and Dosha Gati
Lesson 11: Reproductive Pathologies
Lesson 12: Language of Medicine: Learning Greek and Latin roots
Lesson 13: Thyroid issues
Lesson 14 Hemorrhoids
Lesson 15 Skin Pathologies
Lesson 16 Pharmacology in Ayurveda – Part 2
Lesson 17 Pharmacology and Ayurveda- Part 3
Lesson 18- Acute imbalances
Lesson 19- Metabolic Disorders
Lesson 20-Chronic Disorders
Grades 70% to pass
Final project-20%

Ayurvedic Pathya AP108-50 Hours/11 Lessons
Pre-requisites: Admission into the Course

Synopsis: Students shall understand advanced Ayurvedic Nutrition Principles and be able to identify the correct recipes and ahara plans for dosha increase, decrease, dhatu kshaye, or vriddhi, as well as srota imbalances.

Lesson 1 Pathya for imbalances
Lesson 2 Detoxifying-Langhana Therapies and Recipes
Lesson 3 Brmhna-Tonifying Therapies and Recipes
Lesson 4 Ayurvedic recipes during imbalances
Lesson 5 Ayurvedic Apathya in a client care setting
Lesson 6 Bhava Prakasha-Krtanna Varga, Vari Varga,
Lesson 7 Bhava Prakasha-Shaka Varga, Amra Varga
Lesson 8 Ama in Chronic conditions in Vata, Pitta and Kapha
Lesson 9: Lipids and Lipid Tests
Lesson 10: Carbohydrates and Glucose
Lesson 11: Proteins

Grades: 70% to pass

Evaluation-Final Quiz: 70%
Lab-Cooking Practicum: 30%
Final Project: Pass/Fail (No Grade)

AP109 Introduction to Business 50 Hrs/11 Lessons
Prerequisites: Admission into the seminar

Synopsis: As Ayurveda grows in popularity in the US, the majority of Ayurveda seminar graduates choose to take an entrepreneurial role and open their own business. This 50 Hour module is especially designed to support the Ayurveda entrepreneur in the US with some basic business education. Real time and best practice lessons from existing entrepreneurs will enhance the student's knowledge.

Lesson 1: Introduction to Business and how it applies to Ayurveda
Lesson 2 Business Organization and Entity
Lesson 3: Managing, organizing your Ayurveda Business Structure
Lesson 4: Taxes. City codes & permits
Lesson 5: General Principles of Marketing and Case Studies-
Lesson 6: Website, Promotion, and Networking
Lesson 7: Case studies of successful Ayurveda business entrepreneurs
Lesson 8: Creating your own business plan
Lesson 9: Creating a website, marketing materials
Lesson 10: Search Engine Optimization: Campaigns online (Google Marketing)
Lesson 11: Networking and creating awareness

Grades: 70% to pass

Creation of Portfolio-30%

AP110: Ayurveda Internship 300 Hours/16 Lessons
Pre-requisites: Admission into the course

Synopsis: Ayurveda internship is designed to develop the knowledge, skills, and behaviors necessary for Ayurvedic clinical practice. Student interns will actively participate in client care while under the supervision of an ayurvedic practitioner in an office setting. Students will also engage in various other educational experiences, observe 50 client encounters, and in addition conduct 50 client encounters and submit written reports. Part of this internship takes place in person in Austin, Texas. For those who cannot complete the internship, an externship option is available.

Lesson 01 Observation, deduction, and reports of Hetus by using different parikshas.
Lesson 02 Ethics
Lesson 03 Demonstration of different parikshas
Lesson 04 Follow up paperwork and cikitsa protocols
Lesson 05 Buddying up and peer review for Counselor students pariksha and cikitsa protocols
Lesson 06 Rugna Patrakam- Intake form for Practitioner students
Lesson 07 Formulate Ayurvedic management and cikitsa plan incorporating nutrition, lifestyle recommendations, herbs, and/or Panchakarma suggestions.
Lesson 08 Yoga Therapy and its applications
Lesson 10 Demonstrate appropriate hygiene in the clinical environment.
Lesson 11 Demonstrate effective communication with diverse audiences
Lesson 12 Generate and maintain accurate and legible client records and history.
Lesson 13 Teaching Ayurveda to the community and students
Lesson 14 Organizing Community engagement events (online or in-person)
Lesson 15 Effective Follow up technique demonstration
Lesson 16 Effective use of time during a client encounter
Grades: Pass or Fail

(In-person or Online participation specified in the transcript)


SEMINAR LENGTH: 7 Terms of 10 weeks each. (16 months)

Grading Period: Every 11 weeks.

Grading Schedule: At the end of 11th, 21st, 31st, 41st, 51st and 61st weeks

Term #... .... Weeks ... ..... .. Course Units.... ....... ... Hours

Term 1    1- 10 weeks



Term 2    11- 16 weeks

PK102/ AP110


Term 2    16-20 weeks



Term 3    21-31 weeks

AP 106 /AP110


Term 3    21-31 weeks

Path 107 /AP110


Term 4    32-41 weeks

Sans103/ AP110

75/ 30

Term 5    42-51  weeks

Jyot105/ AP110


Term 6    51-54 weeks

Business/ AP110


Term 6-   55-60 weeks



Term 7-61-70 weeks



Class Schedule:
Zoom Online classes -
10 am CST Saturdays or
Fridays at 8 AM CST,
Wednesdays at 7 pm CST.


Last Monday of the month- 9 AM CST.

Saturdays or Sundays once every term

In addition, there will be 3-4 weekend intensives in Austin, Texas*. (Optional to attend, the event will be recorded or broadcasted via Livestream, or, Externship option)

All online quizzes, reading, final project, watching archived class recordings, and, assignments are done offline at a student's owns time. Classwork may be given like class-workbooks may happen during class times.

When can a student sign up? Student must apply at least 15 working days before the first day of class, or, as early as 2 months before the class begins. When admissions open, it is listed on the website.

Textbooks and Credits


A student may be given a credit for previous Ayurveda related education from a NAMA registered institute, for up to a maximum of 200 Hrs at the discretion of the school in the Ayurveda Practitioner seminar.


*Ayurveda and the Feminine, Monica B Groover, Copyright(c)2020
*Ayurvedic Perspectives on Selected Pathologies, Dr Vasant Lad Copyright 2002 by Vasant Dattaray Lad
*The Textbook of Ayurveda: Part 2 Vasant Lad. Copyright(c) 2003 by Vasant Dattaray Lad
*Yoga Therapy: Foundations, Methods, and Practices for Common Ailments by Mark Stephens, Copyright (c)2017 North Atlantic Books
*Essential Guide for Ayurveda: A Textbook for Counselors and Students, Monica B Groover Copyright 20 by Monica Groover
*Atuls Kitchen; Ayurvedic cookbook, Henry Groover, Monica Groover Copyright 2020
*Todd Caldecott-Ayurveda, Divine Science of life Copyright(c) Elsevier limited 2006
*Ayurvedic Medicine for Westerners: Pathology & Diagnosis in Ayurveda by Vaidya Atreya Smith, Copyright(c)2206 by Chowkambha Publications
*Ayurvedic Medicine for Westerners: Application of Ayurvedic Treatment by Vaidya Atreya Smith- Copyright(c)2206 by Chowkambha Publications
108 Sanskrit Flash Cards with CD By Nicolai Bachman, MA. MS, copyright© The Ayurvedic Press
School Manual BK101Copyright(c)2017 Monica B Groover
School Manual PK101Copyright(c)2015 Monica B Groover
School Manual AP108 Copyright©2018 Monica B Groover
School Manual AP109 Copyright©2018 Monica B Groover


Cost of Ayurveda Practitioner:

Tuition & Fees

• Full tuition is $4086 and may be paid in monthly installments (AT NO MONTHLY INTEREST).
• E-materials and e-books: $300
• Internship -702
• Shipping fee: Calculated by USPS shipping rates
• Application fees- $100
• Total - $5188

Tuition discounts are available if you pay in the full payment plan.
*Three weekend internship weekends for $240 each. For those who are planning to do an externship, this payment will NOT apply.

Full Tuition Upfront (10% Discount of $409 with full tuition payment.): There is a discount of 10% if full tuition is paid in full before the beginning of the course. All payments must be received on the first day of the month in order for the student to be allowed to attend class.

Monthly Payment Plan: An initial payment of $100 application fees, $300 for E-materials and $272.4 first installment must be received at least 5 days prior to the first scheduled class. The rest of the tuition is payable in 14 equal installments of $272.4 each. In addition, three installments of $234 for internship are due separately payable every in three installments. All payments must be received on the first day of the month for the student to be allowed to attend class. The credit card must be on file for flexible payments