Foundation Training in Clinical Ayurveda (FTCA)

Description

Welcome to the Foundation Training in Clinical Ayurveda (FTCA), a comprehensive certification course that aims to provide a strong foundation in the principles and practices of Ayurveda. Whether you are a health practitioner, yoga instructor, or simply interested in learning about Ayurveda, this course is suitable for you.

Next Intake, 15 March 2024 – January/March 2025

Ayurveda is a traditional healing system that takes a holistic approach to health and well-being. Our course, led by respected practitioner Neerja Ahuja – Adv. Dip. in Ayu., Certified Yoga Teacher, Yoga Therapist, Diploma in Human Values – is designed to teach you the Foundations of Clinical Ayurveda so that you can use it in your practice or daily life.

By the end of the Foundation Training in Clinical Ayurveda (FTCA), you will have gained a comprehensive understanding of Ayurvedic principles and practices. You will be equipped with the knowledge and skills required so you can look after your own and your family’s health, or integrate Ayurvedic practices into your professional practice offering and your daily life.

Here are some of the key takeaways you can expect from this course:

  • In-depth knowledge of Ayurvedic physiology, disease processes, and pulse diagnosis
  • Understanding of herbal pharmacology and classical Ayurvedic texts
  • Knowledge of Ayurvedic treatments and physiological detoxification procedures
  • Ability to apply Ayurvedic principles to your daily life for better health and well-being
  • Ability to provide your clients with a more holistic approach to their health
  • Opportunity to claim the course hours as CPE through organisations such as ANTA and Yoga Australia for teachers with minimum 200 hours yoga teaching completed.
  • Access to experienced professionals in the field of Ayurveda
  • Recognition of professional development in Ayurveda if a health practitioner through professional associations may be available
  • Better understanding of emotional intelligence from an Ayurvedic perspective

Completing the FTCA will enable you to provide a more well-rounded approach to your clients’ health and help them achieve a balance of wellness in all aspects of their lives.

The course is suitable for health practitioners, including yoga instructors, medical doctors, and natural health practitioners, as well as anyone interested in deep learning about Ayurveda.

If you are a health practitioner, completing the FTCA will enable you to provide your clients with a more holistic approach to their health, helping them achieve balance and wellness in all aspects of their lives. You will also learn how to apply Ayurvedic principles to your own life, leading to better health and well-being.

Enrol now and gain the knowledge and experience that will prepare you for a successful career in Ayurveda. Take the first step towards enhancing your skills and expertise in this field.

Live Training with 7 Intensive sessions of two days each required on the following schedule:

  • Session one March 15-16 2024
  • Session two May 3- 4 2024
  • Session three June 28 – 29 2024
  • Session four August 9-10 2024
  • Session five October 18 – 19 2024
  • Session six January 17 – 18 2025
  • Session seven March 7 -8 2025 (if need be, depending on number of students)

Link here: https://ayurveda-awareness.thinkific.com/courses/foundation-training-in-clinical-ayurveda

Frequently asked questions

Who is this course suitable for?

The Foundation Training in Clinical Ayurveda (FTCA) is suitable for yoga instructors, health practitioners, medical doctors, and natural health practitioners, as well as anyone interested in learning about Ayurveda.

Who will be leading the course?

The course will be led by respected practitioner Neerja Ahuja – Adv. Dip. in Ayu., Certified Yoga Teacher, Yoga Therapist, Diploma in Human Values. Neerja has over 20 years of experience in Ayurveda, yoga, and natural therapies.

What topics will be covered in the course?

The course covers a wide range of key learning areas in Ayurveda, including Ayurvedic philosophy, principles, and practices; Ayurvedic anatomy and physiology; digestion and the importance of diet in Ayurveda; Ayurvedic herbal pharmacology; the Ayurvedic approach to disease processes and pulse diagnosis; Ayurvedic treatments, including Kaya Chikitsa and Panchakarma; the physiological detoxification procedures used in Ayurveda; classical Ayurvedic texts and their significance; the importance of daily routines and lifestyle habits in Ayurveda; and emotional intelligence from an Ayurvedic perspective.

What are the benefits of completing the FTCA?

By completing the FTCA, you will have a comprehensive understanding of Ayurvedic principles and practices, enabling you to provide a more holistic approach to your clients’ health and wellness. You will also learn how to apply Ayurvedic principles to your own life for better health and well-being. Completing the course will also help you and gain recognition for your professional development.

Course Category
Approved Professional Development coursesApproved Professional Development for Yoga Therapists
School
Ayurveda Awareness
Delivery Mode
Online - Self pacedIn-person at School
Location
Western Australia