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Ayurveda Practitioner Program (Level 2)

The Level 2 Ayurveda Practitioner (AP) Program focuses on in-depth knowledge of Ayurveda wellness Practices. The AP students will learn to restore the balance and harmony to achieve perfect health.

A level-2 program is more focused on learning the ancient art of healing.


Ayurveda believes that balance is health and imbalance is ill-health. For bringing the balance in the dosha (Bioenergies), it is important to understand the Vikruti (imbalance) state of dosha.

The Ayurveda Practitioner program is designed for giving in-depth knowledge in Vikruti state of Dosha, (Vikruti Vigyana), Ayurveda herbal science and pharmaceutics, Panchakarma  (Ayurvedic detoxification methods), bodywork, Marma points, Ayurvedic Rejuvenation and various Ayurvedic healing protocols for dosha imbalance management.


The program focuses on developing critical thinking skills in students for understanding imbalance in client’s dosha.  This training program also includes observing the Ayurveda consultations conducted by the faculty, followed by the students conducting consultations under the supervision of the faculty in a group setting. The curriculum sets aside dedicated time to focus on case study discussion and guidance.


Upon completion of this program, the student will be able to:

  • Apply a deeper understanding of doshic constitutional imbalance

  • Determine the vikruti of the client by utilizing Ayurvedic assessment methods

  • Apply their knowledge for in-depth history taking, body and mental analysis and Ayurvedic techniques in their Ayurveda Wellness practice

  • Design a complete healing plan to realign and bring back to balance the state of dosha creating a tailored imbalance management protocol



The prerequisite for admission to the Ayurveda Practitioner (AP) program is a completion of the Ayurveda Wellness Counselor (AWC) or an equivalent program. Students who have completed a program equivalent to the AWC from other institutions will be required to undergo an interview process to determine their competency in Ayurveda theory and practices.


Ayurveda  Practitioner (AP) program is of total 936 hours excluding peripheral 100 hours program.

The course content will be taught in 15 modules. This program has built-in internship opportunities to apply the knowledge and wisdom taught in Ayurveda practice.  

Classes are taught monthly, including 1 full Weekend (Sat/Sun 8:30 am-6:30 pm), 

1 online virtual class (Live) on a Tuesdays (6 pm-8 pm CT) and Monthly Webinars. 


Upon successful completion of the Ayurveda Practitioner Program,

you will be awarded an Ayurveda Practitioner Certificate.


Program Description


  • Vikruti Vignyan & Nidan Panchak (Ayurvedic Pathophysiology, Etiological Factors)


  • Dravyaguna Vignyan II (Ayurvedic Material Science II) & Bhaishajya Kalpana (Ayurvedic pharmaceutics)


  • Panchakarma II (Ayurveda Detoxification) and Marma Vigyana


  • Yoga Shastra II, Pranayama, Meditation and Rasayana, Vajikarna


  • Ayurveda Suksma Chikitsa (subtle therapies), and Ayurveda Research methodology


  • Kayacikitsā I to VII (Ayurvedic Wellness Solutions I to VII)


  • Internship


For additional information about the AP Program or to receive the Course Catalog, simply to request click HERE

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