Ayurveda CertificationAmerican Ayurveda School of Holistic Arts and Sciences

Ayurveda Certification – AASHAS (American Ayurveda School of Holistic Arts and Science) is glad to announce its first Authentic Ayurveda Holistic Health Coach Program, proposed to be accredited by AADP (American Association of Drugless Practitioners), in Midtown Manhattan, right in the heart of New York City, starting August 2018. The course will extend over a period of ten months and 300 hours in total, ending in June 2019.

Classes will be conducted one weekend every month in our Midtown Manhattan location. Each weekend session will be followed by a mandatory exam.

All students will be offered 20 hours of mentorship with the mentor of their choice throughout the program. Also all students will be given 30 hours of hands on training with the clients, gemstones and yoga teachers. Students will have to complete 10 case studies (20 hours) before the completion of the program to get the Certification.

All students who are interested in further learning the art/science of Panchkarma will be offered a chance for a trip to India for a three week Panchkarma session at a very special price.

Students will also get 20% discount on all products, services and other classes offered by American Ayurveda during the duration of the course.

For more details regarding the course, please Register here.

Ayurveda Holistic Health Coach

Course overview

Topics covered include

  1. Understanding Ayurveda, Origin of Ayurveda, History of Ayurveda

In this class students will learn

  • What is Ayurveda
  • Various definitions of Ayurveda
  • The main texts and authors
  • The divine origin of Ayurveda
  • The ancestry
  • The amazing history
  • Journey of Ayurveda through centuries.
  • Sankhya, Vaisheshik theory of origin of Ayurveda
  1. Anatomy

In this class students will learn

  • Human Anatomy- Western view (identifying bones, tissues, organs and learning their functions and placement).
  • Human Anatomy- Ayurvedic view (co-relating western names with Ayurvedic names to better understand the original texts).
  1. Physiology

In this class students will learn-

  • Western Physiology- working of organs and systems and western terminology
  • Ayurvedic Physiology- co-relating the organ and system functioning with the Ayurvedic terminology and overview.
  1. Ayurvedic Concepts

In this class students will learn

  • The three humors- Tridoshas- Vata, Pitta, and Kapha
  • Five elements- Earth, Water, Fire, Air and Ether
  • The three main Gunas- Sattva, Rajas, Tamas
  • The fifteen Subdoshas
  • Prakruti – the body type
  • Vikruti- Imbalance
  • The three Malas- Mutra, Purish, Sweda
  • Different types of Testing/ Parikshas- Trividh, Astavidh, Dashvidh
  • Twenty Gunas
  • Dhatus and Kalas
  • The six Rasas
  • The four pillars that sustain health- Sleep, Digestion, Elimination and Purification.
  1. Dinacharya and Ritucharya

In this class students will learn-

  • Dinacharya- daily routine for maintaining health and well being.
  • Ritucharya- seasonal routine depending on the change in seasons that affects our diet, habits and life style.
  1. Herbology – Part 1

In this class students will learn-

  • Importance of herbs
  • Energetics of herbs
  • Rasa, Guna, Virya, Vipaka
  • Classification of Herbs
  • Groups of herbs- for skin, hair, digestion, sleep and more
  • Property of spices
  • Toxic food combinations
  1. Diseases, Organs and systems involved, Pathophysiology of diseases

In this class students will learn-

  • Classification of diseases based on organ systems
  • Signs, symptoms and stages of a disease
  • Changes in the organs, structurally and functionally in a disease stage
  1. Herbology- Part 2

In this class students will learn

  • Twenty spices, their energetics and working
  • Twenty commonly used herbs, their energetics and working
  1. Different healing Modalities in Ayurveda

In this class students will learn-

  • Marma points
  • 7 Chakras
  • Importance of Yoga
  • Meditation
  • Massage therapy
  • Sound healing
  • Aromatherapy
  • Color therapy
  • Gemstones and Astrology
  1. Detoxification

In this class students will learn

  • Panchkarma
  • Basics of Ayurvedic cooking
  • Making Ghee
  • Making Khichari
  • Understanding nutritional values
  • Reading and understanding a label
  • Getting ready to practice

Classes will be held from 8am to 6pm at our Midtown Manhattan location

Course Schedule

Dates Month Topic
18th and 19th August 2018 Understanding Ayurveda, Origin and History
1st and 2nd Sepetmeber 2018 Anatomy
20th and 21st October 2018 Physiology
24th and 25th November 2018 Ayurvedic Concepts
15th and 16th December 2018 Dinacharya / Ritucharya
12th and 13th January 2019 Herbology – I
9th and 10th February 2019 Organ Systems, Diseases, Pathophysiology
9th and 10th March 2019 Herbology Part II, Herbs and Spices
20th and 21st April 2019 Yoga, Meditation, Gemstones and Sound Healing
18th and 19th May 2019 Panchkarma Clinicals, Preparation for Practice

Course Fee:

The fee for the course is $4,300
$300 Discount if Paid in full before the beginning of the course
Payment plans available
Call 212-202-0225 for more information or email us at americanayurveda@gmail.com

Pay your non refundable registration Fee for the AAHHCC Program by Clicking here

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