Understanding Ayurveda Correspondence Course
The correspondence course is fully accredited by the CMA (Complementary Medical Association - www.the-cma.org.uk) and successful completion will lead to the award of an Ayurveda Pura Academy Certificate. The workshop qualifies for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points.
This correspondence course is accredited by the Complementary Medical Association and contains 14 modules.
Each module will be emailed or sent to you separately.
On completion of each module, the student will complete an activity relating to that module and email it back to us. On successful completion of the activity, the next module will be emailed.
Most modules require approximately 4-6 hours of study. Total number of hours for study for this course is approximately 110 hours.
Students will receive a certificate of completion at the end of the course which will also include CPD points.
The student can take as much time as they want to on each module. The student will be asked to maintain a journal with observations for each module and activity competed.
An advisor is assigned to each student so that the student can get in touch with their respective advisor to clarify any parts of the course material and further guidance during the course.
- Introduction and history of Ayurveda
- Objectives of Ayurveda
- Understand and explain the main principles of Ayurveda
- Ayurvedic Anatomy
- Ayurvedic Physiology
- Health and disease in Ayurveda
- Diagnosis in Ayurveda
- Treatment in Ayurveda and categories Ayurvedic herbs and energetic
- Ayurvedic food and nutrition
- Ayurvedic lifestyle approach
- Treatment for women
- Treatment for men
- General treatment for everyone
For more details please call us on 0208 312 8383 or email at info@AyurvedaPura.com
|Product Name||Understanding Ayurveda Correspondence Course|
|Short Description||CPD Points available.|
|Note||It is not our intention or aim that on completion of this course students are competent to diagnose serious conditions and diseases, or prescribe remedies in serious illnesses. We strongly advice that people should seek the advice of a professional qualified practitioner|