The Bridging Ayurveda Certification Course

Ayurveda Bridging For Natural Health Professionals


Bringing Wholism Back Into The Science Of Natural Medicine!

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Do you feel you have lost authentic clinical skills that treat the person, not the disease?
Do you want to treat the ROOT CAUSE of disease?
Do you want to be part of the new growth in the Natural Medicine ‘wholism’ market?
The Graduate Ayurveda Certification Course bridges the gap between the modern natural health professional and their traditional roots. Rather than reinvent the wheel, the bridging course aims to be practical for the clinician, whereby they can integrate their new founded skills in Ayurveda with their current prescribing utensils and medicines.

“Ayurveda is the most sacred science of life, beneficial to humans both in this world and beyond”- Charaka

Testimonial – David H.

International Recognition & Collaboration

Ayurveda is the oldest and still the most complete form of wholistic medicine practised in the world today and through it TCM, Naturopathy, Western Herbalism etc as we know it, evolved.
The government department of AYUSH in India is bringing Ayurveda into mainstream recognition with its international initiatives in research, and through its wellness & prevention branding opportunities. This is a great opportunity for natural health professionals to not only harness the effective knowledge Ayurveda has to offer, but also build a solid wholistic practice that treats the person not the disease.

This is an opportunity for health practitioners to harness effective clinical  knowledge and build a solid wholistic practice but to build partnerships, research and be part of the wellness & prevention movement.

The Importance Of The Bridging Course?

Ayurveda is one of the oldest life-sciences known to man. It is a unified philosophy of healthy living, mind-body restoration and rejuvenation, spiritual wholeness and balance. All Life, including the human body, is viewed through the lens of the universal laws of nature, including the understanding that the body is capable of self-healing, given the correct environment. We can liken this to our modern day biochemistry of feedback loops and self-regulation systems.
Thousands of years of epidemiological evidence surround its diagnostic processes, philosophy, and identification systems to accurately describe a process, and then implement the appropriate remedy of action within a whole systems biology paradigm. Ayurveda describes all life through the Panchamahabhuta 5 element theory, similar to genetics (prakruti), epigenetics (vikruti) and patterns of cause and effect (doshas).

Ayurveda Bridging Is The Future For Natural Medicine

Ayurveda is the oldest and still the most complete form of wholistic medicine practised in the world today and through it TCM, Naturopathy, Western Herbalism etc as we know it, evolved. The government department of AYUSH in India is moving Ayurveda into mainstream recognition through its international initiatives in research and branding Ayurveda as the wellness & prevention model for healthcare. This is a great opportunity for health practitioners to not only harness the breadth of knowledge and build a solid wholistic practice but also to bridge partnerships, research collaboration and become part of the wellness & prevention movement.

Ayurveda trained practitioners are committed to understanding the principles of Ayurveda so that they can use this knowledge to both prevent disease and assist sick patients become well again. Furthermore, Ayurveda ancient texts tell us that it is the responsibility of the practitioner to educate each patient the basic principles of daily and seasonal routines, and dietary regimes so that patients become empowered to keep themselves healthy. This is the basis of prevention and wellness!
When a patient begins their health journey with a practitioner, they are often most interested in alleviating the symptoms of their condition. While many practitioners can do this, what makes Ayurveda unique is its emphasis on self-awareness. When people understand their constitution and how they relate to the world around them, they become empowered with the choice of how to live in harmony with their environment! The practitioner is the guide for this change. So this makes the practitioner and patient relationship a very important one!

 What Makes This Course Unique?

This course is specifically designed for the Natural Medicine Practitioner to bridge the current functional and biochemical knowledge with the time-honoured wholistic- systems biology approach of Ayurveda. The content written by Dr Amruta Athale, a physician of 20 yrs, is practical, specific for clinical practice and is authentic- refers soley to the original Sanskrit Ayurveda texts. What is able to be practised or ingested in developed nations, such as Australia, will be part of the curriculum. Alternatives to procedures or remedies, that cannot be prescribed in the Western World, will be given.

Your Australia contact and support is Ann Vlass of Helping Nature Heal (HNH.care).

What You Will Learn In The Bridging Course

1. Learn authentic Ayurveda theory and applications in diagnostics, therapies, remedies, procedures, and observation techniques- that you can integrate directly into clinical practice.
2. The principle theories of macro-micocosm dynamic expression of human and environment, pathophysiology of the body and its processes, mind and body interaction, importance of digestive fire (agni) and process for individual prescribing through understanding constitution/prakruti (genetics) and vikruti (phenotype expression).
3. How to prescribe daily and seasonal routines,specialied foods, spices, oils/ghees, and many remedies for the individual. Lifestyle, exercise/yoga, breathing practice, body treatments and more will also be learning objectives. All the therapies will be taught to match the individual person in both Disease care and Health management.

The Bridging Ayurveda Certification Course Outline

Module I – Clinical Importance of Ayurveda Basic Principles

Learning Objectives :
· Understanding pathogeneses on the basis of Ayurveda principles and their management with the help of specific regimens, diets, therapies, Yoga and herbs
· Management of abnormalities of digestion with help of food, lifestyle regimens, Yoga therapies and herbs

Topics covered :
· Clinical Anatomy and Physiology of Ayurveda · Details of Tridosha Theory
· Details of Tissue system · Details of different channel system for body elements
· Details of Digestion

Module II – Clinical assessment with Ayurveda

Learning Objectives :
· Assessing health and disease status on the basis of concepts of Ayurveda in order to recommend holistic and specific protocols for clinical scenarios

Topics covered :
· A through assessment of structural and functional aspects of human body by using different diagnostic techniques and assessment criteria.

Module III – Clinical dietetics

Learning Objectives :
· Designing specific diets for specific clinical conditions and for healthy people to remain healthy

Topics covered :
· Understanding basics of Ayurveda Dietetics and Pharmacology
· Principles, Laws and Rituals of food consumption
· Specific dietetic requirements for individual through different phases of life, through health and diseases.

Course delivery

* Weekly 90 min class session via Zoom – free online webinar app
* Admission to private Facebook (FB) group where you can ask questions during the 18 months of course time.
* Course notes emailed at beginning of each module
* No academic texts are required. References to the original Sanskrit texts are provided.
* At the end of completion of each module – you will receive 1 or 2 review classes
* 10 days of LIVE INTENSIVE TRAINING in Melbourne, Australia 9 am to 5.30 pm. All body therapies, diagnostic procedures will be covered.
* Study support groups will be set up to help students catch up – and summaries are provided to the FB group.

Elective modules in specialised streams (e.g. gynaecology, dermatology) are offered at the completion of course

Testimonial – Libby S.

Who should study this course?

The Graduate Ayurveda Certification is available to Natural Health Professionals who have undergraduate qualifications in either Medicine or Natural Medicine ingestion therapies.

Course entry requires proof of undergraduate qualifications (or current study) in the following areas:

*Naturopaths, Nutritionists, Herbalists, Homeopaths
*Osteopaths, Chiropractors, TCM/Acupuncturists
*Integrated Doctors

Your teacher Dr Amruta Ketan Athale BAMS, MD (Ayurveda), R.M.A.S. (U.S.A), C.A.P (Canada) is a physician trained in Ayurveda and Modern Medicine in a 8.5 year program in India under the Maharashtra University of Health Sciences. Being involved as Ayurveda Physician and Mentor, at the most reputable Ayurveda Hospitals, Clinics and Institutes for 17 years in India and internationally, she is able to provide real clinical skills to her renowned world-wide teaching methods.
Ayurveda is one of the oldest life-science systems that encompass all aspects of life, health, sickness, rejuvenation of body and mind, spiritual wholeness and happiness, using methodical and tested diagnostic procedures entwined with the language suitable to determine accurate prescribing of remedies. Old Natural Medicine systems, stem from the ancient Ayurvedic Sanskrit texts. Ayurveda is based on thousands of years of observational science and it still stands the test of time. Ayurveda is the most complete form of wholistic medicine practised in the world today.

Course Payment Structure:

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