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Our range of courses together constitute a comprehensive Ayurvedic education. There are many paths to choose from depending on where your interest lies, whether it is for personal growth or practice and how much time you can commit to your chosen route.

Whichever course you choose, the Ayurveda Institute UK remains committed to fulfilling its mission to raise awareness of Ayurveda for the benefit of the whole human community. We do this by making learning and practice as accessible as possible to those who genuinely seek this education, who as a result promise to be its greatest advocates.

Our courses are characterised by authenticity, vocational practice through our clinic, pioneering teaching strategies and technology and flexibility to allow you to mould your education around your life.

Practitioners & Therapists

The two main categories of qualification are as an Ayurvedic Practitioner or an Ayurvedic Therapist. Students can choose any of the courses to learn for their own personal growth and evolution without having to take any exams. In order to offer the most comprehensive practice and development, students can qualify in both categories.

Practitioners offer advice on nutrition, lifestyle, Ayurvedic remedies and medicines and treatments for the treatment of disorders. Therapists provide hands-on therapeutic treatments ranging from Abhyanga Marma Massage to specialised Ayurvedic treatments such as Shirodhara, Panchakarma and many others.

Ayurvedic Lifestyle & Nutrition (Dip): Level 1

Next course starts 14th September 2024 – One-year diploma

Qualify as an Ayurvedic Lifestyle & Nutrition Consultant. 

Learn Ayurveda from an in-depth and practical perspective and become part of a growing movement in complementary healthcare and allow Ayurveda to guide your personal evolution. Fully accredited course.

Intensive, vocational course offering more practicum than any other provider of Ayurvedic education to prepare students to practice and treat a wide range of disorders using nutrition and lifestyle advice; prescribing appropriate Ayurvedic herbal supplements; recommending treatment methods and offering home remedies.

Ayurvedic Practitioner’s Course (Dip): Level 2

September 2020 – One-year / 18-months diploma

Qualify as an Ayurvedic Practitioner. Taught in 11 immersion weekends, evening classes in Ayurvedic medicine and Sanskrit – in-class and via interactive, live-stream.

Building upon the knowledge and practice of Ayurvedic medicine from level 1, advance your practice to treat serious disorders and deepen your understanding of herbal medicine.

Fully accredited course.

Intensive, advanced course preparing students to practice at the next level. A phenomenal programme of expert tuition packed into 12 or 18 months for the student who wishes to dedicate themselves to learning Ayurveda at an advanced level. It represents the very best value and very best in vocational training. The course goes straight to the heart of treating disorders using the most effective and practical Ayurvedic methods drawing from the experience of decades of treating serious disorders in the West.

Ayurvedic Massage Therapy (Dip): Level 1

Intensive diploma course, accredited by the CMA. Comprehensively covers theory and practical training in major traditional Ayurvedic therapies

Uniquely, the theoretical and practical training is delivered exclusively by Ayurvedic physicians with decades of clinical practice and senior Ayurvedic Therapists who specialise in Panchakarma treatments, all practicing continuously in the well established Ayurvedic Clinic.

Perfect for those wishing to offer their clients authentic, therapeutic massage and specific focus on treatment of disorders

Integrative Ayurveda

Valuable, practical information for clinicians to apply to patients and themselves immediately using: nutrition, lifestyle, therapies, mindfulness

Who is eligible for this course? 

This course is open to all clinicians and therapists, such as Doctors, Pharmacists, Dentists, Nurses, students in any medical field, Therapists, Complementary Practitioners and Nutritionists.