The Ayurvedic Health Coach Certificate Programme’s objective is to enable and empower Allopathic Doctors, to provide their patients with personalised nutrition and healthy lifestyle advice, along with their regular routine practice and curative interventions. The Doctors will be trained with the necessary knowledge and guidance provided to adopt the natural approach of Ayurveda, together with their practice to create optimal health for their patients/clients.
ACADEMIC PARTNER FOR THIS PROGRAMME IS PARUL UNIVERSITY, GUJARAT, INDIA
Collaborating with a reputed University such as Parul University and its Faculty of Ayurveda, ensure a highest academic quality of the programme.
KKSAI’s panel of reputed and renowned Ayurvedic Academicians and Physicians together with the Ayurveda Faculty from Parul University, Gujarat, have put together a very comprehensive and application-based Ayurvedic Health Coach Certificate Programme which will focus on preventive, mind-body healthcare, and will be a 100% online, 120-hour ‘easy to integrate into a Clinician’s practice’ certificate programme, with the following core and elective modules:
- Foundation/Sanskrit terminology Module (optional)
- Constitutional Assessment (core)
- Ayurvedic Diet and Nutrition (core)
- Ayurvedic Daily Routine: Principles of biological rhythms and their effects on health (core)
- Finding balance within one’s body (core)
- Group Discussions & Tutorials (core)
- Guest lectures & Q&A Sessions with Ayurvedic Experts on specific topics such as Ayurvedic approach and managements of GI disorders, Cardiac diseases, Respiratory disorders, Gynaecological disorders and more. (additional paid electives)
- Practicals: 45 hours which includes, assignments, recipes, assessments etc
- Optional: 2-3 days attachment with an Ayurvedic Doctor in an ayurvedic centre/hospital (additional fee)
Pre-requisites: The student has to be a certified MBBS or MD in Western Medicine (practicing or non-practicing)
What do you get from the programme? Modern or Allopathic medical practitioners, will be able to provide integrative healthcare, advocate the use of evidence-informed lifestyle, complementary and traditional approaches combined with their prescribed medicines to provide an integrative approach. Integrative healthcare includes anything from lifestyle, yoga, ayurvedic massage, ayurvedic or herbal medicines (prescribed only by a certified Ayurvedic Physician) diet and nutrition and others, tailored to the needs of the individual.