Ayurvedic Studies Level 2: Clinical Ayurvedic Theory

Advanced ayurvedic course

Teaching Mary605 additional hours
1,204 total hours

 This level of academic training is a prerequisite for our practical, hands-on internships in preventative ayurvedic medicine and clinical ayurvedic medicine leading to practitioner certification as either an Ayurvedic Health Practitioner or a Clinical Ayurvedic Specialist.

Curriculum

Students will study the classical and modern interpretations of the management of each system of the body and related diseases from an Ayurvedic perspective. Students perform projects and work with case studies as part of the learning experience. The program integrates extensive additional study of herbal medicine and practice designing herbal formulations. This program includes additional training in diagnostics and panchakarma theory. 

Prerequisites

Students must have successfully completed Level one of our program along with a Western Anatomy and Physiology course.

Grass Valley

Locations

This program is offered at our Grass Valley/Nevada City (Northern California) location and is also broadcast live over the internet for viewing anywhere in the world. This program may also be completed through Distance Learning (see Ayurveda Online)

Formats

This program is offered in the following formats: Full-time, Weekend (Nevada City), and online ayurvedic training in the Live internet program and distance learning program.
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Tuition

Please see our Ayurveda education catalog

Students who have completed this program are encouraged to continue into our level 3 and 4 Ayurveda internship programs. These programs lead to practitioner certification as either an Ayurvedic Health Practitioner or Clinical Ayurvedic Specialist.

Overview of the Level Two (C.A.T.) program.

Dr. Halpern discusses the Level Two program and answers questions about it.