Ayurveda Training In The Distance Learning Program

At CCA we recognize that not everyone has the ability to put their life on hold, pick up the family, and move to California.

This is especially true for international students.

With our Distance Learning Program, those limitations no longer have to hold you back from fulfilling your dreams of becoming a practitioner of Ayurvedic medicine.

What makes our Distance Learning Program the Gold Standard in ayurvedic distance education?

Highly Structured Program: This is not a loosely-administered, open-ended program that students may or may not complete. Instead, students must complete each module in a specified amount of time. This helps with student focus.

Standards: The program supports the same standards of education that are found in the classroom. Exams are the same as well.

Credit: Our Distance learning program provides you with the same credit toward your education as the classroom experience. Distance learning students merge with classroom students during the internships.

Support: Students will be assigned a graduate Master Teacher to oversee their education, keep them on track and answer academic questions.

Classroom Videos: Distance students have access to classroom video’s anytime they want to listen to instruction on a module. These are the actual raw classroom videos complete with student questions and teacher responses. While this is not a mandatory part of the program, many students utilize this resource to reinforce their learning.

Comfortable Pace: Distance learning follows a pace similar to our weekend program. AHC1 takes approximately 1 year to complete. CAS1 takes approximately 1.5 years complete. Internships are not included in these time frames.

Internship: These distance learning academic programs prepare students for internship. No on-site intensives take place prior to the internship training intensive. Internships can be performed onsite or offsite. Learn more about Ayurveda Internships

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Due to the power outage, the campus is currently closed. We expect to re-open 10/27.