Structure of Ayurveda courses


The basic structure of an AMN Ayurveda course is adapted according to triplet theory - practical applications - seminar.

The syllabus of the various Ayurveda course topics is structured on sections. These sections are usually covered in the weekly Ayurveda course system during a school year starting in September and continuing until July of the following calendar year. Depending on the choices of some participants, the pace can be adapted to the specific study possibilities. Emphasis is placed on a fruitful dialogue between lecturer and learners.

The first three years of the Ayurveda course provide the participants with a so-called first level of competence in Ayurveda, which corresponds in the system of general competence standards to level 1 of qualification, the basic level, which is called in Ayurveda the Ayurvedic practitioner level. This first level of qualification in Ayurveda includes basic aspects of knowledge of Ayurvedic constitutions and a number of related practical applications (Dosha-parkriti), aspects of shaping and beneficially adapting one's lifestyle (Svasthavritta), and aspects of Ayurvedic use of natural foods and medicinal plants, both Roman and Indian, in accordance with Ayurvedic principles and modalities (Dravyaguna). 

These three basic sections make up the syllabus of the first 3 years of study in the AMN-Romania Ayurveda course, so that their completion ensures the acquisition of the basic qualification in Ayurveda, totalling 360-450 hours of Ayurvedic study and practice.

See also: Disciplines and specialties of the traditional Ayurveda system studied during the AMN-Romania course