This course is designed to facilitate the evolution of committed students into skilled Classical Ayurveda practitioners prepared to maintain a private practice. Studies are rooted in classical Ayurvedic texts, synthesized with contemporary Ayurvedic applications, and is comparable to the best Ayurveda educations in India.

Students entering this program must have a strong desire to immerse themselves in the traditional study of Ayurveda and will take on the Ayurvedic values of humility, personal integrity and service, and will come to embody Ayurveda in their daily lives and practice. Together we will create a community of ongoing support for each other and those with a passion for true and authentic Ayurveda, and work towards the ethical integration of Ayurveda into the West.

All of our faculty members are teachers at the university level and experienced clinicians in practice at Ayurvedic clinics for 10-plus years. Sanskrit is a major component of the foundational learning in all three years, and a working knowledge of Sanskrit terminology is a requirement for student’s satisfactory undertaking of the program. Reference to the classical texts occurs in both Devanagari script and in transliteration.

For more information call: 510.793.4000
Email Dr. Yash Mannur: yash@shubhamayurveda.com

Shubham Ayurveda
3606 Thornton Avenue
Fremont, CA 94536

 

2000 Hours Program
Offered at 3 Levels and completed in 3 years.

Year 1 First Level – 750 Hours – Classroom Hours – 550 (400+125+25)

  • Theory – 400 Hours ( 8 *modules )
  • Sanskrit Learning – 125 Hours (**)
  • Exams – 25 Hours
  • Online textbook reading – 100 Hours ( 50 Sessions )
  • Project and Case taking – 100 Hours

 

Year 2 Second Level – 750 Hours – Classroom Hours – 550 (400+125+25)

  • Theory – 400 Hours ( 8 *modules )
  • In-house Clinic – 125 Hours
  • Exams – 25 Hours
  • Online textbook reading – 100 Hours ( 50 sessions )
  • Case Presentation and Case taking – 100 Hours

 

Year 3 Third Level – 500 Hours

  • Third Year will be partially in India. 250 hrs of Theory will be taught here and 250 hrs of clinical and practical, final exam and graduation will be conducted in India
  • Classroom Hours – 500 (250+200+50)
  • Theory – 250 Hours ( 5 *modules )
  • In-house Clinic and panchakarma practical – 200 Hours (in India)
  • Final Exams and graduation – 50 Hours (in India)

 

*A Module consists of 50 hrs (32+18) and goes from Friday to the next Sunday:
32 hrs on 2 consecutive weekends (2 Saturdays and Sundays) – 8 hours per day from 9 AM to 6 PM with 1 hour break (8×4=32)
18 hrs on 6 weekdays from Friday till next Sunday – 3 hours per day from 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM (3×6=18)