Association of Ayurvedic Professionals of North America (AAPNA)

The founding of AAPNA began as a discussion amongst Ayurvedic professionals in 2002. We wanted to create a community of Ayurvedic professionals with the common goal of growing the presence of Ayurveda in integrative health care. AAPNA incorporated in December of 2007, as a non-profit 501(c)(6) corporation in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, USA; it has since grown to unite Ayurvedic and integrative medicine health professionals, students, academic institutes, and corporations throughout North America and internationally.

Council for Ayurveda Research (CAR)

The Council for Ayurveda Research has been founded with the vision of establishing and promoting Ayurveda as an evidence based medical science. One of the main goals of CAR is to encourage and facilitate research practices among Ayurvedic practitioners.


National Ayurvedic Medical Association (NAMA)

The National Ayurvedic Medical Association represents the Ayurvedic profession in the United States of America. The organization’s purpose is to provide leadership within the Ayurvedic community and to promote a positive vision for Ayurveda and its holistic approach to health and wellness.

Satya Ayurveda Trust (SAT)

Satya Ayurveda Trust (SAT) is an independent, non-government and a not for profit organization.

The main objective of SAT is to provide education and a standard for the practice of Ayurveda as it is employed internationally in health spas, centres, clinics and hospitals, to ensure its safe, authentic, and effective use.