Ayurveda Panchakarma Therapist course

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Panchakarma is the classic Ayurvedic process of detoxifying the body inside and out using a combination of massage, medication and diet. It is highly effective in treating weakness as a result of a busy, stressful and toxic lifestyle. Panchakarma can reverse these negative effects by cleansing your body of toxins, bringing balance into your system and improving bodily function. Learning this course will help you to gain an indepth understanding of the panchakarma procedures and ayurveda. This Course prepares you to become the recognized Ultimate Ayurvedic panchakarma Therapist. You will be expert in the art and science of authentic Ayurveda panchakarma procedures, together with anatomy and physiology and professional conduct and business awareness, which will prepare you for success in the industry of Complementary Therapies.

This course is  designed for  professionals  interested in alternative medicine, medical practitioners,  non - medical practitioners, dieticians, Therapist with Level 3 in anatomy and physiology, dietary assistants, physiotherapists and Yoga teachers who are interested in widening their professional and personal competence. Participation in all sessions is required to complete the course sucessfully.

This course comprised of 150 hours of theory classes and 250 hours of practical training.
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How will you be assessed?

A range of assessment methods will be used including:

Observation and practise of therapy skills

Oral questioning

Written evidence

Completion of 20 case studies plus a theory test.

Who conducts the course?

Our expert resident Ayurvedic consultants will conduct the courses. There are different tutors for different specialities and our qualified Ayurvedic therapists are on hand for demonstrations.

Is there an examination fee?


Are there any additional requirements?

Prior knowledge in anatomy and physiology is must.

Reading materials – each participant will be given a manual of course notes at the commencement of the course.

Dress code – it is essential that a suitable outfit and shoes are worn on the course.

Am I getting any Certificate?

Successful Canditates will be awarded a Certificate of completion in Ayurveda panchakarma therapist course by Ayuspa accrediated  by CMA. (Complementary Medical Association)


Is the Course accrediated?

Yes, Our course is accrediated by CMA.


What are the timings?

Three classes a week,  twice  on a weekday and once on the weekend. Each session will be 4 hours long with one 20 minute break.

What is the total price for course?

The cost for the Ayurveda panchakarma therapist Course is £1750.


Practical Sessions:
Participation in  all Practical  training in Panchakarma treatments is must.

Reading material 

Each participant will be given a manual of treatments and course notes at the commencement of the course.

Course Module:

Introduction to Ayurveda
Aim & Concept of Health
History & Philosophy of Ayurveda
Branches of Ayurveda
Anatomy and physiology (in brief)
Basic principles
Pancha Mahabhuta Concept
Tridosha Concept( vata, pitta. Kapha)
Concept of Sapta Dhatu (Body Elements)
Concept of Mala (Waste Products)
Concept of Srotas (Body Channels)
Concept of Agni (Digestive Fire)
Concept of Koshta (Alimentary Tract)
Concept of Prakruti (Body Constitution and its Analysis)
Concept of Vikruti
Concept of Ama (Metabolic Toxins)
Preventive medicine & health preservation
Roga Nidhana Concept of disease in Ayurveda – basic level
A basic introduction to authentic panchakarma
Commonly used oils & products

Practical Sessions: ( Panchakarma basic ) 250 hours of practice
Shiro Abhyanga-Head Massage
Hasta Abhyanga-Hand Massage
Pad Abhyanga-Feet Massage
Kati Abhyanga-Back Massage
Nadee sweda ( localised steam)
Kizhi-Therapeutic Bag Masssage
Navra Kizhi-Rice Bag Massage
Podi Kizhi- (Theraputic powder bag massage)
Ela Kizhi – (Herbal leaf bag massage)
Shashtikasalee Alepa ( Rice pudding massage)
Pizhichil (Sarvanga Dhara)
Pichu-local ( Localised herbal oil sponging therapy)
Dhara-local ( Localised oil bath)
Takradhara ( Medicated buttermilk bath)
Ksheeradhara ( medicated milk bath)
Vasthi-local ( oil pooling therapy)
Manya Basti-Oil Bath on Neck.
Hrud-Basti-Oil Bath on Chest.
Kati-Basti-Oil Bath on Lower Back.
Janu-Basti-Oil Bath on Knee Joint.
Shiro Basti-Oil Bath on
Udvartana-Powder Massage.