Textbooks and Credits

Suggested Textbooks

The Textbook of Ayurveda: Part 2 Vasant Lad. Copyright(c) 2003 by Vasant Dattaray Lad
The Textbook of Ayurveda: Part 3 Vasant Lad. Copyright(c) 2012 by Vasant Lad
Ayurvedic Medicine: The Principles of Traditional Practice by Sebastian Pole Copyright (c)2006, 2013 Sebastian Pole
Ayurvedic Perspectives on Selected Pathologies, Dr Vasant Lad Copyright 2002 by Vasant Dattaray Lad
Todd Caldecott-Ayurveda, Divine Science of life Copyright(c) Elsevier limited 2006
Ayurvedic Pharmocology and Therapeutic Uses of Medicinal Plants by Vaidya VM Gogte Copyright(c)2206 by Chowkambha Publications
School Manual BK101Copyright(c)2017 Monica B Groover
School Manual PK101Copyright(c)2015 Monica B Groover


A student may be given a credit for previous Ayurveda related education from a NAMA registered institute, for up to a maximum of 200 Hrs at the discretion of the school in Ayurveda Counselor program. See Page 5 for more information.

• The Certified Ayurvedic Practitioner Internship consists of 50 HOURS. This follows the same format as Ayurveda Counselor Online Client Encounters, or, the student also has an option of completing internship in person in Austin once a year*.
• Client encounters must be completed before the last date of class during second Quarter.

Students are required to complete a minimum of 50 hours of online internship via these client encounters. Client encounters may be broadcast online, via live or recorded broadcast appointments, or, any appropriate secure online video software being used by school. (The student is not be required to buy a software. The video software or web conference software is provided by the school)

*The student bears the cost of airfare, hotel and travel to Austin.

Final Assignment
The final project includes a 1000-word report on a subject approved by faculty due on the last day of Quarter 2