Affiliations

In the last decade consumer interest in Ayurvedic healthcare has grown tremendously. To be able to support the users and providers of Ayurveda & Indian Systems of Healing, our ongoing effort has been to develop relationship and partners in Canadian Natural Healthcare. CAISH has contributed in various aspects to educate the educators through its participation with academic institutes, conferences, partnership programs, outreach community services and health shows.

 

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  • AYUSH (Government Department of India)

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Open dialogue to support the Indian Medicine mandate in Canada
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  • Centennial College

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Registered Massage Therapy Program project on Ayurvedic Medicine in Canada
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  • Centre for diversity in Counseling and Psychotherapy Conference

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Keynote Workshop on Ayurvedic Practices for Mental Health; June 2012
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  • FACT (The Friends of Alternative and Complementary Therapies Society)

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Ayurvedic Banquet; 2007
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  • McMaster University

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Post Graduate Research Program – project participation; 2008
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  • Michener Institute

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Ayurvedic module within the CAM course; 2007-2008
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  • National Ayurvedic Medicine Association (USA) School Council

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Contributed required standard and training

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  • Ryerson University

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Traditional Medicine Conference; 2002

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  • University of Toronto & Michener Institute

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Contributor of Ayurvedic Medicine module for integrative programs in the Department of Radiology & Radiation

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  • University of Toronto

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  1. Ayurvedic Medicine lecture/studies for the Health Sciences Undergraduate Program; 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010
  2. Student project for South Asian Studies; May 2006

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  • Yoga Conference

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Ayurvedic Pavilion; 2008

CAISH graduates are the future Ayurvedic practitioners that will be leading the Ayurveda & Indian Medicine Care. Affiliations with accredited bodies, academic institutes and membership organization is the key in bringing recognition to our students and providing standards in training and practice.

Accredited Boards

Upon successful graduation, all students are certified and registered through the EBNMP (Examining Board of Natural Medicine Practitioners Canada). This will entitle graduates to apply for municipal practicing licensure and professional insurance.  CAISH is an exclusive member of EBNMP Canada for Ayurveda and Indian Medicine Studies. Additionally graduates of Ayu-Yog program can get their recognition and insurances with the Canadian Yoga Alliance. Those who wish to practice in USA will be able to get their accreditation via Westbrook University.

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  • The Examining Board of Natural Medicine Practitioners (EBNMP Canada)

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www.ebnmp.com

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  • Canadian Yoga Alliance

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www.canadianyogicalliance.com

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  • Westbrook University in New Mexico

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www.westbrooku.edu

Articulation Schools

CAISH students will be able to get a transfer of credits to the following Institutions if they wish to pursue their studies in other areas of Natural Health Care. Please check with the schools individually to know the applicable credits granted.

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  • Canadian School of Natural Nutrition (CSNN)- Canada

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www.csnn.ca

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  • Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine (IHN)-Toronto

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www.itmworld.org

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  • Westbrook University- New Mexico, USA

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www.westbrooku.edu

Recognition

CAISH has been recognized for upholding its standards in providing education.

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  • AYUSH: Department of Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homoeopathy (AYUSH) Ministry of Health and family welfare Government of India

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www.indianmedicine.nic.in

Partnership

CAISH has partnered with other like-minded organizations in offering its programs and courses.

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  • Sewanti – They are the leading provider of Ayurvedc herbal remedies throughout Canada.
  • Ayu Mantra – They are the creator of any Ayurvedic herbal capsules/tablets and in the optimum dosage form. CAISH site holds top 10 of Ayu-Mantra’s best herbal formulations.
  • Jai Yoga and Ayurveda –
  • Conscious Health –  Offers various online e-courses, live classes and exclusive herbal products based on Ayurveda.

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