F.A.Q

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  • CAISH has been providing Ayurvedic and Indian Systems of Healing Education in Canada for over 13 years.
  • CAISH is a registered Canadian Federal Not-for-Profit dedicated towards Education, Research and Development of Ayurveda and Indian Systems of Healing.
  • The most qualified and experienced faculties collectively has over 150 years of knowledge and shares this through teaching the students.
  • CAISH offers Certification and licensing through EBNMP board in Canada.
  • CAISH follows the education standard set by World Health Organization [WHO] for Ayurveda studies.
  • A dedicated student body that makes for a rich Ayurvedic community.

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  • The programs are all geared towards student excellence in Ayurvedic and Indian Systems of Healing Practices.
  • The programs are well balanced between the Ayurvedic and Yogic philosophy, principles, theory and application.
  • The comprehensive curriculum leads towards certifications, registration followed by practicing insurances.
  • The Ayurveda Practitioner Programs are designed to provide students lectures as well as practical experience with real clients. Students will learn from their Student Clinic experience how to work with clients.
  • CAISH student mandate is upholding high standards in the practice of Ayurveda and Indian Systems of Healing.
  • The CAISH method of teaching is integrating the traditional style of Gurukulsystem and using the modern learning tools.
  • All training, education and information provided to students is along the lines of natural medicine practices, laws and by laws in Canada.

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Ayurvedic Self and Community Care [ASCC] is the beginners program at CAISH. The program focuses on Diet, Nutrition, Yoga and basic Herbs for healing. The individual will learn self-care/home-care and additional techniques for professionals who have a current practice. This is a pre requisite program for all CAISH Practitioner Programs.

Ayurveda Programs

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  • Ayurvedic Self and Community Care Program [ASCC] – 200 Hours
  • Ayurvedic Wellness Counselor Program [AWC] – 300 Hours
  • Advanced Ayurvedic Wellness Counselor Program [AAWC] – 500 Hours
  • Ayurvedic Panchkarma Therapist Program [APT] – 550 Hours
  • Ayurvedic Clinical Practitioner Program [ACP] – 550 Hours

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Natural Medicine Programs

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  • Principles and Practices of Natural Medicine – Level 1 [PPNM -1] – 500 Hours

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Nadi Vigyan Programs

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  • Ayurvedic Neurotherapy or Nadi Vigyan – Level 1 – 150 Hours
  • Ayurvedic Neurotherapy or Nadi Vigyan – Level 2 – 250 Hours

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Continuing Education Programs

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  • Abhyanaga Program – 50 Hours
  • Shirodhara Program – 50 Hours
  • Ayu-Yoga Therapist Program – 300 Hours
  • Ayurvedic Culinary and Nutrition Program Online – 200 Hours

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CAISH Faculty are working towards bringing this opportunity to students outside of Ontario. Please check back with us or visit our website for ongoing program updates. Currently the Ayurvedic Culinary and Nutrition Program is offered online.

There is no government funding available at this time for Ayurvedic or related Programs across Canada. However, to support your Ayurvedic training, CAISH offers flexible payment options to Practitioner, Neurotherapy and the Natural Medicine Program for students only during their study period.

Cash, Cheque, e-transfers, Square and Paypal payments. Please note that Square and Paypal payments will charge an additional 4% on the total course fee.

Programs are offered part time with full weekend and once a week, weekday class for clinic or practicals. Please contact CAISH for details or check the Programs page from the menu bar.

The part time structure enables working practitioners and individuals in full-time employment to be able to study Ayurveda while upholding other obligations. Consequently, many individuals are able to make a career change to Ayurvedic Sciences or can incorporate new learning into their existing practice.

Ayurvedic Panchakarma Therapist [APT] RNP ‘Registered Naturotherapy Practitioner’ (Ayurveda)
Neurotherapist [Nadi Vigyan] MTP ‘Manual Therapy Practitioner’ (Neurotherapy)
Advanced Ayurvedic Wellness Counselor [AAWC] RLMP ‘Registered Lifestyle Management Practitioner’ (Ayurveda)
Ayurveda Yoga Therapist RLMP ‘Registered Lifestyle Management’ (Ayu-Yoga)
Ayurveda – Yoga
Teachers Training
AYYT from Canadian Yoga Alliance

Ayurveda Self and Community Care [ASCC] program graduates will receive CAISH Certification.

Please check the Program Structure to understand how CAISH programs work to receive various recognition through EBNMP.

Ayurvedic Medicine is not a regulated health care system in Canada. It is surely recognized as a complimentary health care and can be practiced under the umbrella of Natural Medicine as far as you have the qualification and certifications.

Ayurvedic medicine has been in Canada for over a decade now but has just gained popularity in recent years. Currently there are not enough Ayurvedic practitioners in the country to create the need for regulation.

After the required completion of your program and gaining certification/registration, graduates can apply for the Holistic Practitioner License from their local city/town office. This is not a service offered through CAISH directly. Students should also apply through EBNMP board to receive their designations.

You are required to fulfill your pre-requisite training before you complete your training program. These pre-requisite programs are either offered at CAISH or you may attend the pre-requisite training at one of the schools in partnership with CAISH.

It is your full responsibility to obtain all required information to apply for a student visa. Once you have obtained the student visa, you will then be able to enroll to study with CAISH.

There are several options for student living available in Toronto, however due to the nature of our school, we are unable to provide housing for students on CAISH premises.

There are several prospects for work depending on your personal goals:

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  • Setting up your own private practice
  • Working in a holistic health care team
  • Facilitating workshops and seminars
  • Offering Ayurvedic therapies in the spa arena
  • Running or working at a Health Food Store or Herbal Apothecary

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