Ayurvedic Clinical Practitioner

Ayurvedic Clinical Practitioner is the highest level of Ayurvedic program that CAISH offers at this time. Part of the training will take place in India with the International Academy of Ayurveda.

Students will be trained in all aspects of clinical assessments, Roganidan and Vikritivigyana (diagnostics and pathology).
Advanced training in Kayachikitsa (general medicine) with specialized care/treatment of disease.
Advanced Dravyaguna (Ayurvedic pharmacology) with herb-drug interaction and herbal preparations for conditions and their associated symptoms.


Advanced Ayurvedic Wellness Counselor (AAWC), Ayurvedic Panchakarma Therapist (APT) level 1 and Principles and Practices of Natural Medicine (PPNM) or 1800 hours equivalent study hours completed with a recognized institution in Canada/USA.


$9,950 CAD plus applicable taxes.

Duration of the Program:

8 months

Hours of Study Breakdown:

850 total hours, of which 440 are in-class hours, 160 hours are independent clinical practice and 250 hours are home study/reading for exam and clinical practices.

Application Process:

Apply Here

Scope of Practice:

Knowledge gained from this program can be applied when seeing clients. Recommendations for dietary changes/nutritional counseling, herbal supplements, Ayurvedic therapies and lifestyle changes can be provided. CAISH will guide students to acquire liability insurance as well as discuss the scope of practice in detail during class.

What’s Next?

Students who are awarded the AAWC certification can apply for the Ayurvedic Panchakarma Therapist (APT) Program as well as Principles and Practices of Natural Medicine (PPNM) in order to obtain licensing through EBNMP Canada to practice professionally (private clinics, etc.).