This course teaches students how to use natural methods to assist their clients, family and friends in the art of balancing the mind, body and soul. You will learn about traditional Ayurvedic and Chinese medical diagnosis and treatment methods, thus giving you two ways you can approach health in a holistic manner. Students enrolled in this course will learn how to harmonize subtle energy patterns in themselves and with the environment in which they live in order to reach and maintain optimal health. You will develop an understanding of why these ancient medical theories are still as relevant now as they were thousands of years ago; how both of these medical theories can detect imbalances and correct them through appropriate lifestyle modifications in order to prevent and cure diseases.
Major topics covered:
• Doshsas- elemental constitutions
• Gunas- qualities of energy, matter and consciousness
• Five element theory
• Yin and yang
• Chinese meridians
• Herbal preparations
• Tongue and pulse diagnosis
• Diagnosis & restoration of physical and energetic imbalances through diet and lifestyle modifications
• Anatomy and Physiology
Upon completion of this course, you will be a certified Ayurvedic and Chinese Medicine Practitioner. With the ancient knowledge gained from this course you will be able to educate your clients and family on how to follow the laws of nature to achieve harmony with oneself and the environment.
Price: AUD $495 (not including textbooks)
Duration: 12 months to complete
Correspondence Course: Self-paced with access to instructor tutor
Enrol online and pay via Paypal.
This is an intensive course on two ancient philosophies and traditions that can be used separately or complementary with other. The courses are designed to make you a more holistically minded health practitioner. The Ayurvedic and Traditional Chinese Medicine course is one of five sections of our Holistic Naturopathy Diploma course. Completing the Ayurvedic and Traditional Chinese Medicine course will also give you credit if you want to go on to complete our Naturopathic program.
Note that in Australia the use of certain terms like Chinese Medicine Practitioner, Chinese Herbal Medicine Practitioner, etc are regulated by the Chinese Medicine Board. This course will not necessarily enable you to use those terms or become a registered practitioner and any questions should be referred to the board