Ayurveda Courses


How to study Ayurveda?

To become a qualified practitioner, you will need to complete an Ayurvedic medicine degree, for which you can find courses below.


advanced diploma of ayurveda (Ayurveda)

this qualification covers the skills needed to work as an ayurvedic practitioner and ...

Course Provider : Australasian Institute of Ayurvedic Studies

Campuses :QLD


advanced diploma of ayurveda (Ayurveda)

ayurveda focuses on absolute perfect health and not disease; it embraces all areas of...

Course Provider : Equals International Institute

Campuses :SA


advanced diploma of ayureda (Ayurveda)

on successful completion of this course, you will have the skills needed to work as a...

Course Provider : Health Institute Australasia

Campuses :QLD

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Ayurveda courses and careers

Ayurveda practitioner workplaces

After you complete your Ayurveda course (advanced diploma in ayurvedic medicine courses, outlined below), you are likely to work in one of the following places:

Ayurvedic clinic

Ayurvedic clinics are found throughout Australia’s towns and cities, and as a newly-qualified Ayurvedic practitioner, you may start your career at one of them. Or if you have the drive and work ethic to run your own business, you can consider starting your own clinic.

Healthcare or wellness clinic

Wellness is a flourishing industry, with healthcare and wellness clinics popping up everywhere. They typically hire massage therapists, homeopaths, nutritionists, and the occasional Ayurvedic practitioner, so it’s worth keeping an eye on their available jobs, or just dropping in your CV.

How to get an ayurvedic medicine degree in Australia

To become a qualified practitioner in Australia, you will need to complete a recognised Ayurveda course outlined below.

Advanced Diploma of Ayurveda HLT62615

Course duration: 3 years full time
Study mode: Mixture of on campus learning, and online learning
Entry requirements: Year 12 or equivalent
Units of study:

  • Develop Ayurvedic practice
  • Make Ayurvedic lifestyle assessments
  • Provide Ayurvedic bodywork therapies
  • Provide Ayurvedic lifestyle advice
  • Provide advice on Ayurvedic nutrition
  • Take cases within an Ayurvedic framework
  • Diagnose conditions within an Ayurvedic framework
  • Provide Ayurvedic remedial therapies
  • Provide therapeutic Ayurvedic nutritional advice
  • Select and advise on Ayurvedic medicines – dravyaguna
  • Prepare and dispense Ayurvedic medicines – dravyaguna
  • Monitor and evaluate Ayurvedic treatments
  • Market the small business
  • Undertake small business planning
  • Monitor and manage small business operations
  • Manage small business finances
  • Establish and manage client relationships
  • Work with diverse people
  • Manage legal and ethical compliance
  • Reflect on and improve own professional practice
  • Engage with health professionals and the health system
  • Analyse and respond to client health information
  • Provide first aid
  • Manage the control of infection
  • Manage work health and safety