Ayurvedic School Level 1


2119 A Hollywood Blvd.

Hoolywood, FL 33020

RSVP 954-923-4444


CLASSES BEGIN –  September 27, 2014

Registration Must Be Completed Prior To Class Date

2014 Ayurvedic College Level  I Semester Class Schedule

Term – 676 hours

(includes 600 apprenticeship hrs, 180 yoga training (optional for NAMA recognition), 150 Sanskrit (optional for NAMA recognition), and  200 hrs for in classroom work

and supervised clinical case studies/internship)

*The apprenticeship portion of the program entails assisting in the clinic and the apothecary, as well as making products such as tea blends and oils. Also, apprentices assist in food preparations and set up for Pancha Karma. Students are also required to sit and observe Drs. Light and Bryan Miller during consultations and treatments.**

The College offers degree AA first level second Ayurvedic practitioner, Bachelors 3rd level Health practitioner, level 4 Masters Pancha Karma technician, and Doctorate or Ayurvedic PhD.



AND SUNDAYS: 8 am to 6 pm

Registration Must Be Completed Prior To Class Date


September 26-28

Introduction, Definition of Principles of Ayurveda, History,  Cosmology, Samkhya Philosophy/6 Darshana, Digestive System, Anatomy & Physiology

October 3-5 First Homework is do on the 5th for the first lesson 1 to 3

The 5 Elements, 3 Doshas,  Qualities and Gunas, Factors of Living, 5 Herbs and Food Preparation, Anatomy & Physiology

October 24-26 Homework lesson 4 to 5

Three Fold Diagnostic and Observation Methods, Darshan (observation), Sparshan (touching) and Prashna (interrogation), Evaluation and 5 Herbs, Anatomy & Physiology

October 31 and November 1-2 Homework do lesson 6 to 7

Eightfold Examination and Observation Methods, Basic Pulse, Eye and Vision Examination, Tongue, Nails, Malas (Body Waste), Facial, Saliva/Urine Evaluation and 5 herbs,

Anatomy & Physiology, The Sub-Doshas, 5  Herbs, Food Presentation, Anatomy & Physiology

November 21-23 Homework do 8 – 9

Tenfold Examination and Observation Methods, Functional Abnormalities of the Body, Geographical Factors, Physical Strength, and Climate Conditions. Digestive Power (Agni), Prakruti, Vikruti, Age and Psychological Factors. Habits, (Psychological Factors) Diet, Evaluation of Ama,  Causes of Imbalance and the Stages of Disease (Pathogenisis), 5 Herbs, Anatomy & Physiology

November 28-30

The 6 Taste, Proportions of the taste for each Dosha Vipaka ( post Digestive), 5 Herbs, Anatomy & Physiology

December 19-21

Diets for Doshas Nutrition and Pacification, Vitamins, Minerals, Immune Boosting Foods, Anatomy & Physiology, 5 Herbs

December 26-28 Homework lesson 9-10

The Dhatus, Functions, Nutrition, Dosha in the Dhatus, Anatomy & Physiology, 5 Herbs

January 16-18 lesson Homework 11 -12

The Srotas, Subtle Forces, The 40 Agnis, Function of Agni, Prana, Ojas, Tejas, 5 Herbs, Anatomy & Physiology

January 23-25 lesson 13 – 14

Herbal, Preparations, Management of the Doshas, Tonification, Ways to Use Herbs, 5 Herbs, Anatomy & Physiology

February 13-15Homework lesson 15 – 16

Ayurveda & Aromatherapy, Uses, Chemical, Constituents, Blending for The Doshas, Oils for Pre-natal and Post Natal Care, 5 herbs, Anatomy & Physiology

February 20-22 Homework Lesson 17 -18

How to do a Consultation, Counseling Skills and Assessing a Client’s Strength and Family History. How to Identify Disease Conditions, Children’s Health and Successful Business Practices

March 13-15

Ancient Ayurvedic Healing Therapies: Purva Karma and Pancha Karma

March 20-22

Different types of Yoga, Yoga Therapy and Mantras/Sound Healing. Visual therapy/Yantras

April 10-12

Presentation, Final

April 17-19

Case studies

May 8-10 

Case studies and internship

Overview, Graduation