Our training aims to intensively supervise small groups of students during their Ayurveda journey. The set-up of our program offers the right balance between theory and practice. The theoretical training is based upon the original texts of the Astanga Hridayam.
During this training the student will have ample opportunity to develop therapeutic skills into practice through practical assignments during classes and internship(s).
Within Ayurveda we make a distinction between Ayurveda Therapist, Ayurvedic Practioner and Ayurveda Doctor (BAMS, GAMS, Vaidya, Regular).
Students at Ayurveda Na’an are trained to become Ayurveda Therapist.
At the end of the study, the student will be able to independently record a patient’s case history, process the case history in a treatment plan and, based on this plan, give good constructive advice on lifestyle, diet and treatment.
The target group of a future therapist is: clients with an undiagnosed imbalance. An undiagnosed imbalance is a symptom that has not been diagnosed by a (Ayurveda) doctor. These are people who do not necessarily suffer from a serious illness or chronic disease. We teach students that people with serious illnesses or chronic diseases must ALWAYS first be referred to a (Ayurveda) doctor. The training focuses mainly on prevention or treatment following a referral by a (Ayurveda) doctor.
The therapist guides and advises the client. The advices contained in the treatment plan provide balance and restore body and mind.
Even after having received the diploma, Ayurveda Na’an advises and guides the student if he or she wants needs to study further and develop as an Ayurveda Practitioner.
Former students who are already working as Ayurveda Therapists can participate in advanced training days to ask questions and work on cases.
Ayurveda Na’an regularly invites guest teachers. The current guest teachers are Dr. Shailesh Muli from Pune, India and Vaidyar AneeshJan from Kerala, India. For the students of Na’an this presents a perfect addition to the lessons.
Teacher: Miriam Alberts
Location: YogaFest Studio
Date: starts 17 & 18 March 2018
Time: to be announced
Price: €3500 (ex 21% VAT) early bird before October 1 2017 and at once
€3725 (ex 21% VAT) before January 1 2018 and at once
We also offer the possibility to pay in 3 terms. In this case the price is €3850 (ex 21% VAT) in 3 installments:
Payment 1 before October, 2017
Payment 2 before June, 2018
Payment 3 before November, 2018
For more information please contact YogaFest Studio at firstname.lastname@example.org for the Study Guide and to sign up for Sunday January 14 2018. We will host an afternoon where you can get more information about the Ayurveda Training Sunday January 14 from 15.00 – 16.00.
About Miriam Alberts
Miriam Alberts is an Ayurveda Therapist and teacher since 2005 and active in various branches of Ayurveda. She has her own practice where she offers consultations. She has also studied Pancha Karma as part of a professional team. Since 2010 she teaches at the Academy of Ayurvedic Studies (Delight Ayurveda as of 2017). Miriam is mother of Yaan and Manna (Manna passed away in 2005).