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Study Ayurvedic healing

True health comes from a balanced body, mind and spirit. Ayurvedic treatments, using the power of touch, oils and herbs, have been used for centuries to support individuals to reach true health.

Hale Pule's 75-hour Ayurvedic treatment training will prepare you to utilise these time-proven techniques to remove toxins, relieve stress and balance doshas. This training will prepare you to work with clients in any setting, whether it is a retreat centre, Ayurvedic physician’s office or in your personal practice.

In this 75-hour certification program, you'll review basic concepts of Ayurveda including the doshas, prana, agni, dhatus, maha gunas and more, and how to incorporate these principles into Ayurvedic treatments. You’ll learn:

  • How to conduct healing Ayurvedic treatments, including snehan (oil application), basti (herbal oil baths for localized treatment), hasta (hands) and pada (feet) basti (soothing flow of warm oil over hands or feet), marma point therapy, mardavam (full body oil treatment to remove toxins) and demonstrations in bashpa swedana (herbal steam bath) and shirodhara.
  • The transformational power of these techniques as you give and receive each of the Ayurvedic treatments you will learn.
  • How Ayurvedic treatments balance each of the doshas and rebuild the body’s natural ability to heal.
  • Tools to create a supportive healing environment by managing your own energy and building a personal spiritual practice. These tools will allow you to advance in effectiveness as an Ayurvedic treatment technician and a human being.
  • To understand how the maha gunas (sattva, rajas and tamas) appear in all areas of life, and ways to use them to support a deeper level of healing.
  • The functions of the doshas, signs of balance and imbalance and ways to bring harmony through Ayurvedic treatments and other therapies. (To learn this on a much deeper level to complement the Ayurvedic treatment training, enroll in our Ayurvedic health counselor program.)
  • The properties of commonly used Ayurvedic herbs and oils, and how to choose the appropriate oil for a treatment.
  • How to prepare therapeutic oils using herbs and essential oils.
  • Case studies, sample treatment programs and common client situations that you may encounter.
  • How to support your clients to receive the greatest healing possible by preparing before, during and after Ayurvedic treatments.
  • How to incorporate these techniques into your existing practice or build a practice at a retreat center or with clients undergoing panchakarma through Hale Pule or another Ayurvedic practitioner or physician.

If you are inspired to help people find health, balance and vitality, this training will add a unique set of tools to your existing practice or allow you to start on a new path.

Hale Pule's Ayurvedic Treatment Training includes:

10 nights shared accommodation as well as:

  • Free access to our online course, A State of Health: Getting Started with Ayurveda, so you can be prepared upon arrival with an understanding of the basics of Ayurveda.
  • An Ayurvedic health consultation, done via video conference prior to your arrival so you can learn to become your own healer.
  • Three Ayurvedic meals a day of organic, vegetarian food.
  • Daily instruction in developing a personal spiritual practice to enhance your work as a practitioner, including Vedic fire ceremonies, pranayama, meditation and Yoga asana.
  • An intimate group setting designed to give you daily hands-on experience in providing and receiving Ayurvedic treatments so you can develop the confidence and skills you need to practice in any setting.
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How you'll spend your days in Hale Pule's Ayurvedic treatment training:

We have created a daily schedule for this training that works with the Ayurvedic concept of dinacharya. Within this structure, your body will realign to nature’s rhythms and you will feel more creative and vibrant.

Your daily dinacharya

5:00 a.m. | vedic fire ceremony, pranayama and meditation

6:30a.m. | Yoga asana

7:30 a.m | breakfast of fresh, organic food

8:30 a.m. | morning lecture and practicum

12:00 p.m. | lunch of fresh, organic food

1:15 p.m. | afternoon lecture and practicum

5:00 p.m. | dinner of fresh, organic food

6:15 p.m. | evening guided meditation

Sunset | Agnihotra to honor the setting of the sun

8:30 p.m. | lights out

Details and discounts

  • Receive a $200 discount when you pay in full 2 months in advance.
  • Hale Pule students and graduates of our programs, including the 200-hour Yoga teacher training, Ayurvedic Health Counsellor Program, and Ayurvedic Treatment training, receive an additional $100 off.
  • A $500 non-refundable deposit holds your place upon acceptance.
  • All students accepted into the program will be required to complete pre-work. Details will be provided upon acceptance.
  • *Please note that course fee is subject to change due to increase in costs. We will give you advance notice if this changes. There is also a small transaction fee for international payments.
  • No refunds on full course fee within two weeks prior to the start of the training. Here’s our full refund policy.

Myra Lewin is a NAMA-certified PACE (Professional Ayurvedic Continuing Education) and Yoga Alliance Continuing Education provider. This program is eligible for continuing education credits for Ayurvedic practitioners and Yoga teachers.