About the course

The objective and the goal of the program is that Ayurvedic Health Educators will be able to effectively apply Ayurvedic knowledge for enhancing the health & wellbeing of individuals or groups or for the facilitation of prevention of disease.

Course Outline

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    AHEO Spring 2021 Class Recordings

    • AHEO- Class 1- April 6th, 2021

    • AHEO- Class 2- April 13th, 2021

    • AHEO-Class 3- April 20th, 2021

    • AHEO-Class 4- April 27th, 2021- Part 1

    • AHEO-Class 4- April 27th, 2021- Part 2

    • AHEO-Class 5- May 4th, 2021

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    Module 1 | Preventative & Social Health “Swastha Vritta”

    • CLASSICAL TEXT- Asthanga Hridayam by Vagbhatta

    • Definition of Health and Disease

    • Ayurveda & Positive Health


    • HOME WORK- GUNA Practical evaluation

    • Thoughts & Behavior “Acchar & Vichaar”

    • Daily & Seasonal care “Dinacharya and Ritucharya”

    • Understanding the paradigm between doshas constitutions and dosha imbalance


    • Uniqueness of Human Body- AYURVEDA & YOGA

    • Mind & Psychology

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    Module 2 | Ayurvedic Anatomy & Physiology

    • Dosha and Subdosha function, role and dynamics

    • Dhatu, Shrota & Malas

    • Disease formations

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    Module 3 | Agni and Digestion

    • Concept of Agni

    • Types and state of Agni

    • Signs of imbalance Agni

    • Digestion and agni relation

    • Ama and its manifestation in disease

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    Module 4 | Nutrition & Lifestyle

    • 6 Taste Theory of Ayurvedic Nutrition

    • Dosha Food charts

    • Healing food

    • Diet in accordance to Lifestyle

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    Module 5 | Herbology

    • Theory of Ayurvedic Pharmacopea

    • Study of 25 Ayurvedic culinary and general herbs

    • Grouping of herbs and methods of intake & other applications

    • Indications and contraindications of the herbs

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    Herbs & Nutrition - Additional Study Material

    • Learning how to determine the imbalance state of dosha

    • Food and Lifestyle compatibility

    • Be able to draw effective dietary plan and self-care recommendations

    • Identify when a health concern needs medical attention

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    Nutrition Reference material

    • fruits and vegetables_colour

    • minerals and food list

    • Digestion- an ayurvedic prespective

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    Herbology Reference Material

    • Dravya Guna Level 1

    • Herbal Remedies 02

    • DravyaGuna AHE document -prepared by sairupa

    • Herbal remedies for Primary Health

    • Ayurveda and Nutrition CAISH concised

Your Instructors

Dr.Roza Moradi Bsc.MD, Ayurveda health educator, Ayurveda wellness counselor

Roza Moradi

Dr.Roza Moradi, BSc. MD, Ayurveda Health Educator, Ayurveda wellness consoler, to be DNM.

After finishing her Honors degree in psychology science in Canada, Dr. Moradi was ready to pursue her dream of being a physician by moving to the United States. She has successfully finished the medical program with high honors grades in all topics during the school years and also as a chief medical intern in one of the high valued hospitals in Chicago, As she was getting ready to apply for residency in Canada got introduced to the most ancient health system of the world: Ayurveda. After finishing her degree as an Ayurveda health educator and Ayurveda counselor, she has decided to pursue her dream of reaching the highest degree in the program by becoming a Doctor of natural medicine, specialized in Ayurveda which she will finish the degree soon.

She continued her journey further, she had to discover the root of this wisdom by traveling to the place where it all began: India.

She has attended an advanced course on clinical experiences in Ayurveda in Pune, where she has learned all the therapeutic hands on treatment methods along with preparation of herbal formulas by attending a D.Y. Patil University in Pune along with collaboration of International Academy of Ayurveda (IAA) a world-renowned, esteemed faculty of Dr. Subash and Dr. Sunanda Ranade.

She is now only having one important goal and that is to advocate the knowledge of this ancient medicine to the world by teaching it, as well as helping to heal the beautiful souls of humanities in every boarder of this world.

"I Believe Ayurveda will touch people’s souls and heal their bodies"

Senior Faculty

Sairupa Krishnamurty

Dr. Sairupa is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor (ND) and Ayurveda Practitioner. She has a general family practice with clinical interests in Reproductive Health, Fertility, Pregnancy, Post-natal-care, Paediatrics, and Mental-Emotional Health.

Dr. Sairupa received training in Ayurveda from the Center for Ayurveda and Indian Systems of Healing, and Naturopathic Medicine at The Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine.

For 2 years, Dr. Sairupa worked full time in Singapore within an integrative clinic, cultivating her skills working with the Perinatal and Paediatric populations.

Dr. Sairupa sits on the Board of Directors at Aangen, a Toronto food-security focused, non-profit agency. She’s also a faculty member at Jai Wellness and The Centre for Ayurveda and Indian Systems of Healing.

Dr. Sairupa aims to provide non-judgmental healthcare from an anti-oppressive model that welcomes diverse individuals, families, relationships, and genders. As part of her integrative approach to medicine, she loves to support individuals to rediscover their inner wisdom and personal tools for sustainable wellness.

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* NOTE: Books and herbs cost not included. The tax has been applied to the total price, $ CAD