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Anatomy and Physiology

Professional Anatomy and Physiology requirements for Ayurvedic professional students

Kerala Ayurveda Academy aligns our level I, level II and level III certification programs with the requirements of the Ayurvedic Accreditation Commission, the largest organization representing the Ayurvedic industry in the United States. It is important for Ayurvedic students of professional programs to have adequate knowledge of Anatomy and Physiology.

To support students in meeting these requirements for their professional training programs, information is included here to guide students in selecting a program, including a partner course recommendation on behalf of KAA.

What are the Anatomy and Physiology requirements for Ayurvedic trainings?

Level I - Ayurvedic Health Counselor (AHC)

4 college level Anatomy and Physiology credits

Level II - Ayurvedic Practitioner (AP)

6 college level Anatomy and Physiology credits

Level III - Ayurvedic Clinical Specialist (ACS)*

6 college level Anatomy and Physiology credits

*Formerly: Ayurvedic Doctor (AD)

How can I fulfill the Anatomy and Physiology requirements?

What if I already completed these requirements?

If you have already completed the required college credits of Anatomy and Physiology and would like to be approved to test out, please contact:

support@keralaayurveda.us or +1 (888) 275-9103 x20

Partner Course Information:
Anatomy & Physiology through Ed2Go

A&P for level I Ayurvedic Health Counselor

If you have completed less than 4 credits or have not taken any formal Anatomy and Physiology training, the following recommended courses offered by Ed2Go will satisfy your total requirements.

A&P for level II Ayurvedic Practitioners
and level III Ayurvedic Clinical Specialists*

If you have completed less than 6 credits or have not taken any formal Anatomy and Physiology training, the following recommended courses offered by Ed2Go will satisfy your total requirements.

Extension policy

Please note: no extensions are permitted for Ed2Go courses.

Upon registration, you will have 3 months to complete your course. If you fail to complete courses within the 3 months, you will be required to pay and re-enroll again. We recommend that you register for one course at a time: registering for your second, third or fourth course after completion of your previous course. This ensures you do not register for more than you can complete in the allotted 3 months.