Kerala Ayurveda Academy aligns our program requirements with the National Ayurvedic Medical Association (NAMA), 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.
The equivalent of 4 college level Anatomy and Physiology credits are required as a corequisite for the following program:
Level I Ayurvedic Health Counselor (AHC)
The equivalent of 6 college level Anatomy and Physiology credits are required as a corequisite for the following programs:
Level II Ayurvedic Practitioner (AP)
Level III Ayurvedic Doctor (AD)
How to satisfy this requirement
Students may complete any Anatomy & Physiology program which meets the above requirements as a corequisite. The corequisite can be taken simultaneously with a KAA training program, so long as it is completed for certification. Proof of course completion is required for graduation from a KAA training program (e.g. a transcript).
To assist students in finding an A&P program which fulfills these requirements, we offer the following training options through our partner, Cengage/ed2go.
If you have completed less than 4 credits or have not taken any formal Anatomy and Physiology training
You may take our Fundamentals in Anatomy and Physiology + Medical Terminology 3-course bundle (total 72 hrs) through our partner, Cengage/ed2go by clicking the button below. It can be taken entirely online.View Course
If you have completed less than 6 credits or have not taken any formal Anatomy and Physiology training
You may take our Fundamentals in Anatomy and Physiology + Medical Terminology 4-course bundle (total 96 hours) through our partner, Cengage/ed2go by clicking the button below. It can be taken entirely online.
If you have completed our 3 course bundle for AHC
You are required to take an additional course, Medical Terminology II, in order to meet the co-requisite for the Ayurvedic Practitioner (AP) and Ayurvedic Doctor (AD) programs. The course can be taken entirely online.View Course
If you have already completed the required credits for Anatomy and Physiology, or are a health care professional currently practicing
You can opt out of this corequisite by contacting email@example.com with a description of previous course(s) taken and a copy of your transcript.