Ayurvedic Animal Wellness Consultant (AAWC) Certification




Secure the discount through this early bird enrollment: Course start is April 15th.

Duration: 40 hours

Format: Live classes (not required) and recordings.

Embrace the Ancient Wisdom of Ayurveda for Animal Wellness

Welcome to our Certified Ayurvedic Animal Wellness Consultant (AAWC) Course, where the age-old wisdom of Ayurveda opens a new path to healing and harmony for our animal companions. This comprehensive 10-week journey invites you to explore the profound principles of Ayurveda applied to animal wellness, fostering a deep, nurturing bond between you and the animals you care for.

Course Highlights:

Week 1 to 10: Dive into the heart of Ayurveda, from its foundational principles and diagnostic techniques to specialized therapies tailored for animals. Our curriculum covers everything from Ayurvedic nutrition and herbal medicine to integrative wellness practices that blend ancient wisdom with modern veterinary care.

Hands-On Learning: Engage in practical sessions that equip you with the skills to assess and enhance animal health through diet, lifestyle, and therapeutic practices. Each week unfolds new insights, allowing you to develop a holistic approach to animal wellness.

Professional Pathway: Beyond knowledge, this course offers the tools to carve out a niche in Ayurvedic Animal Wellness. Whether you’re looking to expand your practice or pioneer in a growing field, our module on professional development is designed to guide you through legal, ethical, and marketing essentials.

Join us on this heartfelt journey to enrich the lives of animals with the timeless healing art of Ayurveda. Whether you’re a veterinarian looking to integrate holistic practices, a pet owner passionate about natural care, or an animal lover eager to make a difference, this course is your gateway to becoming a Certified Ayurvedic Animal Wellness Consultant.

Transform your passion into practice. Enroll now and be the change in the world of animal wellness.


Week 1: Introduction to Ayurveda and Animal Wellness
– Overview of Ayurveda: History, Principles, and Philosophy
– Understanding Doshas (Vata, Pitta, Kapha) in Animals
– Ayurvedic Approach to Animal Wellness
– Ethics and Responsibilities of an Ayurvedic Animal Wellness Consultant

Week 2: Basic Principles of Ayurveda Applied to Animals
– Five Elements (Panchamahabhutas) and their Importance in Animal Health
– Prakriti (Constitution) Analysis in Animals
– Understanding Digestion and Metabolism in Animals
– Introduction to Ayurvedic Concepts of Agni (Digestive Fire) and Ama (Toxins)

Week 3: Ayurvedic Diagnostic Techniques for Animals
– Observational Diagnosis: Assessing Animal Behavior, Posture, and Gait
– Tongue Diagnosis (Jihva Pariksha) in Animals
– Examination of Eyes, Ears, Skin, and Coat for Ayurvedic Diagnosis

Week 4: Ayurvedic Nutrition and Dietetics for Animals
– Principles of Ayurvedic Nutrition for Animals
– Dosha-Specific Diets for Different Animal Types
– Selection and Preparation of Ayurvedic Foods and Supplements for Animals
– Ayurvedic Strategies for Addressing Common Animal Health Issues through Diet

Week 5: Ayurvedic Herbal Medicine for Animals
– Introduction to Ayurvedic Herbs for Animals
– Selection, Preparation, and Administration of Herbal Remedies for Animals
– Ayurvedic Formulations for Common Animal Health Concerns
– Safety, Dosage, and Contraindications of Ayurvedic Herbs for Animals

Week 6: Ayurvedic Lifestyle Practices for Animals
– Importance of Daily Routine (Dinacharya) for Animals
– Introduction to Ayurvedic Massage (Abhyanga) for Animals
– Creating an Ayurvedic Environment for Animal Wellness
– Incorporating Yoga and Meditation Techniques for Animal Wellbeing

Week 7: Ayurvedic Approaches to Common Animal Health Issues
– Ayurvedic Management of Digestive Disorders in Animals
– Ayurvedic Strategies for Skin and Coat Health in Animals
– Ayurvedic Solutions for Respiratory Issues in Animals
– Ayurvedic Approaches to Managing Musculoskeletal Problems in Animals

Week 8: Ayurvedic Therapies and Treatments for Animals
– Introduction to Panchakarma and Detoxification Therapies for Animals
– Ayurvedic Hydrotherapy and Aromatherapy for Animals
– Marma Therapy and Acupressure for Animals
– Tailoring Ayurvedic Treatments for Specific Animal Conditions

Week 9: Integrative Approach to Animal Wellness
– Integrating Ayurveda with Conventional Veterinary Medicine
– Case Studies and Practical Application of Ayurvedic Principles in Animal Wellness

Week 10: Professional Development and Practice Management
– Legal and Ethical Considerations in Practicing Ayurvedic Animal Wellness
– Establishing and Marketing Your Ayurvedic Animal Wellness Practice
– Continuing Education and Professional Growth Opportunities in the Field

Each week consists of approximately 4 hours of instruction, including lectures, demonstrations, discussions, and hands-on activities where applicable. Additionally, participants will be encouraged to engage in self-study, assignments, and practical application of learned concepts throughout the course.

Instructor: Dr. Vivek Brijbahal Singh