The Certified Ayurvedic Practitioner is an individual with the training of preventive healthcare, nutrition, lifestyle pathology & disease management through traditional Ayurvedic medical science principles and practices.
In order to take the Ayurvedic Practitioner Exam the following requirements must be accomplished first:
Complete the Educational Requirements of 1500-2500 hours as laid out in the AP Educational Outline for Competencies. Download AP Outline →
Provide proof of education that meets the guideline standards.
Full payment of $450 due at time of registration.
If you would like to become a member of NAMA after you take the official exam (with the fee of $450) a $100 credit will be applied to your membership fees. NAMA website →
Ayurvedic practitioner Study Guide
The NAMACB has developed a study guide for the AP. These are offered free of charge to those wanting to take the exam.