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Module 4: Ayurveda Study Tour (YATRA)

Ever wanted to visit the real India but hesitant to go alone? This is your perfect opportunity to explore the beautiful region of Kerala with local guides and like-minded people. Ayurveda care takes a small group to India annually to relax, rejuvenate and learn about the rich landscape and culture of south India. The visit spans the palm-fringed beaches to the spice growing mountains, down to the beautiful backwaters. This is 14 days Ayurveda study tour to India mainly Kerala, the home of Ayurveda. Students can see different medicinal plants, Ayurvedic factories, and Ayurvedic hospitals. The program also included to see and experience the way of life in kerala which is mainly from Ayurveda. To talk with the eminent Ayurvedic vaidyas of Kerala is the one of the main important thing in this study tour. More than that, Kathakali, Indian classical dance, kalari- the marma martial art, back waters trip etc are breath taking. Kerala is also called as God´s own country.


This is a possibility for the students who are interested to see and study more about Ayurveda  with Dr.jeevan for a study tour to India especially Kerala after the completion of the course.

Every Year in December 27th to January 10th

Following is the schedule:

  • Daily yoga and meditation
  • Shopping and sightseeing
  • Special arrangements of guest lecturers in Ayurveda.
  • Discussions with traditional Vaidyas.
  • Visiting medicinal gardens & Ayurvedic pharmacies
  • Panchakarma Treatments
  • Houseboat tour on the backwaters
  • Several traditional arts performances
  • Indian astrology consultation
  • Delicious and healthy Kerala cuisine

“The best holiday I ever had! Fun, adventure and spirituality combined- a magic experience.” – Erika
“Wonderful to experience Ayurveda in its original setting. A very healing holiday.” – Antje


“Nothing has been left undone, either by man or nature, to make
India the most extraordinary country the sun visits on his round.
Nothing seems to have been forgotten, nothing overlooked”