Online and offline courses on pure Ayurveda as well as on multi-disciplinary areas like Ayurvedic nutrition, Panchakarma, Ayurvedic veterinary etc., are offered at our Institute for Trans-disciplinary Health Sciences & Technology (IHST).

Courses are designed across levels. Beneficiaries include medical college teachers, doctors, folk-healers, therapists, foresters, working professionals, home makers and children. Write to us to design a course for you.

The Institute caters to a wide gamut of aspirants in the Indian medical education space. It facilitates learning for beginners to post-doctoral fellows through short term, distance learning, undergraduate, post graduate and doctoral courses.

Our uniqueness and strength lie in the fact that we have the bandwidth to create customized courses in any aspect of health care using traditional medicinal system and herbs.


Panchkarma Therapist New Batch

Panchakarma literally means five methods of body purification. These methods are employed in the healthy to prevent diseases and in the sick to treat a number of diseases. These methods are also employed as a part of rejuvenation therapy (Rasayana). There are certain preparatory steps to be taken before the actual panchakarmas are performed. They are called as poorva karmas. Also there are procedures advised after the actual panchakarmas. These are called paschat karma

The Panchakarma therapist training program intends to train person in doing all these procedures under the direction of a physician. We have been conducting this program for the last 6 years, and have trained more than 100 therapists with almost 100% JOB placements. The feedback from the employers have also been very positive.
Ayurveda also emphasizes preventive health and Yoga plays an important role in prevention. This program also trains therapist in basic Yoga practices, so that therapist can help the physician in imparting instructions to patients.

The objectives of the program include:

  • 1. Be skilled in performing panchakarma therapies under the supervision of a physician.
  • 2. Have understanding of basic concepts of Ayurveda, anatomy and physiology in relation to practice of panchakarma therapy.
  • 3. Be able to identify plants used in panchakarma therapy and prepare herbal formulations for panchakarma procedures.
  • 4. Know the description and proper use of each instrument in relation to every panchakarma procedure.
  • 5. Adopt good hygienic standards, etiquette and values.
  • 6. Learn basic nursing skills and first aid.
  • 7. Learn basic Yoga asanas.
  • 8. Learn housekeeping of a panchakarma therapy unit in a hospital or wellness center.
  • 9. Develop communication and soft skills to fulfill the needs of any healthcare establishment.
  • For more information contact:

    Dr.Vrindha or Dr. Girish Kumar

    Phone no: 28567000, 28568972, 28568000

    email: dr.girish@frlht.org or drvrindhajith@frlht.org