Immerse yourself in integrative medicine and become a Maharishi AyurVeda Practitioner in our 3-year, part-time online program.
- Integrate ayurvedic knowledge with modern health science
- Study online part-time with expert professors
- Join a supportive community of like-minded students
- Graduate as a Maharishi AyurVeda Practitioner
What is Ayurveda?
“Ayurvedic medicine (also called Ayurveda) is one of the world’s oldest medical systems. It originated in India and has evolved there over thousands of years. In the United States, Ayurvedic medicine is considered a complementary health approach.”
Is Ayurveda effective?
“Ayurveda can have positive effects when used as a complementary therapy in combination with standard, conventional medical care.”
An ancient system, reevaluated
You’ll study Maharishi AyurVeda℠, a comprehensive, prevention-oriented system of natural health that addresses the body, mind, and environment of an individual to help them become holistically healthy.
Our programs integrate natural techniques with modern medicine to take an integrated and balanced approach to wellness. You’ll study a variety of modalities, including:
- Herbal supplementation
- A thorough introduction to Traditional Chinese Medicine
- Introduction to principles of homeopathy, osteopathy & more
Learn from home
Our three-year, part-time online MS has a flexible schedule and can be completed with about 8 to 9 hours of work per week. You’ll learn at a relaxed pace without the strain typical of graduate degree programs.
Even though you’ll be studying online, you’ll enjoy connecting with a supportive community of students who share your passion for natural healthcare, as well as professors who are experts in the field.
Become a wellness professional
You’ll graduate as a Maharishi AyurVeda Practitioner, with real-world knowledge and training to practice health care through a natural yet scientific approach.
MIU is a member of the National Ayurvedic Medical Association. Completion of our program satisfies NAMA’s competencies to be recognized as an Ayurvedic Practitioner i.
On-campus clinical training and orientation
US students are required to visit the MIU campus twice per year during the three-year program. New students come to MIU for First-Year Orientation during the first month of classes. The other five visits will be for clinical training. See options for accommodations and meals.
International students can complete this requirement by giving consultations under the supervision of a Maharishi AyurVeda trained physician, where 10 consultations are equivalent to one week on campus. Countries with Maharishi AyurVeda trained physicians include England, Germany, Holland, and Australia.
Learning community committed to inner growth
During your studies, you’ll meet an online community of students from around the world who are deeply committed to wellness, positive values, and personal inner growth. You’ll participate in online discussions, exchanging experiences and points of view while developing new friendships.
In addition, our hands-on faculty will provide you with the one-on-one attention you need to absorb deep concepts and succeed in your studies.