Want to make a living helping people to have great lives?

Lifestyle Consulting sharing ‘the Science of Life’

In just 12 months you could be helping people to make dramatic improvements in their lives by incorporating Ayurvedic principles, including everything from lifestyle, diet to various Ayurveda therapies, blending the laws of nature with scientific processes to remedy a range of conditions.

As a Lifestyle consultant you will be providing lifestyle assessments, bodywork and remedial therapies, as well as Ayurvedic nutrition and advice.

There is significant and growing demand for Ayurvedic lifestyle consultants to share this 5000 year old ancient traditional Vedic system of medicine.

Is Ayurvedic Lifestyle Consulting right for me?

Yes – If you yearn to become a holistic source of health advice, helping clients to escape emotional, mental and physical discomfort and illness and creating happiness and health for everyone you touch.

And If you can check off these boxes, there’s a good chance that you have found your perfect vocation.

Do I need a medical background or a degree? … NO!

You don’t need a background in medicine, or to have been to Uni, but you do need to have a passion for helping people holistically.

You might start with no experience – we will teach you everything you need to know to confidently provide lifestyle advice.

Or you may already be involved in some form of wellbeing or allied health practice such as yoga, naturopathy, massage, nursing, occupational therapy, physiotherapy etc. and want to expand your skills and widen your experience to help more people (perhaps with fewer physical demands on your own body).

Where will this take me?

You could be opening your own clinic once you graduate – and you’ll learn all about business planning and marketing within the course units too so you’ll be well prepared to start practicing immediately.

Or you might choose to work in multidisciplinary clinics along with other healthcare professionals.

Alternatively, some Ayurvedic lifestyle consultants work in health retreats, hotels and spas, and others become academics in the field.

PLUS If you want to continue your study you can get credit for 100% of this Diploma, which means you’ll be almost half way through the Advanced Diploma of Ayurveda. With the Advanced Diploma you can become an Ayurveda Practitioner!

So, there are many opportunities you can opt for, and there is significant demand and need for Ayurvedic lifestyle consultants and therapists.

Entry Requirements:

The only requirement is that you must have a Year 12 certificate or equivalent or satisfactory completion of a Certificate IV (Australian qualification framework) in any field. Mature age students with life experience may also apply for the course provided you meet literacy, language, and numeracy skill requirements.


When is the next intake?

The annual intakes are in July – However we highly recommend you start with enrolling in one or two units now for three good reasons:

Why study with AIHFE : So many reasons…

Program units for HLT52615 Diploma of Ayurvedic Lifestyle Consultation

The course structure is as follows, and you can choose to complete the units over 12 months full time or you can choose to learn part time over 24 months.

Term one

AYF101 Foundation of Ayurveda

BMS101 Biomedical Science

Term two

EMI101 Develop and Use Emotional Intelligence

ALN201 Ayurvedic Lifestyle and Nutrition

ART301 Ayurvedic Bodywork and Remedial Therapies

Term three

CLE401 Communication, Law and Ethics

CPP401 Clinical Practice and Procedures

HLTAID003 Apply First Aid

APWD301 Intensive Practical Workshop

Term four

AYF101 Foundation of Ayurveda

BMS101 Biomedical Science