AAPNA is developed Fellowship in Ayurveda for Registered Ayurvedic Professionals


Join AAPNA and Become a Member / Registered Ayurvedic Professional

We need your support and feedback to develop fellowships in ayurveda.

Benefits of Fellowships in Ayurveda:

  1. Earning a fellowship from AAPNA represents a significant professional achievement.
  2. Being an AAPNA fellow makes an important statement about professional competence that is recognized by professional organizations and the public.
  3. Be listed in AAPNA’s directory of Fellows in Ayurveda search engine, which will be accessible on the AAPNA website.
  4. Be eligible to participate in board examination development activities.
  5. Be eligible to serve on AAPNA’s academic, clinical, and research committees.
  6. Be eligible to serve on the AAPNA Board Development Committee for appointment to the AAPNA Board as a Professional Member.

AAPNA fellowship allows to:
To proudly designate themselves as a “Fellow of American Ayurveda” from AAPNA in USA according to the credential(s) earned, and to use one or more of the following designations:

  1. Fellow of American Ayurvedic Lifestyle Consultant (F.A.A.L.C)
  2. Fellow of American Ayurvedic Practitioners (F.A.A.P.)
  3. Fellow of American Advanced Ayurvedic Practitioners (F.A.A.A.P.)
  4. Fellow of American Master Ayurvedic Specialists (F.A.M.A.S.)
  5. Fellow of American Pancha Karma Therapists (F.A.P.K.T.)
  6. Fellow of American Ayurvedic Food Consultants (F.A.A.F.C.)
  7. Fellow of American Ayurvedic Herbalists (F.A.A.H.)
  8. Fellow of American Ayurvedic Pharmacist (F.A.A.Ph.)
  9. Fellow of American Ayurvedic Yoga Therapists (F.A.A.Y.T.)
  10. Fellow of American Ayurvedic Spa Therapists (F.A.A.S.T.)
  11. Fellow of American Ayurvedic Psychology Consultant (F.A.A.P.C.)
  12. Fellow of American Ayurvedic Marma Therapist (F.A.A.M.T.)
  13. Fellow of American Ayurvedic Aroma Therapist (F.A.A.A.T.)
  14. Fellow of American Ayurvedic Polarity Therapist (F.A.A.P.T.)
  15. Fellow of American Vastu Consultant (F.A.V.C.)
  16. Fellow of American Vedic Astrologer (F.A.V.A.)

Criteria for Fellowships:
Registered ayurvedic professionals must submit a minimum of 1000 words article / clinical case study / research papers for peer review. Upon approval, candidates will be awarded fellowship(s) in their respective field(s). The articles / clinical case studies / research papers will be posted on the AAPNA website.

Fellowship Peer Review Experts:

  1. JLN Sastry, BAMS, MD-Ayu, PhD-Ayu – New Delhi, India
  2. G. Prabhakar Rao, BAMS, MD-Ayu, PhD-Ayu – New Delhi, India
  3. Satyanarayana Dornala, BAMS, MD-Ayu, PhD-Ayu, MA (Psychology) – New Delhi, India
  4. Venkata Narayana Joshi, BAMS, MD-Ayu, PhD-Ayu, RMAS – London, United Kingdom
  5. Ranvir Pahwa, PhD, RAC – Saskatoon, Canada
  6. Rammohan Rao, PhD, CAS, RAAP – California, USA
  7. Shekhar Annambhotla, BAMS, MD-Ayu, LMT, ERYT, RMAS – Pennsylvania, USA
  8. Suresh Swarnapuri, BAMS, MD-Ayu, RMAS – Ireland, Croatia
  9. Ram Tamang, BAMS, California, USA
  10. Pratibha Shah, BAMS, MD-Ayu, MPH – Massachusetts, USA
  11. Ashlesha Raut, BAMS, MD-Ayu, NC – Illinois, USA
  12. Jayarajan Kodikannath, BSc, BAMS, RAAP, Director, Kerala Ayurveda Academy, California, USA
  13. Paul Dugliss, MD, RAC – Maine, Director, New World Ayurveda, Maine,USA
  14. Anupama Kizhakkeveettil, BAMS, MAOM, PhD (C) – California, USA
  15. Jayagopal Parla, BAMS, MD-Ayu, MAOM (C) – California, USA
  16. Prashanth Shivarudraiah, BAMS, MD-Ayu, PhD-Ayu, RMAS, Director, ARTH – Ayurvedic Health Center, Bangalore, India
  17. Vijay Jain, MD, FCCP, RAAP, Medical Director, Amrit Yoga Institute, Salts Springs, Florida, USA
  18. Ajit Singh, BAMS, Director, Planet Ayurveda, Oakland, New Zealand
  19. Nitin Shah, BAMS, MD-Ayu, Director, Goodlife Ayurveda, Toronto, Canada
  20. Tanuja Nesari, BAMS, MD-Ayu, PhD-Ayu, Academic Director, Shri Bramha Prakash Charak Ayurveda Mahavidyalaya, Dabur Khera, New Delhi, India
  21. Jageswar Nath Mishra, PhD-Ayu, Chair, Global AYUSH Council and Secreatary, Bharat Seva Sansthan, Lucknow, India