The Ayurvedic Professionals Association (APA) is here to help you understand simple aspects of Ayurveda and APA member locations within the UK. Entering your location details on the site map will indicate the closest APA member to you. If you are not sure which category of Ayurvedic professional is best suited to your needs the difference between member categories is explained under Member Types.
About This Website
This site has been designed to provide easy to understand information to help you decide to if including Ayurveda in your life is right for you without overwhelming detail.
The APA strongly believes in research and has initiated a research project, AMRIT.
About the APA
The APA is a non-profit, voluntary register for Ayurveda within the UK. The APA maintains a register of Ayurvedic professionals in the UK who are bound by the code of ethics set by the APA and have full insurance to practice.
The APA is a professional association and not an accrediting body of Ayurvedic courses. We are aware that there are many courses available, which offer training in Ayurveda, however it is outside the scope and ability of the APA to audit the courses available either in the UK or abroad.
The APA Executive Committee is made up of volunteers who generously give their time and expertise for the benefit of the association and Ayurveda. They are elected biannually.