Aromatherapy Certification Course Payment Plan


By taking this course, you will learn how essential oils were used historically for a variety of conditions that we now call by names such as: arthritis, circulation problems, edema, headaches, inflammation, joint pain, muscle soreness, joints sprains, stress, and more. The course covers more than 56 essential oils. You will study ten of the most essential categories of information on each oil. Diploma/Certificate of Completion: Certified Aromatherapist (CA). Click on “more information” and then the blue words in the bottom right corner of the listing that say “10 payments of $75.00” to enroll using a payment plan.

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These include its common and Latin names, general properties (such as stimulant or relaxant), precautions, historical physiological and psychological applications, oils that can serve as possible substitutions, oils with which it blends well, a description of its scent, for which skin types it is appropriate, and the classification of the “note” (a measure of the rate of evaporation of the oil.) Credit Hours: 140; 301: Introduction to Aromatherapy – 12 Credits; 301A: Aromatherapy Charts & Guides – 32 Credits; 301B: Spiritual Aromatherapy – 32 Credits; 301C: Aromatherapy Preparations and Formulas – 32 Credits; 301D: Case Studies in Aromatherapy – 32 Credits. If you enroll in this class as an individual class then upon completion of the program, you will be awarded a diploma as a Certified Aromatherapist (CA). If you are enrolled as a Naturopathic Doctorate student you will receive an ND after you complete all your courses and a certificate of completion for this one. If you are in the ND program and would like to work towards a second degree in this class please register for a Bachelors or Masters Degree upgrade on this page.

Price: $750.00

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Balance Through Temperament & Typology


In the tradition of Galen’s Four Humors and Steiner’s Four Temperaments we explore how the idea of temperament and type can assist you in the balance of the emotions, body and spirit. In this class we will explore over 46 different typology systems and how they relate to the four temperament system, the Unani Tibb system of temperaments, and the usage and application of the temperaments in nutrition, herbology, homeopathy, relationships, teaching and more. Diploma/Certificate of Completion: Certified Temperament Consultant (CTC). To enroll using a payment plan click on the “More Details” link (or scroll down if you already did that) and then click on the “10 Payments of $62.00” to enroll.

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There is a small monthly fee for enrolling with the payment plan option. Using the payment plan option you will pay $620.00 instead of $575.00. Credit Hours: 136; 801: Introduction to Typology – 12 Credits; 801A: The Humors in World Healing – 35 Credits; 801B: History of Typology and Temperament; 801C: Unani Tibb and the Four Humors – 35 Credits; 801D: The Four Humors in Art and Literature – 12 Credits; 801E: Usage and Application of the Four Humors – 42 Credits. If you enroll in this class as an individual class then upon completion of the program, you will be awarded a diploma as a Certified Temperament Consultant (CTC). If you are enrolled as a Naturopathic Doctorate student you will receive an ND after you complete all your courses and a certificate of completion for this one. If you are in the ND program and would like to work towards a second degree in this class please register for a Bachelors or Masters Degree upgrade on this page.

Price: $620.00

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Homeopathic Certification Course Payment Plan


The principle of “like can cure like” was the basis of Homeopathy through history. The principles and practice of Homeopathy have remained largely unchanged since its introduction some 200 years ago. Students in this course start by learning the basics and some of the more common homeopathic supports used today. Students then continue on to master more advanced concepts in homeopathy such as advanced case taking, homeopathic constitutions, interactive cases, preparations, first aid and more. Diploma/Certificate of Completion: Certified Homeopath (CH). Click on “more information” and then click on the link in the lower right side of this listing that says “10 payments of $125.00” to register using a payment plan.

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Credit Hours: 327; 603: Introduction to Homeopathy – 35 Credits; 603A: Basic Case Taking – 35 Credits; 603B: Advanced Case Taking – 45 Credits; 603C: Constitutional Cases – 35 Credits; 603D: Sample and Interactive Cases – 35 Credits; 604: History of Homeopathy – 12 Credits; 604A: Historical Recipes for Homeopathic Support – 35 Credits; 604B: Basic Case Taking – 12 Credits; 604C: Commonly Used Historical Remedies & Materia Medica – 48 Credits; 604D: First Aid in Homeopathy – 35 Credits. If you enroll in this class as an individual class then upon completion of the program, you will be awarded a diploma as a Certified Homeopoath (CH). If you are enrolled as a Naturopathic Doctorate student you will receive an ND after you complete all your courses and a certificate of completion for this one. If you are in the ND program and would like to work towards a second degree in this class please register for a Bachelors or Masters Degree upgrade on this page.

Price: $1,250.00

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Iridology Certification Course Payment Plan


This course includes both beginning and advanced Iridology concepts. The iris of the eye is comprised of many thousands of individual fibres, amongst which are located nerve endings linked directly to the brain. Iridology is a useful tool to any developing consultant or current professional wishing to provide a truly personalized and holistic service to their clients. Iridology is used as part of the interpretation repertoire that can complement both natural and orthodox medicine. Iridology interpretation of the physical body is safe, gentle, and non-invasive. Diploma/Certificate of Completion: Certified Iridologist (CIR). Click on “More Information” and then the link on the lower right part of the listing that says “10 payments of $125.00” to enroll using a payment plan.

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Iridology requires none of the inconveniences of undressing, taking blood, giving urine, or drinking unpleasant fluid. In iridology, every part of the body that is supplied with nerves has its corresponding reflex area on the iris of the eye, allowing us to interpret the organs and tissues in that sector. Iris signs can be interpreted by the trained iridologist to provide information about the client’s general constitution and their genetic susceptibility to particular imbalances. Credit Hours: 371; 501:Introduction to Iridology – 32 Credits; 501A: International Charts and Visuals – 24 Credits; 501B: Body Systems and Anatomy – 45 Credits; 501C: The Brain – 24 Credits; 501D: Advanced Markings – 45 Credits; Practicum in Iridology – 24 Credits; 502: Introduction to Advanced Iridology – 12 Credits; 502A: Rayid Iridology – 32 Credits; 502B: Personality Types in Iridology – 32 Credits; 501C: Left and Right Brain in Iridology – 24 Credits; 502D: Four Temperament Markers in Iridology – 32 Credits; 502E: Specific Markings in Iridology – 45 Credits. ). If you enroll in this class as an individual class then upon completion of the program, you will be awarded a diploma as a Certified Iridologist (CIR). If you are enrolled as a Naturopathic Doctorate student you will receive an ND after you complete all your courses and a certificate of completion for this one. If you are in the ND program and would like to work towards a second degree in this class please register for a Bachelors or Masters Degree upgrade on this page.

Price: $1,250.00

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Master Herbalist Certification Course Payment Plans


This course provides a comprehensive overview and understanding of the distinction of organic and inorganic substances and their effect on the human body. The use of herbs in the restoration of balance and well-being will be studied. The four classifications of herbs, descriptions of their properties, actions, effects and applications for physical and emotional balance and well-being will be studied in this course to provide a classic background in traditional herbology. You will learn how to prepare herbs & how to take them. You will learn how to prepare powerful tinctures, children’s syrups, salves and more. Over 30 different methods are described in this course. Diploma/Certificate of Completion: Master Herbalist (MH). Click on “more information” and then click on the blue writing in the bottom right of this listing that says “10 payments of $125.00” to enroll using a payment plan.

 


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This course discusses how herbs have historically been used for first aid situations such as bleeding, burns, fevers, colds, anxiety and other urgent care situations. This class will also highlight focus areas of herbal well-being such as herbs for women, herbs for children, herbs for men and more. Credit Hours: 458: 201: Herbal Preparations – 24 Credits; 201A: World Views – 24 Credits; 201B: Basic Preparations – 32 Credits; 201C: Simple Formulas – 12 Credits; 202: Herbal First Aid – 12 Credits; 202A: Foundations of First Aid – 12 Credits; 202B: Creating a First Aid Kit – 12 Credits; 202C: Herbs for Infectious Diseases in History – 24 Credits; 203: Herbs for Women – 32 Credits; 203A: Materia Medica for Women – 32 Credits; 203B: Herbs for Pregnancy – 12 Credits; 203C: Herbs for Beauty and Cosmetics – 24 Credits; 204: Herbal Well-Being – 18 Credits; 204A: Introduction to Herbs – 32 Credits; 204B: Herbal Profiles – 32 Credits; 204C: Alchemy and Herbalism – 24 Credits; 204D: Advanced Herbal Preparations – 32 Credits; 204E: Herbal Combinations and Formulas – 32 Credits; 204F: Belief Systems and Herbal Balance – 24 Credits; 204G: History of Herbal Healing – 12 Credits

Price: $1,250.00

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Naturopathic Series Payment Plan

This payment plan allows you to enroll as a full time student in the Naturopathic Series Course and receive all your class materials after your first payment. For details on the Naturopathic Series Course please visit the Naturopathy page. Note: There is a maintenance fee on all payment plans. By opting for the payment plan option you are paying $3,750.00 for the series of classes instead of $3,500.00. Click on the blue highlighted text that says “15 Payments of $250.00” to be taken to the payment plan page. Note that the price shows as $0.00 because you are using an outside link to register for a payment plan and are not using the cart feature. To pay using a payment plan click on the “more information” button and then click on the blue link that says “15 payments of 250.00”.

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This Ph.D.Course in Traditional Naturopathy includes all the natural well-being classes you need to earn your doctorate. Classes include: Anatomy, 101: Nutritional Balance, 201: Herbal Preparations, 202: Herbal First Aid, 203: Herbs for Women, 204: Herbal Well-Being, 301: Aromatherapy, 401: Reflexology, 501: Beginning, 502: Advanced Iridology, 601: Homeopathic Case Taking, 602: Homeopathic Consulting, 702: Legal and Ethical Consultations, 801: Balance Through Temperaments and Typology. For more detailed information on individual classes please read the descriptions of each individual course. Diploma/Certificate of Completion: Doctorate in Traditional Naturopathy, Traditional Naturopath. If you would like additional degrees in a specific classes instead of certificates of completion you can register for a Bachelors or Masters upgrade in the course(s) you want to focus on.

Price: $3,750.00

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Unani Tibb Certification Course Payment Plan


The theories and historical impact of the medicine of Avicenna/Islamic medicine is on the verge of becoming as popular as people studying the theories and historical impact of Chinese medicine in the West -and mostly outside of the Middle Eastern community. Avicenna, the cornerstone in the Middle Eastern healing movement was heavily influenced by Chinese, Greek and Ayurvedic healers and wrote the Canon of Medicine which was the most widely studied work of medicine in Europe from the 12th to the 17th century. Diploma/Certificate of Completion: Unani Tibb. To pay using a payment plan click on the “more information” button and then click on the blue link that says “15 payments of 176.67”.

 

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Avicenna’s methods, which draw from traditional texts, Chinese medicine, Ayurvedic medicine and the medicine of Hippocrates has been refined and expounded on for the past 1000 years by prominent healers to produce a masterful system of healing which is filled with inspired and original ideas as well as a synthesis of all healing traditions from the East. This course includes all of the Medicine of Avicenna individual courses: 101: History of Greek, Roman & Arab Medicine ; 202: History & Influence of Arab Medicine ; 303: Typology of Avicenna; 404: Theory in Islamic Medicine; 505: Herbs of the Hadith; 606: Herbs of the Holy Books; 707: Herbs of the Arab World; 808: Aromatherapy and Spiritual Healing; 909: Herbal Preparations; 110: Healing with Prayer; 111: Traditional Healing of the East; 112: Putting it All Together: Case Studies and Modern Challenges.

Price: $2,650.00

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