In 2015, NAMA introduced the Professional Ayurvedic Continuing Education (PACE) initiative as a part of our association’s ongoing work to ensure the professional growth and success of Ayurveda in the United States.
NAMA professional members agree to obtain continuing education credits in order to deepen their knowledge and their skills current.
NAMA professional members are required to earn the following credits every two years.
Current professional members have until December 31, 2017 to satisfy their continuing education requirements for the current PACE cycle.
How to Earn PACE Credits
Professional Members have three paths for earning PACE credits:
- NAMA PACE Provider Programs ~ Recommended PACE programs offered directly by NAMA PACE Providers, either live or online. Click here for the listing.
- Non-Listed Topics in Ayurveda Programs ~ Members may earn credits from any non-listed course in Ayurveda of their choosing. Click here to submit credits.
- Non-Listed Other Topics in Wellness Programs ~ Up to 30% of required credits may be earned from non-listed programs in topics such as Western herbalism, Chinese Medicine, CPR, etc. Learn more here.
How to Track Your Credits
Want to see how many credits you have so far? Log into your member profile and click the "professional development" icon ... or simply click here and log in.
Note: Don't worry if you see credits for other professional member levels. Credits for your level (e.g. Ayurvedic Health Counselor) are the only ones relevant to you.
Become a PACE Provider
Are you an experience trainer and educator offering workshops, seminars and courses for Ayurveda professionals? Become a PACE Provider to publicize your courses to NAMA Professional Members. Learn more.
Have Other Questions About the PACE Program?
Read the Frequently Asked Questions
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