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Ethics, scopes and rules

Ethics, scopes and rules

The vision and genesis of SAMA, its clinical values and objectives, the history of the school as well as the values and objectives of the school detailed.here under support the training objectives of SAMA.


Whether for full professional training or for an introduction to this system of millennial knowledge, it is in respect of the holistic approach and the pure tradition of Ayurveda that the professional school of SAMA is destined to promote quality training in the Swiss regulatory framework and in compliance with WHO guidelines.

Passionate about the teaching of Ayurveda, SAMA teachers make every effort to transmit to their students this medical art, in its various dimensions and in all its scope within each degree of training.

The Ethical Charter has been drawn up to guide SAMA in its action in the service of its mission.

The General Conditions have been developed with a concern for transparency in order to facilitate the administrative procedures and establish a harmonious contractual relationship between pupils and the school.


train therapists *, practitioners * and doctors * in Ayurveda who are able to

provide effective professional work upon graduation

have a deep understanding of the principles of Ayurveda, while knowing and respecting its strengths and limitations

to offer their clients a structured, effective, adequate, differentiated and adapted clinical practice adapted to Western realities while respecting the fundamental principles of this medical system

ensure the quality of their work, knowing where to find professional advice

to collaborate effectively with other actors in our healthcare system and to represent L'Ayurveda with respect to their clients, the public and the authorities

To achieve these objectives:

Teachers do not stop training and deepen their theoretical and practical knowledge and take on a clinical activity alongside teaching

course content focuses on the transmission and acquisition of competencies that are strictly evaluated through intermediate and final examinations

the number of students per batch and per teacher is limited

SAMA collaborates closely with leading Ayurvedic institutions in India

Teachers discuss course content with Indian physicians, who are experienced teachers

the school organizes practical training courses at partner institutions in India

Its training meets the criteria issued by the reference bodies for complementary insurance: APTN, RME and ASCA. The school is actively committed to the recognition and promotion of high Ayurveda standards in terms of the new professions under the OrTra TC and the OdA AM.

* Please note that the male form used throughout the site and in all SAMA documents refers to both women and men. The masculine gender is used without discrimination and for the sole purpose of simplifying the reading of the text.

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