Readers should not presume that all of the products/services mentioned on the website are available for prescription or dispensing in Australia. The uses and indications of these herbal products mentioned in the website are rooted on historical claims over the years and traditional Ayurvedic textbooks. These Ayurvedic medicines should not be used as self[1]medication or online purchase. Please note that these claims may not be supported by TGA. Ayurvedic medicines should not be taken without Ayurvedic Consultation. We at Deep Ayurveda , do not accept any legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, currency or completeness of the information provided.

To get positive effects Ayurvedic medicines and herbal products should be consumed or supplemented with appropriate diet and lifestyle modification. Ayurvedic medicine may be generally considered safe if consumed under the strict supervision of a qualified Ayurvedic Practitioner.

By no means do the services offered by Deep Ayurveda come under the term Medical Doctors and nor are our personnel or establishment registered with the Australian Medical Board.

The term doctor, if at all used on our site, refers to and represents only those individuals who have an Ayurveda Doctor’s qualification, recognized in India, after achieving the “Bachelor of Ayurveda Medicine & Surgery” (BAMS) which is an integrated undergraduate program that covers a wide range of subjects of traditional Ayurveda – in a medical science colleges recognized by the Ayush Ministry (Government of India). The five and a half year-long, full-time university study course also includes the one-year mandatory internship.

The BAMS qualification was earlier recognized in Australia as a naturopath by the VETASSESS governing body. VETASSESS is Australia’s largest skills assessment provider, authorized by the Australian Government. Ayurveda is currently recognized in Australia as a Complementary Health Medicine. Ayurveda Practitioners are governed by a Constitution and Professional Code of Conduct and Ethics for Non-Registered Health Practitioners in Australia.

Leading practitioners at Deep Ayurveda have Accredited Membership of –the Australasian Association of Ayurveda (AAA) or Australian Traditional Medicine Society (A.T.M.S.).

Reasonable attention has been given within the preparation of this website “Deep Ayurveda ”. Deep Ayurveda cannot warrant the accuracy of the data available in this website.

All content found on the Deep Ayurveda’s website, including:

Video, images or other formats were created for informational purposes only. The details available on this site isn’t intentional to be a replacement for professional diagnosis, treatment or medical advice and will not be considered that way.

Those who visit Deep Ayurveda clinic or website should:-

  • Always consult a qualified health practitioner with any questions you’ll have regarding a medical condition.
  • Never delay seeking medical advice, disregard professional medical advice or discontinue medical treatment just because something you have got to read on this website.
  • Deep Ayurveda’s website may contain health or medical-related materials or treatment information’s. If you discover these materials offensive, you’ll not want to use our site. the website and its contents are available on an “is as ” grounds.

Ayurveda Workshops by Deep Ayurveda

While the Ayurveda training program offered by Deep Ayurveda may provide valuable information and skills in natural therapies, it is important to note that it is not approved by the Registered Training Organisation (RTO) or the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA). Therefore, it is not recognized as an official qualification in the field.

Deep Ayurveda does not provide certification or accreditation for their training program. It is purely a workshop aimed at providing individuals with knowledge about Ayurveda and its benefits. It is important for individuals to understand this distinction before enrolling in the program.

Additionally, it is worth mentioning that the timing of appointments for consultations or workshops may be subject to change due to ongoing client consultations. It is advised for individuals to plan their schedule accordingly to avoid any inconvenience.


In view of possible human error or advances in medical knowledge, Deep Ayurveda cannot and doesn’t warrant that the information contained in our web pages is in every respect accurate or complete. Accordingly, Deep Ayurveda isn’t and cannot be held responsible or accountable for any errors or omissions which will be found in any of the information at this website.

Links provided in our website to other Internet websites are given for the user’s convenience and don’t warrant the information on those websites, or any related person, business, service or product.

Deep Ayurveda may make improvements and/or changes within the materials contained in or described on this website at any time.