During these two modules, students will practice the knowledge they have acquired as part of treatment. Each student will be entrusted with some patients (between three and five) and will have to take the history of each one. For that a form will be provided, but the student will still have to implement all the knowledge acquired. Then head practitioner, in the presence of the student, will establish the diagnosis and decide on the treatment to follow and its stages. The student will discuss the treatment with the head practitioner in order to understand how the conclusions were reached and will study the logic of the approach that allows the head practitioner to make a decision about the treatment. Then the student takes care of the therapeutic follow-up with the patients and carries out the prescribed care: yoga, pranayama, medications, food, procedures, massages. The student will be in personal contact with the patients, thanks to which the student can observe the changes to and evolution in the patient’s state of health. On the basis of these observations, the student makes a daily report to the head practitioner and discusses the patient’s illness and its evolution. The note-taking done for the follow-up with the patient is revisited after the module in order to write a report about the entire experience. These two weeks of practical training will give the student a solid self-confidence in the care of patients. It is also on this occasion that the student will learn the indications and contraindications of the elements of the treatment. Management of ailments that cannot be cured by natural procedures is not part of this learning, nor is surgery. All care will be provided in accordance with natural therapies without any intervention into the subcutaneous tissues or blood vessels. Only plants, food and drinks allowed by European laws will be used. Physical exercises, breathing, massage, Panchakarma techniques, meditation and explanations for the consultation will also be used.