The Australasian Association of Ayurveda Inc is a non-benefit association administered by its constitution. The AAA was first enrolled in South Australia on ninth February 1988 under the Association Incorporation Act 1985. In March 1994 the AAA was incorporated into the Schedule 1 of the Therapeutic Goods Administration. In October 1997 the AAA was enrolled with the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) as a National Organization. In October 1999 the AAA was spoken to by Dr. Krishna Kumar as the President of the Association in the National Industry Reference Group (IRG) in issues of Ayurveda under the administration of Mr. Leigh Blashki which prompted the national uniform standard of instruction of correlative and elective drug bringing about the National Health Training Package HLT02 under the organization of the National Training Authority (ANTA) working with the Community Services and Health (CS&H). In July 2000 upon portrayal by the AAA to the Minister of Health and Aging, the Hon. Dr. Michael Wooldridge, the AAA prevailing with regards to getting Ayurvedic solution perceived as a true blue arrangement of human services and got GST free status for administrations by the professionally qualified individuals from the Association. In 2005 when the time desired the audit of the National Health Training Package the AAA teamed up with the Community Services and Health (CS&H) in issues of Ayurveda that brought about the underwriting of the HLT07. Since 1997 AAA has been a functioning individual from the Federation of Natural and Traditional Therapists (FNTT). Since July 2007 the AAA has partaken in interviews/discourses at Consultation Forums for Private Health Insurance ; Proposal for Quality Assurance Requirements for Privately Insured Service thus since July 2009 accreditation rules have been presented by the Commonwealth of Australia in regards to new accreditation prerequisites for suppliers of wellbeing administrations secured by the private wellbeing safety net providers. In April 2009 the AAA was inspected by Benchmark Certification, Health Division Australia, in the interest of Medibank Private with an extremely satisfying outcome.