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Upcoming Maharishi Ayurveda courses geared toward health professionals
by Global Good News staff writer
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10 April 2012
The International Training Centre for Maharishi Ayur-Veda in MERU, Holland recently announced a range of upcoming courses for individuals who are interested in learning more about the ancient and holistic medical system of Ayurveda.
These include a course in Maharishi Yoga Asanas, a basic Ayurveda course, and, since diet is crucial to health, a Vedic cooking course.
For health professionals who are interested in expanding their medical knowledge to include natural health care systems like the ancient science of Ayurveda, the International Training Centre is offering a special series of three levels of training courses.
Dr Girishi Momaya, who organizes the courses in MERU, added that they are 'for those who are already in the profession of health, either doctors or in various fields related to public health' and 'who are interested in Maharishi's Vedic Approach to Health.'
He explained that three types of courses will be taught, all at the training centre's campus in MERU, Holland.
The first course is the Basic Seminar for Health Professionals. It is for all health professionals who want to expand the scope and effectiveness of their health care practice. Participants will develop practical skills for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of common diseases that can be immediately applied in their clinical practice. This introductory seminar is the first phase of a planned thorough and extensive training programme to become an expert in Maharishi Ayur-Veda.
No prior knowledge or training in Maharishi Ayur-Veda is required to take the Basic Seminar, as the course itself will provide even the most basic knowledge. For this seminar, practising Transcendental Meditation is recommended but not required.
The Basic Seminar will occur twice: 17-22 May, and again 21-26 September.
The next course is the Advanced Seminar 1, which has been specially designed for all those health professionals (doctors, naturopaths, and consultants) who have received some basic training in Maharishi Ayur-Veda in the past, and who want now to update their knowledge and clinical skills to increase the effectiveness of their medical practice.
The third course, and most advanced offered so far, is the Advanced Seminar 2. It is for those health professionals who have already taken the Advanced Seminar 1. This course will take place 3-15 June.
Dr Momaya added, 'The Advanced Seminar 2 will deepen all the knowledge learned in Seminar 1, including Nadi Vigyan [Ayurvedic pulse diagnosis], and focus on principles of clinical diagnosis and therapy, including Dravyaguna [herbal medicine], with patient demonstrations.'
To make reservations, interested individuals can use the website: www.globalcountrycourses.com/events.
In conclusion, Dr Momaya said, 'This training will be to enliven the body's inner intelligence to bring balance, harmony, well-being, and good health through prevention in using Maharishi's Vedic Approach to Health.'
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