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Lebanon: Distinguished faculty to lead Maharishi Ayur-Veda training for Middle East health professionals
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20 November 2010
Faculty of the upcoming training course in Lebanon—Ayurveda For Health Professionals: Principles of Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment in Maharishi Ayurveda—are international experts in Maharishi Ayurveda health care, with many years experience in this comprehensive, modern formulation of the world's oldest system of natural health care. The Curriculum Development committee includes leading experts in the major disciplines of modern medicine, with extensive training in Maharishi Ayurveda and in applying its many modalities in modern health care practice.
Starting 3 December in Beirut, the course is offered to health professionals from throughout the Middle East. Please see Part I, Part II, Part III, and Part IV of this article.
The course outline describes the distinguished faculty:
∙ Walter Mölk, MD, Family medicine, International Deputy Director, Department of Health of Maharishi College of Perfect Health, the Netherlands. Dr. Mölk is also founder and president of the Austrian Society of Ayurvedic Medicine and founding medical director of the first Maharishi Ayurveda health clinic in Austria, and has more than 20 years of experience in teaching Maharishi Ayurveda training courses for health professionals worldwide.
∙ Vaidya Pratmesh Vyas will join in teaching the second half of the course. He belongs to a family of five generations of Vaidyas (expert Ayurvedic physicians in India). His grandfather was a royal physician in the state of Jabalpur. He received his graduation in Ayurvedic medicine and postgraduation in Kayachikitsa (internal medicine) from Nagpur University. In addition he received a postgraduate diploma in Ayurvedic education from Rajasthan Ayurvedic University, Jodhpur. He has been practising five years in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan and five years in Nagpur. Since 2007 Dr. Vyas has practised Maharishi Ayurveda at Maharishi Vedic University in Vlodrop, Holland and is continuing to lecture in Ayurveda Colleges in India.
Curriculum Development Committee
The international health department of Maharishi College of Perfect Health in the Netherlands has developed the basis for these new training courses, which are now offered to health professionals worldwide. Under the guidance of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, a distinguished faculty of Vedic scholars, including experts in all the traditional branches of Vedic medicine, with the collaboration of medical specialists in the major disciplines of modern medicine have developed a complete postgraduate training programme.
Earlier versions of the courses have already been taught in the last two decades with great success to thousands of physicians worldwide. The groundbreaking discovery of Prof Tony Nader, MD, PhD* that the human physiology is the expression of the Veda and the Vedic Literature, forms the foundation for this curriculum, which integrates in a unique way objective and subjective approaches in medicine, creating a bridge between objective modern science and subjective ancient Vedic science.
In addition to an International Council of leading Vaidyas from India, the Curriculum Development Committee includes:
∙ Rainer Picha, MD, Cardiologist, International Director, Department of Health of Maharishi College of Perfect Health, the Netherlands
∙ Walter Mölk, MD (see above)
∙ Robert Keith Wallace, PhD, Professor and Chairman of the Department of Physiology and Health at Maharishi University of Management USA and International Deputy Director, Department of Health of Maharishi College of Perfect Health, the Netherlands
∙ Robert Schneider, MD, FACC, FABMR, Director, Institute of Natural Medicine and Prevention and Dean, Maharishi College of Perfect Health at Maharishi University of Management.
∙ Stuart Rothenberg, MD, FAAFP, National Director of Health Professional Training of Maharishi Ayurveda Association of America, founding medical director of the first Maharishi Ayurveda health clinics in the United States
∙ Richard Averbach, MD, FAAFP, Co-Director of Health Professional Training, Maharishi Ayurveda Association of America
∙ Gary Kaplan, MD, PhD, Associate Professor of Clinical Neurology, New York University School of Medicine
''This course provides valuable information that you can easily put into practice, not only in your medical clinic, but also in your daily life.'' — Kulreet Chaudhary, MD; Medical Director, Wellspring Neurology Center at Scripps Memorial Hospital, La Jolla, CA, USA
The course description explains that this introductory course is Phase I of a planned thorough and extensive training programme in Maharishi Ayurveda, which will require over 1,500 hours of classroom theory and practical teaching, professional examinations, and about 500 hours of internship training. The final degree will be a Master's degree or postgraduate diploma in Maharishi Ayurveda.
The programme is offered jointly by the Maharishi Ayurveda Association of Lebanon and the International Training Centre of Maharishi College of Perfect Health, Netherlands.
For further information and to apply for Phase I, please contact:
Maharishi Ayurveda Association of Lebanon - Beirut, Lebanon
Global Good News will continue to feature more about the knowledge of Maharishi Ayur-Veda health care, which will be featured in the upcoming health professionals course in the Middle East.
* On the basis of this historic discovery under Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's guidance, Prof Nader was honoured by Maharishi in October 2000 as Maharaja Adhiraj Rajaraam, First Ruler of the Global Country of World Peace.
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