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Dr Manohar, leading Ayurvedic physician, tours Japan
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24 December 2011
Dr Manohar Palakurthi, a leading Ayurvedic physician from India, traveled all over Japan in 2011. Dr Manohar spent two long periods of time in the country, leading courses and giving health consultations.
He visited eight different cities all across Japan and held Maharishi Ayurveda health consultations in each one. Those cities include Sapporo, Nasu, Yokohama, Shiga, Osaka, Hiroshima, Matsuyama, Fukuoka, and Tokyo. In total, Dr Manohar gave over 187 consultations.
Some areas Dr Manohar visited were among those affected by last year's devastating earthquake and tsunami, the damage still readily apparent even eight or nine months after the disaster hit. In fact these areas, perhaps because of the high stress level of their citizens, were especially receptive to the natural and holistic approach to health care in which Dr Manohar is an expert.
In addition to giving health consultations, Dr Manohar also found the time to teach an advanced course in Maharishi Ayurveda while he was in Japan.
At a beautiful facility, the national academy for the Transcendental Meditation Programme in Nasu, surrounded by pristine nature, Dr Manohar conducted phase four of a doctor's training course in Maharishi Ayurveda. This course is the most advanced Maharishi Ayurveda course in the world at this point because Japan was the first country to begin offering the physician training course.
This course is taught in Nasu every year with a group of physicians, traditional medical doctors, receiving instruction and training in order to become qualified Vaidyas, or experts, in Maharishi Ayurveda.
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