Ayurveda attracts foreign practitioners to India

 Ayurveda attracts foreign practitioners to India

Team L&M

Foreseeing a reverse trend, Ayurveda practitioners from foreign nations are visiting India to study traditional Ayurveda. Ayushakti Ayurved, pioneers of authentic ancient treatment methods in India having a global presence since past 31 years is all set to host a hi-level international delegation of Ayurveda practitioners from USA, UK, Germany, Austria, Holland and Australia from October 14 to October 19 in the country.

The theme of programme was Basics of Pulse Reading & Herbal Pharmacology which facilitated visits to herbal gardens, training/workshops at Goa Ayushakti Centre on pulse reading and ayurveda, induction at spice garden and exchange of interactive educational discourses with the team and research analysts of Ayushakti Ayurved. Around 10 resource persons and international practitioners from renowned institutes of the countries were a part of this exchange programme.

For the past 31 years, Ayushakti Ayurved, headquartered in Mumbai, India has been serving people worldwide with its proven herbal remedies and authentic ancient detox (panchkarma) treatment methods.

Vaidya Smita Naram, the founder of Ayushakti Ayurved and world renowned Ayurveda expert, said, “My purpose of life is to help millions of people across the world and only way to reach out to those people is by training doctors &practitioners across the world. This education week brought doctors, naturopaths, ayurveda practitioners from USA, Australia Germany, UK, Austria & Netherlands who hadover 10-15 years of experience with Ayushakti. With practical training sessions of Ayushakti Ayurveda, they could go deeper into the knowledge of Pulse Reading and hone their skills to accurately diagnose the physical or mental concerns faced by the patients.”

Jo Formosa, participant from Health Dynamics(Australia), shared, “I have been practicing Ayushakti way of Ayurveda from the past 10 Years. The one week workshop, helped me learn Pulse reading, the importance of herbs and what is in the herbs, also how to teach pulse reading. This workshop aided me to have more clarity with pulse readings of my clients and gave me a better structure to train my team and more knowledge of the herbs, and its positive impact on one’s health conditions.”


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