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25 Year Anniversary of the Maharishi AyurVeda Health Centre in Bad Ems, Germany
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4 June 2018
25 years ago Lothar Pirc and Dr. Karin Pirc founded the Maharishi AyurVeda Health Centre in Bad Ems, Germany, which recently celebrated its silver jubilee. Over the years the Centre has expanded from 9 staff to 90 staff members, and treated almost 27,000 people, healing many from chronic diseases.
The health centre is located in the former palace of Emperor Wilhelm I. For more than 2,000 years there have been hot springs for drinking and bathing in the area.
200 invited guests attended the celebration including the mayor of Bad Ems, district commissioner, member of parliament, Consul General from India, and Dr. Ulrich Bauhofer, President of the German Association for Ayurveda (DGA).
It was announced that Dr. Karin Pirc's son Aurel, who is also a medical doctor, will be her successor for the medical services of the clinic.
Clinic patients include dignitaries from all over the world.
The Health Centre is offering job and training opportunities to become treatment technicians.
Please contact Lothar.Pirc@Ayurveda-BadEms.de
Global Good News will continue to report on this milestone anniversary of the Maharishi AyurVeda Health Centre - Bad Ems.
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