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Switzerland: Bachelor of Science in Maharishi Vedic Medicine now available at Maharishi University of Vedic Medicine
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14 June 2010
Maharishi University of Vedic Medicine in Switzerland is pleased to announce a new Bachelor of Science in Maharishi Vedic Medicine, a three-year full-time or five-year part-time programme.
Maharishi Vedic Medicine is the timeless Vedic Approach to Health brought to light by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi in conjunction with leading experts in Ayurvedic medicine and modern medicine. Online part-time programmes are available.
Maharishi Vedic Medicine, a complete, natural prevention-oriented health care system, includes diagnosis and treatment modalities to bring mind, body, and behaviour in tune with Natural Law for the natural prevention of disease and the promotion of longevity and perfect health.
The benefits of Maharishi Vedic Medicine have been validated by scientific research studies conducted in independent universities and research institutions around the world.
Courses in the Bachelor of Science include every aspect of Ayurvedic knowledge and practice including:
* Pulse diagnosis
* Diet, digestion, and nutrition
* Herbal preparations
* Ayurvedic daily and seasonal routines
* Physiological purification and rejuvenation therapy
* Ayurvedic Anatomy and Physiology, with full-scale computer controlled transparent model of Vedic physiology
* Ayurvedic texts and Sanskrit language
* Yoga Asanas and Pranayam [postures and breathing exercises]
* Transcendental Meditation and its Advanced Techniques.
Global Good News will feature further information about the curriculum of Maharishi University of Vedic Medicine in the coming days.
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