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Lebanon: Health professionals training in Maharishi Ayur-Veda to offer evidence-based approach to integrative medicine
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20 November 2010
The upcoming training course in Lebanon—Ayurveda For Health Professionals: Principles of Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment in Maharishi Ayurveda—is designed to give heath professionals practical skills and knowledge required in the changing environment of modern health care.
The course announcement describes how Maharishi Ayurveda—the comprehensive and modern formulation of the world's oldest system of natural health care—answers to the need for 'integrative medicine' approaches that are both evidence-based and supported by published scientific research.
Phase I begins 3 December in Beirut, and is offered to health professionals throughout the Middle East. Please see Part I of this article, which gives an overview of the course. The course description continues:
The changing environment of health care is now placing greater emphasis on integrative approaches to treating patients. These approaches have the potential to improve the health of a large number of patients, while reducing overall health care costs. However, it's important that physicians and other health care providers incorporate integrative practices that are evidence-based and supported in the published literature. This course will present an evidence-based approach to integrative medicine, providing training in the time-tested and practical approaches of Maharishi Ayurveda.
Upon completion of this introductory course, participants should be able to:
∙ Integrate fundamental principles and practical procedures of Maharishi Ayurveda into their healthcare practice.
∙ Understand the relationship between consciousness and health and discuss peer-reviewed published research on Maharishi Ayurveda, including the Transcendental Meditation® Technique.
∙ Increase their own stress tolerance, overall well-being, and job satisfaction and reduce symptoms of fatigue and burnout through personalized self-care programmes including the practice of Transcendental Meditation.
∙ Evaluate a patient's constitutional type (Prakriti) and underlying patterns of imbalance (Vikriti) through Ayurvedic principles of diagnosis.
∙ Apply the fundamentals of Maharishi Ayurveda pulse diagnosis (Nadi Vigyan) in clinical practice.
∙ Utilize Ayurvedic principles to optimize digestive health and nutrition; restore biological rhythms through daily and seasonal behavioural regimens; and promote longevity through anti-ageing modalities.
∙ Instruct patients in personalized self-care programmes, including individualized dietary, behavioural, exercise, and detoxification regimens and methods of stress management
∙ Prescribe Ayurvedic herbal food supplements to enliven the self-repair and healing mechanisms of the body, to promote wellness and prevent disease.
∙ Implement multi-modality clinical protocols to address a wide range of common chronic conditions encountered in medical practice.
'The Maharishi Ayurveda training program has broadened my assessment abilities, taught me new educational methods for my patients, and allowed me to offer better treatment results.' — Edwin Shockney, PhD; board-certified specialist in pain management, trauma, and behavioral health, Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA
Offered jointly by the Maharishi Ayurveda Association of Lebanon and the International Training Centre of Maharishi College of Perfect Health, Netherlands, this introductory course beginning 3 December is Phase I of a planned thorough and extensive training programme to become an expert in Maharishi Ayurveda.
For further information and to apply for the training course, please contact:
Maharishi Ayurveda Association of Lebanon - Beirut, Lebanon
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