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Lebanon: Maharishi Ayur-Veda training will give health professionals solid foundation in diagnosis, prevention, treatment
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20 November 2010
A training course in Lebanon—Ayurveda For Health Professionals: Principles of Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment in Maharishi Ayurveda—will provide a solid foundation of theoretical and practical knowledge of Maharishi Ayurveda—the comprehensive and modern formulation of the world's oldest system of natural health care—covering the basic principles of diagnosis, prevention, and treatment.
Phase I begins 3 December in Beirut, and is offered to health professionals from throughout the Middle East. Please see Part I and Part II of this article.
The course description includes a full range of Course Topics and Clinical Protocols:
Course Topics, Block 1
∙ Maharishi Ayurveda: Overview, origin, research and case reports
∙ Unified Field-based medicine: Correlations with modern quantum physics
∙ The role of Vata, Pitta, and Kapha in the physiology
∙ Maharishi Ayurveda pulse diagnosis (Nadi Vigyan), Part 1
∙ Veda and Ayurveda: the holistic foundation of Maharishi Ayurveda, Part 1
∙ Normalizing biological rhythms through balanced behavioural regimens, including Vedic exercise, Part 1
∙ Maharishi Ayurvedic approach to anti-ageing medicine
∙ The role of consciousness for prevention and treatment of disease: Origin, practice, and research on the Transcendental Meditation Technique.
∙ Optimizing digestive health and elimination, Part 1
∙ Personalized approach to nutrition and dietetics, Part 1
∙ Ayurvedic diagnostic approach, including assessment of individual mind-body type (Prakriti)
∙ Clinical workshop on diagnosis of mind-body type (Prakriti)
∙ Ayurvedic herbal food supplements including spices and home remedies, Part 1
∙ Clinical protocols for common digestive disorders
∙ Course summary and final exam
Course Topics, Block 2
Block 2 gives further knowledge of topics covered in Block 1, including Veda and Ayurveda, pulse diagnosis, digestive health, nutrition and dietetics, balanced behavioural regimens, and herbal food supplements—as well as the following topics:
∙ Total Heart Health : a model holistic programme
∙ Physiological purification and detoxification procedures (Pancha Karma)
∙ Ayurvedic diagnostic approach including assessment of underlying patterns of imbalance (Vikriti)
∙ Clinical workshop on assessment of imbalance (Vikriti)
∙ Clinical protocols for cardiovascular disorders, mental health, and headache.
'I'll never think of taking a patient's pulse the same way again. Maharishi Ayurveda has changed the way I think about medicine.' — David Hubbard, MD; Neurologist and Director, Applied fMRI Institute, San Diego, California, USA
Clinical Protocols, Phase 1
Course participants will learn clinical protocols for addressing the following disorders from the perspective of Maharishi Ayurveda:
∙ Digestive disorders, including GERD, IBS, chronic constipation, and other functional digestive conditions
∙ Cardiovascular disorders, including hypertension and coronary heart disease
∙ Mental/emotional disorders, including anxiety, depression, and sleep disorders
∙ Tension headache, migraine headache
Planned Topics for Blocks 3 and 4
∙ Respiratory disorders, including allergic rhinitis/sinusitis, asthma, URI/pharyngitis, and chronic bronchitis.
∙ Women's health disorders including menstrual disorders and menopausal syndrome
∙ Obesity and hypercholesterolemia
∙ Endocrine disorders, including diabetes and thyroid disorders
∙ Chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia
∙ Musculoskeletal disorders, including osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and chronic back pain
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, please contact:
Maharishi Ayurveda Association of Lebanon - Beirut, Lebanon
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