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Women's health expert to be keynote speaker at 3rd International Conference of Ayurvedic Professionals in North America
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10 August 2011
Nancy Lonsdorf, M.D., will be featured as a keynote speaker at the 3rd International Conference of AAPNA—the Association of Ayurvedic Professionals of North America—12-15 August in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. The conference this year is specifically devoted to ''Ayurveda for Women's Health''.
Named ''one of the nation's most prominent Ayurvedic doctors'' by the Chicago Tribune, Dr. Lonsdorf is an integrative physician, author, teacher and Ayurvedic specialist in women's health issues.
At the conference, Dr Lonsdorf will be speaking on ''Hormone Health and Balance after 40, with Ayurveda''. In a video which is posted on the conference website, she describes the significance of the conference, as well as the content of her presentation, in which she will be ''sharing seven secrets from Ayurveda, particularly for women, for how to stay healthy and youthful''.
Dr. Lonsdorf is formerly the medical director of The Raj Maharishi Ayurveda Health Spa, an award-winning Ayurvedic treatment center (2000-2005), and The Maharishi Ayurveda Medical Center in Washington D.C. (1987-2000), the first Ayurvedic medical clinic in the nation's capital.
She received her medical degree from the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and did her residency training in psychiatry at Stanford University. She trained in Ayurveda with leading Ayurvedic physicians and scholars in India, Europe and the United States.
Over the past twenty-four years of practice, she has treated 20,000 patients using Maharishi Ayurveda,* the natural health system from ancient India, along with nutritional approaches, in-depth coaching and conventional therapies.
Dr. Lonsdorf has special expertise in women's health and is author of The Ageless Woman: Natural Health and Beauty After Forty with Maharishi Ayurveda (MCD Century, May 2004), and its hardback version, A Woman's Best Medicine for Menopause: Your Personal Guide to Radiant Good Health Using Maharishi Ayurveda (McGraw-Hill, June 2002.) She has co-authored a best-selling Ayurvedic health guide for women of all ages entitled A Woman's Best Medicine: Health, Happiness and Long Life through Maharishi Ayur-Veda, published in 1995 by Tarcher/Putnam of New York.
Dr. Lonsdorf has served as a consultant and grant reviewer in complementary medicine for the National Institutes of Health, has lectured at leading medical institutions and is a frequently quoted expert whose work has been featured in numerous newspapers and magazines articles, as well as local and national media.
News of the conference and Dr Lonsdorf's keynote presentation has been announced on Ayurvedic medicine and women's health websites around the world.
The short video of Dr Lonsdorf speaking about Ayurveda and women's health may also be viewed by clicking here.
AAPNA's mission is to bring Ayurveda to the forefront of healing arts, so that it will be accepted and integrated as a key complementary science to modern health care.
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