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Maharishi Ayurveda expert travels Europe, lecturing about effective, natural approach to health care
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27 July 2013
Lothar Pirc, an expert in Maharishi Ayurveda* health care, travels regularly to conferences worldwide to talk about the effectiveness of its natural, holistic approach to restoring balance and preventing disease. Recently, he spoke at several events in Europe.
In 2006, having successfully established the Maharishi Ayurveda Health Centre in Bad Ems, Germany, Mr Pirc shifted his focus to creating collective health. Since that time, he has been traveling the world to promote Maharishi Ayurveda and to familiarize doctors and Ayurveda practitioners with the advantages, wealth of knowledge, and scientific research that is available in this field.
To that end, Mr Pirc recently traveled in Ukraine, Serbia, and Germany. In Ukraine, he met with top professors and also gave a press conference which was broadcast live to other cities in the country.
He gave a talk at the Yoga Festival Berlin to more than 400 people. This is the leading yoga event in Germany and he was invited by the organizers to present about the similarities between Maharishi Ayurveda and Yoga. He has spoken on this theme at a recent conference in India, based on a paper—'Enlightenment: The Goal of Yoga and Ayurveda - From Philosophy to Science'—written by Karin Pirc, MD, PhD, Jeremy Fields, PhD, and himself and published in the Light on Ayurveda journal.
One of the larger events Mr Pirc has attended recently was an International Symposium on Mind/Body Medicine in Ayurveda. In all, about 350 doctors participated in the symposium.
There, Mr Pirc explained 'the development of Maharishi Ayurveda, how Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, like a puzzle, has put together all the different parts that were lost in Ayurveda.'
In addition to speaking at these events, Mr Pirc is also the Secretary General of EURAMA (European Ayurveda Medical Association). He explained, 'EURAMA is kind of an umbrella organization for all Ayurveda associations in Europe.' In this capacity he presented information on Maharishi Ayurveda to about 100 officials in the European Union, mainly professors and other specialists in the area of health.
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∙ India: World Ayurveda Congress presentation explores links between Ayurveda and Yoga
∙ Germany: Maharishi Ayurveda clinic treats health disorders of modern civilization
* Ayurveda is the world's oldest and most comprehensive system of natural health care, which originated in the Vedic civilization of ancient India and is recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO) as an effective health science. Maharishi Ayurveda represents the modern restoration by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi of the complete and authentic practice of Ayurveda as recorded in the Vedic texts.
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