Intensive Training in Ayurvedic Healing Comes to Brewster, NY

Dr. Scott Gerson

The National Institute of Ayurvedic Medicine presents an in-depth Ayurvedic Healing workshop from August 12 to 15 in Brewster, NY. This four-day residential workshop offers a clear and comprehensive presentation of the theoretical foundations and practical applications of Ayurveda, a natural system of healing from ancient India. While this workshop is open to students of all levels, it’s most suitable for those who have a grasp of Ayurveda’s basic principles and seek more advanced knowledge.

Participants will be immersed in an eight-part learning and experiential process that explores how ancient teachings and modern scientific knowledge can be combined in a program for mind-body wellness. Scott Gerson, M.D., Ph.D. (Ayurveda) will lead the Ayurvedic Healing workshop, teaching students how to practically apply these enduring healing principles and practices to daily life.

Room, board, daily yoga and meditation, and a 50-page syllabus are included in the program, which is limited to ten participants. Sumptuous vegetarian meals will be prepared daily by Dr. Gerson´s longtime personal Ayurvedic cook, and authentic Ayurvedic massage and steam treatments will be available for a small additional cost.

The price for the August 12-15 workshop is $1395, or $1200 for those who register prior to July 15. To register, call 845.278.8700.

One Response

  1. Ayurvedic medicine is also great complement for traditional medicine. Both works in my case. :

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