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Internationally Recognized Ayurvedic Doctor Akhilesh Sharma Visits Bogota, Colombia
Date:6/5/2013

Medellin, Colombia (PRWEB) June 05, 2013

La Escuela de Ayurveda de California has recently announced that Dr. Akhilesh Sharma will be presenting an advanced studies workshop in Bogotá, Colombia in June 15th, 2013. During the program, Dr. Sharma will share about the development of Ayurveda in India and Latin America, share stories about clinical management of disease through Ayurvedic medicine, and share a variety of herbal remedies that could be prepared at home. Dr Akhilesh Sharma will be offering consultations until the end of the year.

The program is open to ayurvedic students who have completed at least a 50-hour theory program in Ayurvedic medicine (medicina ayurveda), including those who are in process of completing the Ayurvedic Health Educator program or an introductory Ayurveda course offered by the Ayurveda school (curso Ayurveda).

Ayurveda is the oldest health care system in the world. Because of its inherent vitality, Ayurveda has stood the test of time. The safety and efficacy of Ayurveda and its universal application of basic principles has never been in doubt at any point of time. Ayurveda has all authentic merits to be considered as a prime health care system of the world, when viewed from a holistic perspective. That is what makes Ayurveda so appealing, as Dr. Akhilesh stated.

The prime advantage of Ayurveda is that it brings about healing with easy lifestyle and dietary changes and some yogic exercises and breathing techniques. The herbal formulations used in Ayurveda are cost effective, safe and efficacious. Chronic auto-immune disorders and lifestyle diseases can be easily dealt with the help of Ayurveda.

Dr. Akhilesh Sharma, B.A.M.S., N.D., Ph.D. is in the board of advisor of Escuela de Ayurveda de California. He is an Ayurvedic physician at his clinic in New Delhi with his wife, Dr. Minakshi Sharma, a sp
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