The term Ayurveda is derived from two Sanskrit words: ‘ayus’ meaning life and ‘vid’ meaning knowledge. The “science of life”, Ayurveda, is increasingly popular the world over, as people look for alternatives to allopathic care.
The Ayurvedic teachings have huge amounts of valuable insights into all aspects of our lives, from the food we eat, the times we rest and rise and overcoming various health problems.
Facilitated by global Ayurvedic consultant, Dr Rohan Nagar, Ayurveda for weight management will explore the place of Ayurveda in reducing weight and maintaining a healthier lifestyle. Dr Nagar will help you to understand the science of your body type (dosha) and it’s respective dietary and exercise requirements, leading to effective practical lifestyle changes that work.
Learn to become the better version of yourself, the Ayurvedic way.
Course Dates: Sunday 7th May 2017
Time: 2pm – 5.30pm
Venue: Bhaktivedanta Manor
Course Fee: £15
You can sign up to this course by following the link below, or at the Manor reception (01923 851000). You will then receive e-mail confirmation of your place on the course.
For general information please text 07737542958 and we will call you back.
About the Speaker
Dr Rohan Nagar is a chief Ayurvedic consultant at Holistic Ayurveda and, has a PhD in astrology and has his own TV programme on MATV. This year he received two honours at the Nine Jewels of Indian Culture in the UK ceremony for Outstanding Achievement and Excellence in Ayurveda and Outstanding Achievement and Excellence in Jyotish Shastra (Vedic astrology). He is also a visiting professor of Ayurveda in Holland, Germany and Croatia. Dr. Rohan Nagar has more than 10 years of experience in Ayurveda and has been working as a global Ayurveda consultant in London for 8 years. He has done many health programmes on British television and is also connected with BBC radio for Ayurveda programmes. Many British newspapers and magazines such as Harpes Bazaar, Evening Standard and Red Magazine have published his interviews on Ayurveda. He has written articles on Ayurveda in many newspapers including Gujarat Samachar and Divya Bhaskar India.