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Symposium on Ayurveda

Paris, the 8th & 9 September 2018, 9:00-18:00 (9am-6pm)
Vedaroma and Ayurveda, working hand in hand


17 Speakers: 
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You will see the advertisement for VEDAROMA on inside back cover of the conference booklet above, and point 2 below.


1. Info from Brochure:

Below: Flyer used to invite people to the Confrence – PDF

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2. More Info from Brochure:

Below: 4 Advertisments from Symposium Brochure – PDF

4 Ads in the Symposium’s brochure (left to right, top to bottom)
– Nursery Owner

– Maharishi AyurVeda: Bad Ems, Germany
– Maharishi AyurVeda: France

– VedAroma

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Register now for the Ayurveda Weekend from 8th and 9th September 2018, Espace Moncassin, Paris

The Symposium on Ayurveda to be held on September 8 and 9, 2018 at Espace Moncassin (164 rue Javel, Paris-15è) is organized by the Association for Health Based on Consciousness in collaboration with the Observatoire du Leadership.

For French Speakers
It is aimed at all French-speaking public in search of a health system oriented towards prevention, which is the case of Ayurveda, this tradition coming from ancient India and recognized as a complete system of medicine by the World Health Organization.​

New Interest Developing
In recent times, the interest of the general public and the media for this approach to health has encouraged the development of a French community of practitioners offering massage services, nutritional advice, and even specialized approaches targeting, for example, pregnant women. At a time when stress is everywhere in society, in France as elsewhere, scientific research is interested in the contributions of this knowledge over several millennia, especially in the field of neuroscience.

Qualified Doctors and Pharmacists
However, the current vision of Ayurveda too often remains restrictive. This is the reason hold such a symposium, which deals with the subject in its entirety, with contributions from practitioners in France, Belgium, Switzerland and Luxembourg, led by a scientific committee made up of qualified doctors and pharmacists. (Click link to continue this article)