A Weekly Online Program for Ayurveda Practitioners
Join Ayurveda vaidya A. R. Ramadas, one of the medical directors and co-founders of Vaidyagrama Healing Village, for an exploration of the vast wisdom of Ayurveda as recorded in the Aṣṭāṅga Hṛdayam of Vāgbhata.
Each week, we will discuss a small number of sutra-s, translating line by line to draw out the full meaning of the Sanskrit and apply it to current practice.
Drawing on his decades of experience caring for patients and his classical education and training, Dr. Ramadas will share his unique insight on this ancient text and Ayurveda in general.
To ensure a common background understanding and to help focus our study, this program is intended for trained Ayurveda professionals.
6:15-7:30am PST USA / 9:15-10:30am EST USA / 1:15-2:30pm GMT / 7:45-9pm India Time
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All classes will be video recorded and access to past recordings will be provided while currently enrolled and subscribed
Dr. Ramadas is a classically trained Ayurveda physician. Hailing from Trichur, the cultural capital of Kerala in southern India, he inherits a strong family line of Ayurveda practitioners, serving the sick for more than half a century.
Dr. Ramadas completed his B.A.M.S. (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery) from Ayurveda College in Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, then underwent 3 years’ training in Nethra Chikitsa/Ophthalmology under the guidance of Manakunnath Gopalan Vaidyar. He then trained under the well-known pediatrician C.N.S. Gangadharan Vaidyar. He also has an M.S. in Psychotherapy and Counseling from Institute of Behavioral and Management Sciences in Chittur, Andhra Pradesh. In 1992, he joined as consultant physician in his family firm Rajendra Pharmacy and R.P.M. Ayurvedic Nursing Home, which he headed for a while. He also managed the first overseas center of Punarnava in Vietnam in 2007.
In more than 3 decades of practice, he has treated over 50,000 patients from various parts of India and abroad for conditions relating to neuro-musculo-skeletal, endocrine, skin, gastro-intestinal, respiratory, cardiac, psychiatric and reproductive health systems. One of his patients describes him as “a soft and kind soul, full of compassion and an inborn healing ability.”
Aṣṭāṅga Hṛdaya of Vagbhata, edited by T. Shreekumar, MD (Ay), PhD, Publisher: Harisree Publications, Kerala (first volume)
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Cost: $45 USD per month billed automatically by subscription
100% of proceeds benefit the charity projects of Vaidyagrama Healing Village and Punarnava Ayurveda Trust, such as free food programs and medical camps for the surrounding villages outside Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India.