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Ayurvedic Approach to Fall Rejuvenation
In this free webinar, we’ll cover:
+ What is the holistic philosophy of fall seasonal rejuvenation?
+ Benefits of a personalized Ayurvedic fall rejuvenation
+ Everything you need to know about our upcoming Fall Rejuvenation program

One of the main processes of healing the system in Ayurveda is cleansing and rejuvenation, and it’s more relevant today than ever before due to the increase of water and air pollutants, food contamination, pesticides, plus all of the preservatives and chemicals used in the commercialized products available today which we ingest, either from eating or putting them on our skin.

The optimal times of the year to purify the system occur during the spring and fall seasons, and both seasons have unique cleansing protocols in Ayurveda. A detoxifying and restoring rejuvenation in the fall season is one of the best things you can do for your health to prevent imbalances such as allergies, colds and flus. The benefits of a fall rejuvenation can actually prevent disease, offering long term results for your overall well-being.

All levels are welcome - no prior knowledge of Ayurveda is required to join this webinar.

Aug 18, 2020 09:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Vaidy.a Jayarajan Kodikannath
BSc, BAMS @Kerala Ayurveda USA
Dr. (Jayarajan) is an experienced Ayurvedic scholar, clinician and educator with over 25 years of experience in India and the U.S. Since 2010 he has been responsible for all academic programs, wellness services and products offered by Kerala Ayurveda USA. He is an experienced Ayurveda scholar with a degree in Ayurvedic Medicine from Mahatma Gandhi University, Kerala. He previously served as Director at AyurvedaGram Heritage Wellness Center, India and headed the Ayurveda Expert team in the new research project development at Kerala Ayurveda on Efficacy, Safety and Standardization of Ayurvedic wellness solutions. He is a Board Member of the National Ayurvedic Medical Association (NAMA) and the California Association of Ayurvedic Medicine (CAAM).