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Ayurveda – The Pursuit of Health, Happiness and Long Life

through Prevention-oriented Health Care

Time-Tested, Scientifically Verified Solutions
for the Health Problems of Our Time

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International Ayurveda Congress is a joint effort of three organizations: the International Maharishi AyurVeda Foundation, from The Netherlands; the All India Ayurvedic Congress, New Delhi; and the International Academy of Ayurveda, Pune.

These International Congresses are held regularly, at least once in two years. The Congresses are inspired by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's World Plan for Perfect Health and Indian Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi's initiative to spread the highest quality of knowledge, practice and products of Ayurveda throughout the world.

The conferences support the establishment of Ayurveda as a prevention-oriented, perfect health care system for the world, a system that is authentic and reliable. The Congress aims to establish Ayurveda as the most ancient, scientific and holistic health care system, which is capable of leading the world towards an increasingly disease-free society. Since Ayurveda is cost effective and easy to implement, it is capable of bringing about self-sufficiency in health care in every nation.

World experts in the field of Ayurveda come together and bring out a new depth of understanding of Ayurveda. New breakthrough scientific researches on Ayurveda are presented, and In-depth formulation of policies to make Ayurveda available in totality throughout the world is discussed.

IAVC-Ljubljana-2018

11th EUROPEAN CONGRESS FOR INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE &

5th INTERNATIONAL AYURVEDA CONGRESS

“The Future of Comprehensive Patient Care”

21 – 23 September 2018 — Ljubljana, Slovenia

The Fifth International Ayurveda Congress has been held in Ljubljana, Slovenia from 21st to 23rd of September 2018. This congress illuminated the time-tested knowledge of Ayurveda with up-to-date insights from modern science. Break-through research about consciousness based approach to cardiovascular disorders and specific Ayurveda approach to autoimmune disorders were presented — locating the inner healing intelligence of the human physiology to achieving the ultimate goal of Ayurveda – disease free Society.

World’s leading Ayurvedic practitioners and researchers came together to showcase scientifically verified solutions to today’s problems of Lifestyle disorders in the fields of individual and public health. Vaidyas and health professionals engaged in Ayurvedic research presented their findings.

All health professionals wishing to expand the scope and effectiveness of their medical practice were invited to attend. In addition, policymakers and administrators in the field of health were invited to join the conference to gain insights to improve health care and reduce costs. The 5th Ayurveda Congress joined its efforts to rise the public awareness of the need for holistic approach to health with other sections of the 11th European Congress for Integrative Medicine, which was the "umbrella" event for all of them.

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IAVC-Rio-2018

First International Congress of Complementary
and Integrative Medicine in Public Health

Third International Ayurveda Congress

12 – 15 March 2018 — Rio de Janeiro

The growing demand of the brazilian population for the formulation of policies aimed at the institutionalization of the integral therapeutic approaches and the resources used in the Unified Health System responds to the discussions held in national forums such as the National Health Conferences and international conferences such as the recommendations of the World Health Organization (WHO) to Member States.

The Integrative and Complementary Practices in Health (PICS), designated by the World Health Organization (WHO) as Traditional and Complementary Medicines (T&CM), were institutionalized in the Unified Health System (SUS) through the National Policy on Integrative and Complementary Practices (PNPIC), which includes guidelines and institutional responsibilities for offering services in Homeopathy, Traditional Chinese Medicine/Acupuncture, Ayurveda, Anthroposophic Medicine, Naturopathy, Medicinal Plants and Phytotherapy, Social Therapy/Crenotherapy, Reiki, Yoga, Art Therapy, Biodance, Circular Dance, Meditation, Music Therapy, Osteopathy, Chiropractic, Reflexotherapy, Shantala and Integrative Community Therapy.

Video address of Tony Nader, MD, PhD, MARR to the Congress

Video presentation by Dr John Hagelin: Ayurvedic Medicine is Unified Field Based Medicine

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