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Ayurvedic Workshop for Korean tourists visiting Udupi

Ayurveda Korea
Ayurveda Sanctuary, Udupi in association with Ayurveda Korea recently organized a five day Experience and Training Workshop for top level management team from ‘YESIN’, a leading natural therapy organization in South Korea.
The main Objective of this Workshop and Certificate Programme was to promote genuine, traditional Ayurvedic practices of India and build awareness among the South Koreans and incorporate authentic Ayurveda practices in South Korea.
Ayurveda is the science of natural and holistic healing, which was developed thousands of years ago by the spiritually elite, and is now manifesting all over the world. Ayurveda is considered as the best point of synthesis for a Global System Medicine. India has well preserved highly effective treatment systems based on Ayurveda from time immemorial.
These foreign entrepreneurs from South Korea visited Ayurveda Sanctuary on an exposure visit, requested Ayurveda Korea to facilitate an academic program to learn about Ayurveda practices in India. Ayurveda Sanctuary organized the workshop and the certificate program to fulfill the request of the group. Dr. Sreedhar Rao, Founder Director of Ayurveda Sanctuary, Udupi was the main resource person for the workshop. All of these natural therapy managers were deeply interested to learn traditional Ayurvedic theory and practices that had been preserved in India. There was an interpreter who translated lectures and the proceedings of the Workshop from English into Korean language.


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