Introduction to Maharishi AyurVeda
“I am so enjoying this course. It’s full of wonderful tips and insights, even for those of us who know this knowledge very well, and is delightfully lead by Dr. Karin Pirc and hosted by Dr. Keith Wallace, who asks just the right probing and insightful questions to bring out her profound knowledge.” —PJ
Course Structure: Online self-study course consisting of eight lessons and 10 hours total video time.
Course Leaders: Dr. Karin Pirc, PhD, and Professor Keith Wallace, PhD
Course Fee: FREE
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The International Maharishi AyurVeda Foundation presents this Health Education Lectures Series, Introduction to Maharishi AyurVeda®, recorded at MERU in the Netherlands.
Ayurveda is considered the world’s oldest and most complete system of natural healthcare. Originating in ancient India thousands of years ago, this holistic approach to healthcare covers everything from prevention to maintenance, treatment, rejuvenation, and more.
Take time to enjoy this wonderfully engaging, easy-to-follow series with our expert teachers and renowned scientists and medical professionals — Dr. Keith Wallace and Dr. Karen Pirc — as they simplify the fundamental principles of Maharishi AyurVeda and provide a great platform for mapping out a practical course for improving your health and that of your family.
Maharishi Mahesh Yogi’s revival of Ayurvedic knowledge, known as Maharishi AyurVeda, has helped spur worldwide scientific interest in Ayurveda and is contributing to the current trend toward more natural, holistic healthcare.
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Dr. Karin Pirc, PhD
Dr. Pirc holds a doctorate in psychology and is Medical Director of Maharishi AyurVeda Health Center, Bad Ems, Germany, and author of several successful books on Ayurveda. In 1993, together with her husband Lothar Pirc, she opened the Maharishi AyurVeda centre in Bad Ems. Advanced training with well-known Ayurveda experts such as Vaidya Dr. J. R. Raju in India made her one of the leading German specialists in Ayurvedic pulse diagnosis and Panchakarma. In 2006, Dr. Karin Pirc was given the prestigious Indian “Global Hakim Ajmal Khan Award” and became the first woman and first European to receive this award. At the Raj Ayu Con 2013, an International Conference on Ayurved & Complementary Systems of Medicine in Rajkot, India, she received the “International Lifetime Achievement Award”. It’s the highest award of the Raj Ayu Con organizing committee.
Professor Robert Keith Wallace
Dr. Robert Keith Wallace received his PhD in Physiology from the University of California at Los Angeles and did his postdoctoral research at Harvard Medical School. His seminal papers published in Science, the American Journal of Physiology, and Scientific American, showed that the Transcendental Meditation technique produced a fourth major state of consciousness different from waking, sleeping, or dreaming.
Dr. Wallace was the founding President of Maharishi International University and established the first Maharishi AyurVeda clinics in the United States. He has traveled worldwide giving lectures at major universities and institutes on Maharishi’s Consciousness-BasedSM Health Programs. Dr. Wallace is the author of a number of books, including Gut Crisis, The Rest and Repair Diet, The Coherence Code, and Total Brain Coaching.
Dr. Wallace is currently a trustee of Maharishi International University. He is a professor and the Chair of the Department of Physiology and Health.
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“One of the best courses of Maharishi’s Knowledge I have done. It greatly consolidated my existing knowledge and understanding of Maharishi AyurVeda.” —Phil Pearce
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“This course is an interesting starting point for Ayurveda. Congratulations, and also thank you for these free resources. Greetings from Uruguay.” —CC
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