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    19th International Ayurveda Symposium

    September 8 – 10, 2017 in Birstein, Germany

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Program - 19th International Ayurveda Symposium 2017

 

  Highlights of the 19th International Ayurveda Symposium 2017
  Therapy approaches of diseases of the cardiovascular system
  Prana & Ojas – substantial and vital life and defensive forces
  Yoga as complementary therapy in Ayurvedic medicine
  Other topics and satellite "Ayurveda for animals"

 

Preliminary program

Please note that speakers, topics, duration and time of the lectures are subject to change.

 

Friday, Sept 08, 2017

  Hall
Time Dhanvantari    
05:00 p.m.

06:00 p.m.

Welcome
06:00 p.m.

07:15 p.m.
 

Inauguration
Mark and Kerstin Rosenberg
Prof. Dr. S.N. Gupta
General Consul of the Indian Consulate in Frankfurt a.M. (enquired)
Bettina Müller, Member of the German parliament and health committee
Susanne Simmler (Vice Council Commissioner, Main-Kinzig district)
Wolfgang Gottlieb (Mayor, Municipality of Birstein)

07:15 p.m.

08:15 p.m.
  Podium discussion
Is the heart the home of Ojas? Esoteric vs. medical perspective
Chair: Kerstin Rosenberg
Speakers: Prof. Dr. Abhimanyu Kumar, Dr. Ram Manohar, Dr. med. Ashish Bhalla, Sascha Kriese BA Hons (Ayu)
08:15 p.m.

11:00 p.m.
Evening buffet and get-together
Experiencing Ojas and Prana in a culinary way

 

Saturday, Sept 09, 2017

  Hall
Time Dhanvantari Lakshmi Sarasvati Massage training room
09:00 a.m.
-
10:15 a.m.
  Opening session
Chair: Mark Rosenberg

Break
10:30 a.m. 
-
11:30 a.m.
  Ojas – myths and facts with practical understanding about management of its disorders
Prof. Dr. S.N. Gupta
  Ayurvedic perspective of microcirculation
Dr. med. Antonio Morandi
   Workshop
Hridaya marma and its involvement in Uro basti – a practical experience 

Carmen Tosto
    
Break
12:00 a.m. 
-
01:00 p.m.
  Prana, Ojas and the psyche
Dr. Ram Manohar
  Status of Ojas and Prana in Hypothyroidism
Ashtavaidyan Narayanan Nambi
01:00 p.m.
-
02:30 p.m.
Ayurvedic lunch
01:45 p.m.
-
02:30 p.m.
Informational event on university program "Master of Science (MSc) in Ayurvedic Medicine"
02:30 p.m. 
-
03:45 p.m.
   Expert forum
How much Ojas does my patient have?
Chair: Kerstin Rosenberg

Ojas and homebase: Living a life full of vigour
Sascha Kriese BA Hons (Ayu)

Ojas – Tejas – Prana: the important trinity
Dr. med. Ashish Bhalla

  Ojas in old age – experiences from palliative medicine
Vaidya Prathmesh Vyas
  Manduka-arjuna (centella asiatica and terminalia arjuna) in Hrdroga patients
Prof. V.K. Joshi
  N.N.
Dr. Narendra Bhatt
  Aging and Immobilisation: current therapeutic options (Ayurveda?)
Prof. Dr. Nandu Goswami
  Comparison between a German (hawthorn) and an ayurvedic (arjuna) medicinal plant for the heart
Dr. med. Kalyani Nagersheth
 

Herbs and nutrients for a healthy microcirculation: a powerful approach
Dr. Karoline Peter

Break
04:15 p.m. 
-
05:15 p.m.
 

Panel discussion
Ayurveda in integrative medicine

Dr. med. Christian Kessler, Dr. Geetha G. Krishnan, Dr. med. Rotraud Scheiderbauer et al.

 

Ayurveda and microbiom
Marco Lebbing MD

Followed by a panel discussion with:
Marco Lebbing MD et al.

  Yoga, Pranayama and Ayurveda in trauma therapy
Manuela Heider de Jahnsen (Dr. trad. med.)
 

Manasa Prakriti – Ayurveda epigenetics: Why Vata, Pitta and Kapha cannot explain everything
Dr. Hans H. Rhyner

Break
05:30 p.m. 
-
06:45 p.m.
   Ayurveda in psycho-cardiology – experiences from 12 years of hospital and ambulant treatment
Ralph Steuernagel HP
  Clinical practice and proven experiences with Yoga
Ulrich Koch MD
  Ayurveda in coronary heart disease
Dr. Sajan Joseph Vadkkan Simon
 

New projects in Ayurveda research

Clinical relevance of Ojas in pathogenesis and management of Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD)
Dr. Somit Kumar

Evaluation of ayurvedic preparation Jathyadi thailam used for chronic wound healing
Dr. Tatjana Tracevska

Study on Madhumeha and its Updrava vis-a-vis Diabetic Complications in relation with Deha Prakriti
Dr. Priyadarshini Tewari

et al.

  
  Yoga as therapy element in Ayurveda medicine – overview and example from clinical practice
Oliver Becker Dipl.-Päd., HP
  Strophanthus – a heart remedy for diseases of the cardiovascular system
Yatin Shah MD
 
06:45 p.m. 
-
08:00 p.m.
Evening buffet

08:00 p.m. 
-
09:30 p.m.

    Evening concert - classic Indian music

 

Sunday, Sept 10, 2017

  Hall
Time Dhanvantari Lakshmi Sarasvati Massage
09:00 a.m.
-
10:00 a.m.
  The Ayurveda way to deal with emotional intelligence
Prof. Dr. Abhimanyu Kumar
  Food and its preparation for building Ojas
Prof. Dr. Tanuja Nesari & Kerstin Rosenberg
 

Ayurveda in cancer therapy
Dr. Sukumar Sardeshmukh

 

Traditional veterinary medicine
Dr. Ram Manohar

Break
10:15 a.m. 
-
11:15 a.m.
 

Charaka Samhita's views on alcohol as cardio-protective and Ojas supporting: the fine line between benefits and harms
Dr. Vijayendar Murthy

  Therapeutic practice with Ayurveda and Yoga
Dr. med. Ashish Bhalla & Mag. Dr. Dr. Christian Wolf
   The benefits of Nasya in Ayurveda therapy
Representative of the Evangelic Clinic in Hattingen
    Historical review of addressing health issues of animals (elephant and cow) with special reference to Ayurveda in Kerala
Ashtavaidyan Narayanan Nambi
  Experiences with an interdisciplinary therapy in treating cardiovascular diseases
Dr. G. Geetha Krishnan
Break
11:45 a.m. 
-
01:00 p.m.
  Colloquium
Case reports with discussion
Chair: Elmar Stapelfeldt MA
Speakers: Dr. Namrata Shah, Prof. Dr. S.N. Gupta, Dr. med. Rotraud Scheiderbauer
   European phytotherapie for diseases of the cardiovascular system
Prof. Dr. med. Peter W. Gündling, MSc MME

Followed by a panel discussion with:
Prof. Dr. med. Peter W. Gündling, MSc MME, Yatin Shah MD et al.
 
  Personalised and chronotherapeutic management of cardiovascular diseases
Dr. Somit Kumar
  Ayurvedic herbal therapy for horses
Theresa Rosenberg
  The Latvian translation of Ashtanga Hridaya Sutrasthan – experiences and realisations
Prof. Dr. med. Valdis Pirags
  Relevant clinical basics for treating animals
Sascha Kriese BA Hons (Ayu)
01:00 p.m.
-
02:15 p.m.
Ayurvedic lunch
02:15 p.m. 
-
03:15 p.m.
   Ayurveda and salutogenesis – using personal health ressources
Prof. Dr. Martin Mittwede
  Dravyaguna for strengthening Ojas
Prof. V. K. Joshi
  Psychotherapeutic approach to heart diseases
Dr. med. Kalyani Nagersheth
  Practical workshop
Constitution-based ayurvedic massage for horses
Theresa Rosenberg
  Research project for Ayurvedic case reports
SACRO - Series of Ayurveda case reports
Chair: Elmar Stapelfeldt MA
Break
03:30 p.m. 
-
04:45 p.m.
  Panel discussion
The future of Ayurveda in Europe
Moderation: Mark Rosenberg
04:45 p.m. 
-
05:00 p.m.
Closing session

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