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Ayurveda Self Massage 04

with Dr. Palitha Serasinghe


Ayurveda self massage allows you to take your health into your own hands with simple oil treatments easily done at home.
Using the proper oils for your skin type just a few minutes each day can go a long way towards promoting health and natural radiance.

Subjects to be covered:-

      • Introduction to Ayurveda and health promotion
      • Daily routines and positive health promotion
      • Effects and benefits of Ayurvedic health massage

A day of theory and practice under expert guidance


Workshops and Clinics also presented by Dr. Palitha
This year Dr. Palitha is holding clinics in January, July and September and giving a workshop at The National Botanic Gardens of Wales Daily and Seasonal Routines in June

Presenter: Dr. Palitha Serasinghe graduated as a Physician of Ayurveda in 1982 from the Institute of Indigenous Medicine, University of Colombo, Sri Lanka, with first class honours, and has since then worked within the field of Ayurveda. He went on to become lecturer, senior lecturer and Head of Department at the University: as well as a physician and Ayurveda Consultant Physician at the University’s Ayurveda Teaching Hospital and was fundamental to the development of Ayurveda research and research policy in Sri Lanka.
Dr. Serasinghe graduated from Toyama Medical And Pharmaceutical University in Japan with a PhD in Medicine and Pharmacology. To further develop his knowledge and clinical skills, Dr. Serasinghe practiced with some of the most eminent healing masters of traditional Ayurveda and Keral panchkarma enabling him to develop a profound spiritual understanding of both Ayurveda and Keralan massage.
He has conducted courses, seminars and workshops in Ayurveda, Panchakarma and Ayurveda massage in Japan, Sweden and France.
Then in 2000 a visiting Academic Research Fellowship from the Commonwealth Scholarship Scheme enabled him to carry out postdoctoral Ayurveda medical research at Kings College London.
Dr. Serasinghe is currently Assistant Director and the Principal Lecturer ar the College of Ayurveda (UK) where he continues to teach and research the subject of Ayurdeva.

Date:
Sunday 26th September — 10.00 a.m. – 4.30 p.m.

Venue:
The National Botanical gardens of Wales

Fee £25
Includes free entry to the gardens



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