International Speaking Activities
Lothar Pirc is not only the director of the Maharishi Ayurveda Private Clinic Bad Ems, but for the last 35 years he has been committed to the expansion of Maharishi Ayurveda worldwide. He has met with high-ranking politicians and health ministers in many countries. And most of all he has presented the holistic healthcare system of Ayurveda to large audiences at numerous medical conferences and universities.
Below you find a small selection of presentations and publications.
Speaking at Harvard Medical School,
Boston, USA, June 2018
At very short notice I was invited by Indo-US Health Initiatives to deliver a speech at the 3rd International Conference on Integrative Medicine with the theme: The Role of Ayurveda and Yoga in Cancer and Palliative Care. The Conference took place from 22nd to 24th June 2018 at Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA.
It was indeed a special opportunity and a joy to be there and present Maharishi AyurVeda at this prestigious conference. … more
Shripad Yesso Naik, Minister of State of the Ministry of AYUSH, Govt. of India · Padmashree Vaidya Rajesh Kotecha, Secretary, Ministry of AYUSH, Govt of India
First International AYUSH Conference and Exhibition,
9-11 November 2017
The Indian AYUSH Ministry invited me to come to Dubai for the First International AYUSH Conference and Exhibition, 9–11 November 2017. We are planning to work together to document the great curative successes we are seeing in treating chronic diseases in Bad Ems. So we had an extensive exchange about that with the Indian government representatives attending the Conference; our discussions have been very successful. … more
75th Scientific Conference of the University of Latvia, Riga – INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL SECTION – February 2017
Lecture of Lothar Pirc for professors and students
at the invitation of Prof. Dr. med. Valdis Pirags – excerpt
Managing an authentic Ayurveda clinic and treating 25.000 patients with Panchakarma at the Maharishi Ayurveda Health Center in Bad Ems, Germany
Maharishi AyurVeda Private Clinic in Bad Ems Germany has treated 25,000 people since it opened 30 years ago, and is probably the largest dedicated residential Ayurveda clinic outside India. It has official status as a private hospital, has 90 staff, has been featured in 1200 favourable press reports and 300 TV appearances; and has received 15 significant awards and honours, from India as well as from Germany and elsewhere … more
The Indian minister for Ayurveda and Yoga, Shripad Yesso Naik (5th from right) with his advisory staff together with Dr. Walter Mölk (1st from the left), Dr. Girish Momaya (1st from right) and Managing Director Lothar Pirc (3rd from right) in the foyer of Häcker’s Grandhotel, Bad Ems.
Indian Minister for Yoga and Ayurveda visits Maharishi Ayurveda Private Clinic Bad Ems – October 2016
On the occasion of the European World Ayurveda Congress, organized by the European Ayurveda Association (EAA) on 15 and 16 October 2016 in Koblenz, the Indian Minister for Ayurveda and Yoga, Hon. Shripad Yesso Naik, together with his advisory staff visited the Maharishi Ayurveda Private Clinic Bad Ems for a 2-hour session. … more
Interview with Lothar Pirc about Ayurveda – April 2016
In Live to 6, in DRF1 Lothar Pirc explains the interaction way of Ayurveda, the age-old natural medicine from India.
Belgrade, Serbia – 2016 and 2013
Two international symposiums on Mind/Body medicine in Ayurveda have been hold, one in 2013 and another in 2016, with more than 40 international speakers and more than 760 registered participants … more
Series of Ayurveda-Lectures in Russia –
At the end of March, together with his daughter Lilian and his translator and colleague Igor Golovchyn, he visited a health convention in Moscow for the purpose of giving a presentation and networking. Following an invitation he then visited the cities Izhevsk (pop. 700,000), Sarapul (pop. 100,000) and Votkinsk near the Ural Mountains, the birthplace of Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (pop. 100,000) in the Federal Republic of Udmurtia. … more
Lecture Tour of Ayurveda Colleges in India and Nepal – January 2016
By invitation by leading Ayurvedic institutions in India and Nepal, Lothar Pirc, together with his wife Karin Pirc, M.D., went on a lecture tour of both countries. They presented their success in applying Maharishi Ayurveda in Germany and shared their experiences with professors, administrators and students of various Ayurvedic colleges … more
International Conference on Advances in Asian Medicine – Pune, India – January 2016
Together with his wife Karin Pirc, M.D., Dr. John Fagan, and Dr. Girish Momaya, Lothar Pirc was invited to speak at the International Conference on Advances in Asian Medicine. The scientific conference was held under the auspices of the Indian Association for the Study of Traditional Asian Medicine and was … more
International Yoga Festival in Berlin –
Like the year before, Lothar Pirc was again invited to speak in Berlin at the biggest European yoga festival. The Yoga Festival Berlin has become one of the leading events in Germany in the field of Indian/Vedic philosophy and way of life. It is held annually. Together with Vaidya Prathmesh … more
International AyurVeda Congress
The Netherlands – April 2015
About 500 delegates and 50 expert speakers from over 50 countries convened to share their experiences at the International Ayurveda Congress, The Netherlands, 11–12 April 2015, including three high-ranking representatives of the Indian government. The event was the largest Ayurveda Congress held outside India to date. In his capacity as … more
International Conference on Ayurveda and Yoga, AyuCon, Dubai – 2014
The “Dubai AyuCon 2014” was held on 4th-5th January 2014 at prestigious Dubai International Financial Center in United Arab Emirates. It was organized by International Academy of Ayurveda (IAA) and Tathagat Ayurveda Research Foundation, Pune. A key note address … more
Activities at the congress “Fascination Ayurveda – Eastern Wisdom meets Western Science” – 2013
Image: Participants of a podium discussion: Dr. Ulrich Bauhofer, Dr. Ernst Schrott und Dr. Wolfgang Schachinger (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Ayurveda), Prof. Dr. Ammon (University of Tübingen), Dr. Christian Kessler (Charité – University of Medicine, Berlin), Lothar Pirc (Maharishi Ayurveda Health Centre Bad Ems), Dr. Renate Syed (Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich). At the invitation of the German … more
Audience at the conference
Lothar Pirc gives an inaugural speech at RajAyuCon, Rajkot, India – 2013
Lothar Pirc, founder and managing director of the Maharishi Ayurveda Health Centre in Bad Ems, Germany, was an inaugural speaker at the 2013 RajAyuCon, an international conference on Ayurveda and complementary systems of medicines.
The conference was held earlier this year … more
Anniversary – 2013
20 years Maharishi Ayurveda Health Centre Bad Ems
My wife Karin and I in an interview with TV moderator Frank Ackermann during the 20-year celebrations in the foyer of Häcker’s Grand Hotel. 20 years Ayurveda in Bad Ems – a reason to celebrate! In early 1993 the newly founded Maharishi Ayurveda Health Centre opened its doors for healing seekers from around the world. On 5 …. more
Presentation to EU conference in Brussels –
More than 100 high-ranking officials of the EU – mainly professors and other specialists in the area of health — attended Lothar Pirc’s presentation about the possibilities for national health that come about through the application of Maharishi Ayurveda. On the occasion of the EU-Conference his talk was titled: “EU-Russia: Cooperation on Investments and Innovations in the Field of Public Health Improvement and Anti-ageing Measures.” … more
Cultural Conference with 8000 participants in Nepal – December 2012
More than 150 traditional Vedic Pandits from India and Nepal travelled to Nawalparasi for a 15-day Maha Yagya, which was attended by over 100,000 visitors. It was a very special honor for Lothar Pirc as the chairman of the board of the Foundation for the promotion of Vedic Culture to … more
5th World Ayurveda Congress in Bhopal, India – December 2012
Picture: Lothar Pirc giving his speech: “Enlightenment: the Goal of Yoga and Ayurveda – from Philosophy to Science.” Every two years, the WORLD AYURVEDA CONGRESS in India takes place, organized by a different Indian state each time. The host of the Congress in 2012 was the city of Bhopal … more
International Yoga Festival in Berlin –
By invitation of the organizer of the Yoga festival in Berlin, Lothar Pirc presented a speech to about 400 participants about the basic principles of Maharishi Ayurveda and its practical application in daily life. It is held annually. The international yoga festival in Berlin has become one of the leading … more
20th International Vedanta Congress,
Neu Delhi, Indien – December 2011
The Jawaharlal-Nehru-University in New Delhi, India hosted the congress “Modern Perspectives on Vedanta” in December 2011. Lothar Pirc, one of the keynote speakers, gave a widely acclaimed presentation on the topic: Maharishi Mahesh Yogi’s Insight into Vedanta, the Ultimate Knowledge of Life, and Its Application to Bring World Peace – from Philosophy to Science. This presentation …. more
The goal of Yoga and Ayurveda – 2011
From philosophy to science
Publication of a lecture in „Light on Ayurveda Journal, USA“
Publisher: Center for Indic Studies University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth
This article of Lothar Pirc, Dr. Karin Pirc and Dr. Jeremy Fields appeared as expert certified professional article in „Light on Ayurveda Journal, USA, Vol. X, Issue 1, Fall 2011“, published by the Center for Indic Studies University Massachusetts, Dartmouth. It highlights the opportunity to attain enlightenment, both from a practical and from a scientific perspective. … more
City tour USA, Canada – 2010 to 2012
Principles of Ayurveda, prevention by Panchakarma and tips for a healthy life with Ayurveda
This lecture tour led Lothar Pirc through 25 cities of the USA and Canada.
Lecture to 2000 doctors in Moscow – 2009
In seven visits during the 10 years from 2001 to 2011 Lothar Pirc, the president of the Maharishi Ayurveda Private Clinic Bad Ems, gave keynote speeches in Moscow and St. Petersburg. At the largest naturopath yearly congress of the country, Lothar Pirc illustrated the basic principles of Ayurveda as well as scientific research on herbal supplements and various therapies of Maharishi Ayurveda to 2,000 naturopaths and doctors interested in alternative medicine … more
Fundamental Principles of Maharishi Ayurveda and Practical Every-Day Remedies – 19–20 November 2009, Mexico
During a two-day continuing education seminar in Mexico City, Lothar Pirc addressed the about 280 participating physicians and spoke on the fundamental principles of Maharishi Ayurveda and the revival by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. … more
Lothar Pirc, Karin Pirc, M.D., and Prof. Nikolay Drozdov at the award ceremony.
Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow – 2006
After the award ceremony, the only laureate to be given the honor to address the 500 invited guests within the framework of the celebratory event was Lothar Pirc. He elucidated … more
World Congress on Medical Plants,
Delhi – 2002
The Owner and CEO, Lothar Pirc and his wife, the Medical Director of the Maharishi Ayurveda Health Centre Bad Ems, Dr. Karin Pirc, inspire the highly distinguished audience that met on the subject of “Medical Plants and Ayurveda”.
The participants of the symposium included the Vice President of the Indian Government, Federal Ministers, and Prime Minister of the Indian States, as well as spiritual leaders, renowned Vaidyas and professors of several Ayurveda universities … more
Lothar Pirc together with Prof. Dr. Harry Sharma
Prof. Dr. Harry Sharma, Ohio State University, USA and Lothar Pirc on a lecture tour in Japan – 1994
Lecture tour to present the principles of Ayurveda, prevention through Panchakarma and tips for a healthy life with Ayurveda.
Japan – pioneer in applying consciousness resources
By 1990 many large firms in Japan had already implemented the Transcendental Meditation technique for employee development purposes. The large-scale scientific component supervised by medical scientists of the Ministry of Labor showed not only enhanced job satisfaction and improved mental and physical health of the employees, but also reduced absenteeism and sick days. They also documented increased productivity due to increased creativity … more