Conference – Mainstreaming Ayurveda in the Netherlands and Europe
A view of the conference hall and invited guests
Lothar Pirc spoke about Maharishi AyurVeda’s goal to Create a Disease-Free Society
On 28 February 2020, the Indian Embassy in The Hague welcomed 80–100 health organizations and experts from various Ayurveda schools and centers in the Netherlands and Europe. The purpose of the one-day conference was to exchange thoughts on how to make Ayurveda more mainstream, for the benefit of individual patients as well as entire countries.
The pictures here and a video compilation give an impression of the conference, which was supported by the Indian Ministry of AYUSH. Speakers included Suzanne Römer-Camelia (Health Minister of Curaçao) and Brahmachari Dr. Girish Momaya and Lothar Pirc (both Directors of the International Maharishi AyurVeda Foundation, the Netherlands).
*AYUSH is the acronym of medical naturopathic treatments practiced in India, such as Ayurveda, Yoga, Unani, Siddha and homeopathy.
Bramachari Dr. Girish Momaya gave an introduction to the work going on at MERU (Maharishi European Research University) in Vlodrop, the Netherlands
Group picture of the speakers with some of the participants
AYUSH delegation from the Indian government during their visit to IMAVF and Maharishi’s house in the Netherlands – February 29, 2020.
In the central meeting room at Maharishi’s house in Vlodrop