Dr. Robert Schneider to Speak on Physiological and Emotional Heart Health

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Dr. Robert Schneider, Maharishi University of Management faculty member and leading authority on natural approaches to heart disease, will be giving an evening workshop on how to heal your physiological and emotional heart from an AyurVedic perspective.

Dr. Robert Schneider on his MIND-BODY-HEART tour

There is now sufficient evidence to conclude that for prevention of heart disease and promotion of overall mind-body health, meditation deserves to be included in our modern, daily routine.

Total Heart Health: How to Heal Your Physiological and Emotional Heart
Evening Workshop, April 8th, 6-10pm
The Open Center, NYC
Members $40, Nonmembers $45

Dr. Robert Schneider is one of the world’s leading authorities on scientific, natural approaches for heart disease, and has directed nearly $20 million in research grants from the National Institutes of Health for research on natural approaches to heart disease. His studies have been published in many leading medical journals. Robert H. Schneider, M.D., F.A.C.C.—physician, author, scientist, educator—will be giving a workshop entitled, Total Heart Health: How to Heal Your Physiological and Emotional Heart in NYC April 8th, at the Open Center.

Dr. Schneider is currently touring medical schools and hospitals across the U.S. speaking to doctors, medical scientists and other health professionals. His focus is dealing with the root cause of disease -stress - and how to create balance for health. “More than one out of three people in the U.S. die of cardiovascular disease and medical science has shown that stress is a major contributor. Research demonstrates that meditation can not only reduce stress and cardiovascular disease, it also produces a wide spectrum of added benefits for physical and mental health. There is now sufficient evidence to conclude that for prevention of heart disease and promotion of overall mind-body health, meditation deserves to be included in our modern, daily routine.” Indeed, leading physicians and health researchers are finding that it’s not medication that is needed, but meditation, and not just any meditation measures up to the research findings regarding Transcendental Meditation.

Maharishi AyurVeda

One of Dr. Schneider’s areas of expertise is Maharishi AyurVeda. During workshops across the country, he discusses creating balance through the Maharishi Vedic approach to health. This prevention-oriented, time-tested methodology is free from harmful side effects, and easily applied. Enlivenment of consciousness is two-fold. Transcendental Meditation creates awareness and expansion, while balance is restored, and health maintained through Maharishi AyurVeda. Dr. Schneider offers practical knowledge about this preventative, nutritional approach to health by offering AyurVedic recommendations that help prevent heart disease, and other health problems.

Dr. Schneider will discuss the importance of diet, exercise, and daily routine and how to balance one’s “doshas” through Maharishi AyurVeda. These therapeutic approaches are based on the Vedic tradition of India, the complete and timeless knowledge of Natural Law, and are also referred to as Maharishi Vedic Medicine.

High-profile doctors Mehmet Oz, the Discovery Channel’s Dr. Pamela Peeke and many other physicians are also speaking out about the health benefits of meditation and Ayurveda, because these two powerful components can create balance, the crux of health. Psychiatrist and bestselling author Norman Rosenthal, formerly a 20-year senior researcher at the National Institutes of Health, stated, “If TM were a new drug, conferring this many benefits, it would be the biggest-selling, multibillion-dollar drug on the market.” Both managing your stress and utilizing a balanced diet and exercise regime are highly important in maintaining health.

For More Information:

Department of Physiology and Health, Maharishi University of Management

American Heart Association announcement: Meditation may reduce death, heart attack and stroke in heart patients

Reprint from Circulation: Outcomes, RCT reporting 48% reduction in clinical CVD events

Dr. Schneider on MIND-BODY-HEART tour

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