Nevada City, CA (Vocus) November 24, 2010
The California College of Ayurveda announces a complete program in Ayurvedic medicine and the management of cancer for December 2010 in its primary location in northern California. Ayurveda is an traditional medicine from India that focuses on healing the body, the mind and the spirit with a variety of healing modalities including nutrition, herbs, sensory and body therapies and Ayurvedic Yoga therapy.
By far, cancer is the most feared of all disease. Taunting humanity with the threat of a slow, painful death it is often the first disease people think they have when they experience pain or feel a lump in their bodies. Ayurvedic medicine offers and effective an holistic treatment option to cancer that focuses in healing the body, but also the mind and the spirit.
While everyone is looking for the definitive cure for cancer in an herb, Ayurvedic practitioners know that healing is more than taking a pill. Herbs offer great potential to stimulate the healing process and can even destroy cancer cells. Ayurveda uses a multitude of additional healing modalities including diet, colors, aromas, sound, lifestyle recommendations, pancha karma, meditation, and yoga in order to support maximize the body’s potential for healing.
Dr. Marc Halpern, founder and president of the California College of Ayurveda, will be presenting a two-day program in December 11-12 about Ayurveda and Cancer in Nevada City, CA. During this two-day program, participants will have the opportunity to immerse in the Ayurvedic treatment of Cancer and will understand how to support the healing process of those who are confronting these conditions. Participants will learn about the role of diet and lifestyle, yoga and meditation, and of course herbs in the management and treatment of cancer.
Dr. Halpern is an internationally respected expert in the fields of Ayurveda and Yoga, and is the only individual who has received the award for Best Ayurvedic Physician outside of India. He is a co-founder of the National Ayurvedic Medical Association and publishes recognized journals in the fields. For more details about this program or the Ayurvedic education programs offered by the school, please call (530) 478 9100 or visit AyurvedaCollege.com