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Prevention & Treatment with Ayurvedic

The Circle Arts Centre in Portslade

Saturday 27th October 2018

10:00am til 12:30pm

Minimum Age: 18

Join us for this fascinating talk on how Ayurveda can be used to treat and prevent inflammatory autoimmune disorders.

 
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Prevention & Treatment with Ayurvedic on Saturday 27th October 2018

Prevention & Treatment of Inflammatory Autoimmune Disorders in Ayurveda

by Dr. Shijoe Mathew Anchery BAMS PGDP PGDCRRA

Saturday 27th October

10:00 – 12:30

Join us for this fascinating talk on how Ayurveda can be used to treat and prevent inflammatory autoimmune disorders. Dr Mathew will guide you through the history and beliefs behind this ancient science of healing and balancing.

THE AYURVEDIC LIFE WITH DR. MATHEW STORY

The Healthy Path

Ayurvedic life with Dr. Mathew was founded in 2000 in San Francisco in order to provide comprehensive services that support and foster the health of our customers.

We love working with clients from all walks of life who all share the common goal of bettering their mind, body and soul.

Whether you are experiencing pain or simply want to improve your physical and mental fitness, Ayurvedic life with Dr. Mathew provides the resources to do so in a healing and friendly environment.

The Ancient Science of Ayurveda

The central principle of Ayurvedic science is that we are all unique with an individual constitution, and our own physical and psychological nature.

Therefore the Ayurvedic approach treats all aspects of a person, as anything that affects the mind will affect the body.

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