Students from 9 countries attend Alma Mater, Slovenia to earn their Postgraduate Certificate in Ayurveda
University of Alma Mater Europaea – ECM University (AMEU) at Maribor, Slovenia
The first Postgraduate Certificate Programme in Ayurveda at Alma Mater Europaea University in Slovenia is progressing with students from 9 countries and 3 continents: Slovenia, Croatia, Ireland, United Kingdom, Lebanon, Slovakia, Denmark, France and South Africa.
After the first online course of studies in April this year, the students have begun integrating their new knowledge into their everyday practice. Students present their case studies via online webinars to the teachers and the rest of the group
Course participants were enthusiastic about the course structure and content:
“I worked around Ayurveda for a long time, but there was so much new knowledge there, it was just fantastic! A big thank you to everybody involved in putting this together. It’s a great, great start, and it has given me a lot of confidence.”
Course participant from Ireland
“Although it was a tremendous amount of information…, I did not realize that I’d managed to retain as much as I did and so I actually tried to put it into practice today. So, a huge congratulations and an even bigger Thank you!”
Course participant from South Africa
“It has been more than a week ago that I was like completely clueless about all this and now I feel….. like a new world has opened up.”
Health practitioner from South Africa
“As the principal teacher, I can say that we are very satisfied with the participation levels, the involvement and the interest shown by the students in the programme”, explained Gordana Marković, Director of the programme.
The next course block will be held in person in Maribor in early August. The programme will continue with pulse diagnosis and lectures about Subdoshas, protocols for cardiovascular disorders, gynaecological disorders, and musculoskeletal disorders, among other topics.
“We are all looking forward to continuing to help our students expand their existing knowledge of Maharishi AyurVeda and further broadening and expanding it”, Professor Marković added.
“We hope that we will continue to educate many more medical professionals who will start practising Maharishi AyurVeda in the following years, and thereby enable more people to improve their health by applying this knowledge in their everyday lives.”
The next Postgraduate Programme in Ayurveda is planned to start in April 2022 at Alma Mater University Maribor, Slovenia.
If you are interested in more details, please click this link: www.imavf.org/professional-training-2022/ and leave your full name, country of residence, email, and phone number in the form. We will contact you as soon as the programme schedule is finalised.