Dr.Sunil Joshi opened his private clinic, the Vinayak Panchakarma Chikitsalaya, in 1985 in Nagpur, India. The focus of his practice is the Ayurvedic treatments known as panchakarma and the use of herbal supplements. Dr. Joshi feels that Ayurveda is most successful when it is practically applied in conjunction with a strong educational foundation and it is with this intention that the Vinayak Ayurveda and Panchakarma Foundation was established in 2002.
The Vinayak Ayurveda and Panchakarma Research Foundation's main goal is to promote the traditional knowledge of Ayurveda for the health and welfare of all mankind. We propose to accomplish this by training front line Ambassadors of Ayurveda, who are based outside of India, to bring applied Ayurveda to their respective communities throughout the world. The Vinayak Ayurveda and Panchakarma Research Foundation will also provide all of the necessary support so that the graduates may succeed in their private practices.
Realizing the potential for Ayurveda to be preserved for centuries to come with it's introduction to the West, the Government of Maharashtra, India has approved the Vinayak Ayurveda and Panchakarma Research Foundation, in conjunction with Kavikulaguru Kalidas Sanskrit University, to initiate a diploma program in Ayurveda for foreign students only. Upon graduation from the program, students will receive the Ayurvedic Sadhana Padavika Diploma from the State of Maharashtra.Ask a question to The Vinayak Ayurveda and Panchakarma Research Foundation
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