Ayurveda physician and health trainer
Win Silvester MA holds a master's degree in health management and heads the Q-Fitness Academy in Bonn. He completed a three-year study of Ayurveda medicine, supplemented by study visits to India and Sri Lanka. He also teaches the South Indian martial art Kalaripayattu, in which movement, meditation and massage come together. With his many years of training and course-leading experience, he enriches the Ayurveda Academy as a translator and specialist lecturer.
Technological progress affects all three doshas off:
The daily balancing of these principles is becoming increasingly important. A healthy work-life balance is no longer a luxury but a duty.
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Ayurveda is the science of long, healthy and happy life.
Rasayana is the section that explicitly refers to the topics of rejuvenation and longevity. Aging is generally considered to be biologically and chronologically inevitable. However, in recent years, groundbreaking findings in modern science have thrown this assumption into question. In 2009, Dr. Elizabeth Blackburn et al. was awarded the Nobel Prize for the discovery of the enzyme telomerase, which can halt and even reverse ageing processes in certain tissues. Since then, research in the field of gerontology has exploded. Almost every day, studies bring to light knowledge that can be read in the classics of Ayurveda more than 2,000 years ago. Learn more in this impulse lecture,