Vedic Health Practice: Volunteers training Program in UFH

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This is a special training camp for volunteers who are interested to learn Vedic Health Science and its practice. This helps to gain true knowledge and experience, so that participants can help more people to bring sustainable health. Many people missing basics of health and unnecessarily struggling with huge number of health problems. People who wants to follow right practices and promote those right practices can attend this camp. 

Venue:  Manavata University, Kottakota, Mahaboob nagar, Telangana, India

Date: 12th Feb to 15th Feb 2016 (4 days full time)

About Trainer: Sri Ramarao Master, Sadhanasram, Hamsavaram. He is a great scholar and practitioner, rishi of Vedic health sciences, Nature living and serving humanity from his childhood with right knowledge. His excellency empowered and enlightened many people. His simple living and self-less service in right approach is ideal for whole humanity. He has built 4 acres of forest with several medicinal plants on his own land and giving lives to many people who are suffering with deadly diseases with his 45 days in house health program with strict discipline. His experience, great knowledge, excellency and service is amazing and invaluable.

Register: Free and open to all. As this is for a limited batch of 20 people, register asap to secure your place.

Pre-requisites for Participants:

  1. Must follow simple routine and follow Vedic health practice with strict discipline
  2. Dress code: simple cotton (white)
  3. Must be independent: manage everything on their own without any dependency on others   

Take away:

Nature living, Vedic culture, Medicinal values of different plants, Human responsibility, experience true natural energy, right food habits, nutrition, nature cure, Yoga, Pranayama, Homa, Meditation etc.



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