Mumbai, 27th April, 2021: Ayushakti, one of the leading and most trusted ayurvedic health centres around the world, co-founded by Ayurveda expert Dr. Smita Naram has successfully wrapped a 100 day course on “Ancient Secrets of a Master Healer”. This course was done in association with Ancient Secrets Foundation, which has been established to serve from heart-to-heart, everyone who needs to feel the healing power of love.
This course was based on the secrets revealed in the internationally best-selling new book “Ancient Secrets of a Master Healer, by Dr Clint G Rogers. More than 250 people participated and benefitted from this course, including Doctors, practitioners, and regular people, across 33 countries. They were taught practical tools and simple remedies which could be applied to some of the most common health challenges.
This 100-day course was conducted online via Facebook groups, considering the global pandemic situation.
This course is about the healing methods taught by legendary master healer, Dr. Pankaj Naram and meant for people who are keen on following his footsteps of learning the 2,500 years long lineage of Masters back to Jīvaka, the personal physician for the Buddha.
Speaking on the success of the online course, Dr. Smita Naram, Co-Founder of Ayushakti and wife of late Dr. Pankaj Naram said, “We are overwhelmed with the participation this year by our course, with Dr. Clint G Rogers, of Ancient Secrets Foundation. Our aim at Ayushakti is to inspire people in knowing their own body and health and learning healing methods to live a stress-free life. We are thankful to Dr. Rogers who resonates with our ideologies and conducted this online with us. We hope that the people who attended have learnt about Ayurveda’s ancient healing secrets, from his introductory programme and can help themselves and their loved ones.”
Ayushakti continues to create awareness about realising the importance of an individual’s health and wellness through the power of Ayurveda and inspire people to live a healthy life, treating chronic illnesses.