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Ayurveda Cooking Demo: Food and its Cultural Significance in Health

Presented by Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine
Date and Time:
Tuesday, May 28th
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM

Amita Nathwani, MA Ayur

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Introduction to Ayurveda

Presented by Integrative Touch
Date and Time:
Saturday, October 28th
2:00 PM – 3:30 PM

Amita Nathwani, MA Ayur

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Integrative Touch
(520) 308-4665

Please join Amita Nathwani for a reading of her latest book!

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Date and Time:
Sunday, December 3rd
11:00 AM

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Are you interested in becoming an Ayurveda Practitioner?

PIHMA CPED is partnering with the Holistic Ayurveda Institute (HAI) to bring you a 1500-hour Ayurveda Practitioner Program. This course will teach the fundamental components and principles of Ayurveda, as well as the pre-clinical and clinical components of Ayurveda medicine. The course will provide 1100 hours of classroom theory and practical sessions, as well as 400 hours of internship training in an Ayurvedic clinic or hospital.
Starts Sept '22

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ACRM Hot Topics in CIRM Webinar Series

Ayurveda’s Role in Rehabilitation

Date and Time:
Friday, 11 August
12:30 PM – 1:30 PM Eastern Time

Amita Nathwani, MA Ayur
University of Arizona, Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine

Dr. Matt Erb
Special thanks to all in attendance!
Heritage Healing Practices

Heritage Healing Practices at the Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine

9 May 2023
1:00 – 2:00pm

In this talk, Amita Nathwani will discuss the origins of Ayurveda Medicine and how its approach to prevention and therapies are practiced in India today. We will explore the principles of Ayurveda in today’s western society and its application in modern medicine.

Ayurveda for Healthcare Practitioners

Saturday/Sunday December 5th & 6th, 2020

9:00am – 5:00pm

Seminar fee $279  (14 CEUs)

PIHMA Acupuncture College & Clinic

Virtual Class


Fall Cleanse

The Purpose of Cleansing in Ayurvedic Medicine

In Ayurveda, we set aside 5 days in the Spring and Fall to allow the digestive system to rest and help release any impurities from the bloodstream.

By eating a simple diet of Mung Beans, Rice and Vegetables along with using medicinal doses of Ghee, a pure triglyceride, we create a program designed specifically for the individual person.

This process is traditionally called “PurvaKarm” and I have been offering this cleanse for over 16 years to hundreds of clients. Some of the benefits include increasing immunity and strength, decreasing unhealthy cravings, reducing systemic inflammation in the body and weight loss.

This process is done on your own time, with guidance from me along the way. Please let me know if you have any questions!