Dry skin, dehydration, edema, diabetes, excessive urination and glaucoma are all indications that the function of ambu vaha srotas, the water-regulating channel, is being affected by one’s diet, lifestyle, environment, or other factors. How can these disorders be managed Ayurvedically?
In this live, online webinar, Vasant Lad BAM&S, MASc, teaches you comprehensive ways to manage common ambu vaha srotas disorders in yourself and clients by using aushadha (Ayurvedic herbs), ahara (diet), vihara (lifestyle) and other tips and techniques to restore balance and health to this critical channel of the body.
Drawing from his decades of clinical Ayurvedic experience, Vasant Lad will explore the various ways a channel of the body can become imbalanced and the signs and symptoms that manifest these imbalances, with special reference to the management of ambu vaha srotas disorders.
You will also have the opportunity to submit questions about the topic to Vasant Lad. As time permits, he will answer some of these inquiries during the course of the webinar. Due to the high volume of questions received, we ask that each participant limit their questions to one per session.
Review: What is Ambu Vaha Srotas?
A srotas is a physical and energetic pathway through which water, food, and air enter the body; feces, urine, and sweat leave the body and the mind and three doshas move within it. Ambu Vaha Srotas is the water-regulating channel, influencing all the waters of the body from cerebrospinal fluid, salivation, gastric mucosal secretions and the secretions of the pancreas.
Webinar Class Schedule, Mountain Daylight Time
Friday 7:00 – 9:00 pm
Saturday 10:00 am–1:00 pm
$166.50 Members, seniors, graduates
$185 Standard Enrollment
Or you can register by calling our office at (505) 291-9698 and then press “0” to talk to our staff. Payment in full is due at time of enrollment. Enrollment is open until 12 noon, Friday, March 27.
Certificate of Completion for 5 contact hours is provided based on a participant’s attendance of all 5 hours of class. It is likely that medical terminology will be used during instruction.