Dimples, pimples, wrinkles and spots: what your face is saying about your health.
Visual inspection (darshanam) is an important method of clinical examination in Ayurveda. By carefully observing the characteristics of facial lines, ridges and creases; the size, shape and coating of the tongue; and the attributes of the ear from helix to lobe, a clinician can acquire valuable information about the state of a client’s vital organs, digestion, and potential genetic predispositions for disease.
In this live online webinar, Vasant Lad, BAM&S, MASc, will weave lecture, illustration and living examples together to guide us through the process of examining the face, tongue and ears. You will gain valuable insight about yourself, your family, and your clients by tapping into the wisdom of this 5,000-year-old Ayurvedic assessment tool. There is no need to travel for this great session. You will also have the opportunity to submit questions about the topic to Vasant Lad, who will answer them during the course of the webinar, as time permits.
Webinar Class Schedule, Mountain Standard Time
Friday 7:00 – 9:00 pm
Saturday 10:00 am–1:00 pm
$157.50 Members, seniors, graduates
$175 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, February 1.
Certificate of Completion for 5 contact hours is provided.
Eligible for 5 PACE TIA credits from the National Ayurvedic Medical Association.
Ayurveda, The Science of Self-Healing by Vasant Lad, Order Here
Textbook of Ayurveda, Volume Two, Vasant Lad, Chapter 4 pages 60-61, Chapter 5 page 107, Order Here
“The Stories Told by the Lines of the Face”, Ayurveda Today, Spring 1989, Order Here
Feb 1 & 2 Ayurvedic Art of Reading the Face Webinar
Attendees will be able to log in and watch the recording of the webinar for a limited time after the event. The recording will be available from approximately Wednesday, February 6, after the live recording, until Sunday, February 17 at midnight.