Congress 2022

AYURVEDA CONGRESS AMN-ROMANIA 2022

The National Association for the Promotion of Non-Conventional Medicines – AMN-Romania
invites you to participate in the online event entitled “AMN-Romania Ayurveda Congress 2022”, on 22 and 23 January 2022, both days between 09:30 and 15:30 (break 12:00 -13:00).

The online event is organized with the support of the Embassy of India in Bucharest and His Excellency Mr. Rahul Shrivastava, Ambassador of India to Romania.

The theme of the AMN-Romania Ayurveda Congress 2022 is “Applications of Interdisciplinary Research in Personal and Assisted Ayurvedic Practice”. The AMN-Romania Ayurveda Congress 2022 is structured in 7 specialised sections: Pratipada, Achara, Samshodhana, Antarvishya, Paddhati, Nidana and Aushadha.

PROGRAMME OF THE AMN-ROMANIA AYURVEDA CONGRESS 2022

 

THEMATIC HIGHLIGHTS GROUPED ACCORDING TO SECTIONS

PRATIPADA SECTION – PRINCIPLES AND DIRECTIONS OF PROMOTING AYURVEDA TODAY

  • Speech on the occasion of the Ayurveda Congress AMN-Romania 2022 by H.E. Mr Rahul Shrivastava, Ambassador of India to Romania
  • Presentation of the programme of the Ayurveda Congress AMN-Romania 2022 – Andrei Gămulea, President of AMN-Romania
  • Ayurvedic tradition – past, present and future – Aurora Nicolae, Vice-President AMN-Romania
  • Current directions of interdisciplinary research addressed within AMN-Romania – Andrei Gămulea, President AMN-Romania

 

ACHARA SECTION – PERSONAL AND ASSISTED AYURVEDIC PRACTICE

  • Differentiated approach to post-Covid recovery according to the Ayurvedic variety of disease from – Dr Aurora Repede, Ayurveda lecturer
  • Ayurvedic therapeutic approach to a case of uterine fibroids – Dr. Monica Pascalau, Ayurveda lecturer
  • How Ayurveda helped me to develop a unique vegan restaurant in Romania – Ionuț Costin, Ayurveda lecturer
  • Regeneration of the bone system by Ayurvedic methods – cases of femoral head necrosis – Dr. Iulia Vlad, Ayurveda lecturer
  • Ayurvedic therapeutic approach to a case of ovarian cyst – Dr. Monica Pascalau, Ayurveda lecturer

 

SAMSHODHANA SECTION – AYURVEDA APPROACH THROUGH INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH METHODS

  • Ayurvedic concept of vitality – factors of vitality assessment – Dr. Mirela Stranț, Ayurveda lecturer, Dr. Nadia Todericiu, Ayurveda lecturer
  • Sattva-guna – the key to harmonization and healing in Ayurveda – beneficial effects of sattva diets – Dr. Dalia Faur, Ayurveda lecturerComparison of the effects of the Ohsawa-7 diet from the perspective of Ayurvedic tradition – Ionuț Costin, Ayurveda lecturer
  • The concept of flow (dravakara) – a comparative analysis between traditional Ayurveda and modern science – IT engineer Ion Marin, Ayurveda lecturer
  • Ayurveda Case study on personal counselling, ayurvedic recommendations appropriate to typology – school counsellor Gabriel Dragan, Ayurveda lecturer

 

PADDHATI SECTION – MODERN APPLICATIONS OF TRADITIONAL AYURVEDIC MODALITIES

  • Nasal therapy (nasya) in the treatment of post-Covid odour disorders – Dr Cristina Cîmpean, Ayurveda lecturer and Sophia Mitchell, Ayurveda lecturer
  • Applications of traditional Ayurvedic balancing methods for pitta-dosha – Nina Marin, Ayurveda lecturer
  • Application of Ayurvedic shirodhara therapy in case of tinnitus – Dr. Anca Cioltan, Ayurveda lecturer
  • Differentiated examples of inter-human relationships of the type of asymmetrical inter-constitutional relationships of ternary level: the type of interconstitutional Ayurvedic pitta-kapha-vata relationship with vata-pitta-kapha – Cornel Sgîrcea, Ayurveda lecturer
  • Applications of traditional Ayurvedic balancing methods for kapha-dosha – Nina Marin, Ayurveda lecturer

 

NIDANA SECTION – MODERN APPLICATIONS OF AYURVEDIC DIAGNOSIS

  • Treatment of anxiety from an Ayurvedic perspective, a holistic approach – Dr. Victor Modval, Ayurveda lecturer and Corina Serac, Ayurveda lecturer
  • Correction of bone deficiency (asthi-dhatu) using medicinal plants – Dr. Monica Pascalau, Ayurveda lecturer
  • Ayurvedic ways of maintaining balance during the transition between seasons – Carmen Munteanu, Ayurveda lecturer
  • The role of the Ayurvedic practitioner in bioresonance diagnostics – Dr Sigismund Papp, Ayurveda lecturer

 

AUSHADHA SECTION – PRACTICAL OBSERVATIONS ON AYURVEDIC REMEDIES

  • A modern approach to Ayurvedic pharmacology (dravyaguna) – Dr Manish Deshmukh, DMIMS(DU) India
  • The properties of cardamom seeds – use in nutrition and therapy – Dr. Monica Pascalau, Ayurveda lecturer
  • Practical applications related to the preparation of rasayana remedies that can be used in Ayurvedic basti therapies – Florin Blaj, Ayurveda practitioner
  • The use of obligeana root powder (vacha) in Ayurvedic nasya-karma procedures – Nina Marin, Ayurveda lecturer
  • Harmonization of the constitutive structure by applying the therapeutic pancha-karma – school counsellor, psychologist Gabriel Dragan, Ayurveda lecturer

 

ANTARVISHYA SECTION – INTERDISCIPLINARITY OF THE MILLENARY AYURVEDIC SCIENCE

  • Traditional Ayurvedic origins of modern SWOT analysis – Andrei Gămulea, President of AMN-Romania
  • Defensive mechanisms – a comparative analysis between Ayurvedic tradition and Western psychology – psychologist Florentina Baciu, Ayurveda lecturer
  • Directions of specialist training in Ayurveda in the framework of bilateral MoU agreements – Andrei Gămulea, AMN, Manish Deshmukh, DMIMS-India
  • Thematic summary of articles published on AMN and Ayush Cell Romania websites: amnromania.ro and ayus.ro – Costel Aioanei, Ayurveda lecturer
  • Concluding remarks of the AMN-Romania Ayurveda Congress – Andrei Gămulea, President of AMN-Romania