Are you ready to send your child back to school after lockdown? A severe deficit of physical activity, over-exposure to the internet, and indisciplined diet regimes are the undesirable outcomes of resultant lockdowns. A reboot, therefore, before they begin attendance at schools is a must.
On 4th September 2021, 9-10.30 am, Under our ‘Lessons for Life’ initiative, Bhavyata Foundation will host a webinar on ‘Swasthya Samvad’ by Vaidya Shri Suvinay Damle. We welcome all interested School Principals, Teachers, and Parents to the above session. (For children, ages 10 to 18 years)
We need a few minutes to fill out below survey cum registration form to help you understand your problems better and provide long-term solutions to improve child immunity.
Swasthya Samvad – Orientation for School Administrations and Parents on Child Wellness and Immunity
A Preventative Approach to Fight Viruses, Seasonal Changes and Infections.
SALIENT Features of the DISCUSSION
Ayurvedic Diet for Children – Prakrti wise diet helps build resistance and resilience.
Herbs and Formulas – To support Agni(the digestive fire) and clear excess Kapha from the system.
The Importance of Digestion – Ayurveda regards digestion as the very cornerstone of health.
The Importance of Routine – Maintaining a strong level of physical activity with supportive lifestyle choices.
Healthy Sleeping Habits – Consistent sleep routines foster health.
Healthy Eating Routines – Children do best when their bodies can rely on healthy diet regimes and routines.
Healthy Lifestyle Habits – It will generally benefit kids to cultivate consistency and predictability regarding lifestyle.
Mindfulness and Meditation for Children – Prioritizing these practices indeed has a long-term impact.
Vaidya Shri Suvinay Damle
Vaidya Suvinay Damle, Kudal, Sindhudurg
Approved member of Ayurveda Vyaspeeth Kendriya.
Ex-VP of Ayurveda Vyaspeeth, Ex-President of Rotary Club, Kudal, Maharashtra.
He is an Ayurvedic doctor who runs a clinic in a village Kudal, near Sindhudurg which functions on the barter system model for the patients who can’t afford to pay in cash. He has received in exchange for his treatment things starting right from brooms, to utensils to sacks of rice/wheat in return and not to forget a countless number of blessings. That is why he has been honored in the Limca Book of Records. He is known for his selfless efforts to revive ancient Indian medicine
His YouTube channel Damle Uvacha which is in Marathi, on which 350+ videos based on Ayurveda lifestyle have been uploaded, and recently he has over three lakh subscribers! This is a great achievement of a Vaidya in the field of Ayurveda!