In Conversation with a Vaidya
10 part interview series with Vaidyas who practice and teach Ayurveda in the West.
Every month we deconstruct the approach of seasoned Vaidyas with a diverse scope of practice. Vaidyas talk off the cuff about their passion for Ayurveda, specialties, contemporary issues and the most important lessons they have learnt. We will extract knowledge, tips and resources that you can use in furthering your practice of Ayurveda in the West. Join us live on the second Friday of the month or watch the recordings later.
Dr Jayarajan Kodikannath
B.Sc, BAMS & Academy Director at Kerala Ayurveda. Vaidya Jayarajan is a Specialist in Traditional Indian Medicine, Scholar & Educator, serving Kerala Ayurveda USA as Director of all academic programs and wellness services. With over two decades of experience in India and the U.S, he has touched the lives of thousands of clients across a wide array of disorders.
Friday, 8 Jan 2021 || 9 am PST/ 12 pm EST
Vaidya Jayagopal Parla
An internationally known speaker, educator, practitioner of Ayurvedic medicine and yoga with extensive clinical, teaching, and research experience. Founder and Director of Athreya Ayurvedic Integrative Health Center, Long Beach. Founder and Vice President of Athreya Herbs, a U.S.-based provider of Ayurvedic herbal formulations. He also teaches at Southern California University of Health Sciences, Mount Madonna College of Ayurveda, and Kerala Ayurveda Academy and serves as a visiting faculty member at the Japan School of Ayurvedic Medicine.
Friday, 12 Feb 2021 || 9 am PST/ 12 pm EST
Dr Namyata Pathak
BAMS, MD (Ayurveda, India), Vaidya – Scientist Integrative Health Director. Dr. Nami is one of the most extensively trained Ayurveda physicians in the US, practicing for nearly two decades. She is trained in Ayurveda and modern medicine and draws from both to offer sustainable health transformations. A widely published teacher in top Ayurveda schools in the US, she is a celebrated speaker and consultant for creating lateral health systems, especially for chronic disease management.
Friday, 12 March 2021 || 9 am PST/ 12 pm EST