About the Conference
Ayurveda Association of Canada invites you to the 2nd Ayurveda Conference Toronto to commemorate Dhanvantari Jayanti globally known as ‘Ayurveda Day’ held on Nov 17-18, 2018.
FOOD AND NUTRITION
Attending this conference can help you learn about Food and Nutrition from an Ayurvedic Perspective, connect with the local Ayurvedic community as well as vendors and grow your Ayurvedic Tribe.
What you can learn by
attending the conference
- The Ayurvedic Perspective of Food
- How food affects mental health
- Ayurvedic Perspective on Current Dietary trends
- Western Herbs from an Ayurvedic Perspective
- The role of spices in health and healing
- Food and nutrition for different life stages like pregnancy, childhood etc
We have a limit of 200 tickets, and tickets are sold on a first come- first serve basis, so buy your tickets right now by clicking on the link below.
Venue: Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine 1255 Sheppard Ave E, North York, ON M2K 1E2
For all our Ayurveda Conference 2018 attendees, we are offering a special screening of the film ‘Soma: The Yogic Quest’ followed by a Q & A with Dr. Pankaj Seth, ND who is the creator of the film.
This film by Dr Pankaj Seth takes you on a spiritual journey from mountaintop monasteries in the Himalayas to grand temples and their sublime inner sanctums, sacralized spaces in India abound with the teachings of ancient seers. In Soma: The Yogic Quest, you walk amidst the sacred sites of India and uncover initiatory teachings of the Vedas, Upanishads and Buddha.
The Vedic seers called ‘Soma’, that knowledge which illumines and liberates as it arises in the Yogin. The Soma which is effective, they said, is made with the visionary mind of a Seer, and makes for a Seer.
Ayurveda Practitioner Forum
The AAC will also host a Canadian Ayurveda Practitioner Forum open only to AAC members.
Date: 16th Nov 2018
Time: 16:00-19:00 EST
Venue:Edward Hotel North York
185 Yorkland Boulevard, Toronto, Ontario M2J4R2
Hosted By: Ayurveda Association of Canada
Canadian Ayurveda Practitioner Forum