We are happy to share that plans for Dr Ramkumar’s visit to USA have been finalized. He will be in the USA between May 30th and June 17th 2017. During this trip, he will visit New York, Seattle, Sacramento, San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, Baltimore, Boston and Newton. We will share a more detailed itinerary over the next few days.
During this trip Dr Ramkumar plans to talk, primarily in an informal “satsang” like environment, with all participants and his talks will be based on experimental sustainable healing community with an emphasis to live simple, live well, live healthy, and live happy.
His talks will also touch upon living a life based on the principles of Ayurveda, a holistic form of medicine that focuses on the physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, social, and environmental well-being of the community.
Dr Ramkumar would love to meet and talk to you, your family, your friends, colleagues, other like-minded people and students during this visit.
Given the hectic schedule and the short duration of this trip, Dr Ramkumar is unable to accommodate visits to other cities in USA. However, he is planning a follow-up trip to cover some of the other cities.
Fees & Charges for the Talk
There will be no charges or fees to participate in the talk. In some of the sponsored talks, there may be an entry fee.
We will greatly appreciate voluntary donations to support the various community development work being carried out by Punarnava Trust. All donations can be made to Punarnava Healing Community, Inc. based in Massachusetts. This is an IRS certified 501 (C) 3 non-profit, so all donations will be tax deductible.
About Dr Ramkumar
Dr. Ramkumar is one of the Founder Directors of Punarnava Ayurveda, an institution committed to Authentic Ayurveda for Universal Well Being. He is a lifelong student of Ayurveda and other traditional Indian knowledge systems.
Over the last 15 years, he has given talks and conducted workshops in the Americas, Africa, Europe, Australia and south-east Asia propagating health and happiness through Ayurveda.
He is currently a part of a team engaged in creating an experimental green self sustaining authentic Ayurveda healing community on the outskirts of Coimbatore bordering Kerala in south India. The idea is to create an optimum healing environment. The village has commenced functioning in a small way with 36 units where people from all over the world spend time either to heal from various health issues or simple to rejuvenate. This village is called vaidyagrama and more information can be had on www.vaidyagrama.com and www.punarnava.org .