Both Ayurveda and Yoga are based on the principles of trigunas, five great elements and the theory of tridoshas. They both have common origin from Vedas and are the gifts of ancient Indian wisdom to the entire World. They both use the same principles for understanding the human body.
The aim of both sciences is maintenance of health, prevention of diseases and achieing longevity.
This is the only book, which deals with the common principles of Health and Diseases of Ayurveda and Yoga.
About the Author:
Dr. Subhash Ranade is one of the foremost experts on Ayurveda. He is leading academician and physician in the field of Ayurveda. He is the author of more than 92 books on Ayurveda and Yoga. He has worked as Prof. And Head, Dept. of Ayurveda. Pune,University and Principal of Ashtang Ayurveda College, Pune, India. He is also Chairman, International Academy of Ayurveda, Pune, India. This Institute imparts Ayurveda courses, Panchakarma and rejuvenative treatment for foreigners and Indians in Pune and Goa.
Professor Subhash Ranade has given many television interviews on Ayurveda, not only in India but also in Poland, Italy and Germany as well. He has also attended many International and National seminars on Ayurveda and Yoga. He has written hundreds of articles on Ayurveda and Yoga in various magazines and newspapers. He has honor of being visiting Professor to many institutes in the United States like Ayu-Seattle, American Institute of Ayurveda, San Francisco; SEVA academy Munich and Veda Klinik Charlottenhohe, Germany; Ateneo Veda Vyasa, Savona and SKA Ayurveda, Milan, Italy; School of Ayurvedic Culture, Barcelona, Spain; Body-mind Health, Surich, Swiss; Ultimate Health Center, Athens, Greece; and Foundation for Health in Warszawa, Poland. His pioneerinjg work in the field of CD ROM's like Dhanvantari and Marma and Massage have been whole-heartedly welcomed and highly appreciated by the Ayurveda world.
Since 1981, he has visited and conducted hundreds of Ayurveda courses for medical practitioners in Europe, Canada, USA and Japan.