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BAAAP is proud to host Mental Health and Palliative Care through Ayurveda & Music Therapy on 28th May 2023. See details below

Mental Health and Palliative Care through Ayurveda & Music Therapy

BAAAP is proud to host ‘Mental Health and Palliative Care through Ayurveda & Music Therapy’ on 28th May 2023 1-5pm, by Dr Shubham Kulkarni. If you would like to attend, please register on the link below.…/ayurveda-and-music…

The workshop will be held at the YMCA Indian Student Hostel, SDM Conference Hall with a maximum capacity of 25 people (in person tickets). Online tickets are also available to join the workshop on a zoom call.

A brief synopsis:

– The session will start with the Omkar & Lord Dhanwantari Stavan Chanting
– Mental Health care through Ayurveda; with references from Vedas, Bhagvad Geeta & Ayurvedic texts in relation to the Mental Health aspect and care
– Origin of Indian classical music from Vedas; references to music therapy in different health conditions in Ayurveda and modern science with detailed explanation about music therapy – how to use it and how to choose it
– Raga System of Indian classical music and its importance as a music therapy in various health conditions
– Palliative care aspect through Ayurveda; end of life care of patients diagnosed with Cancer & Neurological disorders, and the importance of the use of music therapy sessions for the patients and caretakers
– Dr Shubham’s studies and research of music therapy on the basis of Ayurvedic Principles
– Finally, a demonstration of music therapy by singing some ragas with explanation of how the Ragas can deal with the mental and emotional factor in all

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