About Ayurveda Dr. Rama Prasad
Moving to Australia, after 14 years in the field of Ayurveda and the wellness in India, Ayurveda Dr Rama Prasad developed new methods and techniques for practitioners and health seekers. Over the past 21 years, centred in Sydney, he is helping people all around the world with education and life advises.
"My GP and specialists were worried seeing that I also (I was just around 6 months old) started showing symptoms of a rare liver disorder that my 2 year old sister was already suffering from. They admitted that they didn't know what they were doing and hence suggested if anyone can help, take both of us to them. My dad found an Ayurveda practitioner in a far away town, who sadly admitted the girl has gone too far but he might be able to save the boy. Soon, my sister passed away and I survived under his care. My younger sisters were born with the same condition within few weeks after their birth. The same Ayurveda practitioner helped us all with smiles, nutrition and herbs. Years later, half way through my year 12 (maths & science), something changed in my heart and I switched to an 8 year Ayurveda graduation at the local university in 1983. I graduated it in 1990. This training was what I was looking for! Now, I am passionate and committed to help you with the same system that saved me. I want to help you with everything I know. My goal is your total wellness."
- Dr. Rama Prasad.
Dr Rama Prasad.
B.A.M.S., C.A.C.H. Professional Member A.T.M.S.
Dr. Rama Prasad teaches, presents and practices Ayurveda internationally for over 25 years. Dr. Prasad's coaching and presentation style is an absorbing with pure devotion and a strong sense of logic. He promotes Ayurveda a logical system with common sense, so that students and practitioners get an accurate understanding of its principles and application. He has organised and has been part of over 2 dozen international Ayurveda and and Yoga conferences in India and Australia. He is in the workshop of the 4th Ayurveda conference in Australia! He has identified around 2000 classical Ayurveda herbs in Australia, including many species which are endangered in India. In his Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne clinics, he specialises in "stress and its effect on the body" and uses effective mind-body treatment techniques. Currently he is working on a number of projects internationally, including an Ayurveda dictionary, an interactive online health training software, a "The Story of Ayurveda" exhibition material and an Ayurveda eco-health farm in Australia. He is part of a vibrant Ayurveda community with passionate professionals and participants in Australia. When he is back in south Indian village with his 7 year old daughter, he still performs his traditional temple service - helping his mother making Tulsi garlands for their local temple deities.
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India - University
Practice at Sydney and Melbourne Ayurveda centres
Training in Australia-wide, Singapore, India.
Presentations and talk at international venues
Presentation - national, international
Current work - International Ayurveda Conference