Workshop Picture 1The aim of our three-part nadi vigyan workshop is to create inspiring experiences and impart practical skills that empower participants to further develop their own Ayurveda practices with more enthusiasm, confidence, personal satisfaction as well as therapeutic success.

Compared with other subjects in Ayurveda, relatively little information is available on nadi vigyan. However, there are still traditional schools of thought and unbroken lineages in India that have kept the practice of pulse reading alive by passing it on in the classical way from guru to shishya (master to student). This 3-part series of workshops will cover the basic concepts and principles of the Siddhaved tradition of pulse readers, who use this art & science not only as a diagnostic technique, but also as a means of “entering into the heart of the patient” to create trust as well as a powerful experience of transformation.

To learn the art of pulse reading, knowledge of Ayurveda and the correct technique are very important. However, “Knowing is not Doing, Doing is Doing”. These weekends will therefore combine theoretical knowledge with interactive practical sessions and specific processes that aim to enhance your focus and sensitivity as a pulse reader. We will also share many practical concepts that we were taught by our teachers in India and which we have found to be of enormous benefit both during our studies and as practitioners.

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Part 1: tbc
Part 2: tbc
Part 3: tbc
For full details about the workshops, please download the following documents (pdf):

Please click here if you need more information or if you wish to make a booking or register your interest.


We also share our experience by teaching at different Ayurvedic schools and institutions in Europe. For more details please visit:


The Art and Science of Pulse Reading Ayurveda Portal, February 2008

Nadi-Vijnana Yoga Aktuell, January 2011 in German

Marma – Ayurvedic Therapy for Healing & Transformation Ayurveda Portal, September 2007

The Concept of Bhej and its Role in Women’s Health, Prana, Spring 2009

Physological Fire Alarm – The Concept of Heat Prana, Summer 2009

Managing Vata – The Key to Flexibility, Support and Healthy Bones, Prana, Autumn 2010

The Creative Power of the Uterus and its Link to Uterine Fibroids, Prana, Spring 2011

For more articles on Ayurveda and Pulse Reading click here.

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