Traditionally, in December we stay for a while to have a look back and share with you VedaPulse memories of the past year. Let’s remember the most vivid moments that will become history in a few days.
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September was rich in events for the VedaPulse company. Two seminars on pulse reading - in Madrid (Spain) and Bogota (Colombia) were the main events of the month.
August turned out to be a hot period for the VedaPulse Company. Business trip of Oleg V. Sorokin and his team to India was very productive. Two weeks of intensive workshops on pulse reading in the Indian cities of New Delhi and Pune were full of important events.
June 29-30, 2018 a seminar on pulse diagnostics was held in Beirut (Lebanon) for specialists practicing traditional methods of healing in the Middle East. 28 participants from Kuwait, Oman, Algeria, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates, Sudan and Lebanon have been studying the basics of working with the pulse diagnosis software – VedaPulse for 2 days.
On April 13-15, 2018, all-Russian seminar on pulse analysis "VedaPulse-2018" with participation of experts from Russia, India, Canada, Thailand, Lebanon, Israel, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan was held at the Congress center of VEGA Izmailovo hotel in Moscow. 60 specialists of traditional medicine within 3 days studied the basics of pulse reading in the framework of practical training and got acquainted with the clinical protocols of the analysis of health from the perspective of traditional healing systems (Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese medicine).
The beginning of the 2018 was marked with an outstanding event - an article on the use of HRV for determining Dosha imbalance has been published in the peer-reviewed Journal of Ayurveda and Integrative Medicine (J-AIM), which is internationally circulated open access SCOPUS-indexed journal on traditional medicine. The article is publicly available at ScienceDirect.com.
The most important event of the year for us was the award, given to the lead developer of HSK VedaPulse™ PhD Oleg V. Sorokin. He was awarded in the Veda Brahma Award category, which is given to scientists for outstanding inventions and important contribution to the development of Ayurveda. Oleg became the first scientist to win this award for the past 5 years and the first person from Russia to receive an award from the Association of Ayurvedic Professionals of North America (AAPNA).