Amarjeet S Bhamra
Secretariat, All Party Parliamentary Group Indian Traditional Sciences
Year 2018 led to the launch of a new UK-India Tech Alliance, announced by Prime Ministers May and Modi in London. Amongst this iconic list of ‘Most Influential People in UK INDIA Relations’, includes the name of Amarjeet S Bhamra, helping to elevate the bilateral relationship to a new level. (https://indiaincgroup.com/UK-India-100-2018/uk-india-100-influential-2018.pdf)
Initiator and Lead Secretariat at the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Indian Traditional Sciences, he is a prominent lecturer, practitioner and author on India’s Traditional Sciences and has been instrumental in ensuring Ayurveda and Traditional Sciences remain at the heart of the soft power alliances between India and the UK. On 18th April 2018, he oversaw the launch of a new Yoga Centre of Excellence and Indian Traditional Medicine by His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales and Prime Minister Narendra Modi as a first-of-its kind global network for evidence-based research on Yoga and Ayurveda.
He believes in a holistic approach that enshrines the body, mind and soul, aiming to treat the cause not just the symptom of the disease thus helping the body release its healing potential. The aim of any holistic application is to empower the patients through knowledge and education so as to help them make informed choices and prudent decisions.
A long-time champion of Traditional Medicines, he has recently initiated a European-wide million-strong petition (https://www.change.org/p/european-parliament-incorporate-yoga-and-ayurveda-into-european-healthcare?) to campaign for freedom of choice for all citizens of European Union to have access to Traditional Medicines.
His training programmes are world renowned for the clarity of their presentation and structure and his unique and charismatic entertaining style in his professional training workshops is always packed with practical and spiritual knowledge, that will give the learner a level of understanding and expertise, which would not normally be available from training courses perhaps outside India.