We have established PRAKRITI, which aims to be a center for the promotion of Ayurveda and Yoga, with both a cultural and experiential approach.
In this context, the project includes conferences, events and seminars related to these 2 disciplines, both exclusively theoretical and theoretical-practical.
It will be possible to have curative and regenerating stays at different levels, both for individuals and groups, with personalized routines, nutrition and treatments.
Yoga classes will also be organized.
Why did we choose the term PRAKRITI?
PRAKRITI is the first action, the origin of everything, the undifferentiated nature endowed with immense creation and transformation power.
PRAKRITI is also our original state, in which we are in full health and well-being.
Both these meanings share an underlying dynamism: everything that exists is interconnected with the whole, in a continuous information flow.
Health means being able to find a balance and/or rebalancing in this flow, living all the experiences with curiosity and intelligence.
Everything in this world can be useful or harmful to us, everything is related to the nature of our being, the environment in which we find ourselves, and that of substances: it is important to rediscover the ability to feel first, and then discriminate, in order to able to choose.
This is the teaching of Ayurveda and the true purpose of every cure, not only to regain the lost balance, but also to rediscover our ability to preserve it.
Who we are
Master´s Degree in Medicine and Surgery in 1993 at the University of Padua. Member of the Order of Physicians-Surgeons of the province of Udine since 1994.
Expert in Ayurvedic Medicine and Nutrition. In 2006 she received the “Master in Ayurveda” diploma at the Ayurvedic Point training school in Milan.
She graduated in “Panchakarma Therapies” at the Ayurveda Nursing Home SNA Oushadhasala in Trisshur – Kerala (India) associated with the Ayurvedic Point school in Milan.
Since 2003 she has been a member of the Italian Scientific Society of Ayurvedic Medicine.
For years, dr. Bergnach has been integrating Western medicine with Ayurvedic medicine to give the patient an holistic approach, with a special attention at the physical, mental and emotional levels.
She has written articles for magazines on yoga, Natural medicine and book chapters on the topic.
Since 2006 he has been part of the teaching staff of the Ayurvedic School of Medicine “Ayurvedic Point” in Milan, specifically for the Ayurvedic Medicine for Doctors and Dentists and Ayurveda Therapist Courses.
Barbara is a Yoga teacher with a “SagarYoga method” three-year diploma.
She regularly holds seminars and conferences on nutrition and Ayurvedic medicine.
Graduated in commercial technique, he managed several manufacturing companies.
In 2008 he obtained a four-year diploma as Ayurveda Therapist at the “Ayurvedic Point” school of Ayurvedic Medicine for doctors and therapists in Milan and in 2012 a three-year diploma in Panchakarma Therapies at the Ayurveda Nursing Home SNA Oushadhasala in Trisshur Kerala (India) associate with the Ayurvedic Point school in Milan.
Valter is a yoga teacher is a Yoga teacher with a “SagarYoga method” three-year diploma.
He regularly holds seminars and conferences on nutrition and Ayurvedic medicine.