AyurShop, the complete store in Ayurveda is organizing a month long ‘Ayurveda Awareness Mela’ on ‘Good Health’ as part of its first year anniversary celebration. The month long informative activities beginning from April 1, 2011 will be held at AyurShop’s offline store in J.P Nagar, Near Ragigudda temple, Bangalore. The activities are open to general public who can look forward to get deep insights into Ayurveda, the ayurvedic perceptive of various problems or just get pampered by free facials! The month long events will include host of activities like free seminar on joint pain, menstrual cycle and womanhood, nadi parkisksha camp, blood donation camp, free Swarnaprasha camp and free facials amongst others.
Says Vikas Sharma, CEO AyurShop.com, “Continuing our efforts in promoting good health though ancient means like Ayurveda we want to organize activities that are of interest to people in beauty, health and knowledge. The Ayurveda Awareness Mela is one of the endeavors this year where we want to bring in the importance of good health in the lives of Bangaloreans. We are also glad that along with our sustained efforts we have teamed with esteemed business partners who also believe in promoting good health.”
To obtain the entire list of the scheduled activities interested people can visit the website www.ayurshop.com or visit the offline store at J.P Nagar, Bangalore. Companies like Baidyanath, Himalaya, Sri Sri Ayurveda and Jovees are participating in this mela to schedule string of health related events. To take part in these activities interested people need to register at the offline store at JP. Nagar. For details contact 98451 83887 or 080 26583635.
AyurShop is one of the unique initiatives in Ayurveda that has both online and offline presence. AyurShop’s outlet in J P Nagar is one of the largest Ayurveda stores in Bangalore with over 200 Ayurveda brands. AyurShop is involved in retail export of health products to over 20 countries. The store started in 2003 with its online presence, which was one of the first in the country and is now looking to expand its offline footprint. (by Ayurvedanews.com)