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Dr. Franklin's is a Panchakarma Institute and Research Centre located in Kerala, India. Apart from a range of traditional ayurveda treatments, the Institute also offers three options of training courses: Fundamental Principles and Practice of Ayurveda, Ayurveda Massage Course and Yoga Teacher Training Courses.

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drfranklin.com
facebook.com/KeralaAyurvedacentre

Countries
India

Places
Chowwara, Kerala, Trivandrum (Thiruvananthapuram)

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