Sairam! Welcome to Sai Region10 Labor Day Retreat 2020.
Date: September 4th (Friday), 5:00 pm to September 6th (Sunday), 2:00pm.
Venue: 121 Camp Young Judaea Rd, Woodcreek, TX 78676. Map
Registration Link: http://sairegion10.org/retreat-registration/
Dr. Surendra Upadhyay is well known in the Sai family as a pioneer of International Medical Camps of the Sathya Sai International Organization, UK, and as a Member of the International Medical Committee. Dr. Surendra Upadhyay is an ophthalmologist that has been coordinating SSIO National and International Medical Camps and health awareness seminars all over the world since 1985. Dr. Surendra Upadhyay is a Honorary Professor and Consultant Ophthalmologist, UCL, London. Dr. Upadhyay has organized and led free eye treatment camps in India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, Russia, Bosnia, Zambia, and Kenya and in South America. He had the honor and privilege of working closely with our beloved Sathya Sai Baba and with Mother Theresa. In his volunteer medical service, Dr. Upadhyay says that he experiences that “service to man is service to God.” He has elaborated on the meaning of sacrifice as described by Sathya Sai Baba, is to love and serve those in need, without any personal reservations or expectations, to the best of one’s capacity. At the 2017 SSIO International Medical Conference, he was one of fourteen healthcare professionals and two volunteers, recognized by Dr. Narendranath Reddy, Chairman, Prasanthi Council, for their outstanding contributions and long-term dedication to Sathya Sai Global Health Mission and the practice of Sathya Sai Ideal Healthcare.
Dr. Sunder Iyer was a student of Bhagavan Baba’s academic Institutions from 1979 and stayed there until 1994. During these years while pursuing an academic education, Sunder had the privilege of learning powerful lessons in spirituality, yoga, and meditation. He earned a PhD in Banking and Finance from Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning.
Dr. Sunder Iyer, PhD has been practicing the science of Yoga since the age of 10. During his youth, Sunder spent over 15 years in India, in the ashram of his guru, Sri Sathya Sai Baba. He was the first and only student of the Sri Sathya Sai University to receive a Gold Medal for Yoga from the Divine hands of his Satguru. In the ashram, along with academics, Sunder continued to pursue the learning of traditional yogic practices and philosophy. He studied ancient Sanskrit texts, vedic chants and yogic approaches under the direct guidance of Sai Baba and the Yogis who visited the ashram.