We want to be a complete health and wellness organization that enables people to take control of their health and wellness by guiding them on the Ayurvedic journey to wellbeing.
We want to help address your body, mind and spirit. Wellness is a combination of physical health, emotional wellbeing and life satisfaction.
We provide online user-friendly tools and guidance to make reasonable and sustainable changes to your lifestyle. Our lifestyle plans are customized to your unique body type, current health, and habits and routines. These plans, new each month, contain suggestions for nutrition, lifestyle habits, and an improved quality of life. We conduct workshops to educate people on an Ayurvedic approach to wellness and to have a better understanding of their own body and mind.
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P.O. Box #8507
Tarrytown, NY 10591
Sriram approaches life as one of non-conflict, a way of living where one's state of being, outlook in life, physical health and emotional wellness are aligned. He believes that physical and emotional imbalances are communicated by sensations and feelings in the body. By addressing these sensations, the body, mind and spirit open up to new possibilities. Sriram eats healthy foods, exercises regularly, practices deep breathing techniques and approaches life by embracing both the bad and the good. He strives to inspire others to live life with this same passion.
Sriram was in the telecom industry for 15 years. While working at Samsung, he was the lead member of the team that designed and implemented the world's first global mobile phone. As an independent consultant, Sriram worked with Taxi and Limousine Commission at the City of New York on strategies to provide field mobile phones to their police force. He enjoyed his career but his real passion was in spirituality, health and wellness. In 2011, he quit his telecom profession and enrolled in a two year program in Ayurveda at the Dinacharya Institute in NY. He has since traveled extensively in India and US. He has consulted with scientists and professors regarding the design and development of an Ayurvedic computer model for health and wellbeing and has worked with physicians to build Ayurvedic profiles of foods, exercise and lifestyle activities. In 2013, Sriram started VED living to educate people in ways to reconnect through Ayurveda with themselves and create their own path to a healthy and happy life.
Mayura is a dedicated Ayurvedic consultant who specializes in pulse reading, Panchakarma cleansing therapies, herbal remedies, diet and health cooking. The saying “health is wealth” encapsulates her belief that healthy living is the key to success.
A passionate teacher, she is a faculty member of the Dinacharya Institute in NY, has served as an Ayurvedic counselor in private clinics and at The Ayurveda Center in Manhattan, and has conducted workshops and seminars in India and the United States.
What does it mean to live a healthy life?
Mayura responds: To live a healthy life means to eat healthy food and to eat only when you’re hungry so you don’t overeat. You should cut your sugar, chocolate and ice cream to the minimum and exercise every day, maybe going for a run, stretching or doing some yoga poses. To be stress free and cheerful, meditate 10 minutes every day and keep a positive attitude. Let go of fears and other pain.
Ashlesha is an integrative Ayurvedic physician who received her medical degree from Mumbai University, India, where she earned special honors for her thesis. She is a nutritional consultant and an holistic health educator and is board certified in integrative medicine by the American Association of Integrative Medicine.
A third generation Vaidya, or Ayurveda physician for more than a decade, Dr. Raut taught at many North American colleges, receiving the Charaka award in 2012 for her teaching. A Reiki healer, she was also awarded the prestigious Shiromani Award by the Indian Board of Alternative Medicines for her contributions in integrative medicine. She is the director of Ayurveda at Main Street Yoga and Ayurveda for Healing, both in Bloomington, IL.
A dedicated American Red Cross volunteer in her community, Dr. Raut also has given many Ayurveda-related workshops, appeared on talk shows, and published research papers. She is active in many organizations such as the Association of Ayurvedic Practitioners, the National Integrated Medical Association-India and the Counsel for Ayurveda Credentialing.
What does it mean to live a healthy life?
Dr. Raut responds: Living a healthy life is achieving balance in our very existence—body, mind and spirit. While one is born with this natural connection of body-mind-spirit, health is nothing but complete awareness of the connectedness and union with the higher being.
Anitha is a public health professional with seven years experience in the design and evaluation of health programs for developing countries. She is passionate about finding culturally appropriate health solutions for all populations in need, including the poor and other vulnerable groups. She currently serves as the lead health advisor for Grameen Foundation, where she designs and develops health programs using mobile technology for rural women and children as well as frontline health workers in Ghana.
From 2004 to 2010 Dr. Moorthy was a key member of the clinical research teams at Johns Hopkins University, where she evaluated prevention and treatment strategies for HIV-infected women and children in South Africa, India and Ethiopia. In 2010 as a consultant for UNFPA, a United Nations agency, she worked with a team of global experts to revise policy recommendations for cervical cancer prevention and treatment. She also consulted on a PBS Frontline documentary examining the fate of sex workers in India and with non-governmental organizations in the United State and India, where she dealt with HIV and sexual/reproductive health rights issues.
Dr. Moorthy received her doctoral degree in infectious diseases from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and her masters degree in public health from Harvard University. Of great importance to her is living a life of awareness and connectedness. She meditates, uses natural healing methods, and participates in self-inquiry dialogues to explore living a free and uninhibited life.