My art of healing is rooted in the wisdom of many cultures and based on years of evidence and experience, adapted for the challenges of modern times. I generally focus on health promotive, disease preventive, curative and restorative approaches.
I believe that it is important to find out and treat the root cause of the illness, and not merely the symptoms that manifest as diseases. I practice the kind of healing where the physical, mental and emotional aspects of the body are repaired and rejuvenated. I also strongly advocate maintaining the overall well-being of a person, which is an integral part of my practice.
I studied integrated holistic medicine at the Medical College of Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences under the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bangalore, India.
I am a wellness expert and medical doctor in integrative holistic medicine and health from Kerala, India.
My unique approach blends traditional eastern and western diagnostic and therapeutic methods, naturopathic and Ayurvedic medicine, meditation and yoga. I specialize in giving nutritional advice, cleansing and detox, yoga theory and practice, mindfulness, kalari, meditation and chakra alignment and adapt the programme for each individual as needed.
I am convinced that there is a natural healer within every individual. The naturopathy medicine I practice recognizes the inherent self-healing capacity of the body and provides a conducive environment to nurture the healer within and in harmony with nature. Caring and curing is aided through natural elements and healing is holistic – touching the mental, physical, social and spiritual planes of well-being.
I was until recently a resident senior wellness expert for integrated holistic medicine and yoga, at the world-famous Como Shambhala Estate in Bali. Previously, I was a Senior Doctor and Department Head at the well-recognized wellness and yoga retreat, SwaSwara in Gokarna, India (a unit of CGH Earth Group). I also worked as a medical expert in the Kalari Ayurveda Marma Hospital and as a medical officer at the School of Ayurveda, Yoga and Panchakarma, and Anjali Holistic Medical Center in Kerala.
I practice the original martial art of Kalaripayattu, the first martial art form, considered among the oldest and most scientific martial arts in the world – which is all about fluid movements, inner peace and strength in harmony with nature.
I grew up in Kerala, surrounded by Ayurvedic practice and have deep roots in the culture and practice of the region. My grandfather was a spiritual guru, accompanying pilgrims on their spiritual preparations.