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The Prime Club is a revolutionary 16-week health and weight loss program designed to heal the gut, flush out toxins and calm inflammation. Integrative neurologist and Ayurvedic practitioner Kulreet Chaudhary guides members through rich video tutorials and live Q&A sessions. A certified coach leads thoughtful, small group discussions as eight people journey through the program together. Prime Club members report breakthroughs with everything from weight gain to body pain, brain fog to insomnia. We believe as we heal ourselves, we heal our relationships, our life and the world.

Integrative Ayurveda Training for Health Professionals and Personal Wellness

Program Directors
Stuart Rothenberg, MD, FAAFP
Nancy Lonsdorf, MD, ABIHM

Incorporate the very best of Ayurvedic knowledge and technique into your clinical practice, and in your own life. Participating in this course will allow you to develop practical skills for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disease – including over 14 hours of expert instruction in Ayurvedic pulse assessment, taught by Drs. Lonsdorf and Rothenberg, each with extensive experience treating thousands of patients.

Healthy Ayurveda provides the most innovative approach helping to bring the ancient wisdom of Ayurveda to the modern world on a global scale. We aim to provide simple, elegant and powerful lifestyle modifiers for those seeking to find greater balance, connecting with purpose and to improve one’s overall health and well-being.

DharmaSmart.com is a shopping destination offering a range of products targeted to the mindful; the eco-friendly; yoga practitioners; people interested in Ayurveda, health and beauty, meditation; spiritual people and anyone choosing to live a conscious life.

Ayurveda Next Door is a global directory and multi-author blog for Ayurveda. Locate practitioners, treatment providers, Ayurveda products, schools, centers and clinics worldwide. Discover the Ayurveda community around you!

At the heart of The Raj are profound ayurveda treatment programs that help restore balance and reawaken the body’s natural healing mechanisms. Because the treatments are only a part of a comprehensive approach to creating health, guests at The Raj also gain an understanding of how all the various aspects of their lives are interrelated and contribute either positively or negatively to overall well being. Not only do our guests go home feeling renewed in body and spirit, they also report the benefits from their stay continually increase, long after they have returned home. To book your stay, call 800-864-8714 ext. 9000 or theraj.com

4wholeness.com is an online community at the junction of conventional and holistic medicine for women’s health. With a focus on breast cancer, 4wholeness.com provides information through articles and videos by health professionals across the United States. Necessary resources are presented by marketplace partners such as vpk® by Maharishi Ayurveda. Ayurvedic medicine aligns with our belief that a balanced body and lifestyle is the best medicine. We believe that integrating the best of Western medicine, when necessary, with the medical knowledge of the world’s cultures allows the body to heal itself, sustain vibrant health and heal faster when health challenges arise. Please visit us to learn more, find health professionals and be supported.

The non-profit Transcendental Meditation Program for Women offers an easy 7-step course for the full development of a woman's emotional, mental and physical health. The American Heart Association stated that the TM technique is the only meditation to effectively reduce high blood pressure, thus leading to a significant reduction in heart disease. Over 360 peer-reviewed published studies, including more than $26 million of NIH-funded research, show TM's broad range of benefit in all areas of life.

Healing Traumatic Stress and Raising Performance in At-risk Populations

The David Lynch Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization, was established in 2005 to fund the implementation of scientifically proven stress-reducing modalities, including the Transcendental Meditation program, for at-risk populations such as underserved inner-city students; veterans with PTSD and their families; women and children who are survivors of violence and abuse; American Indians suffering from diabetes, cardiovascular disease and high suicide rates; homeless men participating in reentry programs who are striving to overcome addictions; and incarcerated juveniles and adults.