AYURVEDIC VAIDYA FOR 22+ YEARS
BAMS (BACHELOR OF AYURVEDIC MEDICINE & SURGERY)
PG DEMS, PG PPHC
Vaidya Amitha Rudraraju has been practicing Ayurveda since 2000.
She began her studies in Ayurveda with the University of Mysore and graduated with a BAMS (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery) in 2001. Next, Amitha studied at the Symbiosis Institute Pune and in 2002 earned a PG DEMS (Post Graduate Diploma in Emergency Medical Services). She went on to the Apollo Hospital in Hyderabad, continuing her studies and graduating in 2003 with a PG DPPHC (Post Graduate Diploma in Preventive and Promotive Healthcare).
Food and diet being key facets of wellness, Amitha moved to London and trained as a chef and nutritionist at Le Cordon Bleu, London, in 2013.
After completing five and a half years of BAMS training, Amitha became a fully qualified Vaidya in 2001. In 2004 she completed her Maharishi AyurVeda Training in Delhi. Back in London, Amitha went on to study Laughter Yoga and qualified as a teacher of this practice in 2015. At Edify Labs, Mumbai, she also studied and qualified in 2019 as a Life Purpose Coach. In 2023, she completed the Maharishi Marma therapy course in Vlodrop, The Netherlands.
Over the years, Vaidya Amitha Rudraraju has worked in various hospitals throughout India, mainly in the fields of Panchakarma and OBG (Obstetrics and Gynecology).
Q&A WITH Vaidya Amitha
"Put your heart, mind, and soul into even your smallest acts. This is the secret of success."— Swami Sivananda
Achieving a perfect work-life balance. It feels like there isn’t enough time, as I wish to dedicate my time to my patients and my family and to upgrade my skills every day.
My biggest motivation is helping others. The idea that I might provide a solution to someone's problem is what motivates me to do a good job.
My family and friends, who always encourage me and keep me grounded at the same time. They bring out the best in me.
"No one who does good work will ever come to a bad end, either here or in the world to come"— The Bhagavad Gita
- Gardening - hiking - nature walks
- Cooking and baking delicious goodies with my kids
- Traveling and exploring new countries; cuisine & culture
- Charity work
- Women’s Health
- Healthy Weight Balance
- Lifestyle and Nutritional Management
"Detachment from material things is the way to inner peace."— The Bhagavad Gita