Ayurveda, Gut and Holistic Health Panel at Mega Health Expo on March 5

Suraja Menon Roychowdhury
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BURLINGTON, MA- In recent years, gut health has been linked to diseases ranging from obesity to autoimmune diseases to hormonal imbalances. The 5th  Annual Health, Fitness & Wellness Expo will present a holistic health panel on March 5th  at the Marriott Hotel in Burlington, MA.

The panel is presented by Boston-based Wholistic Health Alliance on this important and emerging topic. Holistic professionals from the fields of Ayurveda, acupuncture, yoga and meditation will present key information and useful takeaways. Detailed handouts with tips and guidelines will be given to all attendees, for attendees to carry what they learn from the panel and integrate the learning and solutions into their lives.

The 5th Annual Health, Fitness & Wellness Expo is on March 5th, 2017 from 9: 00 AM. It is free to all attendees but they must pre-register. For more information and to register for FREE, please visit Health Expo website at http://healthfitnesswellnessexpo.com/

The expo is organized by IndUS Business Journal and INDIA New England News and is sponsored by Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, Lahey Health and INE MultiMedia, Inc.


Pratibha Shah

Pratibha Shah

Pratibha Shah is a leading Ayurevda expert in the New England area, with Masters’ degrees in Ayurveda as well as Public Health, giving her a unique vantage point of being able to work across Eastern as well as Western streams of care. Her approach integrates the “3 Ps” of Ayurveda –  Promotion (of health), Prevention (from illnesses), Personalization (of health and wellness plans), helps one achieve their personal health goals while also providing guidelines for realizing one’s true life potential to the fullest.

She is a senior faculty and Ayurveda Domain Expert for Kerala Ayurveda Academy and is the Founder and President of Council for both Ayurveda Research and Wholistic Health Alliance. She runs an informative blog called My Ayurved which is followed in more than 50 countries. She currently works as an Ayurveda consultant at Well Life Medical, in the Boston area.

Beth Marik

AHC/BCTMB/LMT/ERYT/ACE personal trainer

Beth Marik

Beth Marik is a health and wellness professional with over 16 years’ experience in the field of holistic health education. Her studies have helped me to become an outstanding therapist, yoga teacher and health counselor. She is versed in clinical documentation, assessment/treatment, and have proven results when working with clients.

Belief in the practical knowledge of multiple, holistic education/techniques has enabled her to blend the benefits of quality yoga instruction with “chikitsa” or therapy. Beth began her yoga studies at 18 years of age. She is originally from Chicago, IL and a recent resident of the North Shore region in Massachusetts. My next yoga adventure is to visit Kerala for Ayurvedic and Panchakarma studies. A member of AMBP, she currently works with clients, offering Ayurvedic/Yoga Education and professional bodywork in New England around the greater Boston/North Shore areas.

Suraja Menon Roychowdhury

Suraja Menon Roychowdhury is a licensed acupuncturist and herbalist trained in Chinese and Japanese styles of acupuncture and herbal medicines.  With a Ph.D in Pharmacology and extensive experience in the Pharmaceutical Industry in Neuroscience she brings a unique perspective to the understanding of medical practice.

Suraja Menon Roychowdhury

As a TCM practitioner, Suraja enjoys connecting deeply with her patients, as a result of thorough discussions about their chief complaint, as well as all issues associated with their physical and emotional health. The inseparable nature of the mind and body is one of the central tenets of TCM, which she finds most satisfying in her work as a neuroscientist-cum-TCM practitioner.  Her approach is patient-and results-oriented and she encourages her patients to take an active role in their health care.

‘Together, I believe that we can reach that crossing point from illness to health, and ultimately, wellness’ she says. Her practice, appropriately named Crossing Point Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine is in Lexington, MA.  She has given several community talks on TCM and is passionate about spreading the word regarding this powerful, safe treatment modality.


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