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Sangeeta Sharma

Sangeeta Sharma
Sangeeta Sharma
  • Assistant Professor of Physiology and Health
  •  Director of Clinical Training for the MS in Maharishi AyurVeda & Integrative Medicine
  • Consultant Vaidya at Maharishi AyurVeda Integrative Health Center

Dr. Sangeeta Sharma is the mother of two children, wife of a physicist, an Ayurveda Vaidya, MD (Ayurveda), PhD in Panchakarma, researcher, and academician. She comes from a rich Vedic cultural background and inherited strong values like sincerity, self-discipline, kindness, and gratitude. Her father inspired her to pursue Ayurveda, the holistic science of life and kindled the dream of representing Ayurveda at an international Level.

Vaidya Sangeeta is a dedicated professional with 15 years of experience in practice and 5 years in teaching during postgraduate studies and a PhD in Ayurveda. She specialized in Panchakarma and successfully treated patients with a variety of ailments, including metabolic and lifestyle disorders. She is also certified in nutrition and health education and astromedicine and uses a holistic approach, including all the modalities of Maharishi AyurVeda. She is an avid learner and has attended many workshops and conferences to update herself on new developments and different approaches to treating disorders.

In her endeavor to share knowledge with others, she co-authored the first book exclusively on Vamana Karma (therapeutic emesis) in 2018 and has presented many papers and published many articles. She is passionate about giving back to society and has done a lot of work with NGOs and community development. She has conducted many camps and awareness programs to educate people on the Ayurveda way of living.

She has done her BAMS (Graduation) from Dr. BRKR Govt. Ayurveda College, Hyderabad, India, and was at the top of her class. Later she pursued her MD (Ayurveda) and PhD from National Institute of Ayurveda, Jaipur, India. She was All-India 4th Rank in post-graduate studies and All-India 2nd Rank in PhD entrance. She has done research on dyslipidemia in her MD (Ayurveda) and Hypothyroidism in her PhD.

She is a Guinness Book of World Records holder for being the trainer and key participant in the “Largest number of people receiving Nasya therapy” during RAYM held at the National Institute of Ayurveda, Jaipur, on September 15, 2017.

Before joining Maharishi International University, she worked as Research Head for Vaishnavi Welfare and Charitable trust, an NGO in India, working on the management of malnutrition through Ayurveda, and as a Panchakarma Consultant in Guna Ayurveda, Hyderabad.

She has a number of articles published both in India and International Journals and has presented many papers and talks on health to corporations.

At present, she is Director of Clinical Training for the MS in Maharishi AyurVeda and Integrative Medicine and Assistant Professor in the Department of Physiology and Health at Maharishi International University and Consultant Vaidya at MIU’s Integrative Health Center.



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