We are a vibrant group of people who want to tune into the abundant joy and wellness that life has to offer and then spread that abundance to our family, friends, and co-workers.
Our people and our partners bring their unique perspective and strengthen us with their personal motivations. We have compiled some and we welcome you to add yours.
I have read about mindfulness and want to learn where to start.
I have started yoga and meditation but I am unable to progress and benefit spiritually.
I want to believe in the power of my mind and spirit to lead and set positive goals.
I want a deeper sense of engagement to create a community of collective wellbeing.
I am concerned that my life is not something that is just happening to me like a series of events but I am actively taking control doing something for myself, interacting deeply with other people, and perhaps making my own life and then that of my family and friends around me better.
I want to prepare myself for life events, which are bound to happen. If you have seen some downtime already, you know what I am referring to. But if not, that downtime is inevitable – it could be a debilitating sickness or death of a loved one or as in my case, just the sheer mental drain of raising kids in America.
When I have retired, I want to have a platform to help myself and others in a meaningful way. That I would still be able to practice mindfulness and lead a fulfilled life with a mission in hand.
Happiness is the choice I must make, not something I must find.
The day I decided that my life was joyful, suddenly there was joy all around me.
If I were restricted to one pair of socks or one car in my entire life, I would treat those with utmost respect and care. Well, I’ll have only one mind and one body in my life, so I should better start right away.
Nivedita Ganapati, Founder DirectorSelf Awareness Coach
Harvard Law, High-Tech Law
Vikash Goyal, Chair of the BoardMindfulness Ambassador
VP Product Strategy, Oracle
Stanford Engg. and Business
Manoj Joshi, PresidentFounder, Wellness by all Means
Spiritual and Mindfulness Guru
MS, MBA, Yoga Master
Kuhuk Goyal, Mindfulness AmbassadorUC Berkeley Cognitive Science and computer Science
Wellness By All Means (WBAM) is a holistic health care organization integrating the best traditions and skills of Yoga and Pranayam, Meditation, Naturopathy, Homeopathy, Ayurveda, Reiki, Pranashakti healing and alternative therapies all under one roof for physical, mental, social and spiritual well-being.
One of their popular program is 21 days of Yoga and Mindful Meditation. This program explores Seven Secrets to Personal Excellence and teaches how best to Stretch, Breathe, Eat, Cleanse, Relax, Heal and Meditate. Over 4 thousand participants facing wellness challenges have already been benefited in last 6 years. Some of the key benefits are - physical fitness, stress relief, positive thinking, strong social and leadership skills, increased mental focus and work-life balance. The beauty of this program is that it is simple to practice and easy to integrate in one’s daily life.
WBAM also offers seminars and personal consultations in multiple locations with experts in the fields of wellness. If you are interested in a free 30 minutes consultation with one of their healing experts over phone or in person, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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