Symbiohealth- A sustainable system of medicine that combines a defence strategy of prevention with an offense strategy of disease management to provide each patient with personalized care.
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Utilizing a healthcare strategy that not only manages and treats disease, but also prevents disease by strengthening the body’s defense system, can provide more comprehensive care to each patient. This dual strategy of care helps to better maintain the overall health of a human being.
Ayurvedic and Yoga treatments including yoga postures, breathing exercises and massage can help to rejuvenate the body and provide tremendous relief without producing any toxic side effects. Strengthening the body’s defence system makes it more capable of fighting disease and less prone to catching disease. As a result, less medication is necessary, which in turn reduces the chance of toxic side effects.
A healthcare system that applies a combination of ayurveda and modern medicine techniques to maintain health is more economical. Rather than only using modern medicine’s expensive treatment strategy, physicians can use natural ayurvedic preparations when necessary. This technique saves both time and money for patients as well as physicians.
Dr.Gopal Basisht is a senior rheumatologist who practiced for more than 50 years including as specialist in internal medicine for 10 years and rheumatologist for 40 years. He is a keen observer of todays’ healthcare system and striving to provide a better healthy society to the globe. After learning fundamental principles of Ayurveda, he coined the term ‘Symbio-health’. He envisioned the betterment of society through initiating a project on contemporary edition of Charak Samhita- Ancient healthcare treatise of Ayurveda with the help of eminent personalities of Ayurveda. He is the Chief Editor of new edition of Charak Samhita and established a centre for research, training and skill development centre in collaboration with Institute for Post Graduate Teaching and Research in Ayurveda, Gujarat Ayurved University, Jamnagar.
Nancy has been practicing yoga since 1998 and teaching since 2006. She specializes in Yoga For Your Health. She understands the health benefits of yoga and shares this with her students in both group classes and individual private classes. Nancy received her 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Certification from Edely Wallace, Director of the Yogamatrix Studio, in Orlando. She has been teaching at The Yogamatrix Studio since 2006. Nancy has also been teaching at Lake Highland Preparatory School since 2006 for teachers and staff after school. During her teaching career she has taught teachers, staff, students, athletes, corporate employees, celebrities, and most importantly those individuals who are healing from physical, emotional, mental etc…challenges. Nancy developed and teaches a unique class at the Yogamatrix Studio called “The Healing Power of Yoga”. Nancy has been working with Dr. GopalBasisht since 2010 on helping to educate patients on the healing benefits of incorporating yoga into their daily routine.
Nancy moved to Orlando from Massachusetts in 2005 with her husband and two children. She has a BS in Engineering from the University of Massachusetts and an MBA from Babson College. After leaving the corporate world to raise her family she followed her heart and found teaching yoga to be her life calling.
Debbie has been practicing Yoga since 2002, beginning as most people do with a desire to get in shape physically. She explored many types of Yoga including Power Yoga, Kundalini, Bikram’s and Ashtanga. But it was a class she took in India, overlooking the Himalayas, that made her realize how Yoga was much more than just a workout. Soon she began to witness how her own confidence boosted, her self-image improved and her ability to simply love life blossomed. The saying “find the peace within” finally made sense! She truly believes that world peace begins with a decision that each individual makes to take responsibility for his/her own happiness.
Debbie received her two-hundred-hour teaching certification in May 2007 and continues to expand her knowledge of Yoga seeking instruction from such masters as Doug Swenson, Max Strom, John Friend, Larissa Carlson, Paulie Zink and Amrit Desai. She is currently pursuing her five-hundred-hour certification at Kripalu as well as Yoga Therapy training. She also began a yoga program for female inmates at the Orange County jail as part of a rehabilitation program.
Debbie’s classes have been described as “nurturing” and “explorative,” with a strong focus on the breath, giving individuals the freedom to grow and discover their own practice with her guidance. She also creates and facilitates several workshops, taking her instruction beyond the asanas (postures) and showing people how to apply the lessons of yoga off the mat and into their everyday lives.
Dr.Yogesh Shamrao Deole is an Indian physician practicing Ayurveda with keen interest in education and research. After completing Doctor of Medicine in Ayurvedic psychology and psychiatry, he has been awarded Ph.D. from Gujarat Ayurved University, Jamnagar, India. He has been involved as editor and reviewer of many reputed Ayurveda and biomedical journals. Serving Ayurveda since 2004 in various capacities, he has been the co-ordinator of “Charak Samhita –New Edition” global project involving more than 140 senior Ayurveda experts. He is the Executive Editor of this edition and leading the centre for research, training and skill development centre in collaboration with Institute for Post Graduate Teaching and Research in Ayurveda, Gujarat Ayurved University, Jamnagar. He is interested in propagation of Ayurveda as first preferred medical system for management of chronic diseases and prevention of non-communicable diseases. He objects towards serving society to reduce global burden of disease through training, creating social awareness for potential of Ayurveda in correcting lifestyle and as the best preventive and curative healthcare system.