We are a trusted Ayurvedic Center in Long Beach, California
For over 23 years, we have established ourselves as key providers of effective Ayurvedic solutions for pain management,
stress management, weight management. and lifestyle management. We also offer customized ayurvedic therapies
and treatments for wellbeing.
To serve humanity by empowering
each and everyone with the ability to access
health using customized Ayurvedic care.
Our vision is to see healthy and happy
individuals and families thriving in their lives.
We are a 4 years old Ayurvedic holistic
healing center with roots in India
and a strong base in the US.
23 plus years of experience healing and improving lives.
Vaidya Jayagopal. Parla (Jay)
BAMS, Masters in Ayurveda, CMT, MAOM
Vaidya Jayagopal Parla (Jay) is a world-renowned speaker. professor of Ayurvedic medicine and a NAMA registered practitioner. Jay has more than 23 years of experience in Ayurvedic practice and teaching.
He is a professor of Ayurvedic medicine at American University of Complementary Medicine. Beverly Hills. California. He is also a visiting faculty member at Southern California University of Health Sciences, Whittier. California and Japan School of Ayurveda, Tokyo. Japan. His area of expertise includes pain management, chronic health conditions. healthy weight management. musculo-skeletal conditions, skin care, digestive imbaLances, women’s health and anti-aging therapies.
Jayagopal Parla (Jay) holds an Masters in Ayurvedic Medicine from Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences. Bangalore. India. He also holds a Masters in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from Southern California University of Health Sciences and is a certified Yoga teacher.
Vaidya Anupama Kizhakkeveettil (Anu)
BAMS, L.Ac, CMT, Ph.D.
Vaidya Anupama Kizhakkeveettil (Anu) is an Ayurvedic Practitioner, licensed acupuncturist, yoga teacher, and Professor and Program Director of Ayurvedic Medicine at Southern California University of Health Sciences. Her many contributions to the field of complementary and alternative medicine include extensive travel to propagate Ayurveda worldwide, numerous research presentations at national and international conferences, frequent publication in various peer-reviewed research journals, and regular participation as a peer reviewer at conferences as well as journals.
She currently serves on the Research Working Group of the Academic Collaborative for Integrative Health and is Co-Principal Investigator for an NIH-funded research study. She has received a number of awards for her work on Ayurveda and complementary and alternative medicine. She was also invited to attend WHO’s International Expert consulting meeting in 2019 and 2020. As an advocate for the Ayurvedic profession and the advancement of its goals, Vaidya Anu serves on the boards of the California Association of Ayurvedic Medicine and the National Ayurvedic Medical Association (NAMA). Vaidya Anu has been actively participating in the American public health Association’s Integrative, Complementary, and Traditional Health Practices Section since 2007.
she integrates diet, yoga, lifestyle counseling, herbs, and various Ayurveda bodywork therapies individualized to the patient’s conditions. Her main interests are managing musculoskeletal conditions, mental health, women’s health, and preventative care. She believes in an integrative approach to health and wellness care.
CMT, ERT, CCMA, CPT1
Melissa is a graduate of the California Healing Arts College 900-hour Massage Therapy program and is skilled in therapeutic massage. She truly believes in the benefits of massage to help improve overall health by acting directly on the muscular, nervous, circulatory, and lymphatic systems by relieving stress, increasing circulation, aiding relaxation, and creating body awareness to name a few.Melissa uses an individualized approach with an intuitive touch.
She also has specialized training as an Emotional Release Therapy Practitioner from the California School of Emotional Release Therapy. ERT using the Amanae technique is a form of body work that uses muscle
manipulation and pressure points combined with conscious breathing to release repressed densities held deep within the body, which in turn reveals a lighter more authentic sense of being. This works empowers us to meet ourselves in a very profound and sacred way while being witnessed. Melissa has always been drawn to the Healing Arts in one form another and has spent most of her career life as a Credentialed career + Technical Educator teaching allied health programs using her knowledge and skills to help others achieve their goals.
Cynthia Conant is a California State Licensed Esthetician, registered yoga instructor, and Reiki energy healer. She studied and received certifications in Ayurveda practices from Southern California University of Health Sciences and is a NAMACB Certified Ayurvedic Practitioner. In addition, she also holds certifications in Yoga Teacher Training and Reiki Healing, both from the Southern California University of Health Sciences, College of Science and Integrative Health.
Cynthia combines her long-term love of holistic health and beauty by incorporating her 14 years of experience as an Esthetician and her 4 years of experience as an Ayurvedic practitioner. She has also gained knowledge and been inspired by her travels to India and Bali, seeing and their healing and wellness practices firsthand. Cynthia offers individualized facials that are based upon each person’s needs. She also provides a full line of facial treatments, including Kansa, Facial Cupping, and Guasha to name a few. She uses medicinal herbal treatments and essential oils developed though the guidelines of Ayurveda. Cynthia believes that beauty starts form within and utilizes her knowledge and passion to bring harmony and balance to your skin.
Our Approach to Health
Ancient secrets and tools for overall wellness and wellbeing
Transcend towards a healthier, more balanced life with custom Ayurveda Therapies
Supporting eco-friendly methods of farming is our core value. We acquire herbs directly from farmersbwho work within fair trade practice.
An Ayurvedic diet is one customized for your body type based on your doshas and several factors specific to you and your health.
Eliminating toxins, enhancing blood flow and resetting the functions of skin help bring about renewed sense of balance to the body and mind.