About me


Dr Gurudatta pursued his passion for Yoga and qualified as a Physician in Naturopathy & Yogic Sciences at S D M College of Naturopathy & Yogic Sciences (affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bangalore), in 1996.


After graduating he was on an assignment to provide services at the Jainarayan Aroghyadham, Jabalpur. After this assignment he was given the responsibility of setting up the Basava Institute of Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences, Bangalore.


In recognition of his skills and expertise, Dr Gurudatta was appointed as a Senior Physician in Naturopathy & Yogic Sciences at Soukya (International Holistic Health Centre), Whitefield, Bangalore. During his 5 years in this position his skills were sought after by high profile clients including CEO’s, movie actors, politicians, industrialists, businessmen and artists. He has also provided consulting services to several high profile companies including Health Scribe, ABN AMRO Bank, Shopper’s Stop and All India Radio FM, Bangalore.


The Doctor is registered under Karnataka Ayurvedic & Unani Practitioners Board, Government of Karnataka and CCRYN (Central council for research in Yoga & Naturopathy), New Delhi, Department of AYUSH, Government of India.

Doctor is certified in Advanced Tongue Diagnosis from Acupuncture professional academy, Australia. He is Certified in TCM for Fertility from AcuPro Academy, Canada and Certified in TCM for Mental Health from AcuPro Academy, Canada.

Dr Gurudatta started Anandamaya Wellness Center in 2007. With a profound experience for 12 years in the traditional healing sciences he decided to render his experience to the community. He is committed to providing a high quality personal and professional service to help each of his clients to attain a state of Anandamaya through a personalized and integrated approach of the traditional healing sciences of Ayurveda, Traditional Chinese medicine, Yoga & Naturopathy.

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Location

Bangalore, Karnataka, India

Health Concerns

Allergies, Cervical Spondylosis, Chronic Pain, Depression, Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD), High Blood Pressure, High Cholesterol, Lower Back Pain, Menopause, Shoulder Pain, Stress, Ulcerative Colitis

Therapies

Aromatherapy, Diet Therapy, Massage Therapy, Meditation, Naturopathic Medicine, Nutrition, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Yoga

Profile Details
  • Experience: 15 Years
  • Language : English | Hindi | Kannada | Telugu
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How it works

We embrace Vedic wellness concepts for natural recovery solutions. Vedic wellness concepts intend in restoring the homeostatic state of physical, emotional, mental, and intellectual sheaths of their human being. We provide through a personalized and integrated approach of the traditional therapeutic sciences of Ayurveda, Traditional Chinese medicine, Yoga & Naturopathy.


According to the Vedic wellbeing concept, every human being is a composition of Pancha koshas specifically.


ANNAMAYA KOSHA (sheath of meals )

Annamaya Kosha (sheath of food) is our physical body that consists of muscles, blood, bones, and organ system nourished by the food we consume.


PRANAMAYA KOSHA (sheath of vital airs)

Pranamaya Kosha (Breath)

Pranamaya kosha (sheath of vital airs) is a subtler sheath composed of Prana or Chi or Energy or Breath as you call it.


MANOMAYA KOSHA (sheath of thoughts & emotions)

Manomaya Kosha (Physical) represents our thoughts composed of emotions, ideas, memories, and feelings.


VIJNANAMAYA KOSHA (sheath of intellect)

Vijnanamaya Kosha (sheath of wisdom ) is composed of intelligence & wisdom for cognition, conditioning & de-conditioning our heart remarks.


ANANDAMAYA KOSHA (sheath of bliss)

Anandamaya Kosha (Physical)


Highlights

Wellness is a homeostatic state of physical, emotional,mental and intellectual sheaths which manifests the hidden potential of human beings. Practice of Yoga + Naturopathy + Diet modification can help reduce the stress.


We human beings are a part and parcel of Mother Nature like other species. We react to environmental fluctuations and seasonal fluctuations both emotionally & physically as with different species. Our nutrition & diet also will need to tackle these changes, whereby we can maintain the wellness of our Pancha Koshas, specifically Annamaya (Physical being), Pranamaya (breath), Manomaya (psychological & psychological being), Vijnanamaya (intellectual being) resulting in Anandamaya (bliss).


Our wellness approach gives importance to organically grown grains, fruits & vegetables that are enriched with all of the natural components. This preserves a mutual balance between the environment & individuals.


Wellness nutrition & diet also addresses subtle factors such as individual preferences (which in itself could have an impact on the mental satisfaction of eating meals ), calories (required to each person based on each person's action ), part of the world they are residing in (if it's tropical or temperate ) and eating customs.

Wellness nutrition & diet takes into consideration all these factors to be able to achieve optimum health of the Annamaya kosha (physical body), Pranamaya kosha (the breath), Manomaya kosha (the brain ) and Vijnanamaya kosha (the intelligence ).