Mountain View, CA: Dr. Jay Apte announced the grand opening of her new 4,100 sq. ft. Ayurvedic Health and Wellness Center in Mountain View, California. The Center, dedicated to bringing together the benefits of ancient wisdom and western knowledge, features a clinic staffed by an expert team of Ayurvedic doctors, yoga & meditation studio, diet & lifestyle counseling, physical therapy, chiropractic, acupuncture, massage services, special rejuvenation programs, cooking classes, lectures, and seminars.
As part of its comprehensive menu of services, specifically designed to improve quality of life for busy Silicon Valley professionals and their families, the Center also provides the highly sought-after Ayurvedic rejuvenation program “Panchakarma” which incorporates a series of customized detoxifying, balancing, and nourishing therapies. Developed thousands of years ago, Panchakarma is a time-proven therapy for increasing energy levels and brain function, strengthening the immune system, and increasing longevity.
“As healthcare in the United States transitions from “sickness care” to “wellness care” in the 21st Century, there is a growing need for holistic and wellness centers, says Dr. Jay Apte, founder of the Ayurvedic Health and Wellness Center. “An increasing number of people are opting for complementary and alternative medicine approaches such as Ayurveda and other natural philosophies, to solve their health problems because these therapies emphasize prevention, incorporate all aspects of human being – body, mind, spirit – instead of focusing only on physical body. We create “custom tailored” wellness plans, rather than one size fit all programs.”
Centrally located in the heart of Silicon Valley, near many of the world’s leading technology companies, the Center offers corporate wellness programs to address the special needs of high stress individuals and provides informational programs and seminars for individuals, groups, and businesses on Ayurveda, as well as other disciplines such as acupuncture and chiropractic. Plans are also in place to open a holistic store to offer various health and wellness products including holistic, ready-to-cook, pre-packaged foods and herbal supplements.
The Center celebrated its grand opening with an open house on September 11th and 12th between 9:00 AM and 6:00 PM.