Vaidya Amitha Rudraraju – Maharishi AyurVeda Practitioner

Vaidya Amitha Rudraraju is related to the famous Raju family of Vaidyas and has been practicing Ayurvedic medicine since the year 2000.

Amitha began her studies in Ayurveda with the University of Mysore and received her BAMS (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery) qualification in 2001. She next studied at the Symbiosis Institute Pune and in 2002, received her PG DEMS (Post Graduate Diploma in Emergency Medical Services). At Apollo Hospital in Hyderabad, she continued her studies and in 2003, received her PG PPHC (Post Graduate Diploma in Preventive and Promotive Healthcare).

In London, she trained as a chef and nutritionist at Le Cordon Bleu, London and graduated in 2013.

She completed her Maharishi AyurVeda training in Delhi during 2014, and became a fully qualified Vaidya.

Back in London, Amitha went onto study Laughter Yoga and qualified as a teacher of this practice in 2015. At Edify Labs, Mumbai, she also studied and qualified in 2019 as a Life Purpose Coach.

Vaidya Amitha Rudraraju has worked in various hospitals in India, mainly in the fields of Panchakarma and OBG (Obstetrics and Gynaecology).

She specialises in:

  • Women’s health
  • Weight loss
  • Lifestyle and nutritional management for those suffering from longterm chronic illness

Vaidya Rudraraju says, “With my study and practice of Ayurveda, allied to my training as a chef and nutritionist, I can provide patients with the right plan to manage their lifestyle and improve their quality of life. I believe we are what we eat and therefore our kitchen is our pharmacy. With the right diet, a healthy lifestyle and the practice of Transcendental Meditation, one can achieve perfect health”.

“With my study and practice of Ayurveda, allied to training as a chef and nutritionist, I can provide patients with the right plan to manage their lifestyle and improve their quality of life. I believe we are what we eat and therefore our kitchen is our pharmacy. With the right diet, a healthy lifestyle and the practice of Transcendental Meditation, one can achieve perfect health”. – Vaidya Amitha Rudraraju