DR. VIVEK MOHINDRA
Professor of Yoga Philosophy and Yoga Psychology.
Dr. Vivek Mohindra (BAMS, MBA) is a life coach and teacher of Yoga Philosophy and Yoga Psychology in India and Europe. For more than 30 years, Dr. Mohindra has been coaching, teaching, and guiding students combining principles of Yoga philosophy, Ayurvedic psychology, and the wisdom of Eastern philosophy.
He is a recognized and well-rounded doctor in Ayurved and exponent of Yoga philosophy and Ayurvedic Medicine. He uses an integral approach taking into consideration all aspects of an individual: physical, emotional, mental and social.
Dr. Mohindra obtained a Masters in Human Resources Management from Atyam Institute of Management in Jalandhar, India. He holds a Bachelors in Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery (BAMS) from Guru Nanak Dev University. He obtained a post graduate Diploma in Panchakarma from Dayanand Ayurvedic College in Jalandhar, India.
Dr. Mohindra is the director of several Ayurvedic health clinics in India where he holds health and wellness consultations, life coaching sessions, courses, and classes. Ayurveda-— India’s system of alternative medicine-— has a long and rich tradition in India, having been taught in the universities of Takshila and Nalanda in ancient times. After India's independence in 1947, Ayurveda had a new revival, gaining more and more popularity in America and Europe where is being used as an alternative medicine modality for disease prevention, health maintenance, healing, and health recovery management.
After a life coaching session or consultation with Dr. Vivek Mohindra, students and clients often say that they feel more grounded and relaxed.
Dr. Mohindra specializes in Yoga psychology and Ayurvedic Psychology, two important branches of Yoga that are concerned with the psychological mechanisms that affect emotions and behaviors and how to manage them in a positive manner.
The first Psychology manual that was ever written— The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali —are a compendium of wisdom teachings on the mind, thoughts, emotions, and behavior including instructions on how to understand and manage the mind so it works for you, not against you.
The Yoga Sutras are divided into four books:
Book One: Samadhi Pada
Book Two: Sadhana Pada
Book Three: Vibhuti Pada
Book Four: Kaivalya Pada
Dr. Mohindra teaches classes, courses, and international webinars on Yoga Philosophy, Yoga Psychology and Alternative Medicine at InnerWellbeing Life Coaching.