Welcome to Staying Sane During Tumultuous Times, the first in a series of wellness webinars co-sponsored by The Raj Ayurveda Health Center and Maharishi Ayurveda Products. While the COVID -19 pandemic has triggered serious concerns about our physical health, the resulting changes in how we live and work and interact have had a huge impact on our emotional and mental well-being as well. During this webinar, four experts experienced in both Ayurvedic and Western medicine will share helpful tools for navigating isolation and anxiety, for creating more resilience from within, and for developing emotional skills during this unique time. We will also offer a Q and A session so that you can share comments and questions.
November 10, 2020 – 3:00pm CST
Nancy Lonsdorf, M.D.
Dr. Nancy Lonsdorf is an American author and medical doctor who graduated from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and studied Ayurveda in Europe and India. Dr. Lonsdorf is recognized as one of the nation’s most prominent Ayurvedic doctors and has integrated Maharishi Ayurveda in her medical practice for over 30 years. She is also the best-selling author of many books, including A Woman’s Best Medicine, Ageless Woman, and most recently The Healthy Brain Solution for Women Over Forty: 7 Keys to Staying Sharp—On or Off Hormones, which addresses the prevention and reversal of memory issues and cognitive decline
Nancy Liebler, Psychologist, PhD
Dr. Nancy Liebler, Ph.D. is a psychologist in private practice in the Detroit area. Her specialty is Family Therapy.
She is the former Director of Training at Oakland University, Rochester, Michigan and is currently an adjunct professor at the Michigan School of Psychology. Nancy has co-authored two books: Enlightened Medicine with Paul Dugliss, M.D., and Healing Depression the Mind-Body Way: creating happiness with meditation, yoga and Ayurveda with Sandra Moss, MSPH.
Nancy lives with her family in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.
Ms. Shrivastava has bachelor’s degree in medical biotechnology, and a master’s degree in molecular biology and human genetics as well as a master’s in Maharishi AyurVeda and Integrative Medicine
She is currently working on her Ph.D thesis on Ayurveda and Mental Health, specifically focusing on the role of digestion in supporting emotional wellbeing.
Chris Clark, M.D.
Dr Clark has a background in complementary alternative medicine and psychiatry. A graduate of Yale medical school, he pioneered the spread of Ayurvedic medicine as founding medical director of the Raj, America’s premier Ayurvedic health facility. Co- author of Ayurvedic Healing and The Coherence Effect(release date November,2020), Dr Clark is Director of Wellbeing at Garten. He lives with his family in Santa Rosa, California.”