We believe that health is created through harmony within you and with everything around you.

Ayurveda, the 5,000 year old ancient healing tradition of India, is a way of living in tune with the rhythms of the external world that is also centered on the internal balance of each individual.

Ayurveda provides a framework that can be integrated with other healing modalities to create a wellness plan that is highly personalized to the individual. Evidence-based Ayurvedic practices such as yoga, meditation and breathwork are now being discovered as powerful approaches to support health and wellness because they reset the circadian rhythm on a daily basis to regulate hormonal pathways, re-establish a healthy gut microbiome and shift the body and mind into “positive stress responses.

Avanti Kumar-Singh, MD

Avanti Kumar-Singh, is an Ayurveda Wellness Expert on a mission to show how Ayurveda is a health catalyst to achieve optimal wellness in modern life.

After receiving her Bachelor's in Art History from the University of Chicago, she went on to receive her medical degree from Rush University Medical College. While working as an ER physician, she experienced first-hand the limitations of Western medicine. Realizing that “you can quit your job, but you can’t quit your calling,” Avanti set out to discover what really makes people healthy and what predisposes them to illness. She began a 10-year wellness journey during which she studied energy healing and yoga therapy and became a practitioner of the 5,000-year-old ancient healing tradition known as Ayurveda. Now, Dr. Kumar-Singh bridges the gap between Western and Eastern modalities, helping people discover the healing wisdom within.

Dr. Kumar-Singh is also a sought-after speaker, the host of the top-rated health & wellness podcast, The Healing Catalyst, and the author of The Health Catalyst: How to Harness the Power of Ayurveda to Self-Heal and Achieve Optimal Wellness. Over the last 20 years of her training, study and research, Avanti has shared her expertise with Fortune 500 companies, elite undergraduate and graduate institutions, and at prestigious industry and medical conferences. She has been featured in the Huffington Post, Thrive Global, Well + Good, goop and mindbodygreen and served as the co-lead facilitator of the Faculty Scholars Program in Integrative Healthcare at the OSHER Center for Integrative Medicine at Northwestern Medicine. She is also a certified plant-based professional and a certified yoga therapist (C-IAYT). Outside of work, her passions include time in nature, making art, world travel and being with her friends and family.