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Using Ayurveda to Nourish Ourselves in the New Year Salon with Siri Chand Khalsa, MD, MS


Dr. Khalsa has had a lifelong interest in mindful living as the basis for long-term vitality of mind, body and spirit. She completed a residency in Internal Medicine at the Mayo Clinic in 2005 and is board-certified in Internal Medicine, Integrative Medicine, Lifestyle Medicine and Hospice/Palliative Medicine. She has deepened her studies in health and healing by becoming a yoga instructor and Reiki master and participating in a two-year full-time program on Ayurveda at The Ayurvedic Institute in Albuquerque and India. Through her work as an integrative medicine PCP, University of Arizona Integrative Medicine fellowship instructor and consultant to other medical practices, she has dedicated her career to promoting a better clinical understanding of the link between long-term vitality and our daily choices. Dr. Khalsa is currently focusing her energy on supporting physicians who want to expand their understanding of new healing methods through an experiential process that draws on Ayurveda, yoga, mindfulness and plant-based nutrition. Dr. Khalsa loves to spend time immersed in nature, exploring forests and gardens in her free time. And if the conditions are right, she enjoys photographing nature and all of its biodiversity. She recently moved from Phoenix to the California coast, where she's been actively exploring gardens, forests and towns—a welcome reprieve from the arid desert. At the Salon: This was an immersive salon that introduced the principles of Ayurveda that can sustain your health and vitality through the holiday season. Dr. Khalsa shared a sampling of food that is Ayurvedically inspired to bring balance in the new year. ​Contact Information: Facebook: @Luminousfoods Instagram: @doctorsirichand Pinterest: @DoctorSiriChand Website: DrSiriChand.com


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