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In the original language of Ayurveda, the word Āyu means life.

myAyu combines the authentic knowledge of time-tested Ayurveda with the best and most effective evidence-based practices commonly used today. It is the first tool of its kind to bridge the latest in mobile health technology with traditional Ayurvedic medicine and make it widely accessible to a western audience.

myAyu personalizes holistic health for each user, based on a proprietary platform called AyurvedaFirst. This platform was built and developed by our team to help make Ayurveda practical, easy to understand, and accessible to everyone.

Through myAyu, you can also access the world's best experts, practitioners and doctors of Ayurveda who can guide you through even the most difficult health issues with simple health education. You can learn new ways to understand your current health based on your personal constitution and unique life, and learn to apply your simplest and most effective diet and lifestyle improvements.

 


 

Meet the Experts

 

Jessica Vellela, BAMS (Āyurvedic Physician)

Dr. Jessica Vellela is the first American-born woman* to become an Ayurvedic Physician and practice independently in India. Despite the various challenges that she encountered during her 6 year education, she managed to graduate with first rank in her class during final year. Strongly motivated to fully experience the power of Ayurvedic Medicine, she partnered with a 25-year established resort to offer classical Ayurvedic Pancha Karma on a beautiful, private beach along coastal Karnataka. She managed this center for over two years with 7 employees, treating dozens of patients from around the world and offering unique educational immersion programs including Iyengar Yoga which she has practiced since 1999. After returning to the US in 2013, she opened her second Pancha Karma center in North Carolina and managed it for over one year. In early 2015, she decided to redirect her efforts towards a project which she has designed from the ground up – myAyu, the world’s first mobile health technology built on an Ayurvedic framework and designed for a western audience. Utilizing skills from her 15+ year career as a Data Architect, she is uniquely qualified to bridge the latest in modern technology with the world’s oldest, and longest continuously practiced heath care system. She plans to extend the reach of authentic Ayurvedic Medicine and make it readily accessible to anyone who seeks affordable and effective holistic health care practices.

 

 

Dr. Prasanth Dharmarajan, BAMS, MD (Āyu), PhD (Pancha Karma)

Dr. Prasanth Dharmarajan is one of the most successful Ayurvedic Physicians and scholars in India today. He recently became the first person from the state of Kerala to complete a PhD in Pancha Karma from the world’s most prestigious Ayurvedic University, Gujarat Ayurved University, in Jamnagar. He has received numerous awards, published over a dozen scientific articles in national and international peer-reviewed journals, and is considered one of the country’s best teachers of the classical science. Currently heading the Department for Integrative Medical Studies at the Mata Amritanandamayi Math and its School of Ayurveda, Dr. Prasanth manages exceptionally challenging and often “incurable” medical cases for patients who visit from all over the world. Over the past 5 years, he has directed and taught several of the country’s most highly respected educational programs for foreign students, doctors and medical personnel from various disciplines, academicians and many others for short and long term courses. Additionally, Dr. Prasanth is extending the reach of authentic Ayurveda globally through myAyu, the world’s first mobile health technology built on a traditional Ayurvedic platform for a western audience. With so many great accomplishments this early in his career, Dr. Prasanth stands to become one of the living legends of Ayurveda in the 21st century.

 

 

Dr. Eric Grasser, MD, CAyu

Dr. Grasser is one of the world’s foremost experts in the integration of Functional Medicine and Ayurveda. Dr. Grasser supports his patients through his extensive experience in Western Medical practice as well as his deep knowledge of the alternative healing systems of Ayurveda, Yoga and Functional Medicine.

Dr. Grasser is a graduate of Stanford University and Dartmouth Medical School. He is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of New Mexico, Department of Family and Community Medicine. Dr. Grasser is also an Active Teacher In Family Medicine as recognized by the American Academy of Family Physicians. He has been Board Certified by the American Board of Family Medicine since 2003, and through his extensive and continuing practice in obstetrics at St. Vincent, he has been blessed to attend the birth of hundreds of babies. He is currently working towards becoming Board Certified in Integrative Medicine.

Dr. Grasser is certified to practice Ayurveda Medicine by Albuquerque’s Ayurvedic Institute, where he studied under the tutelage of world-renowned Ayurveda physician Dr. Vasant Lad. In addition to his full 2-year course of study at the Institute, Dr. Grasser completed advanced clinical studies under Dr Lad’s Gurukula Studies Program in Pune, India, and additional clinical hours at AVP Ayurveda Hospital in Coimbatore, India. He has served on the Board of Directors of the National Ayurvedic Medical Association since 2013. Dr. Grasser has studied yoga extensively since 2001 in the tradition of BKS Iyengar. He incorporates the principles and teachings of the sister sciences of Ayurveda and Yoga into his daily life and practice of medicine. Dr. Grasser has also completed courses of study in Functional Medicine through the Institute for Functional Medicine. He is currently enrolled in a two year course of study with the Academy of Functional Medicine and Genomics, for which he serves on the Board of Advisors. He believes that Functional Medicine is a modern approach to healing which embodies many of the principles of Ayurveda and other ancient healing traditions.

Dr. Grasser is an active staff member in the Department of Family Medicine at Christus St. Vincent Regional Medical Center in Santa Fe, New Mexico, where he has also practiced obstetrics since 2001. He works with patients of all ages and health conditions as their primary care physician.