Hilary Garivaltis

Hilary Garivaltis, Founder and former Dean of the Kripalu School of Ayurveda, has more than 13 years of experience in teaching Ayurvedic daily living tools and Ayurvedic therapy techniques. She received her training at the New England Institute of Ayurvedic Medicine with advanced training in India from the Rishikesh College of Ayurveda and the Jiva Institute. She continues to train with the world’s leading teachers in the United States and in India.

Learn more about Hilary at www.hilarygarivaltis.com.

Yinh Kiefer

Yinh is a graduate of Cortiva Institute in Watertown, MA for massage therapy and also holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from the Pennsylvania State University. Before becoming a massage therapist, Yinh became a 200-hour certified yoga teacher, with concentrations in mind-body studies like Reiki, Thai Yoga Bodywork and YinYoga. As a massage therapist, she is continuously inspired by her clients. Each individual presents a unique set of challenges that require her to think both critically and intuitively, thus co-creating the most appropriate treatment plan with her clients. She takes from multiple methods, including Swedish, myofascial, sports and deep tissue. Yinh is a lifelong learner and has recently completed coursework with Tracy Walton & Associates' in oncology massage and with Dr. Ben Benjamin in Advanced Deep Tissue Techniques. 

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Anusha Seghal

Anusha's work in the field of Ayurveda is centered around generating awareness of the relationship between the individual and their environment. The science of Ayurveda gives us the tools and concepts of how to live a long and happy life in conjunction with our surroundings, therefore everything that is essential to our being can be found in nature. 

Anusha completed her Bachelors of Ayurvedic Medicine from Coimbatore Ayurveda College in Tamil Nadu, India. She got her Masters in Ayurvedic pharmaceutics from Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences in Bangalore India and came to the Boston area to do her Academic Fellowship at Boston University.

Helping someone return to a state of health and happiness is my favorite part of being in the field of Ayurveda. I feel that when someone realizes that they possess the ability to control their health and well being, they feel empowered and being able to observe that accomplishment, brings me great joy.

—Anusha Sehgal

Anusha also teaches concepts of Ayurveda to college students, corporate affiliates, pharmaceutical companies, research fellows and the general public both in India and the US. 


Anusha is available by referral only.
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