Ananta Ripa Ajmera is a Certified Ayurveda Health Practitioner and Certified Yoga Instructor who studied with Acharya Shunya, a renowned master teacher and traditional lineage bearer from ancient India. Ayurveda and Yoga helped her overcome years of eating disorders, insomnia, stress, and poor digestion. Ananta has taught at Stanford School of Medicine’s Health Improvement Program, Stanford Health Care, Alameda County Probation Department, ABC Television, and at the Social Innovation Summit gathering of Fortune 500 executives, government leaders, and top social entrepreneurs. Students in her “Take Health Into Your Own Hands” pilot program experienced 47% less pain, 46% better sleep, 31% better productivity, and 80% felt less stress. Her blog, Whole Yoga & Ayurveda, was recognized in the Best 100 Health Coach Blogs of 2015 by the Institute for the Psychology of Eating. Her writing has been featured in Elephant Journal, MindBodyGreen, ABCNews.com, and Huffington Post. She’s spoken at the National Ayurvedic Medical Association (NAMA), Lifestyles of Health & Sustainability (LOHAS), UC Berkeley’s Zellerbach Hall, Columbia Business School, and Silicon Valley’s Health Technology Forum. Ananta graduated from NYU Stern Business School, where she received an honors degree in marketing and was one of nine Catherine B. Reynolds Scholars in Social Entrepreneurship. Visit her website, Whole: Yoga & Ayurveda, from the Inside-Out, for training programs and individual consultations to take health into your own hands.