Nancy Lonsdorf

Nancy Lonsdorf

  • Adjunct Associate Professor, Physiology and Health

 

Dr. Nancy Lonsdorf is an adjunct associate professor in the department of Physiology and Health. Dr. Lonsdorf is a specialist in integrative medicine, clinical faculty member at Maharishi University of Management, and former medical director of The Raj Maharishi Ayurveda Health Center. She is an expert on Ayurveda and women’s health and is author of The Ageless Woman: Natural Health and Beauty after Forty with Maharishi Ayurveda.

Hemant Gupta

Hemant Gupta

  • Adjunct Associate Professor
  • Maharishi AyurVeda Founder and Director
  • Shree Ma Ayurveda Institute & Wellness Centre Inc.
Jim Davis

Jim Davis

  • Adjunct Associate Professor, Physiology and Health
  • Clinical Director, Integrative Wellness Center
  • Jim Davis has taught at the Maharishi University of Management for three years

 

Jim Davis, DO, graduated from the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine in Ft. Worth, in 1986 and served 1 year at Rocky Mountain Hospital in Denver Colorado in 1987. Dr. Davis attended numerous Maharishi Ayurveda Clinical Training Courses for Physicians in Fairfield, Iowa, Lancaster Massachusetts, and Albuquerque, New Mexico from 1989 to 2000. He served as Associate Medical Director for the Dallas Center for Chronic Disorders (an inpatient Maharishi Vedic Medicine clinic) from 1997-2000. Dr. Davis was appointed to the teaching faculty of Maharishi College of Vedic Medicine in August, 2002. Beginning in the Fall of 2014, The Maharishi Health and Wellness Center opened, and is being run by Dr. Davis.

Dinesh Gyawali

Dinesh Gyawali

  • Adjunct Associate Professor, Physiology and Health
  • Vaidya, Maharishi Integrative Wellness Center

 

Vaidya Gyawali is an ayurvedic physician from Nepal that assists Dr. Jim Davis at the Maharishi Integrative Wellness Center. Together with student interns, they work as a team to prescribe changes in diet, daily routine, herbs, aroma therapy or  whatever is required.  Vaidya Gyawali has worked as an AyurVedic doctor in Nepal for many years. Nepal is the only nation in the world that recognizes Ayurveda as its national medical system, equal to modern medicine. Vaidya Gyawali saw up to 50 patients a day working for an Ayurvedic hospital. He also gained fame in the Ayurvedic world when he published a paper describing how to incorporate the Chinese herb Cordyceps into the AyurVedic tradition.