I am a Harvard trained physician bringing a decade of leadership in the art and science of “being well” to empower today’s leaders to excel at their highest self – and a self proclaimed dancing queen.

Dance isn’t something that can be explained in words. It has to be danced.
— Paige Arden
There are short-cuts to happiness, and dancing is one of them.
— Vicki Baum



I was the first generation in my Indian family to go to college, raised in Bombay, and I reached what some would say is a pinnacle of the education system, Harvard Medicine. For me, this was the start, not an end -- the beginning of a long journey to make a greater impact on health than I could seeing patients one at a time.

10 years ago, I made a shift from clinical practice to prevention, focusing on program management in wellness (nutrition, mindfulness, stress management, exercise) aimed at helping influential people make change for themselves, and around themselves, multiplying wellbeing in the community, helping to delay or prevent serious illness and enabling people to optimize their impact in life. 


Harvard Medical School

  • Resident, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 2002 

Columbia University

  • Intern, Internal Medicine, 1999

University of Oregon

  • Master of Science (MS), Exercise and Movement Science         

University of Mumbai, Grant Medical College

  • Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (M.B.S.S. – M.D. equivalent) 


  • In addition to my medical training, I holds a Masters in Exercise and Movement Science from the University of Oregon. 

  • I have completed coach training with Martha Beck, life coach to Oprah Winfrey as well as Clinical Training in Mind-Body Medicine from the Benson-Henry Mind-Body Institute in Boston. 

  • Her decade-long meditation and mindfulness practice is key to her personal wellbeing. She continues fosters interdisciplinary innovation as a TEDMED Scholar.