About Us

Ayuvia was conceptualized under the brand that merges the best of eastern and western medicine. Ayu in Sanskrit implies long life, and Via in Latin is a path. Ayuvia, is the journey towards wellness and a long and healthy life with tools and techniques curated from the best of ancient and modern modalities of therapeutic, manipulative and consultative healing.

Our Vision is to be the unifier of all aspects of complementary medicine under one brand and one roof.

Our Mission is to bring Ayuvia to communities across America, where any wellness seeker can easily access and personalize a plan to best manage his or her struggles and risks with chronic illness with trust, convenience and clinical care coordination.

Care coordination involves deliberately organizing patient care activities and sharing information among all of the participants concerned with a patient's care to achieve safer and more effective care. This means that the patient's needs and preferences are known ahead of time and communicated at the right time to the right people, and that this information is used to provide safe, appropriate, and effective care to the patient

Wellness personalization is our commitment with aspirations to impact the following areas of health care

* Establishing accountability and agreeing on responsibility.

* Communicating/sharing knowledge.

* Helping with transitions of care.

* Assessing client needs and goals.

* Creating a proactive care plan.

* Monitoring and followup, including responding to changes in client's needs.

* Supporting ' self-management goals.

* Linking to community resources.

* Working to align resources with client and physician needs.

Press Release

About Ayuvia Launch, 11/11 Philadelphia Business Journal

The Ribbon Cutting, 12/10, Chaddsford Live

Ayuvia - working with Crozer Keystone , 2/20, CKHS Video

Aging and Pain Management, 3/1, County Line Magazine

Ayuvia on Air with Torre Fiore
, DELCO Show, 4/29, IRadioPhilly (PODCAST)

Ayuvia connects Digital Tracking to Alternative Medicine, 5/20, DelcoNews Network

 Our Story is of our founder and her journey from the east to the west, from corporate innovation to social entrepreneurship, from chronically ill to “take one day back at a time” and make most of the quality of your life, no matter how scary or challenging even the smallest of tasks might seem.

Our story is of our practitioners, who have chosen the path of healing, through their life’s dedication and commitment to  a path that solely focuses on improving people’s quality of everyday life. The modalities in alternative medicine and behavioral therapy has traditionally sat outside the realm of the conventional healthcare industry and frowned upon due to lack of clinical discipline when compared to evidence based medicine. It also has lacked the luxury of an unified brand, delivering a solution based approach with multi modal best practices. As Ayuvia embraced this path of integration and unification, every team member that joined us came with the shared vision of aligning protocols to best produce health outcomes for our clients.

But most importantly, our story is of our clients. Those who seek wellness and mindfulness. Those whose search in conventional medicine has not given them the complete relief and comfort. Those that have tried and tested and for years and years nothing has worked. Two unique aspects of Ayuvia has helped our clients the most. About half of our clients chose us based upon a physician or specialist who referred them. Not only did they come in with an open mind but they also came with patience and commitment; and together we found a path, and we worked on it till we saw the results we set forth for. The second aspect that is showing promising results is the trust and long term partnership our clients and practitioners are forming. The common understanding that there is no magic pill or potion is key to then establishing a shared cadence of therapy and consultation through phases of treatment, maintenance and long term prevention.

It is the journey of chronic illness of healers, wellness seekers and social entrepreneurs committed to making alternative medicine mainstream, clinically coordinated and reliably affordable. More than one third of Americans are living with one or more clinically diagnosed disease by the time they are in their thirties. With every passing decade in their lifetime, co-morbidities increase, symptoms deteriorate and risks of complications worsen. However, often times, with simple behavioral changes, consultative and therapeutic interventions, disease progression can be slowed down and every day quality of life can be improved.