Dr. Sunil Joshi - B.A.M.S., MD(Ayu)
Dr. Sunil Joshi was raised in Nagpur, India, where he attended the Ayurveda government college and post-graduated from Nagpur University with high honors. He has been the chief Panchakarma physician for 26 years at the Vinayak Panchakarma Chikitsalaya in Nagpur where he has treated thousands of individuals and is the author of Ayurveda and Panchakarma - The Science of Healing and Rejuvenation. Due to his outstanding accomplishments in the field of Ayurveda, Dr. Joshi was honored as the youngest recipient of the Maharishi Annasaheb Patwardhan award by the State of Maharashtra in 1993, and has attended international conferences on Ayurveda in Bangalore, Mumbai and Bangkok. Dr. Joshi is on the advisory board of the Chopra Center for Well Being and has spoken at Columbia University, the National College of Naturopathic Medicine, Wittenburg University, Wright State and the National Institute of Health in Washington, D.C. He has also presented extensive research on panchakarma with Dr. Gabriel Cousens, MD. Currently he is involved with supporting the expansion of Ayurveda throughout North America, Central America, Europe, and South Africa, but focuses the majority of his time teaching and practicing at his two primary centers in India and Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Dr. Shalmali Joshi - B.A.M.S.

Dr.Shalmali Joshi graduated from Shree Ayurveda College in Nagpur, India in 1984. She specializes in Ayurvedic Gynecology and Women's Health and has been working with her husband in the field of Panchakarma since 1987. Dr. Joshi has also developed her own line of skin care products and is an expert in the area of Ayurvedic nutrition. She has been a visiting professor at the Chopra Center for Well Being, the National College of Naturopathic Medicine and presented an accredited program for health care professionals sponsored by Wittenburg College of Nursing.