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Monica B Groover.

Monica B Groover.
Monica B Groover
San Diego College of Ayurveda


Ms. Monica B Groover is the co founder of San Diego College of Ayurveda, a virtual Ayurveda college providing NAMA approved courses. Ms. Groover comes from a heritage of Ayurveda, Astrology and healing. She received her doctorate from India, and, has also studied extensive Ayurveda and Panchakarma from Kerala Health Institute in India, and, Maharishi Ayurveda in U.S. Ms. Bhatia has her own Ayurveda and Panchakarma Wellness Center in San Diego. Ms. Bhatia also teaches at Florida Vedic College. She practices traditional Ayurveda as passed to her by her heritage, Energy medicine, and practices Vedic Healing through Mantras. A certified NAMA (National Ayurvedic Medical Association), member; Dr. Bhatia′s research and articles have been published in India, as well as U.S. Her articles have been published in Light of Ayurveda Journal, and her curriculum has been used by Universities. Ms. Bhatia′s book ′Edible Healing′ will be published in 2012. Her current research involves using Diet and Herb formulations for Women Support and Digestion related Imbalances.

Research Interest

My research interest and current research involves usage of certain Herbs on Vata, Pitta and Kapha Women in Perimenopause, Menpause or Post Menopause with digestion issues.