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Auckland based Planet Ayurveda Director Dr Ajit Singh has since long been an advocate of quality life to all New Zealanders, hoping to make a difference whenever he is accorded an opportunity to do so.

“We need a holistic approach to health and should not allow anyone to suffer for lack of planning and care. New Zealanders deserve quality healthcare,” he said.

His clients laud his professionalism, pleasing manners and deep-rooted knowledge of the Ayurvedic philosophy.

With qualifications in Ayurvedic Medicine and experience spanning more than 20 years, Dr Ajit migrated to New Zealand in 1996 with his wife Rippan Sandhu (a Lecturer in Fashion Designing) to practice and promote the ancient system of healing to the residents on both sides of the Tasman.

He established ‘Plant Ayurveda’ in West Auckland in 1996, moved to Central Auckland a few years later. It is now located at 41 Gilles Avenue in New Market. His ‘Australasian Institute of Applied Studies’ (AIAS), founded in 1999, provides courses and programmes in Ayurvedic Medicine in New Zealand and Australia.

Plant Ayurveda is a Wellness Centre providing a comprehensive range of treatments and services.

Dr Ajit said Ayurvedic treatment is recommended for almost any ailment.

“Those suffering from arthritis, asthma, bronchitis, cancer, chronic fatigue, diabetes, heart problems, high blood pressure, liver problems, migraine or simple hay fever can seek treatment. Ayurveda can provide answers to even mental problems such as depression, stress, anxiety and insomnia,” he said.

New Zealanders from across the country and clients from Australia, Germany, Italy, Tahiti and the US are among the regular visitors to Planet Ayurveda.

Dr Ajit and Rippan have developed ‘Ayurda,’ reportedly the first Therapeutic Ayurvedic Skincare product, now available in New Zealand, Australia, Europe and the US.

“Rippan has created an internal franchise model of ‘Spa Ayurda,’ focusing on wellness treatment, not just flip-flop component of beauty. She established the first pilot ‘Spa Ayurda’ in Ponsonby last year,” Dr Ajit said.

AIAS incorporates a number of other courses including Early Childhood Course Level 5 to produce quality educators for Childcare Centres.

Dr Ajit and Rippan own two childcare centres that provide holistic care to children, enhancing parent awareness towards wellbeing.

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