Neerja Ahuja Adv. Dip. in Ayu., Dip Human Values, M.A. (Maths. Statistics), Grad. Dip. (Computing), is the Principal Consultant and the Director of the Ayurveda Awareness Centre (AAC). She is the Founding Chair of Ayurveda and a member of the National Council at the Australian Natural Therapists Association (ANTA). She is a yoga instructor and Yoga Therapist. She started with a community awareness project to promote Ayurveda in Western Australia in 1999.
When Ayurveda got recognised as a method of treatment in Australia, AAC became the first clinic in Australia to be an RTO (Registered Training Organization) in 2001; teaching nationally recognised Ayurveda courses with an internationally renowned mentor and teacher, Dr Rajen Cooppan (M.B.Ch.B., M.D., Dip. Ayu.)
As a renowned writer in national magazines and professional journals, she runs regular seminars/ workshops and courses at Ayurveda Awareness Centre (AAC). Neerja’s intimate connection with the Indian culture and her interest in holistic healing, Indian herbs, and Cuisine gives a unique authenticity to her teaching, practice, and presentations on Ayurveda.
Neerja consults clients on a diet, and lifestyle routines for physical, mental and emotional hygiene, offering a variety of Ayurvedic detoxification and de-stressing treatments. As a course facilitator for nationally recognised courses, seminars, workshops, retreats, and consultations for thousands of clients, she has acquired a deep understanding of human psychology and how emotional and mental hygiene helps reverse the disease process and improve the quality of life.
As a course facilitator and practitioner, Neerja has acquired a deep understanding of human psychology and how emotional and mental hygiene helps to reverse the disease process and improve the quality of life. Students in 135 countries have taken up her online courses.