myĀyu Care team:  Asia   |   Australia   |   Europe   |   North America 


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Wherever you are, connect with myĀyu experts who understand your environment, know your culture and guide you to health.

An international team of Āyurvedic experts

works with you online and

teaches you how to

  • identify root causes of disease

  • remove them safely

  • repair chronic damage

  • regenerate and heal

  • achieve personal, sustainable health

Use advanced, comprehensive digital tools to assess, diagnose, manage and track your health using personalized, Āyurvedic medicine.


Vaidya (Dr.) Jessica Vellela, BAMS is the first American-born woman to become a Doctor of Āyurvedic medicine and practice independently in India. Since graduating at the top of her class in 2012, she has been working with patients, clients and students in 10+ countries.

Jessica teaches the key principles of Āyurveda to empower individuals to create personalized, sustainable health. She is the primary Āyurveda Āchārya (AA) in myĀyu and trained the Svastha Āchāryas (SAs) who work with her in collaborative, Āyurvedic care.

Jessica has lived internationally for over 10 years and understands a wide variety of cultures, geographical locations and seasonal patterns. She can adapt Āyurveda for individuals globally.


Mark Kahler is a graduate of the Svastha Āchārya Program (2020). He holds a Bachelor degree in Interdisciplinary studies with focuses on Business and Sociology. Mark is a Personal Trainer and Yoga instructor, and integrates these with Āyurveda for optimal physical and mental development.

Mark specializes in male health, hormonal function, and physical training with supportive diets, Āyurvedic formulations and Western supplements. Born and raised in the UAE, Mark has traveled extensively and spent over 10 years in the US.

In 2022, Mark was accepted as an ICCR Scholar to the Bachelor of Āyurvedic Medicine & Surgery (BAMS) degree program at Gujarat Āyurved University to become an Āyurvedic Doctor.


Katerina Nestorovska is a graduate of the Svastha Āchārya Program (2021). She holds double Bachelor degrees in Health Sciences (Homeopathy), along with a double major in Criminology and Psychology. Katerina has an extensive background in diagnostics, assessment and holistic counseling through allied healthcare practices.


She guides individuals through the health-development process by focusing on self-awareness to discover the root causes of discomfort in the body and mind. Katerina is a primary SA for all areas of focus, especially diet, lifestyle and supportive formulations.

Born in North Macedonia, Katerina currently lives in Australia and has lived in India. She specializes in adapting Āyurveda to Australian needs.


Iman is a graduate of the Svastha Āchārya Program (2021). She is an Iranian-American currently living in Mallorca, Spain. She has a BA in Middle Eastern Studies from the George Washington University in Washington, DC and has spent many years teaching at the secondary level.


Iman speaks Persian, Arabic, French, Spanish and Catalan and has studied introductory Sanskrit with Jessica as a gateway into Āyurveda. She uses her experience as a teacher to help educate individuals about the principles of Āyurveda and how to best integrate them in their daily lives. As a mother of two, Iman also recognizes the importance of optimizing the family’s health, as a whole.


Christoph is an Ayurveda practitioner based in central London.  He is an insured member of the Ayurvedic Professionals Association (APA).  Christoph’s first exposure to Ayurveda was during his yoga teacher training with Saul David Raye in Venice, CA in 2009. Subsequent annual visits to India for Ayurveda treatments as a patient meant Christoph 'experienced the power of Ayurvedic medicine first hand, seeing himself and others benefiting greatly.'  Christoph was especially intrigued by witnessing the reversal of early stage chronic diseases using Panchakarma treatments, often combined with yoga and meditation.


Christoph began his Ayurveda studies in 2016 with the Swiss Ayurvedic Medical Academy. Most of the training programmes were conducted by resident doctors at Arya Vaidya Chikitsalayam & Research Institute (AVP), a 120 bed hospital which offers classical Ayurveda treatments in Coimbatore, India. After completing this foundation module with comprehensive exposure to manual treatment techniques in 2018, he transferred to the College of Ayurveda and Yoga Therapy in Milton Keynes, U.K., enrolling in their full time post graduate diploma program for a further three years. His dissertation was a systematic review of several Rasayana drugs historically used in preventative health care. In parallel, he completed all levels of the European Institute of Vedic Studies.  After five years of full-time study, Christoph is completing his clinical studies at SDM College of Ayurveda and Hospital in Hassan, India.


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