Meet Dr.

science meets spirituality

“Every natural fact is a symbol of some spiritual fact” 

~ Ralph Waldo Emerson

I'll help you align with your purpose and


I’m a Scholar, Researcher, and Medical Mystic

Yoga and meditation launched me on to my path while my training in Integrative Medicine took me one step further in exploring novel perspectives on health and wellness. 

Conventional medicine has its limitations in adequately addressing the quantum physical worldview, which understands human physiology as a complex energetic structure of

mind body spirit.

Holistic approaches that address the mind body spirit complex, including breath-based practices, yoga, and meditation, provide a comprehensive solution to recovery and wellness.

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My work challenges the status quo, mindfully bridging the gap between mainstream modalities and alternative healing. 

My mission is to help shift the current health paradigm toward a more humanistic context, allowing individuals to tap into their own innate healing power— the “Physician of Consciousness” within.

You have the capacity to live in alignment with your purpose and thrive. My aim is to help you!


Anjali Talcherkar, Ph.D., holds a Master’s Degree in Psychology from Antioch University Los Angeles and a doctorate in Integrative Medicine from Saybrook University. Her research is in the area of Complementary & Alternative Medicine (CAM) in addiction treatment. Anjali has collaborated with neuroscientists at UCLA’s Center for Addictive Behavior, investigating how yoga-based relaxation techniques and meditation aid in recovery from addiction, and has also assisted at Cambridge Health Alliance’s Division on Addiction, through Harvard Medical School. 


Anjali has authored articles for,, Addiction Professional, Fulfillment Daily, The Fix, Prevail Health, The BASIS (Brief Addiction Science Information Source), and The Ayurveda Journal of Health. Her most recent book, Yoga of Rehab: The Twelve Sutras for Transcending Addiction, chronicles her personal recovery journey while offering science-backed holistic solutions. It serves as a guidebook and Eastern exploration of breath-based yogic practices for health and well-being. 



Anjali is an E-RYT 200, certified through Core Power Yoga. She teaches yoga in the U.S. and abroad and hosts group wellness retreats. Anjali also facilitates workshops on Ayurveda, breathing practices, and meditation.