‘When you are dealing with human beings you can’t be too mechanical. Healing is spiritual — it’s changing people’s lives’

Mosaraf Ali is a busy man. From London to Muscat and Kangra, where he runs his own retreat centre, he’s now setting up his latest facility at Ishavilas, Goa, offering an integrated health solution to reverse age and even help people heal from some serious ailments. Originally from India, the doctor – who received his degree in Russia – set out on a journey of discovering the secret wisdom of the Indian masters almost three-and-a-half decades ago. He’s now an expert who combines the wisdom of Eastern and Western medicines to treat his patients. One of the pioneers of bringing back the art of kayakalpa, Ali, a follower of Hippocratic medicine (that believes in the innate healing powers of the body) shares how modern medicine, Ayurveda, unani and marma therapy

Vous lisez un aperçu, inscrivez-vous pour en lire plus.

Plus de HELLO India

HELLO India3 min de lecture
Editor’s Note
Editor Over the last few years, I have noticed the surge of interest in ‘art’ not only among the super-elite, but more so among a new breed of professionals and youngsters, who are happy to spend money on things that matter, and buying art is definit
HELLO India3 min de lecture
Boss By The Sea
What’s it like as one of the W youngest restauranteurs in the country – the owner of India’s first luxury dining yacht? “It was while I was studying in Bombay International School that I discovered my love for IGCSE Business Studies and my phobia for
HELLO India3 min de lecture
The New Art Ecosystem
Every now and then, a paradigm shift occurs in the arts. From days when artists like MF Husain painted posters and slept on Falkland Road, (Mumbai’s red light district), earning a pittance sketching portraits of people thronging Mumbai’s stock market