Vinita Rashinkar

March 5, 2017

Vinita Rashinkar is a health and wellness expert, spa specialist, writer, speaker, spiritual counselor and healer. She derives satisfaction from helping people find happiness, get healthy and lead a meaningful life. She has studied principles of Ayurveda, yoga, meditation, chanting, chakras, stress management and spiritual counselling under various masters for the past 20 years.

She is the Founder and Managing Director of Amara Vedic Wellness GmbH, a Dusseldorf based company founded with the intention to bring the hidden aspects of Vedic knowledge to the common man, thereby promoting total wellness encompassing the body, mind and spirit.

She is presently involved in promoting Ayurveda, Yoga and Meditation retreats in Europe and the Middle East. Her market consists primarily of German speaking with clients from Germany, Austria and Switzerland. She has successfully guided more than 100 clients in her journey to South India in the past season alone. She also conducts wellness workshops across Europe in association with Fortune 500 companies.

Vinita has a Masters degree in English Literature and is a gold medalist and rank holder at Bachelors and Masters degree levels. She has studied Spa Management at London College of Fashion and has done an executive course at Harvard Business School. Vinita has also been a regular contributor to the Times of India and is a Star Expert with CureJoy, writing on subjects of health and lifestyle. She has also been actively involved in the development of medical and wellness tourism in South India. She is presently working on her first book “The Handbook of Holistic Health.”

Vinita has been featured in various Indian and international publications such as Femina, Outlook, Asiaspa, Finest Finance and Vogue. She is presently working with a business TV channel to present corporate wellness modules. She has worked previously with TV studios to provide health and wellness content.

Vinita’s mission is to provide guidance to individuals from all walks of life with techniques, habits and training for lifelong health and wellness. She is particularly keen on imparting wellness education to children and adolescents in schools as this would help students develop self confidence keep them away from addictions and sharpen their minds while learning to maintain a healthy body.