About US

Girish Jha, MS, BS, has been teaching, mentoring, and promoting wellness for people seeking proven results without the reliance (and costs) associated with pharmaceuticals. He has been offering services in the field of mind-body non-pharmaceutical, well-being and illness management programs for the last 35 years.

He has helped improve the quality of life for people suffering from psychological disorders (ADHD, PTSD, and anxiety) and physical disorders (including Muscular Dystrophy, various forms of cancer, and debilitating pain).

His people come from all walks of life (technologists, engineers, public servants, politicians, diplomats, teachers, adolescents, and even medical doctors). He guides people to move from the state of P.A.I.N. to one of PEACE (which can lead to improved PROSPERITY).

P.A.I.N. covers the mind, body, and spirit for people. The impact from P.A.I.N. can cover one or more of the following symptoms: anxiety, anger, panic, grief, chronic pain, physical pain, asthma, obesity, under achievement, family conflict, lack of self-esteem, and even transsexual issues.

He has studied world religions, eastern psychology, thousands of traditional practices, under the tutelage of 50 Himalayan masters, in addition to his formal education in physics, chemistry, psychology and physiology. Specific experiences includes:

  • Senior Resource Center, New Brunswick, NJ- Relaxation program for seniors, 2008-2014
  • United Nations Drug Prevention Program, De-addiction and HIV rehabilitation program, Manipur Prison, India-1992. Designed and delivered mental well-being and rehabilitation program to 123 prisoners suffering from HIV and substance abuse.
  • United Nations International Health Exchange – complementary well-being training program for doctors working for Ministry of Health, Ulan Bator, Mongolia-1993
  • High Altitude Medical Research Center, India – Stress management training in managing high altitude medical sickness to over 200 military officers -2003-2004

We served following individuals and groups

Start with a smile – let’s take a journey together

Some claim it takes 43 muscles to frown and 17 to smile. Less work more peace.