About the Company
But we do recommend lifestyle programs that are proven to prevent and help overcome stress related disorders and promote positivity and renewed enthusiasm in homelife and in the workplace.
Our consultants have years of training in Ayurveda and include those with BA and MS degrees in Ayurveda from Maharishi International University and western trained MD’s.
Board Member and Co-Director of Organizational Programs
Robert Keith Wallace, PhD
Robert Keith Wallace received his BS in physics and his PhD in physiology from UCLA. His postgraduate research was conducted at Harvard. Dr. Wallace is a pioneering researcher on the physiological effects of meditation and oversees the training of Ayurvedic consultants at Maharishi International University where he is Chairman of the Department of Physiology and Health. His research has inspired hundreds of studies on the benefits of mind-body medicine and has been published in Science, the American Journal of Physiology, and Scientific American. He has lectured on health at major universities and institutes in all European countries, as well as Russia, China, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Brazil, Argentina, Colombia and Mexico.
Dr. Wallace and his wife reside in Fairfield, Iowa.
Board Member and Director of Organizational Programs
Christopher S. Clark, MD
Dr. Clark is a graduate of Yale Medical School and did his residency at Yale in the Department of Psychiatry. Dr. Clark has pioneered the integration of Ayurvedic medicine into the practice of medicine and psychiatry since 1985. He studied one on one with leading experts of Ayurvedic medicine in consultation with patients for 15 years. While absorbing the knowledge of Ayurveda, especially pulse diagnosis and herbal pharmacopeia, he wrote two books on Ayurveda, most recently Ayurvedic Healing–Contemporary Maharishi Ayurveda Medicine and Science (Singing Dragon Press, 2012). He was the founding medical director of The Raj, America’s premier Ayurvedic health treatment facility for the purification treatments of panchakarma, stress management, and Yoga.
Dr. Clark and his wife reside in Santa Rosa. He has two children, both physicians.
Chairman of the Board and Chief Operating Officer
‘Jay is a graduate of Rutgers University and the University of Virginia Law School. Jay was a co-founder and Associate Editor of Contemporary Drug Problems, a respected drug abuse journal, and he has lectured extensively on drug abuse, prison reform, and meditation. He is the author of TM and Business (McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1977), which introduced the business world to the organizational benefits of meditation, and co-author with Drs. Clark and Wallace of The Coherence Effect. He was a Captain in the U.S. Army Infantry, and Co-Captain of the Rutgers University basketball team.
Jay and his wife reside in Fairfield, Iowa.