Indus Valley Ayurvedic Centre Founder’s Statement
Vision and Mission Statement
IVAC Mission – Harmonizing body, mind and soul
- Spread the health giving benefits of Ayurveda to mankind.
- To develop standards and processes for human resource development to the emerging wellness industry. Write SOP manuals.
- To bring awareness to the youth of India by providing dignity of labor, training in practical skills and improvements in communication.
- Conduct seminars and conferences to exchange and integrate the Vedic and Ayurvedic concepts to other healing systems and corporate governance leading to standardized corporate wellness programs making it a mandatory legal compliance.
- Start grass root level training institutions to train Ayurvedic Vaidyas, therapists and other skilled personnel for the wellness industry.
- Develop traditional Ayurvedic Indian brand of Spa/Salon- therapeutic clinics of global standards both in India and overseas.
- Use modern technology effectively to package and deliver Ayurveda worldwide
- Develop new products based on Ayurvedic principles and conduct research and clinical trials.
- Reduce the healthcare cost by promoting effective, affordable Ayurvedic way of lifestyle.
- Adopt, practice, and promote all eco-friendly principles and technologies.
- Preserve endangered species of medicinal plants and herbs.
- Write manuals for SOPs (Standard Operating Procedures) for the new generation of Ayurvedic wellness industry, which may eventually lead to franchising.
- Integrate Yoga, Ayurvedic diet and meditation to the lifestyle of humankind.
- Seek necessary accreditation from healthcare and educational institutions.
- IVAC is to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Our Goal – Universal promotion of better health
Through the dedicated efforts of our highly motivated team, we at IVAC are engaged in the task of spreading awareness of the benefits of the Ayurvedic way of life. Our aim is to revive the memory of our true divine nature; to rekindle our intrinsic ability to heal ourselves.
- Absolute honesty
- Focus on contribution
- Non dogmatic spirituality
- Getting more done by doing less work smart
- Calling forth the best of ourselves & others
- Being open to change
- Having a special sense of humor
- Having a keen distant vision & up close focus
- Having self discipline
- Keeping balance