In this episode of Thrive Bites COVID Special Series, I sit down with Dr. Ragini Miryala to discuss how families are dealing with this pandemic and how as a Heartfulness Meditation Trainer she can offer many tips to reduce stress as a family.
This is a *pre-recorded* multi LIVE show series about staying well, calm, and resilient from different experts from backgrounds of psychology, yoga, meditation, wellness and more. We are going to have live talks to discuss how to center ourselves and how to self-reflect on our internal and external world.
Dr. Miryala is a Pediatrician and Heartfulness Meditation Trainer from Houston, TX. She received her Bachelor of Science Degree from Trinity University in San Antonio, TX and spent her senior year at university as an Ambassador of Goodwill for the Rotary Club in Spain, becoming fluent in Spanish. After receiving her Medical Doctorate from the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) in Galveston, TX, Dr. Miryala became Director of the Forensic Assessment Program, serving as an expert court witness in child abuse cases and teaching other health care professionals and social services personnel how to distinguish findings of abuse from normal childhood conditions. She currently owns and operates PediSTAT Urgent Care in Houston, TX and practices as a Pediatric Hospitalist for HCA Hospitals.
Dr. Miryala feels passionately that meditation is not only a cornerstone of health and wellness, but a means to connect with one’s highest self. Her own experience with Heartfulness Meditation is that it remarkably transformed her from sceptic to believer in the science of spirituality. Dr. Miryala has practiced Heartfulness Meditation since 2003 and became a certified trainer in June, 2015. In addition to presenting for and organizing Continuing Medical Education Conferences for the Heartfulness Institute, Dr. Miryala has conducted small and large group meditation sessions for individuals, schools and corporations such as Lulu Lemon Athletica, JP Morgan Investment Corporation, and Air Liquide. She hopes to inspire people to use meditation as a tool to live their best life.
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