Today’s guest is Pooja Khanna. Pooja is the Founder & CEO of Begin to Heal. She was formerly a Strategy and Business Development Executive for 13 years with Fortune 500 companies such as American Express, Microsoft, IBM, and Pepsi.
Her most recent venture, Begin to Heal connects New Yorkers with alternative medicines and practitioners in their area and provides educational resources about holistic healing and wellness online.
Pooja has been passionate about wellness and alternative healing since her work stress drove her to adrenal fatigue in 2013. She sought treatment from doctors all the way from New York to India, but she found no cure. Having exhausted all conventional options, she turned to holistic medicine and alternative healers, who eventually put her fully back on her feet.
She is now an advocate of these treatments, and makes them available to the wider public through her platform, Begin to Heal. Her vision for Begin to Heal is to connect as many people as possible with these treatments in order to improve human wellness globally.
She has been to almost 50 countries and speaks 5 languages. She’s been supporting education for underprivileged girls in India for 12 years and continues to organize fundraisers around this cause.
You can learn more about her at www.begintoheal.com. And be sure to use the coupon code HEALED to take advantage of her special offer.
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