Our writers are domain specialists, health and fitness experts, wellness professionals, spiritual thought leaders—many are pioneers in their own right.
Here is a list of the writers who have contributed one or more articles to Complete Wellbeing over the past several years. Click on the name to read more about them.
Ankita Khanna is a counselling psychologist who works with young people and their families, using arts based modalities like drama, music, dance and movement.
Vaughn Paul Manley, is a full time Vedic astrologer who has been practicing professionally since 1992. To know more about him visit his website.
Marthe Hagen is a life coach, motivational writer and speaker. Her book Feeling Good when Life is Hard is available online.
Chandana Banerjee is a journalist, illustrator, health coach and yoga teacher-in-training who loves working-from-home as she follows her Air Force officer husband around.
Divyakshi Gupta loves long, tiring road trips and is obsessed with rustic, ornamented doors and colourful, textured walls. She clicks endlessly and stores memories in her eyes to weave stories out of them.
Surya Tahora is Head Professor, Science of Spirituality at SP Jain Institute of Management and Research, Mumbai
Roberta Cava is the owner of Cava Consulting on the Gold Coast of Queensland, Australia. She was born in Canada and emigrated to Australia in 1998. She’s the author of 31 books. Her book Dealing with Difficult People has been an international best-seller since 1990. To learn more about her books please check her website.
Shreya is the editor and founder of make-up and beauty blog http://beautyndbest.com. She is a self-confessed beauty and fashion addict and advisor. The goal of her blog is to create a community of beauty and fashion enthusiasts who support and uplift each other.
Shammi Gupta, founder of Shammi’s Yogalaya is a naturopath, MA in yoga shastra and certified in American College of Sports Medicine & Myofascial Tissue Therapy. She teaches a combination of Hatha, Iyengar and Ashtanga Vinyasa and conducts research on yoga and sports.
Lynette Sheppard, RN is the creator of Menopause Goddess Blog and the author of Becoming A Menopause Goddess. You can read more and join the community at menopausegoddessblog.com
Ajit Singh is a retired Jt. Commissioner from Mumbai, who has served in seven Indian states. He has designed and conducted courses on Behaviour Science and Training Technology in African and Asian countries. He now keeps himself busy with social work and writing articles.
Avril Carruthers is a transpersonal psychotherapist, healer, author and educator based in Sydney. She has been in private practice for over 25 years. Her books Let Your Past Go and Liveand Freedom from Toxic Relationships were published in 2008 and 2011 by Allen & Unwin.
Kate Snowise is a psychologist and wellbeing coach. She believes it’s time more of us turned off the auto-pilot and started living with intention. Through her work, she helps people find themselves when they are lost.
Summer Rayne Oakes has launched SugarDetox.Me— a free step-by-step 30-day sugar detox plan—and CORE7, a week-long guided cleanse. She is passionate about helping people find healthier options in life, and works closely with organisations, to help grow healthier and more vibrant local food systems.
Sharon D’souza is the founder of The Keybunch, a design and décor blog. She is a content strategist and a freelance writer. She also designs and makes custom chalkboard products and home accessories, and consults as a home stylist.
Brian Tracy is an entrepreneur, professional speaker, best-selling author and success expert. He has written and produced more than 300 audio and video learning programmes, including the worldwide, best-selling Psychology of Achievement, which has been translated into more than 28 languages.
Pratibha is an avid blogger and social media consultant. When she’s not rooting for the environment with her eco blog, she makes magic with her social media skills! She loves working on easy DIY recipes that she shares very often on her blogs.
Lauren Glucina is a holistic health coach, raw foods chef and educator. She is the creator of the popular app, Raw Desserts by Ascension Kitchen.
Swasthi Blank is the creator, designer and author of the blog http://indianhealthyrecipes.com. A mother of two, she currently resides in Singapore.
Michael Swamy has been in the food industry for 20 years. His is author of the cookbook Easy Guide to Pairing Indian Food and Wine and the award-winning cookbook The East Indian Kitchen. He was listed as one of the Top 50 Chefs in India in 2012 and 2013.
Anjali Pathak is co-author of an award-winning cookbook, member of the Guild of Food Writers and ambassador for the British Asian Trust.
Dr P S Ramani is Senior Consultant, Neuro and Spine surgeon, Lilavati Hospital & Research Centre.
S Nivida is a freelance writer based in Mumbai. She writes about health, lifestyle and fashion.
Susan Albers is a psychologist at the Cleveland Clinic Women’s Health Center who specialises in relationship and weight issues including individuals struggling with eating disorders, body image and self esteem issues. She enjoys spending time jogging/walking, and travelling.
Dr Swati Rajagopal is consultant, infectious disease at Columbia Asia Hospital, Bangalore.
Henry Cloud is a clinical psychologist, acclaimed leadership expert and best-selling author. He has worked with individuals from all walks of life, for more than two decades and has sold over 10 million books worldwide. He draws on his experience in business and his background as a clinical and consulting psychologist to impart practical and effective advice for improving leadership skills, personal relationships and business performance.
Dr John Gray, PhD, is the author id 16 best-selling relationship books including Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus: one of the best-selling books of the last decade. Over 40 million Mars Venus books have been sold in over 45 languages the world over. His focus is to help men and women understand and appreciate their differences. He is a certified Family Therapist, consulting editor of The Family Journal and a member of the Distinguished Advisory Board of the International Association of Marri.
Braja Sorensen is an Australian author and poet who has lived on the banks of the Ganges River for 15 years, where she has written and published several books. Lost & Found in India is her first mainstream publication.
Aprajita Singh is an MBA and law professional. She teaches HR and psychology to management students in Mumbai. Her passion to coach lead her to start Changing Lives India, an organisation that helps people improve their lives. She is trained with NLP guru M Richard Bandler.
Apoorva Jain is a freelance writer.
Dr Anurag Lila, MD [Medicine], DM[Endocrinology] is the visiting consultant endocrinologist at Dr L H Hiranandani Hospital, Powai, Mumbai.
Michal Stawicki transformed his life, became an author and is on a mission of helping others to improve their lives. His story was featured in The Slight Edge, a book written by American millionaire Jeff Olson. He writes on Quora.
D Sivanandhan is one of India’s highly regarded IPS officers. He has been instrumental in rebuilding Mumbai’s defences after the November 2008 attacks. He is known for his use of strategy and intelligence to uphold the law.
Radhakrishnan Pillai is the founder-director of the Chanakya Institute of Public Leadership [CIPL], an organisation that promotes Indian concepts in management. His book Corporate Chanakya is a best-seller.
Preethi Chandrasekhar is a freelance Travel writer, based out of California, USA. She runs The Eager Traveler travel blog in which she documents her experiences and insights during her travels. She enjoys photography and tries to pack her posts with original photographs from her trips. She has a keen interest in experiential travel, and aims to connect with the local culture to experience off-the-beaten-path adventures.
Akshay Sharma an MBA from IE Business School Madrid Akshay Sharma has over 12 years of experience in Process Management, Start-Ups and Public Relations. Akshay works as a Communications and Start-Up Consultant in the areas of Communications, Business Development, Research and Operations. He has a keen interest in voluntary work, having educated under-privileged children and helped an NGO in New Delhi in fundraising for and promoting awareness of tiger conservation in India.
Dr Noelle C. Nelson, Ph.D. is a psychologist, business trial consultant and the author of 12 books, including her latest, Got a Bad Boss? Work That Boss to Get What You Want at Work, and Make More Money by Making Your Employees Happy.
Monica Karpinski is a London-based writer who is avidly interested in food culture, health and nutrition. She was inspired to write this piece after attending a food foraging course in London. You can follow her on Twitter.
Alexis Brookfield is a teacher and complementary therapist in the UK. She is the founder of zenmindbody, a holistic therapies service for ladies. Visit www.zenmindbody.co.uk to find out more or connect with Alexis.
Neeta Singh is a retired school teacher living in Bokaro Steel City, Jharkhand.