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.
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.
LOU Ann Holland is studying nursing and is based in Michigan.
Dr Paul White, PhD, is a psychologist, speaker and co-author of three books including Rising Above a Toxic Workplace and The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace, along with Dr Gary Chapman and Harold Myra. For more information, visit www.appreciationatwork.com
Neha Chandna Ranglani is a dietician and nutrition educator. To know more, visit her website
Steven Redhead is an author, songwriter and poet, who specialises in motivational and spiritual philosophy. He spent 32 years in Asia, assisting large international businesses to succeed then prosper.
Patricia Rossi is author of Everyday Etiquette and Twitter’s #1 etiquette professional worldwide. She appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg Businessweek.
Gayatri Aptekar works as a therapist with children and through her stories helps them manage their emotions. She coaches parents and hopes for a world where people are more compassionate and accepting. She writes about her experiences on her blog, Outside the Kitchen Window.
Paula McInerney is an award winning travel writer. She travels the world along with her husband Gordon to show you how to pair experiential travel with the luxury factor. Together, they call themselves Boho Chic Travellers and their blog, like Paula and Gordon, is “a marriage made in heaven”.
Gordon McInerney is an award winning travel writer. He travels the world along with his wife Paula to show you how to pair experiential travel with the luxury factor. Together, they call themselves Boho Chic Travellers and their blog, like Paula and Gordon, is “a marriage made in heaven”.
Sarah Prout is a best-selling author, entrepreneur and publisher. She is devoted to teaching people how to manifest their desires and believe in their own magic.
Pema Chödrön is an America-born Tibetan Buddhist nun and best-selling author. She taught as an elementary school teacher for many years in both New Mexico and California. Pema has two children and three grandchildren.
Joshua Becker is the founder and editor of Becoming Minimalist, a website dedicated to intentional living. He is the Wall Street Journal best-selling author of Simplify and Clutterfree with Kids. He is also founder of The Hope Effect, a nonprofit organisation changing how the world cares for orphans. Currently, he lives in Peoria, AZ with his wife and two young kids.
Purba Ray is unable to befriend people who are more interested in the number of bedrooms in her apartment than the epic list of her pet peeves, which includes zealous parents who are proud for no reason. She vents her angst writing damning posts on her blog and praying no one reads them.
Arundhati Baitmangalkar teaches Hatha and slow Vinyasa yoga. She now lives in Seattle and runs her own yoga school where she teaches students and trains teachers in the art of yoga.
Shira Taylor Gura is the author of Getting unS.T.U.C.K.: Five Simple Steps to Emotional Well-Being. She facilitates workshops and retreats that promote emotional wellbeing. Her belief that a more mindful, compassionate life is available to anyone, anywhere.
G Venkatesh, a Research Fellow at the Norwegian Institute of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway is a freelance writer-editor, who dabbles his skills in a host of subjects - from science, cricket and holistic living, to spirituality.
Vandana Kanjani, a Mumbai-based hair and beauty expert, has been managing and running her own beauty salon for over 20 years.
Dr Subhash Dhiware, MS, is a Navi Mumbai based orthopaedic surgeon.
Radhika Iyengar, a Delhi University English literature student, is a member of a writers' group. She's also a theatre buff, and is as captivated by movies, music, and kaajal pencil, and her long, relaxing walks with her dog — but, not necessarily in that order.
Dhananjay More is Director-Fitness, Talwalkars Health Complex, Mumbai and Fitness Consultant, All India Association for Advancing Research in Obesity. He is also a Clinical Exercise Specialist from the American Council on Exercise.
Alison Roughley is with Scientific Communications, Haircare, P and G Beauty, Mumbai.
Dr Manoj Chadha, MD, DM, FICP, MNAMS, a Navi Mumbai-based consultant endocrinologist.
Dr W R Patil, MD, is Associate Professor of Medicine, MGM Medical College, Navi Mumbai.
Peter Hoogenboom is a bicyclist and software engineer from Salt Lake City, Utah, US with 23 years of bicycling experience. He recently completed [for the seventh time] the Logan to Jackson Classic, a one-day, 331km bicycle race. Peter also enjoys racing, writing, photography, and spending time with his pets.
A graduate in International Relations and Mass Media from Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel, Aimee Ginsburg has been calling India home for the past 10 years. Ginsburg has been with the media for the past 20 years and has worked as an editor and interviewer, and made critically-acclaimed documentaries for Israel’s foremost radio channel, Galei Tzahal. She has also been the first-ever award winning feminist columnist in Israel’s leading business magazine, Asakim Maariv.
Francine Kaufman is Chair of the IDF Consultative Section on Childhood and Adolescent Diabetes and Chair of the World Diabetes Day Campaign 2007-2008 Diabetes in Children.
Vipa Pandya is a Rajkot-based writer.
Anup Kumar is a post-graduate in nuclear physics from St. Stephen’s College, Delhi University and author of the book The Joy of Cancer.
Dr Prasanna K G, MD [Ayurveda], is advisor in the Ayurvedic Penthouse of The Oriental Bangkok, Thailand.
Mayur P Pahilajani is a writer, hobbyist naturopath, and yoga student, who lives in a distant Mumbai suburb, far away from its frenzied buzz.
Dr Vijay Kumar Verma, MD, DM, is a Navi Mumbai-based cardiologist.
Tamara Richards is Consultant, World AIDS Campaign.
Sudha Seshadri is an imaginative and creative writer with an eye for detail. She's a meticulous and committed editor and can write in serious as well as chatty styles.
Madhuri Behari is Professor & Head, Department of Neurology, All India Institute of Medical Sciences [AIIMS], New Delhi.
Dr Shobha N is a Mumbai-based homoeopath.
Joyce Wright is a Holistic Health Practitioner[HHP] from the Global College of Natural Medicine, USA with a keen interest in effective natural medicine.
Fr Lancy Prabhu, S.J. is the Head of the Department of Inter-religious studies at St. Xaviers College, Mumbai, India.