Ayurveda Health Center GmbH

Promenadengasse 8

8001 Zurich

Tel:044 501 6608

General opening hours:
- Monday – Saturday: 10:00 – 20:00
- By appointment
- Short-term appointment inquiries, SMS or call: 076 586 66 08


Dr. Naveen Kumar GUPTA is the embodiment of traditional Indian medicine. He has many years of experience in pulse diagnosis and healing through pulse readings and Panchakarma (detoxification, rejuvenation and regeneration therapies). For the past 25 years he has given many seminars on diverse topics and teaches Ayurveda in Europe and Switzerland.

Dr. Gupta was born in the year 1960 in Delhi and started studying Ayurveda when he was 16 years old. In the year 1983 he received his Bachelors degree in Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery with Honours and distinctions in all clinical subjects. In the year 1984 the Central Council of Indian Medicine awarded him the titles “Vaidya” and “Acharya”. While the first one – “Vaidya” – refers to all certified Ayurvedic Doctors, who are practicing the Ayurvedic System of Medicine and Surgery, the second title – “Acharya” – is given only to people recognized as Gurus, Masters, Guides, Lecturers and Professors in the Ayurvedic System.

Vaidya – Acharya Naveen Kumar Gupta has a profound knowledge of the classical Ayurvedic texts. He is a Sacred Ayurveda Herbalist, Ayurveda Product Developer and Researcher in Ayurveda Philosophy and Human Physiology. He specializes in Nadi Vijnana – Pulse diagnosis, Marma Shastra and Panchakarma therapy*. Dr. Gupta uses his in-depth theoretical schooling and research work in his practice in the field of holistic approach towards health. His affectionate and kind attitude towards all his students and patients has won their love and respect.

Vaidya – Acharya Naveen Kumar Gupta is registered through EMR and ASCA by supplemental insurances, which cover Ayurveda consultations and treatments.

*Panchakarma therapy not possible at Ayurveda Health Center

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At young age Silvia Müller, our Ayurveda Expert, came in contact with alternative healing methods, through her grandfather known as “Graben-Aebi”, who lived in Emmental Affoltern and was respected as a natural healer far beyond the Canton borders.

As a child, she has spent most of her vacations with her grand-parents and was often taken on hikes to the mountains by them, where they plucked herbs and berries. That has shaped her interest in natural herbs till today. Her first pocket money she has earned by helping her grand-parents to assemble and pack tea blends or to bottle cough syrup, various tinctures like i.e. heart-, lever- or kidney drops into small bottles.

Though, it took years before she came into contact with the Indian medicine – Ayurveda. This holistic system of medicine – the Science of life – caught her interest in such an extent that she did not mind to catch up with the baccalaureate at the age of 38 years, which was needed to dedicate 6 more years of her life for the medical-study in India thereafter.

In 2013 she has completed successfully her studies and obtained the “Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery” (B.A.M.S.) at the Gujarat Ayurved University of the State of Gujarat (India). The main subjects were Sanskrit, Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology, Philosophy in vedic literature, Botany and Yoga among others. Beside 1-year of internship – completed in two different University-Hospitals in India – each of 6 months duration, which was a part of the B.A.M.S. course – she gained further experiences in various ayurvedic procedures during an additional visit to India and Sri Lanka. Those experiences took place in a private clinic in Kerala (India) and in two Governmental Hospitals in Sri Lanka. By the support of Dr. S.H. Acharya, a worldwide reputed Panchakarma expert, she deepened her knowledge of this Ayurveda-based detox procedure.

Back in Switzerland since 2015, she has participated the training course of “Ayurveda Rhyner Colleg 2015” under the guidance of the world-renowned Ayurveda-Expert Dr. Hans H. Rhyner and has assisted in his retreats in Austria and Switzerland. Further she is registered by EMR and is a member of the board of OdA-AM in the Committee of Quality Control (QSK).


Vikash Ramsurn is an Ayurveda-therapist coming originally from Mauritius. He has completed his training in the Mahatma Gandhi Ayurveda Hospital, Pamplemousses, Mauritius, under supervision of Indian doctors. His massage is much more than an ordinary massage; it is dynamic bodywork in which he combines deep knowledge of the human anatomy and profound techniques with great subtlety.


Pedro Henriques, Ayurveda-Therapist and Ayurveda-Practitioner, pursued his further education as Ayurveda-Practitioner in Switzerland with Dr. Hans Heinrich Rhyner who is one of the pioneers of Ayurveda in the western countries and has worldwide recognition. During his education in Switzerland, Pedro treasured a most valuable experience in the Ayurveda massages and Pancha-Karma applications. He treats our clients with high competence and great empathy. Many of our clients are particularly fond of his energy-points- massages (Marma), which have shown very good results in cases of backache, muscular tension or arthrites.


Sashimeera Sivarasalingam completed her education (MSc in Ayurveda) in Sri Lanka and in Switzerland.  Sashimeera’s authentic and effective Ayurveda treatments as well as her classical massages are especially praised by our clients.  She distinguishes herself through her experience and warmth.