Indianlife foods are a favorite of celebrities and wellness practitioners for their great taste and healthy nutrition. Recently Dr. Deepak Chopra enjoyed Indianlife’s signature samosas and flat breads on his recent journey to Vancouver, where he spoke at Paradise Valley Wellness Centre in Squamish.
Founded by Indianlife founder Rakesh Raniga’s sister Nirmala Raniga, Paradise Valley Wellness Centre (PVWC) is the first addiction treatment organization in North America to be affiliated with Dr. Deepak Chopra’s prestigious Chopra Center.
PVWC hosted Dr. Chopra on Thursday, February 17, for an exclusive discussion on global healing and transformation from addictions. As he spoke about the work of PVWC and its Foundation, founded by Nirmala Raniga, attendees included the Chief of the Squamish BC and Squamish’s Mayor, doctors, staff, patients and press, and Indianlife’s Rakesh Raniga. The PVWC Foundation will provide financial support to individuals seeking treatment who cannot afford it, with some monies going towards research.
PVWC features The Chopra Center’s Freedom from Addiction Method, a unique alternative to traditional twelve-step programs. Combining the latest western medical advances with time-honored Eastern and alternative healing modalities, the Freedom from Addiction Method promotes long-term balance and personal growth to aid guests in nurturing their health, restoring balance, and creating greater fulfillment in their lives.