Blockage Reversal

Integrated Cardiac Rehabilitation & Research Center 

Heal Your Heart 

Located at S-VYASA Deemed To Be University, Bengaluru. It is the first Integrative cardiology Center in India. The Integrative cardiology program harmonizes the cutting-edge modern medicine principles with aggressive lifestyle change, to optimize cardiac risk factors by utilizing the transformational wisdom of Yoga to reverse coronary artery disease.

Blockage Reversal Program

Our program will help you reverse blockages without spending money, time, and effort. You will not have to go through the pain and disability of stents or bypass surgery. Stents and bypass surgery provide temporary relief. The blockage reversal program provides a lifelong relief cure. Our blockage reversal program combines the best of modern scientific knowledge with the time-tested ancient wisdom of yoga, meditation, and Pranayam. Our practices facilitate intensive lifestyle changes and aggressive risk factor modification to help remove blockages from the coronary arteries.

S-VYASA Deemed To Be University,
Bengaluru.

India’s leading university (A+ NAAC, AICTE approved), Discover the transformative power of education at S-VYASA. Explore diverse programs, from undergraduate to Ph.D, that blend tradition with modern advancements. At S-VYASA University, we prepare you to launch your career by providing a supportive, creative, and professional environment from which to learn practical skills, build a network of industry contacts, and gain real-world experience.

Students at S-VYASA undergo a unique form of education that integrates Life Training and Character Building through Yoga as a way of life. The institution blends the Gurukula style of education with a modern scientific approach, placing a strong emphasis on practical, hands-on experience and in-depth research

Dr. Susheel Sharma

Head of Integrated Cardiology Center

Board-certified Interventional Cardiologist and Ex-President of Maryland Heart Associates. He practiced Interventional Cardiology in Maryland, affiliated with the University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center, from 1993-2022. He is a Fellow Emeritus of the American College of Cardiology (FACC), a Member of the Royal College of Physicians (MRCP UK), a Member of Physician Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM), and Member of American Society of Preventive Cardiology (ASPC).