Health and Wellness Institute Worldwide

501(C)3 Chief Executive Officer Joy Jangdhari

A Roadmap To Preparedness- Life Management Skills

Integrating the wholeness of individual-Physical, Mental, Emotional, and Social Education.

Every human has the right to this education!

Learning paths that lead to personal development, professional advancement, and enrichment.  The Health and Wellness Institue Worldwide is dedicated to making educational and enriching opportunities integrating 

physical, mental, and emotional fitness orchestrated for the balancing of the mind/body to be in the state of health and wellness.


To build a strong and stable foundation for one’s intelligence to work from. The focus on being balanced, inward- mentally, and outward physically. Health management skills for all that have a low risk of side effects.

The Goal

Education throughout the communities, schools, and businesses, to create and assist in emotional, social, and physical functioning and to reset and regroup.

*Implementing wellness programs at work for the purpose of promoting employees' health.


• Technology for your Psychology education adapted from the text “Living Life As A Joyful Being; be ready for whatever life brings!” 

Author Joy Jangdhari.  Recommended by: Doctors, Nurses, Psychologists, Entrepreneurs. 

* Stress management for the Veterans, First responders, Military Personal, Community.

• Educational Videos. Roadmap to preparedness to be physically, mentally, and emotionally ready for whatever life brings!


​The Health and Wellness Institute Worldwide is collaborating with Communities, Schools, Hospitals,, First Responders, Police departments on education for Health and Well-being programs. 

America's insurance company deemed a prudent investment for patients with known coronary artery disease (Sommer, 1995) recognized in the past 30 years the value of yoga in the preventive and curative effects among the scientific community and the popular western culture.

Much of the scientific conception of why yoga is effective in health prevention and treatment is based on the principle that in the yoga can prevent or minimize the body’s sympathetic nervous system response to “stress”

i,e. an experience that the cerebral cortex interprets as challenging, demanding, or threatening (Patel, 1993).

Effects such as increased heart rate, increased cardiac output, vasoconstriction, muscular tension, rapid or irregular breathing pattern, alert brain showing a fast, low-amplitude desynchronized EEG, and an increase in the activity of sweat glands may all be related to pathological processes which lead to disease states.

In the work of Benson et al (1974), they describe a “ Relaxation response” which is a wakeful hypometabolic state induced by the use of simple non-cultic mental techniques or by traditional meditation practices. The hypometabolic state is characterized by decreased oxygen consumption, carbon dioxide elimination, respiratory rate, and minute ventilation with no change in the respiratory quotient.

There is a marked decrease in arterial blood lactate and a slight decrease in arterial blood pH and base excess. In subjects experienced in the elicitation of the hypometabolic state, intra-arterial blood – pressures are low before, during after its practice. They suggest that this is part of an “integrated hypothalamic response” which is consistent with a state of decreased sympathetic-nervous system activity and that it is the counterpart of another hypothalamic response, the emergency reaction of the fight or flight response. 

Health and Wellness Institute Worldwide

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Physical, Mental & Emotional Wellbeing

Chief Executive Officer Joy Jangdhari

Contact 347-545-8539

Health and Wellness Institute Worldwide

Managing your Health and Wellbeing