About Dr. Rioux - In Private Practice Since 2000
Jennifer Rioux is one of the first 20 Doctors of Ayurveda approved for professional membership in the U.S. She has been on faculty at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and the University of New Mexico Medical School. She has conducted research at the University of Arizona and was on the collaborative care team at Andrew Weil's Center for Integrative Medicine.
Ph.D. Medical & Cultural Anthropology, University of New Mexico
Doctor of Ayurveda, National Ayurvedic Medical Association (D.A)
Student of Vasant Lad, Ayurvedic Institute, Ayurvedic Studies Programs 1 & 2
Certified Yoga Therapist, International Association of Yoga Therapists, C-IAYT
Certified Yoga Teacher, Yoga Alliance
Certified Herbalist, National College of Phytotherapy
Dr. Jennifer Rioux holds a doctorate in medical anthropology with certifications in Ayurveda, Yoga and Herbalism.
Dr. Rioux has been a practicing Ayurvedic clinician and Yoga therapist since 2000.
She specializes in treatment of health promotion and disease prevention. She has worked with patients on such issues as: obesity, mood and digestive disorders, hormonal imbalance, chronic pain, and women’s and children’s health.
Board Member, National Ayurvedic Medical Association
Board of Advisors, International Association of Yoga Therapy
Executive Committee, Council for Ayurvedic Research
Research Working Group, Academic Collaborative for Integrative Health
Respected Clinician, Scholar and Researcher
Dr. Rioux is an internationally recognized expert on Ayurvdea, Yoga Therapy and whole-systems research and has presented to audiences nationwide and internationally on clinical issues related to Integrative Medicine, Ayurveda and Yoga Therapy
Dr. Rioux is also a researcher who conducted the first whole-system clinical trial of Yoga and Ayurveda for obesity and has published in numerous peer reviewed medical journals.
Her research has been cited by the National Center for Integrative Medicine and Health as evidence of the effectiveness of mind-body approaches for weight loss.
See Dr. Rioux’s research cited by the National Institutes of Health at: