Sarajean Rudman is a Doctorate of Health Sciences candidate with M.S. in Nutrition, M.A. in Health and Wellness Coaching, 15 years in education teaching nutrition, fitness, yoga, and Ayurveda, and curriculum development and clinical experience.

Professional Narrative

Sarajean has developed specific curricula for Kripalu School of Yoga, School of Ayurveda, and for nutrition, fitness, and wellness programs. She has facilitated education for groups between 10-500, for programs of 1 hour to 1 month in length, and has presented live at Wanderlust, TEDx Manchester, Yoga Journal LIVE!, Ahimsa Yoga Festival, and Burlington Yoga Conference. She is the winner of MUIH’s 2020 “Great Esteem” Award as nominated by students.

Selected Publications & Presentations

Yoga Therapy Foundations, Tools, and Practice: A Comprehensive Textbook (contributing author)


Introduction to CIH

Mind Body Science

Physical Activity and Health

Ayurveda and the Mind

Ayurvedic Lifestyle Skills


MUIH "Great Esteem" Award, 2020 (student-nominated)

Personal Narrative

I live in New England with my husband, our two boys, and our three dogs. I am passionate about running, hiking, rowing, SUPing, listening to and playing music.

My personal mission is to be an unstoppable force in the fight against global hunger, by using all the potential within integrative and clinical nutrition, alternative medicine, and social education, to save and extend lives where help is needed most. To achieve this goal, I aspire to work with educational institutions, non-profits, and in government and policy.

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