• Brief Profile


    Neeta Garg is MA Counseling Psychology Bombay University, Counseling Psychologist and Psychotherapist, Behavioral Trainer, Health, Lifestyle and Wellbeing Specialist Certified Fitness Trainer from Reebok University. Neeta carries with her multi-dimensional, inter-disciplinary experience of over 20 years. Her areas of expertise lie in health and well being, work/life balance, psychoneuroimmunology (mind and body work), movement and music, communication and relationships, marital and family issues and cross cultural work. Currently having her private practice in Pune, she has previously been empanelled with The Apollo Clinic, Gurgaon and The Escorts Heart Institute, Delhi. Neeta concurrently is an Academic Counselor / Psychologist with FLAME, an educational Institute offering liberal arts and management. As a Trainer, she conducts workshops and programs in integrated health and wellbeing issues for varied industries, associations, educational institutes. Some clients include Arthur Andersen, Coca Cola India, Reebok India, HSBC Bank, IIM-A (Delhi Chapter), IBM Daksh, National Health Services, (NHS) UK. She has authored over 100 articles for publications like The Times Of India, India Today Plus, websites like activekarma.com and consults with doctorndtv.com. Neeta also anchored the Fitness and Lifestyle segments of nationally telecast NDTV’s program Good Morning India, for almost 8 years. Widely traveled and well read, Neeta is familiar with 8 languages. Her creative pursuits include theatre, music and dance, art. She has pursued tai chi chuan, reiki and yoga for many years and she creates paths in her life with passion!

Questions Answered by me

The best way to keep in good health is to follow a healthy nutrious diet(with your age, conditions and activity levels in mind) and a balanced...

Answered on : 25 Sep 2007

The best way to keep in good health is to follow a healthy nutritious diet (with your age, conditions and activity levels in mind) and a balanced...

Answered on : 25 Sep 2007
  • You should not do any forward bending, whether from the torso or from the neck, either standing, sitting or lying down.
  • You should do no...
  • Answered on : 15 Sep 2007

    The human body has marvellous ways of ensuring that it is taken care of, which is why we need to respect it as much as possible. But having said...

    Answered on : 14 Sep 2007

    Your friend should look at slowly increasing her weight so that her body frame can take the gain that might be added. If you say that she already...

    Answered on : 11 Sep 2007

    A good way to lose weight is to combine calorie-reduction with burning calories as much as possible. To achieve the first, you have to eat a...

    Answered on : 09 Aug 2007

    A good way to lose weight is to combine calorie-reduction with spending calories as much as you can. To achieve the first, you have to eat a...

    Answered on : 13 Jul 2007

    There are a number of reasons why shoulders droop. It could be due to incorrect posture, weak upper back muscles, the habit of stooping because...

    Answered on : 08 Jun 2007

    Always remember to exhale on exertion, that is, when you are using the weight to target the muscle / muscle group; breathe out so that you take...

    Answered on : 08 Jun 2007

    Do remember that you should do only as much as you can sustain over a period of time. So even though you may have the time now, if you may not be...

    Answered on : 01 Jun 2007
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