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Student hopes to introduce Maharishi Ayurveda to South Korea
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20 January 2013
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Geonah Lee grew up in Seoul, South Korea, the child of the national directors of the Transcendental Meditation program in South Korea, so she learned the TM technique as a young child and the advanced Transcendental Meditation Sidhi programme as a high school student.
Geonah has always been passionate about art, which led her to major in art in high school and enroll in one of Korea's top art universities. After her freshman year, however, she transferred to Maharishi University of Management to study physiology and health. She also wanted to study Ayurveda, ''because it includes physical, mental, and spiritual health and real beauty, so I was really attracted to this knowledge.''
After graduating from MUM, Geonah hopes to establish a Maharishi Ayurveda center in South Korea to include an Ayurvedic clinic, spa, meditation hall, organic restaurant, yoga studio, and hotel. Her goal is to create a holistic environment where people can learn to balance every aspect of their lives.
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