“Organic India may buy stake in NutriHealth” – The Economic Times

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Organic India, an organic food and supplements firm controlled by ethnic wear retailer Fabindia, is in talks to buy significant stake in nutritionist Shikha Sharma’s NutriHealth, which provides personalised nutrition management services, a person familiar with the development said.

Organic India will buy 20-40% stake in Delhi-based NutriHealth and the two companies have already signed term sheet for the deal, the person told ET.

“Rehabilitation By Way Of Aqua Therapy At AquaCentric In Andheri” – Men’s Health

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AquaCentric Therapy is a state-of-the-art physiotherapy centre with a multi-disciplinary team of experts rendering services in four different verticals. Orthopaedic for spine care, pre and post-operative rehabilitation, fractures, arthritis, spondylosis, muscle and ligament injuries; Neurology for problems related to stroke management, Parkinson’s disease, traumatic and  non-traumatic brain/spinal cord injuries, movement disorders, neuromuscular diseases, multiple sclerosis and motor neuron diseases; Women’s Health Care for pre and post natal care, bladder and bowel incontinence, hormonal imbalance like PCOS, pre and post-menopausal issues, osteoporosis related care, metabolic disorders, gynaecological pre and post surgery Rehabilitation; and lastly, Paediatric for kids with Cerebral Palsy, Developmental Coordination disorders, autism-related disorders, genetic disorders, developmental delay and child obesity.

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“Mariwala Starts Second Venture In Wellness Space”- Franchise India

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Marico Founder and Chairman Harsh Mariwala has started his second venture in the wellness area with the setting up of AquaCentric Therapy – a chain of physiotherapy centres that will use land, air and water elements for healthcare.

“I am passionate about innovation, pioneering as well as preventive healthcare. And AquaCentric is about all these three,” Mariwala told BusinessLine.

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“Relax, you are in water now”- LiveMint

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There’s water everywhere, and you may well be tired of it. How about using the power of water to soothe frayed nerves and loosen the knots in your back? AquaCentric, a new holistic physiotherapy centre in Mumbai, claims that aquatic therapy shows better results than conventional physiotherapy when it comes to physical rehabilitation and injury recovery.Aquatic therapy refers to treatments and exercises performed in water for relaxation, fitness and physical rehabilitation. The centre, located in Andheri West, has three “chemistry-controlled” warm indoor pools and underwater treadmills.

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“We tried cycling in a swimming pool, because why the hell not”- GQ India

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Aqua-therapy, or aquatic therapy, is basically the act of exercising under water. The centre is equipped with three therapeutic indoor swimming pools that are warm and chemistry controlled.  Exercising under water allows your joints to recover faster, enabling you to move more freely than you’d be able to on land. Moreover, the resistance offered by the water makes you work harder to achieve the desired result, therefore speeding up the process of recovery and strengthening your muscles faster.

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“Harsh Mariwala to tap market for therapeutic pools with his latest venture.” – Business Standard

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A long corridor leads to Harsh Mariwala’s eighth-floor office in Santacruz, the Mumbai suburban headquarters of Marico. Mariwala, 67, loves open spaces and his office bears this out. Click on the link below to read the full article –


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Harsh Mariwala launches second health care venture

Marico founder harsh Mariwala has launched Aquacentric, a premium physiotherapy-led centre, which focuses on treating orthopaedic, neurology, paediatric and women-related health care issues. Led by physiotherapist Dr Amit Kohli, it offers water, land and air (outdoor)- based therapy. click on the link to read the full article.