Ms. Samara Mahindra

Ms. Samara Mahindra

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Master of Communication (Corporate Communication), Integrative Nutrition Health Course



9 Years Experience

Ms. Samara is a certified Cancer Exercise Specialist and Breast Cancer Recovery Trainer. She is also a qualified personal fitness trainer from the American Academy of Personal Training, New York, Holistic Health Coach from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and certified in Plant Based Nutrition from Cornell University and the T. Colin Campbell Foundation.Her focus is specifically towards integrative modalities of healing by using complementary therapies to treat cancer. She moved back from America and began her career through physical and functional training for cancer patients in rehabilitation and found that there was a major gap in the access to lifestyle and health coaching for cancer, prompting her to gain accreditation in the field.She coaches patients on regular bases and is now fully focused on launching and establishing the CARER Program globally. Bringing complementary therapies of healing and recovering from cancer to the home of every cancer patient.Samara has provided health coaching tips to patients on the program that helps with nutrition, movement, and managing stress levels.

Benson Town, Bangalore

Carer Program Cancer Recovery & Rehabilitation Center

Sweet Home Apartments, Bydarahalli, Landmark: Near Jama Masjid, Bangalore

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Mon - Sat

09:00 - 06:00



Awards and Recognitions

Certificate in Plant-Based Nutrition – Cornell University & T Colin Campbell Foundation - 2016
Founder & CEO of CARER Program – Cancer Recovery and Rehabilitation - 2016


Master of Communication (Corporate Communication) - Bond University, Australia, 2009
Integrative Nutrition Health Course - Institute for Integrative Nutrition, New York, 2016


2014 - 2014 Cancer Exercise Specialist at Portland, Oregon
2014 - 2014 Breast Cancer Recovery Trainer at Portland, Oregon
2015 - 2016 Holistic Health Coach at New York, Us
2014 - 2016 Certificate in Plant-Based Nutrition at Cornell and the T. Colin Campbell Foundation
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