In conjunction with the Chopra Center for Wellbeing, the subscription course is aimed at optimizing health goals
Draper, UT (PRWEB) November 13, 2009 -- Last week Zrii, LLC published the company’s first online wellness program called ZriiAware: Grow Younger, Live Longer, with the intention of helping people improve their health through emotional, spiritual, and physical methods. The program was officially announced at the company’s Rising Star Academy in Anaheim, California, by Dr. David Greenspan, COO of the Chopra Center for Wellbeing™, and is based on the best-selling book by Dr. Deepak Chopra and Dr. David Simon, “Grow Younger, Live Longer.”
ZriiAware: Grow Younger, Live Longer is an interactive online training program developed by the Chopra Center and marketed through Zrii’s vast field of Independent Executives. Developed by doctors educated in western medicine coupled with Aruvedic methods, the holistic healing approach centered in ZriiAware offers a unique strategy to long-term anti-aging methods. “The Chopra Center has helped thousands of people around the world rejuvenate their lives through programs based around practical methods for health,” stated Andrew Mangeris, Vice President of Product Marketing. “ZriiAware is an opportunity for us to expand the message of youth and vitality to the masses.”
This online training program will be available to the public through Zrii, LLC’s independent distributor network or by calling 866.349.9911. Since its launch in 2007, Zrii has sought to make Aruvedic medicine a household term throughout North America.
About the Company
Zrii, LLC, is an international wellness company that utilizes the direct selling industry to market an exclusive nutritional beverage and a revolutionary weight management product. Based primarily on the Indian fruit known as amalaki, Zrii’s products are fully endorsed by the prestigious Chopra Center for Wellbeing. Zrii has over 65,000 Independent Executives in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Israel, and Colombia who help individuals achieve better health and wealth. Founded in October 2007, Zrii achieved almost $45 million in revenue during its first year of business.
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