Welcome to the ancient healing system of Ayurvedic Medicine.
What is Ayurveda? And what to expect.
Ayurveda literally means the “science of life.”
The healing modality of Ayurveda has been practiced for over 5,000 years in the traditional settings of India. Known as the sister science of Yoga, the two modalities gave rise in their wisdom during times when humans in these ancient civilizations needed to understand ways in which to create greater states of health and well-being. This science was discovered and formulated by teachers and mentors who devoted their lives to the study of deeper states of consciousness on all levels for the mental and physical well being of individuals and societies.
Ayurvedic philosophy witnesses the natural states of five earthly elements at play within our bodies, and the natural effects created within our physiology from these forces interacting in balanced or imbalanced states. Our physiology is broken down in terms of bodily humors called doshas. These doshas, Vata, Pitta, and Kapha, are found within the individual constitutional makeup formed at the time of conception.
While looking at your state of health through this Ayurvedic lens, the practitioner seeks to restore and maintain greater balance, health, and remove the causal factors of disease. Together we delve into an Ayurvedic lifestyle management plan, that utilizes harmonizing factors of sight, sound, touch, taste, and thought. Thus allowing each individual to understand the root causes of his or her imbalance. My goal as a Ayurvedic Health Practitioner is to transfer this wisdom of Ayurveda to each client so that they may thrive in their lives and maintain these states of health in the future.
Both online/long distance consultations and in person consultations are available.
While Ayurveda compliments western methodologies and treatments, it does not replace the need for the patient to seek proper advice, guidance, and treatment, by a professional Medical practitioner for your disease or illness. It is the patient’s sole responsibility to utilize this care when needed.
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