Ayurveda

holding plant“Ayurveda shows us how to understand the language of nature, the language of life, so that we can live in harmony with the greater universe, evolving not only for ourselves but bringing benefit to all creatures. Ayurveda contains the secrets not only for healing the individual but also for uplifting society, all creatures and the planet itself.”  – David Frawley

 

Ayurveda is arguably the world’s oldest holistic healing system, dating back at least 5,000 years ago. Outlawed in India by British imperialists in 1833, it was preserved in rural areas of India by traditional Ayurvedic families.  Almost two centuries later and half a world away, modern science is now recognizing the incredible efficacy of Ayurvedic practices in healing disease and imbalances of the modern world.

Translated from Sanskrit, the word Ayurveda means the science, or study, of life. Ayurveda reminds us that we, too, are part of the natural world; and that when we align with the principles and rhythms of nature, we support our body’s inherent ability to heal and thrive.

At its foundation, Ayurveda seeks to restore balance to a person’s natural constitution, or prakriti.  Everyone’s prakriti consists of the three doshas or bio-energies–Kapha, Vata, and Pitta–in varying proportions. When one or more of these doshas is out of balance, this can cause illness and lead to disease.

Ayurveda has personally healed me on many levels, and has brought me a sense of empowerment and deep joy that I didn’t know was possible.

If you are interested in learning how Ayurveda can improve your well-being and empower you to take charge of your health, I am happy to provide a free 15-minute consultation to talk with you and answer your questions.

If you’re ready to jump in, a full consultation will provide you with:

–A better understanding of your personal prakriti (doshic constitution)

–A basic knowledge of what the doshas are, how they get out of balance, and how they can be restored to balance

–Recommendations, both lifestyle and dietary, to help you keep your doshas in balance

All clients will be required to fill out a Wellness Questionnaire before consultations.

RATES:

Initial Consultations (90 min.) $150

Follow-up consultations (30 min) $50

First-Timers Package (150 min) $225 

This package includes the initial 90-minute consultation and two 30-minute follow-up consultations to be completed within a 3- to 5-month time period.

Wellness Package (210 min) $315

This package includes the initial 90-minute consultation and four 30-minute follow-up consultations to be completed in a 6-month time period unless otherwise discussed.

Sign up below for a free 15-minute consultation to find out how Ayurveda can help you.