Ayurveda is a traditional system of medicine that originated in ancient India. It means the Science of Life. It is based on holistic healing principles and focuses on achieving balance and harmony in the body, mind, and spirit.
For the month of July, I’m offering you the opportunity to get to know yourself a bit better by doing an Ayurveda Consultation with me, at a special exclusive price just for the month of July.
Are you interested? Read on.
An Ayurvedic consultation is a comprehensive assessment by an Ayurvedic practitioner to understand an individual’s unique constitution (Prakriti) and imbalances (Vikriti) to provide personalised recommendations for achieving balanced health and well-being.
During an Ayurvedic consultation, the practitioner gathers information about the individual’s medical history, lifestyle, diet, sleep patterns, mental and emotional state, and physical characteristics. They also assess various aspects of the individual’s physiology, such as pulse diagnosis, tongue examination, skin, eyes, and nails observation. This comprehensive evaluation helps the practitioner understand the individual’s unique constitutional makeup, including their dominant dosha(s) (bioenergetic principles) known as Vata, Pitta, and Kapha.
The individualised approach in Ayurveda recognises that each person is unique and has a different combination of doshas. Therefore, what may benefit one person may not be suitable for another. By understanding an individual’s unique constitution, an Ayurvedic practitioner can identify imbalances and recommend personalised treatments, dietary adjustments, lifestyle modifications, herbal remedies, and other therapeutic interventions to restore balance and promote health.
This individualised approach is essential in Ayurveda because it recognises that each person has innate strengths and vulnerabilities. By addressing an individual’s specific needs, Ayurveda aims to restore the natural state of equilibrium and promote optimal health. This approach also considers the dynamic nature of health, as imbalances can occur due to various factors such as diet, lifestyle, environmental influences, and emotional well-being.
Additionally, an individualised approach to balanced health and well-being in Ayurveda acknowledges the interconnectedness of the body, mind, and spirit. It recognises that imbalances in one aspect of a person’s life can also affect other areas. By considering the individual as a whole and addressing the underlying causes of imbalances, Ayurveda aims to support overall well-being and promote a harmonious state of health.
In summary, an Ayurvedic consultation provides a personalised assessment of an individual’s constitution and imbalances, allowing for tailored recommendations to restore balance and promote optimal health. The individualised approach in Ayurveda recognises the uniqueness of each person and aims to address their specific needs for balanced health and well-being.
Come and have a consultation with me in July and you’ll get a 20% discount!
To book, click here and in the Coupon add July23 for the discount.
The consultations can be done online or in person, we’ll arrange a time and date over the phone.