Where there is harmony, there is health

Harmonious living is the foundation of Ayurveda and Yoga

As a Natural Science, Ayurveda's framework for wellbeing is based on seeking harmony with the nature around you, as well as the nature within you (Your True Self). This is done by following the rhythms of Nature, which are carefully designed to support your wellbeing, and help you live in harmony with everything around you. It's called homeostasis, or self-regulation, which is something your body and mind (i.e. you Nervous System) do naturally. 

What's the most effective way to achieve harmony?

Consistent lifestyle practices that are done with reverence and joy.  "Sadhana", or ritual, is the cornerstone for healthful living; these rituals also turn any routine into a spiritual practice, a way to invite Divine into your day to day living. Sadhana is the basis for an ayurvedic lifestyle, and I would be honored to help you experience the benefits of an ayurvedic lifestyle: more clarity, more vitality, more resiliency, more self-love, more joy! 

If you are ready to live with purpose and intention, through mindful practices, I have the right program for you. I will help you prioritize the areas of your life that need the greatest attention, and guide you through the key lifestyle changes that will allow you to connect to your inner wisdom.

By embracing Ayurveda’s “back to basics” lifestyle approach, you are essentially saying a big YES to restoring harmony to mind and body!

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Awaken the Healing Power of Ayurveda and Yoga

Yoga and Ayurveda are complementary practices that offer us powerful tools to achieve transformation of body, mind, and spirit for fostering greater health and vitality. They are “sibling” sciences, each with a unique place and function, yet overlapping each other on various levels. Both are rooted in India's most cherished scriptures known as the Vedas, which date to about B.C. 1500. The information found in the Vedas is culled from the cosmos, and handed down to us through texts that remain unaltered even today. And so there is a deep reverence of this knowledge, even 5000 years later. Indeed, the wisdom of Ayurveda and Yoga is timeless; it is very much relevant for the busy, intense lifestyle of the 21st century in need of the simple, back-to-basics practices that they offer.

According to these ancient sciences, healing happens when we understand that our own true nature is inseparable from the workings of the cosmos. In other words, when you are in tune with Nature--  the Universe above and the Universe within-- we can live in harmony with our whole being. Through the use of sadhanas (daily rituals) such as movement (asana), meditation, chanting (mantra), food, herbs, lifestyle practices, and codes of living (yamas/niyamas), these two sister sciences offer a complete approach to spark your own inner wisdom of balance and healing.

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