Ayurveda believes disease is often caused by a lack of love, including not caring for our emotional state or physical body.
The Ancient Science Of Healing
Our modern culture deprives us of the time we need to take care of ourselves, we easily expand energy, but we give little importance, time or value to the renewing of it. Our health is our most vital investment, an investment that is our responsibility.
The body is always giving us signs and warnings, to let us know when it is out of balance, but when we become disconnected from our bodies, its only when they are screaming that we finally stop and pay attention.
It was through my Mothers battle with cancer that I discovered the ancient science of Ayurveda. Preventative healthcare, up until that point, did not mean much to me. The painful experience of losing a loved one too early made me question how differently, things could have been, had we known and understood the early signs of her imbalances.
The science of Ayurveda provides us with the knowledge and regimes to continually bring ourselves back into balance, covering all aspects of our nature, physical, psychological and spiritual. Ayurveda has its roots in Indian antiquity and has been practiced in India for over 5,000 years. When the British first introduced Western medicine into India, Ayurvedic medicine was supressed and discouraged by government policies.
Today, many are returning to the native Ayurveda, a healing system that doesn’t simply repress symptoms, but treats the individual by working to find and eliminate the root cause of the dis-ease.
Today I work one on one with clients treating them holistically and individually. I weave dietary and lifestyle interventions, Vedic counselling, body-work therapies and herbal medicine to bring about positive change.
I am passionate about educating, supporting and inspiring others to foster ultimate longevity and empowering them to be their own healer.
“Life is the combination of body, senses, mind and reincarnating soul. Ayurveda is the most sacred science of life, beneficial to humans both in this world and the world beyond.” ―Charaka