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Ayurvedic Medicine

One of the best things about Ayurveda is how simple it is...and one of the funniest things about simplicity is how complicated we can make it!

Ayurveda means “Science of Life.”  It is an ancient system of healing that focuses on the complete person which includes the body, mind and spirit.  Traditional medicine tends to focus on a specific symptom or disease.  Ayurveda says that for complete wellness to occur, the body, mind and spirit must be in harmony with each other and naturally resistant to disease causing conditions.

Ayurveda defines wellness not as “the absence of defined disease” but when all bodily tissues, organs, systems and functions are acting together in a healthy way and are able to maintain health and wellness in spite of potential illness causing influences.  Ayurveda believes that by balancing the various mind-body functions the natural intelligence of the body will automatically bring itself to wellness.

Ayurvedic practices focus on clearing disturbances and balancing metabolic and energetic patterns that support constitutional resilience.  It is the individual’s implementation of the right Ayurvedic practices that brings about balance and wellness.  People are more vulnerable to developing pathological illness or disease when vital energies of the mind, body and spirit are disrupted.  Ayurveda can assist in learning how to improve health through improved lifestyle functions.

Each individual has a combination of three constitutions or characteristics called Vata, Pitta, and Kapha.

Ayurveda helps individuals create a state of balance and harmony in their unique body and mind.  When the body and mind are in harmony, normal physiology is restored and healing takes place.

 

Specialties Include

Digestive wellness

Leaky Gut

Food allergies & intolerance

Healthy cooking / meal planning

Diet and Detoxification

Women's Health

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