Ayurveda is India’s ancient system of medicine and healing that is an insightful approach for joyful, harmonious living. Ayurveda has been guiding us toward holistic health for the body, mind, and soul for more than 5000 years. Using Ayurvedic theory and yoga practice, lends us recommendations and observations that can be adapted to your and helps achieve balance. Your one-on-one session will give you the tools to correct imbalances and create optimal health and fulfillment.
Using the principles of Ayurveda, your consult will address mind, body and spiritual health. By addressing to the root cause of imbalances, you’ll leave empowered with a plan to enhance your wellbeing.
The purpose of the Ayurvedic Lifestyle Consultations is to provide insight and recommendations on lifestyle habits to engage the body’s natural healing ability. Your first appointment is 1.5 hours and is a one-time charge of $150. During this session you’ll gain a deeper understanding of your constitution, identify your major health concerns, and receive an overall health and lifestyle assessment along with support/treatment recommendations. You will leave with practices that you can immediately use to support your overall health and wellbeing. This session is a collaborative effort so you will be an active participant in choosing what is best for you and your lifestyle.
Intake sessions are casual, private and confidential. At the end of your consultation, your personalized treatment plan (dinacharya or daily routine) will address lifestyle recommendations for dosha balance including: daily practices of asana, pranayama, meditation, six tastes/herbal (diet) interventions and more. Consultation also includes 2 additional 1 hour sessions with email follow up as needed. If you are interested in working one on one to assess your treatment goals, contact Lisa at firstname.lastname@example.org
The benefits of Ayurvedic medicine have been proven over centuries of use, and its methodologies are as applicable for the modern world as they were thousands of years ago in India.
Note: Prana Yoga Center’s certified Ayurvedic specialists are not medically-licensed and do not diagnose or treat disease. We work with patient centered, evidence informed and outcome based modalities.