An Ayurvedic Consultation is a tool to understand yourself better. The awareness gained from having an Ayurvedic consultation allows one to create balance and harmony, thus avoiding the onset of symptoms. If you are already ill, Ayurveda helps you to create the optimum environment in your body for healing to take place! Ayurveda will help you feel better about life and have greater energy and enthusiasm. Through a consultation, the nature of a person and any imbalances are identified. Then, a treatment program will be put together that not only includes foods and herbs but also aromas, colors, massage, detoxification, yoga, and meditation – all aimed at restoring or maintaining balance. Healing imbalances at their root is the ultimate goal of Ayurveda. Many times, the root imbalance lies in the digestive system and in the mind. Ayurvedic counseling is a very thorough, customized process. A two-hour initial consultation with your practitioner is the discovery process. Information will be compiled from your intake paperwork to assess your diet, digestion, elimination, emotions, psychology, sleep patterns, and so forth. This information will be the foundation of your customized practice, showing you where imbalance may lie and providing the solutions and support to find your bliss.
In ancient Vedic times, marma points were called bindu – a dot, secret dot or mystic point. Like a door or pathway, activating a marma point opens into the inner pharmacy of the body. The body is a silent, universal, biochemical laboratory—operating every moment to interpret and transform arising events. Touching a marma point changes the body’s biochemistry and can unfold radical, alchemical change in one’s makeup. Stimulation of these inner pharmacy pathways signals the body to produce exactly what it needs, including hormones and neurochemicals that heal the body, mind and consciousness. This deep dimension of marma therapy has the potential to unfold physical, emotional, and spiritual healing.
Yoga Nidra is the art of conscious deep relaxation that allows you to begin to experience the flow of Prana (energy) in your physical and subtle bodies. You can then identify and release blockages to the flow of Prana and ultimately, bring healing to the body and mind and expand consciousness. An hour of practicing Yoga Nidra is equivalent to three hours of restful deep sleep. It helps in physical symptoms as well as emotional and mental.
Bio-Well is a modern-day Kirilian Photography device from Russia. It measures how our bodies are managing and adapting to stress. This is a great health assessment tool, giving you immediate insights into what is acutely happening in your body. A full report of the findings will be made available to you. The report includes:
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