When I told my sister, she said “It’s about time! You wanted to do this before you even thought about teaching Yoga!”
Although I have a background in Western medicine with a focus on nursing and psychology, my heart’s truest desire has always been to help others heal in a natural and holistic manner. Western medicine certainly has its place, but as taught in Ayurveda, each person is highly unique, and what works for one will not work for all.
Ayurveda takes a look at an individual’s whole being and creates a lasting lifestyle change to help improve physical and mental health. I invite you to come along with me and begin to implement Ayurveda techniques to help you on your way to better health. Ayurveda, along with your current health plan, can bring noticeably improved results in every area of your well-being.
I am being guided in my studies at Yoga Veda Institute Dr. Vasant Lad’s The Ayurvedic Institute. My heart is filled with gratitude for the opportunity to study with some of the world’s best teachers, and I cannot wait to share with you!
I need 150 patient encounter case studies to present to my peers and teachers in order to graduate according to NAMA (National Ayurvedic Medical Association) guidelines, and receive my diploma as Ayurveda Practitioner. I invite you to jump in here with me, and start your holistic lifestyle today as I continue my clinical internship. Ayurveda Consults until graduation will be offered at a discounted rate as a thank you for supporting me in reaching my goal!
Schedule your first Ayurveda Consultation today!
Ayurvedic consultations are available in person at the studio or via Zoom meetings.
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