What does it mean to be healthy? Everyone is healthy according to their own individual needs. Ayurveda describes health as:

Samadosha samagnish ca


Prannatmendriyamanah svastha ity


Sushruta Sutrasthan 15.38

“He whose doshas (energies) are in balance, whose agni (appetite) is good, whose dhatus (tissues) are functioning normally, whose malas (wastes) are in balance, and whose consciousness, mind, and senses remain full of bliss, is called a healthy person.”

Health all begins with one’s knowledge of the three doshas, and the continuous understanding of how to manage these energies. Only from this can one then proceed on the path of true natural health for his/her body, mind, soul and senses.

Ayurvedic methods of treating imbalances or potential diseases are no quick fix. Lifestyle and diet changes are key to maintaining overall health for longevity and prosperity.  Ayurvedic herbs may also be used to assist the process.

Other therapies include: relaxation exercises, yoga, pranayama (breathing therapies), aroma therapies, panchakarma, meditation, and rejuvenation therapies to delay aging and promote longevity, also there are special seasonal routines for year-round health by adapting to the seasons.

One-on-one consultation: $108/hour : this includes diet, lifestyle, herbs that will help bring yourself more into balance and will compliment your yoga practice. On-going support is included.  Follow ups are after 35 days for $40.