Ayurveda is known as the “the science of life” and uses food, herbs and lifestyle practices to correct health imbalances and prevent future health problems.
Since 2007 I have been a full time Ayurvedic Practitioner and Yoga teacher. During this time I have helped and educated many clients with things such as:
No one is too young or old to benefit from Yoga and Ayurveda – my clients have ranged from 3 months to 95 years old!
As a wife and mother of two, my children have been my best teachers and critics. I have quickly learned through nourishing my family which recipes work and which do not, and how to utilise food, herbs, breathing and yoga techniques to stay calm and in good health even when challenges are presented.
My kitchen cupboard and garden are now my medicine cabinet and my house and surrounding landscape have become a state of the art wellness centre!
Now my aim is to help a wider audience improve their lives, health and ability to cope with the stresses of modern living by applying these ancient techniques and knowledge.
In the late 1990's I developed a love of Yoga and Transcendental Meditation. I graduated from Royal Holloway University of London with a degree in Management and German I quickly decided that I would never be totally fulfilled working wholly in that arena. I knew I had talents for helping people to heal, which I wanted to pursue. I searched for a Masters course and stumbled upon Ayurveda, where immediately I felt I had found my calling.
I love the logical basis of Ayurveda and the way health conditions are unravelled to reveal the root cause of an illness. After 6 years of full time training, including 6 months in hospitals in India, I gained my PG Dip and a Masters in Ayurveda from the University of Middlesex. I’ve now been full time practicing since 2007. Since then I have undergone further advanced ayurvedic training in Amnanda, Moksha and Marma therapy.
In 2007 I trained as a Kundalini Yoga teacher with the Amrit Nam Sarovar School and followed it with training to teach children too.
After years of practice I now love to write about the subject of Ayurveda too and regularly share columns in local and national magazines and other media.
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