The aim of Vedic Counselling sessions that I offer is the knowing how you as an individual microcosm can skillfully navigate through the world of material success, personal relationships, health and wellbeing toward higher consciousness. True goal of the health consultation is to find out the root causes of your disbalance. In my approach I integrate Ayurveda, Yoga and Jyotish focusing on patient-centred care. All aspects of your life are important in creating individualised management plan taking into account social and work environment. You will receive advice in various areas according to your body-mind constitution, astrology chart and presented condition: diet, lifestyle, karmic tasks and herbal supplements if needed.
I explain the basic principles of Vedic approach and Ayurvedic treatment during the consultation. Special attention will be given to the concept of Prakruti or personal genetic constitution. According to Ayurveda there are seven types of Prakruti based on the predominance of the five elements. The elements (ether, air, fire, water and earth) are represented in every person as three Doshas or mind/body principles. They are Vata, Pitta and Kapha. Different combinations of Doshas create seven types of Prakruti. Ayurveda assures that knowing your body/mind constitution and following diet and lifestyle according to it will result in healthy and long life.
My life is dedicated to Yoga and Ayurveda. It is not a job but my way of living. I strongly believe that Yoga and Ayurveda are most natural methods of human healing, truly ancient but tremendously suitable for modern life. Since many years I was looking for something that could unite both religion and science. One year in medical school influenced my strong opinion that conventional medicine does not include the concept of the soul and superficially speaks about the mind. Although, claiming that most of diseases are originating from stress and restlessness of the mind. On the other hand, Yoga and Ayurveda provide indeed amazing conjunction of natural spirituality and ancient knowledge. This ancient knowledge is a living wisdom of Veda that represents a traditional and observation-based science. These aspects make Yoga and Ayurveda truly holistic.
Training, qualifications & experience
I have completed four-year integrated Master’s Degree program in Ayurveda from Middlesex University, and hold full membership of Ayurvedic Practitioners Association (APA UK). My Ayurveda placement were accomplished in two Indian Ayurvedic hospitals in 2013/2014. I have completed Yoga Teacher's training in Sivananda Ashram in India in 2012. At the moment I am studying Jyotish at the International School of Vedic Astrology of Rami (ISVARA).
Consultation - £30/1hr
Private Yoga Class - £50/1hr
As an Ayurvedic practitioner I see the patient as a whole. Therefore, mind, body and soul are always interconnected and are seen as a holistic system with its own properties. Separate elements of this system are considered only in the context of the whole. In the same way, holistic psychology describes human behaviour as having its own properties that are not explicable in terms of the properties of the elements from which it is derived. In my viewpoint, holistic approach is the cornerstone for integrating my Ayurvedic knowledge and experience with studying psychology. I am currently committed to getting MSc in Psychology from Middlesex University. I am a student member of the British Psychological Society.
If you have been diagnosed with or suspect you may have a pre-existing medical condition you should consult your GP for advice, diagnosis and treatment and always inform your health professional before starting any alternative or additional therapies, treatments or making any major changes in your diet or exercise programme.
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