Throughout my early yoga years, I often heard the word, “Ayurveda,” considered ‘The sister to Yoga.’ So when learning-opportunities became available, I jumped at the chance to attend.
Over time I gave into many Ayurveda practices that improved my health and sense of well-being immensely, though not without some resistance. Learning to revise how I worked, ate, slept, and lived, in a calmer, more present and conscientious manner didn’t come easy but when practiced, I felt happier and healthier than ever!
Ongoing results encouraged me to dig deeper, taking courses in India with ‘old-school’ practitioners who taught the importance of a less stressful life, eating healthily, emotional resolve, and aligning with nature. The light in their eyes and joy in their hearts encouraged me to give in to more Ayurveda practices, as I ‘wanted what they had.’
With love and respect for these principles, I offer tangible Ayurveda education in private sessions and workshops to those interested. Please contact me for further information.
Studies: My initial love of Ayurveda began with Hari Sharma in 2005,
Dr. Alaknanda Puri, course-study (Haridwar, India. 2008)
Dr. Anil Kumar, (Mysore, India. 2010),
Dr.Shavastri, (Haridwar, India. 2012),
Anjaneya Ayurveda Center, in-depth treatment. (Kerala, India. 2017, 2019).
I continue research and ongoing practices in the U.S.
"When diet is wrong, medicine is of no use. When diet is correct, medicine is of no need."