Ayurvedic wellbeing

A consultation is an assessment of your current health (physical, mental, emotional) and past medical history. The aim is to find balance and develop awareness and connection to our true individual needs.

From here we create a plan for a daily routine, yoga, breathing exercises, abhyanga (self-massage). In the consultation we look at nutrition with individualised diet advice, and, if needed, herbal, flower essences and supplements recommendations. I draw on my experience as an Ayurvedic practitioner, Yoga instructor, aromatherapist, massage therapist, and flower essence practitioner as well as Western herbs and healing.

The aim is to find balance and health in your current environment. Usually, there is a follow-up 3-4 weeks later. Everyone is unique and we will draw a treatment plan from there. It may be a continuous assessment after each visit or every season. Massage and/or pelvic steam may also be prescribed. Some people find the Ayurvedic lifestyle very accessible and integrative and only visit when they sense an imbalance.


Ayurvedic consultations


Individual consultations

A consultation is all about you.

If you have a specific health concern or simply want to learn about ayurveda and holistic wellbeing this is your session.

It is also a great way to create the perfect treatment plan to establish balance for you.

Allow 60 minutes £60


Journey to motherhood

An individual consultation where we can dive deep into your current health issues and past medical history is a perfect way to create your unique treatment plan to support you on the journey to motherhood. From fertility, pregnancy and postpartum recovery. And even menstrual health.

Allow 60 minutes £60

Please visit this page to learn all about pelvic and vaginal steam.


Womb Wellness + menstruation consultations

A coaching session where you learn how to utilise the power of the different seasons of your cycle. It can involve lifestyle changes, diet, daily self-care practices.

If needed I prescribe herbs, yoga practices, breathing or meditative techniques.

The treatment plan can also include abdominal and sacral (lower back) aromatherapy massage to help digestion, circulation,  personalised essential oil blends and pelvic steams.

The consultation is a gateway to honouring your cyclic nature and how to work with it rather than ignore or disconnect from it.

We look at the monthly rhythms from a Western as well as an Ayurvedic view making it completely relevant to you personally.

Allow 60 minutes £60


Ayurveda

What is it?

 

 

 

 

 

Ayurveda and Yoga are both complete customised and practical systems of healing.

Complete in the sense that there are techniques and acknowledgement that our wellbeing is not only physical but also emotional, mental and spiritual. Ayurveda and Yoga offer techniques that support our body-mind connection.

The Ayurvedic approach is customised and individual. We are all unique with our own constitution. What may be healing for one person may be the cause of discomfort for someone else. Our age, where we live, the seasons and the stresses we go through are individual to us and so the Ayurvedic advice will be specific for that time, place and person.

Both Ayurveda and Yoga offer practical tools of healing and transformation. Both philosophies aim for us to feel well and balanced in all aspects of our being. Yoga teaches us asana (postures), pranayama (breathing), meditation and has a very spiritual approach. Ayurveda is a complete holistic perspective on health. It is a way of life that can easily be incorporated into our current lifestyle. It includes morning routines such as abhyanga (oil massage), yoga, how and when we eat and drink. The food and drink choices we make. How we choose to work, move and interact with what we watch on tv and read. Specific herbs and practises may be prescribed, recommended diets and routines will be suggested for the individual. It seems that the now popular mindfulness approach is in fact very Ayurvedic.

Ayurveda is the science of Life – Ayus means life and Veda is knowledge.

 

FAQ

What happens during?

 

 

 

 

 

Do I need to prepare?

The consultation is all about you. I am asking questions to get to understand you better – from an ayurvedic point of view. Both the present moment and your current complaints. But also your constitution and your medical/health history.

It can be useful to bring a list of medications you are currently taking. Make a mental note of what you generally eat and your general habits.

How will it help me?

From the first consultation, you will learn how to implement daily routines or changes, potentially through diet or lifestyle. We might look at herbs to take as food or supplements. Or look at long-term support such as pelvic steams, meditations, massage etc.

Any extra expenses?

I offer self-care practices and diet/herbal support. This can be a small investment such as getting some extra spices for your cooking. It can also be suggestions of herbal remedies, flower essences or further treatments.

 

 

Venue + booking information

To book: please email me at info@yogaembodied.com

Venue: Laroma Therapies, 15 Buckingham Road, BN11 1TH Worthing, West Sussex

T&C: Please note that there is a strict 24 hours cancellation notice for all bookings. Full fee has to be paid if a cancellation or change is made within this time. To cancel or change confirm by emailing info@yogaembodied.com.

Always ask your health care providers consent and inform me of any medical conditions, surgeries or medications.

Consultations can take place online if you cannot join me in Worthing