Ayurvedic Consultation

Finding balance through a natural, holistic, personalized approach to healing.

Health according to Ayurveda is defined as having a balance of the 3 dosas (Vata, Pitta, and Kapha) the substances present in the body to maintain life, a well-balanced digestive system, well maintained bodily tissues, a well functioning excretory system, an awakened consciousness which has the ability to control the mind and satisfy the senses. All these are essential in maintaining stability in the mind, body, and spirit so that one can be truly healthy.








In harmony with nature

It’s all about balance…

Finding the imbalanced Dosha

According to Ayurveda, we are made up of substances that sustain and maintain life. These substances are the three doshas vata, pitta, and kapha. 

Doshas are highly volatile, it can increase or decrease and react with each other inside the body. These changes together with other factors can present the signs and symptoms of an imbalance.

Satisfaction of the six tastes

The Ayurvedic approach with nutrition puts emphasis on the satisfaction of the six taste. Sweet, sour, salty, bitter, pungent and astringent. In today’s modern living, we are constantly introduced to the first three taste of sweet, sour and salty; the culprit of constant cravings and food addiction. In order to balance our palate and get satisfaction from the food we eat it is vital to include all the six taste in our diet.

Balancing the Agni

Balancing the agni or digestive fire is the starting focus of Ayurvedic treatments. Ayurveda believes that for the body to heal, it must have a healthy gut. If the body can digest properly, nourishing each tissue, and is effectively eliminating waste products then it can heal by its strengthened immunity.

Maintaining the Dhatu

Dhatu or bodily tissues must be well maintained, any imbalance or obstruction may show simple signs and symptoms that if left untreated could progress into a more serious problem.

Eliminating Ama

A good elimination is paramount to health. When digestion is compromised and channels are blocked ama or toxins can easily build up. Ama pachana is the process of eliminating toxins out of the body.

“ Ayurveda is not just about nutrition or herbology, it has a unique tool for diagnosis, diagnosis of understanding the human constitution is different from person to person. Each one has a unique metabolic system.”

– Maya Tiwari

“ Using Ayurveda and an open heart, we have the ability to ease someone's suffering.”

– Dr. Deepika Rodrigo

“ Because we cannot scrub our inner body we need to learn a few skills to help cleanse our tissues, organs, and mind. This is the art of Ayurveda.”

– Sebastian Pole



What health issues can Ayurveda help?

According to Ayurveda all diseases starts from impaired digestion, this is because disease happens and can progress easily when the gut is impaired. Therefore maintaining a healthy gut is paramount to health. Some examples of health issues that Ayurveda can help are Acne, Eczema & Psoriasis, Osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Gout, Asthma, Fibromyalgia & CFS, Digestive Issues, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Autoimmune disorders, Sciatica, Diabetes, Blood Pressure, Anxiety, Stress, Menopause, Menstrual disorders, Infertility, Lack of sleep, Obesity, And many more…


What happens during a consultation?

The consultation is done online, via Skype or Facetime. During the consultation, you will be asked a series of questions relating to your health and overall lifestyle. An assessment of your health will be carried out, determining any imbalance in your dosha, obstructions in the srotas (channels), and the presence of ama (toxin) in the body. Recommendations for treatment will be given at the end.


What are the treatments offered?

In the Ayurvedic approach, medicine can be the food we eat, preparation of certain powdered herbs, oils, and a decoction of extracts from plants with specific quality that can help eliminate toxins and pacify the imbalance in the body.

External treatments include Abhyanga massage, Shirodhara, and application of herbal pastes and poultices.


How do I get the medicines?

Some medicines are remedies you can make yourself at home. Other Ayurvedic herbal powders and oils can be purchased and will be sent to you by post.


How much does it cost and how do I make the payment?

There is a FREE 30-minute consultation available. 1-hour consultation costs £40.00. Different charges apply to the cost of herbal oils and supplements. You will receive an invoice after your consultation. Mode of payments available are direct bank transfer, PayPal, credit, and debit cards are also accepted via stripe payment.

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