FAQs

What is Ayurveda?


Ayurveda is Yoga’s sister science. It is at least 5,000 years old and one of South Asia’s longest standing, traditional medical practices. Imagine the powerful combination of both Yoga & Ayurveda to bring health to the mind, body and emotions together. Through Ayurveda, one can learn about their true nature, what helps us, what isn’t great for us, how to stay balanced and healthy, how natural remedies work and much more. In short, Ayurveda gives us tools for taking health into our own hands and understanding the importance of our choices as it relates to digestion, sleep, energy, stress and overall health.




How does this work?


Ayurveda and Yoga though ancient, are still living sciences and have methodical approaches to restoring and sustaining health. Everything offered through these modalities is nature-based as we believe that nature has everything needed for us to be happy and strong.




What if I feel healthy? Can I still book a session?


Absolutely! Even if you feel healthy, you can learn more about how to enhance your health, boost your immunity and receive tips on seasonal cleanses, diet and exercise that’s right for your body type.




Where do I begin?


An Initial consultation is your starting point. This includes a few assessments and dedicated time for us to determine your constitution and then identify your health goals and the best way to incorporate a wellness plan. Click here to book.




How is this different from a group yoga class?


Group yoga classes offer general practices that are good for most people. One-on-one sessions are tailored to meet your specific needs because each session is connected to information received from your consultation. Private wellness sessions include more detailed information and health tips that are relevant for you. Due to the nature of a group class, it is not possible to receive the level of attention that is offered in these sessions.




What can I expect from a wellness plan?


Every wellness plan is customized for what the individual needs, because we are unique. You can expect to receive suggestions on foods, exercise, yoga, breathing, and may include recommendations for therapeutic yoga or Ayurvedic herbs.




I’m currently on prescription medications, can natural remedies still help me?


Yes, of course. You are expected to continue medications prescribed by your Primary Care Physician. As we work together we’ll look at how to adjust your foods, exercise, lifestyle to support your wellness goals. Yoga and Ayurveda have a lot to offer when it comes to many common ailments, some examples include high blood pressure, anxiety, obesity, stress, high cholesterol, thyroid imbalances, digestive issues and diabetes.




How soon can I expect to see results?


It could be after session one, could be after three or more sessions. All of this depends on where you are in terms of meeting your health goals, what we are working on, how often we meet, and how ready you are to incorporate what we discover into your personal & daily life.