BSc Honours (First class) Ayurveda, PG Dip Ayurvedic Medicine: Middlesex University.
Clinical training: Ayurvedic hospitals in Belgaum & Hassan, Karnataka & specialist training in pulse reading at Ayushakti clinic in Mumbai.
I have been practicing as an Amnanda therapist since 2010. Since autumn 2014 I have been training other practitioners in the Amnanda Process.
Full member of the Ayurvedic Practitioners Association
I am also a certified Feeding Your Demons Facilitator.
I am particularly interested in using treatments, diet & lifestyle advice and Ayurvedic counselling to work with mental & emotional imbalances such as anxiety, grief, stress etc.
The Amnanda process is a series of twelve full body treatments using special oils prepared with mantras. In Amnanda, the oil is the vehicle for transformational change and the treatments are just stages in a process which unfolds over the course of a year.
The oil removes crystalline structures from connective tissue at the cellular level. These crystalline structures are the accumulated results from hurtful experiences, which have been stored in the body , causing us to look and feel older.
Amnanda rejuvenates the body, making you look and feel younger as it brings more harmony, energy and joy into your life. This clearing process will also tend to bring greater clarity about your direction in life.
Feeding Your Demons is a Buddhist psychotherapeutic practice which can be used with physical or emotional issues (anger, anxiety etc.) It can also be used to work with addictions and relationship problems.
"The foundation and backbone of my practice is twenty five years practice of meditation. Why is this so important? Because the ability to listen, sometimes to hear behind the words, to focus in on the pulse - these are the tools I work with."
Please note the rates detailed below are there to give you an idea of the therapists standard rates, we strongly advise you contact the therapist for more detailed rates and any offers they may have.
|Ayurveda||In Person||£45 per 60 minutes|