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Ayurveda

Sanskrit Definition: "Science and Life Knowledge"

Ayurveda is a 6000+ year old health system that has stood the test of time due to its relevance, simplicity and foundations in living sustainably and at one with your natural surroundings, as relevant today as it has been since its beginning, this knowledge was once exclusive to Royal families and high order Monks of India.

Ayurveda helps you understand how unique you are with the ability to measure your physical and emotional elemental constitution, this can be determined by pulse readings performed by experienced Ayurvedic Practitioners enabling you to understand what your elemental blue-print was at conception (Prakruti) and how life circumstances have altered your health and how you present today, your current health status (Vikruti). 

 

Certain foods are appropriate for certain elemental makeup know as your dosha, the seasons also play a part, as does the stage of your life and hence Ayurveda gives us the knowledge of how to adjust what we eat and what topical, self-love techniques we can apply together with the medicinal techniques of Ayurveda's "sister science yoga," to counterbalance the everchanging environment internally and externally that often impact our health condition. 

If this sounds like something that resonates and is of interest to you, and you like the idea of addressing your health in a holistic and natural way that is sustainable, affordable and connecting to your surroundings, please reach out, I'm happy to introduce you to this wonderful world of self-understanding and empowering you to become your own health advocate!

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Our Founders Story

"Ayurveda and Yoga find you at a time in your life when you need it the most," Sarah Hodgson

 

With over 20 years of experience in the health field, Sarah has found that this was indeed the case for her. She believes that her determination to keep searching to find complementary, natural alternatives to understand the root cause of her Graves' Disease from Hyperthyroidism, lead her to Ayurveda and Yoga and the combination of both, which enabled her work through her own health challenges with a trauma informed lense, now sharing this insight with others.

Her background in Mental Health Nursing, Nutrition, Personal Training and Yoga, along with an understanding of the neuroscience related to yoga, psychology, somatic therapy, counselling and embodiment, Sarah has the ability to look at the whole you and work towards a plan that suits you in the here and the now in a way that is adaptable and maintainable for your future health goals.

She looks forward to helping you when the time is right!

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