In Sanskrit, 'Arogya' means health and 'Veda' is a study. 'ArogyaVeda' translates to study of health. I strongly believe that our health and well being is in our hands. By being conscious of what we eat, how we eat and incorporating a few micro habits into our daily life, one can be en-route to sustained well being in a short period of time.
All individuals have one (or a combination) of the three-body constitutions namely Vata, Pitta or Kapha. The first step in our journey to well being is to understand your constitution or makeup. Upon understanding your constitution, a tailored diet and lifestyle changes will be recommended to include, moderate or exclude certain types of foods or ingredients. This alone will put you on the right path.
Yoga helps condition your body for proper nourishment that Ayurveda can help enrich. Done together, this combination can significantly enhance your ability to get well and sustain results for a long period of time.
With over 15 years of experience in yoga and five years as an Ayurveda Practitioner, I am passionate about multi-disciplinary holistic healing. NAMA is National Ayurvedic Medical Association in the United States and I am board certified as both a Wellness Counselor and a Practitioner with them. I have been volunteering and coaching Yoga students and practitioners at various venues in Ann Arbor.
I am also a trained Kuchipudi and Bharatanatyam ( Indian classical dance forms) Dancer. Art has taught me a lot of self discipline and I incorporate a lot of things I've learned from Ayurveda and Yoga in my dance.
I believe that you subscribe to our notion of wellness and would take the first step to your well being - Contact me at (734)-436-1401 or drop me a note and let's discuss your thoughts.