ayurvedic consultations

What is Ayurveda?
Ayurveda is the art of daily living in harmony with the laws of nature. It is an ancient natural wisdom of health and healing, and literally translates to ‘the science of life’. Both prevention and healing are carried out by entirely natural means.
Ayurveda understands that everyone is unique and has different needs and encompasses diet and nutrition, lifestyle, exercise, rest and relaxation, meditation, breathing exercises and medicinal herbs, along with cleansing and rejuvenation programs for healing body, mind and spirit, all of which are thus tailored to each individual.

 

What is special about Ayurveda

  • It respects the uniqueness of the individual.
  • It considers all levels of the individual – Body, mind and spirit.
  • It offers natural ways of treating diseases and promoting health.
  • It emphasizes prevention.
  • It empowers everyone to take responsibility for their own well-being.
  • It works!

Ayurvedic Consultations

Most westerners are familiar with visiting a healthcare provider when they feel ill. The provider diagnoses the sickness and determines which pathogens, such as bacteria or virus, caused it. The treatment is then geared toward selecting a technique to battle those pathogens. The same medicines, procedures, and doses are often used for multiple people battling the same illness.
An Ayurvedic diagnosis, and subsequent treatments, differ from this Western process in that the diagnosis is made not only on the disease level, but also on the patient level. The consultation helps the Ayurvedic practitioner not only diagnose any disorders, but individualize or tailor treatments for each patient.
To make a diagnosis, Ayurvedic practitioners combine disease analysis with deep examination of each individual. So instead of focusing on a treatment or medicine to heal the illness, the Ayurvedic practitioner concentrates on the techniques that will strengthen the healthy elements inherent in every body, which will in turn help the individual to recover. Treatments and medicines are a vital part of this process, but act only to support the body’s self-reparation, rather than cause it.

Ayurveda is a preventative science, so you do not have to wait until you get sick to have an ayurvedic consultation, prevention is better than cure. Bhagavatamita will help guide you on your journey towards health and happiness, an adventure where you can turn over a new leaf and attain an amazing sense of well-being and mental harmony.

Ayurvedic Consultation

60 - 90 min
£ 60
  • Personalized
  • Ayurvedic Herbs Available

Follow Up Consultation

30 min
£ 30
  • Diet Adjustments
  • Continued Guidance

Consultation at your home

£ +10
  • Mobile Therapies
  • Relax at Home Following Session

What can I expect in the consul- tation?

Bhagavatamrita offers a range of both Ayurvedic herbs and products and you will have the option to purchase them following your consultation.  Ayurvedic herbs restore wellness to your whole system by treating the underlying causes of imbalance while alleviating perceivable symptoms. Ayurvedic herbs are traditionally used to support, cleanse, or balance the systems, tissues, or organs and maintain life-long health. 

An initial consultation takes between 60 – 90 minutes and will cover all aspects of your life. Be prepared to talk about yourself, including questions about daily diet, profession and working conditions, exercise routines, relationships, and mental health. This thorough intake process helps Bhagavatamrita identify key symptoms and potential causes of imbalance and determine suitable treatment options.

Follow Up Consultations
Generally, a month after your initial consultation, it is recommended to go to a follow up consultation to continue fine tuning your diet and body. As with achieving all goals in life, creating a regular practice is of highest importance. To reap the full effects of your initial consultation, Bhagavatamrita will continue to accompany you along the path of healing, accompanying you through each step of the ayurvedic healing process.