Ayurveda, (“Ayur” = Life, “ Veda” = Science/knowledge) is the Hindu science of life, which recognizes human beings as a part of nature. The oldest healing system in the World and only one that takes into consideration ones’ body, mind & spirit in a balanced state and also creates a healthy lifestyle. 

It is the sister science of Yoga. Ayurveda is the healing side of Yoga and Yoga the spiritual side of Ayurveda.
Knowing your Individual Ayurvedic primal nature, (prakriti) is the foundation from which living a more balanced and healthy life is built around. 
Ayurveda incorporates individual dietary and lifestyle knowledge to allow us to understanding and incorporate the changes needed to provide more balance for our mind, body and spirit. 
In a Session with Justin you will receive your individual Ayurvedic constitution, (Prakriti) and your current health situation, (Vikruiti). With this knowledge he will advise how to most effectively harmonise and balance your life in a practical way using specific dietary and lifestyle information.
Lifestyle assessment & coaching (diet, sleep, work, exercise, etc,.) is provided that incorporates Yoga practice guidance and mentoring, (Asana, Pranayama, Mantra and Meditation)
Uncover your unique Ayurvedic Constitution, (Dosha) and also understand both the physical and mental characteristics of the Doshas. Ayurveda emphasises self knowledge leading to self healing .
Having this assessment will provide all of the following;
  • Discovering and Understanding our biological and mental constitution, (Prakriti) and also current situation, (Vikruiti)
  • how we can apply the information Practically and easily into our daily lives, via Individual Lifestyle and Dietry advice
  • What are the Doshas, (Vata, Pitta and Kapha)
  • How do these show themselves in our physical and mental characteristics – self knowledge leads to self healing
  • What are the Gunas, (Sattva, Rajas and Tamas) and how to understand their characteristics
  • Understanding Prana, Tejas and Ojas, (the subtle counterparts of the Doshas)
  • Physical locations of the Doshas and primary sites related to disease
  • How different dis-ease relates to our Doshas
  • How various yoga asana postures relate to the Doshas,
  • How we can balance our lives better and more intelligently using right diet, lifestyle, (including what types of Yoga, pranayama and Meditation…as well as other lifestyle changes)

  • Applying your Ayurvedic knowledge practically in relationships.

  • Outside and inside influences that effect the balance of our individual constitution. (Times of our life, times of day, year and also seasons and how they relate to our Doshas)
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