An Ayurvedic Consultation is a thorough evaluation of your body’s overall health – your health history, the tendency for recurrent sickness and your lifestyle. Our Ayurvedic Practitioners will use Ayurvedic techniques such as pulse diagnosis, a tongue/eye exam, body composition analysis , lifestyle and diet analysis . The results of the assessment will help to determine the best preventive and corrective course of action to take, based on the principles of Ayurveda.
Possible recommendations to improve your health and restore balance in your body can include, but are not limited to changes in diet, adopting an exercise/yoga program, the use of herbs, and various therapeutic Ayurveda treatments. We will also suggest ayurvedic therapies and a yoga exercise plan to suit your body type. In the follow-up consultation, progress is monitored to assure that set goals will deliver lasting results.
Initial Consultation 1hr: $120 / Members – $100
Follow-up Consultation 30 to 45 mins: $60 / Members – $50
Ayurvedic Practitioner is a Ayurveda Specialist with a degree of BAMS or Masters in Ayurveda or Certified Ayurveda Wellness Counselor. They are not a Medical Doctor.
Clients availing our services acknowledge the fact that AyurvaWellness offers only general ayurvedic wellness therapies and even though it is reported to be beneficial for alleviating a number of disease conditions, our consultations, recommendations and therapies are not for the purpose of diagnosing or treating any illness.
AyurvaWellness does not claim that our therapies will cure or diminish any specific disease and our therapies are not a replacement for medical care provided by a licensed primary care physician. Clients may continue to seek the advice of their primary care doctor and any specialists they have consulted and should not modify or suspend their medical treatment unless advised by their medical doctors. The Ayurvedic professionals providing the Ayurveda consultation and therapies in AyurvaWellness Centers do not assume responsibility for treating any of the health problems of the clients and that responsibility rests solely with their primary care physician.