The name “Ayurveda” is derived from two words in Sanskrit, “ayuh” meaning “life” or “longevity” and “veda” meaning “science” or “sacred knowledge.” Ayurveda’s definition therefore roughly translates as “the science of longevity” or “the sacred knowledge of life.”


Ayurveda is a 5,000-year-old system of natural healing that’s truly stood the test of time. First originating in the Vedic culture of India, it’s actually considered by many to be the oldest healing science there is. It’s the sister science of yoga, focused on balancing the mind and body for radiant health.


The primary goal of Ayurvedic medicine is to help people live long, healthy and balanced lives without the need for prescription drugs, complicated surgeries or suffering through painful conditions. In fact, the very word Ayurveda itself means something in Sanskrit similar to “lifespan build on knowledge” or “science of life.”


At its root, Ayurveda is a holistic tradition and way of living that can help each of us to claim and celebrate our capacity for wellness. Ayurveda can help us:


  • Sync up with our truest inner nature


  • Honor and develop our strengths


  • Hone in on our challenge areas


  • Redirect detrimental tendencies


  • Maintain balance in the face of adversity



By honoring that we are each unique individuals, Ayurveda focuses on disease prevention through proper diet and lifestyle based on our unique constitution.



Ayurvedic practitioners guide the individual to use stress relief techniques, lifestyle changes, well-balanced healthy diet and various herbal remedies to heal all sorts of conditions by helping to bring the body back into balance. The overall belief is that disease and suffering results from an imbalance in the three doshas, which are ways of categorizing the body’s three basic energy types: Vata, Pitta and Kapha.



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If you are looking to find balance within yourself through diet, lifestyle and herbal supplements, this is the place for you.

The Ayurvedic Consultation consists in a  60 minute session that will allow time to discuss your current diet and imbalances and the possible changes you are willing to make. We will also discover a blended herbal formula, teas and other supplements that you may need for your current health concerns.
You will also receive tips for common spices to introduce in your daily meals and you will learn how to make simple changes to adjust imbalances that might arise in your body from day to day. 

As with all consultations, this also includes continuous open communication with the counselor for any questions that may arise.



  • (3) 60 MIN sessions

  • Detailed intake of current healthcare concerns and goal, past medical history, current diet and daily routine (before the interview)

  • Individual BODY TYPE (dosha) assessment (Vata, Pitta, Kapha)

  •  Diet and nutrition information

  • Suggestion of herbal supplements 

  • Recommendation of oil for self-massage

  • Gentle cleansing and detoxification recommendations

  • Recommend lifestyle to establish daily routine to find mind-body-spirit balance

  • Advice exercise, meditation, and Pranayama breathing practice




***Sara is not a Medical Doctor and cannot replace the care of one. She does not diagnose or make any claim to cure.***