Consultations

During your initial consultation with Jessica, you will be given a complete Ayurvedic assessment to determine your constitution (prakruti) and your current doshic imbalance (vikruti). The first initial consultation is about 1.5 to 2 hours long, it includes pulse diagnosis, tongue observation and a full assessment of your body systems from an Ayurvedic point of view. From this examination you will be given specific recommendations based on the Ayurvedic and Yogic principals, designed to bring you back into balance with your original constitution.

Follow up visits are highly recommended to help you learn and apply the ways in which you can find harmony in your life directly through your environment and the 5 senses. (Taste, Touch, Sound, Sight, Smell).  You will learn how to utilize foods, herbs, aromas, color therapy, yoga, meditation, breathing techniques, cleansing practices, tonifying practices, body therapies, lifestyle habits and routines. The pace and practices will be tailored to each individual patient via their treatment plan.

The focus is centered around the physical body, mental and emotional body, and the spiritual body.  Yoga and Ayurveda are life practices that help to heal and maintain balance in our Chakras and doshas. Therefore providing a stable mind and healthy strong body.

Jessica’s has had over 20 years of practicing Yoga and Ayuveda. She harnesses the wisdom of these life sciences and loves to incorporate them into your healing therapies.

 

~Ayurveda is beneficial for everyone~

Some of the most common dis-eases that Ayurveda can help with:

Digestive: (gas, bloating, constipation, heartburn, acid re flux, diarrhea, nausea, heaviness or sleepiness after eating)

Sleep: (insomnia, restlessness, oversleeping)

Emotional imbalances: (anxiety, worry, overwhelm, anger, irritability, criticleness, lethargy, depression, melancholy)

Skin issues: excema, dermatitis, dandruff, psoriasis, acne, rashes, hives, dry skin, rosecea, candidia, diaper rash, canker sores, cold sores & fungal infections.

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