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  • Lynne Pike

Introducing Ayurveda

Updated: Apr 18

What is Ayurveda?

Ayurveda is the oldest form of practiced medicine in the world, indigenous to India. Translated as “the Science of Life + Longevity,” Ayurveda connects your body, mind, senses, and soulcreating balance and longevity.

How can Ayurveda help me?

Restore Your Equilibrium through Ayurveda. Ayurveda medicine can help you create a sustainable lifestyle. Balance your mental and emotional well-being while resolving health concerns like: chronic illness + disease, digestive upset, energy depletion, stress, burnout, and sleep issues.

What do 1:1 Ayurveda Health Counseling Sessions look like?

Ayurveda Health Counseling Sessions utilize the principles of Ayurveda to help you to restore your health, find the healing you’ve been in search of, and decrease stress. Focus is on digestion, sleep, and energy—the three pillars of health. Discussions are guided by the principles of Ayurveda to address the root cause of your imbalances, work to restore balance, and increase longevity and overall well-being.

Are you a Life-Coach?

No, I am an Ayurveda Medical Professional. Ayurveda is a form of practiced medicine that incorporates all aspects of your whole being—your mind, body, emotions, and soul. Ayurveda is a medical science that specifically addresses ailments within your body and your mind due to the qualities of your food, each season, your emotions, and your habits.

Is Ayurveda a diet?

Ayurveda is not a diet. Ayurveda is thousands of years old and rooted in wholeness as opposed to isolation, separation, or food restriction. Ayurveda offers guidance on how to eat seasonally and how to utilize food as medicine in order to reduce illness and chronic disease.

Is Ayurveda a quick-fix?

Vitality is achieved through sustainable lifestyle choices, not a bandaid. Because Ayurveda addresses the root cause of your ailments—not merely its symptoms—Ayurveda is the path to lasting health, sustained longevity, and quality of life.


Live alongside Nature — Reduce Stress — Restore Your Equilibrium

Warmly, Lynne Pike


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