What is Ayurveda and how can it help you?

Ayurvedic treatment focuses on:
– Nutrition
– Herbal medicine
– Lifestyle
– Therapeutic massage

Ayurveda is a traditional medicinal system, dating back at least 7,000 years. It remains a common practice in the East and, over time, has integrated into other health systems. Many articles on holistic health and complementary medicine will originate from Ayurvedic philosophy such as the use of herbs in food and teas, medicated oils for aches and pains and daily routines that promote well-being.

“When diet is wrong, medicine is of no use; when diet is correct, medicine is of no need”
In gaining an understanding of your individual constitution and digestion, many conditions can be effectively treated and good health maintained.

My Approach

The idea of life being a journey couldn’t be any more true the more I learn about Ayurveda through personal experience. On the Veda Health site you can expect to read blogs and articles, everyday recipes and learn about practices we can all adopt to ensure prevention of disease and maintenance of good health. Every body is unique in that it responds differently to its experiences and so in gaining a deeper understanding of our dosha and imbalances helps us to establish and prevent ill health, maintain a state of balance and ultimately preserve life.

Honest Results

According to the Ayurvedic texts, good health is not only a physical state but is about achieving a state of physical, mental and spiritual balance that is disease-free and in which you can enjoy happiness and fulfillment.

Ayurveda Can Help With

Eating disorders
Fertility issues
Indigestion or gastro-reflux
IBS or bloating
Painful or irregular periods
Skin conditions
Tiredness and lack of energy
Weight gain

Does your diet suit your Dosha?

I am Here to Help Guide Y0u

Over the last 18 months that I have been practising Ayurveda it has become highly apparent how much people like to talk about their diet and how easy it is to engage in conversations about what we eat. The issue is that, for each of us ‘diet’ means something slightly different and due to articles in the media the idea that a diet, rather than nutritional intake, is increasingly embedded in the subconscious as a restriction. There will always be those lifelong dieters who, unfortunately, will see nutrition as a struggle and have come to believe that they will never be able to relax about what they eat and drink and I fear that the more we read read about generic diets the more problematic this issue will become.


What My Clients Say

“My shoulders are definitely better today, thanks a lot for the massage yesterday, it was heavenly!”


“Oh my God Mel. You are awesome. I had a fantastic night’s sleep. I went to bed with my head feeling too heavy for my body and then this morning no neck ache. I have full movement of my neck again. Hope it lasts. Thank you again xxx”


Frequently Asked Questions

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Is Ayurveda a diet?

In a word, no. Ayurveda is not a diet, it is a way of life. Food being part of our lifestyle naturally becomes part of Ayurvedic treatment. Often, poor nutrition is the culprit of disease (second to stress). You should expect this to form a major part of a consultation and to receive detailed advice as to what to favour and avoid, as well as how to prepare and cook certain foods.

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How does Ayurveda work?

The way in which Ayurvedic treatment works is by looking holistically at the patient as well as the symptoms of the condition. The Ayurvedic consultation involves spending time talking with the patient to find out the nature of the issue before offering dietary and lifestyle advice and prescribing certain herbs to take.

Should I keep my Dosha in balance

In very general terms Ayurveda suggests that we keep our Dosha in balance by considering the qualities of the food we eat and using nutrition to restore balance by not aggravating the dominant Dosha.

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I offer a free 30 minute consultation to discuss how incorporating a Ayurvedic practice into your life can being positive results. 

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