How does a Session look like?
In a session, all components of alignment (physical, emotional, energetic) are included. The main focus of my service lies on helping clients to clear all sorts of imprints (or toxins) from their system.
For that, I use different modalities, such as the Expansion-Method, Ayurveda or guided meditation. My choice depends on what is needed at the given moment and on the cause of the imbalance.
I support clients on their journey towards true integrity, by helping them remember their original state of being and re-aligning their lives with that knowing.
(Please note that this is the complementary method in a session and not the main focus.)
Ayurveda is an ancient holistic system, that has emerged in India 3000 years ago. It treats the human as a whole being and aims to balance body, mind and soul. The the word "Ayurveda" comes from Sanskrit and translates to "Knowledge of life". Contrary to western medicine, Ayurveda doesn't merely cure what is sick. The focus lies on harmonizing our internal and external worlds in a way, where health and wellbeing doesn't just mean the absence of disease. Ayurveda helps us to connect to authentic self-love, through teaching us ways of self care that go beyond an occasional bubble bath. The "Mother of Healing Arts" emphasizes the importance of disease prevention through right thinking, diet, lifestyle and the use of herbs which all leads to a balance in ones life.
It would be too much for this website to explain the complete Science of Ayurveda (not that I even could) , but the most important thing to know is, that it works with the three energetic forces of nature. They are called "Doshas" and are the foundational concept of this System.
Vata - is the subtle energy connected to movement — composed of Space and Air.
Pitta - expresses as the body’s metabolic system — made up of Fire and Water.
Kapha - is the energy that forms and holds the body’s structure — formed from Earth and Water.
When the doshas in our body are out of balance, they react each in their own unique way. Each of them is associated with a particular set of health issues and disease tendencies. These imbalances generally caused by unbeneficial diet and lifestyle choices, as well as emotional trauma or stress.
Ayurveda is a practice that we have to integrate over a life time, but the good thing is that the simplest adaptions to our routines can already show great results. When you show up to the basics, every thing else will align naturally.
As an Ayurvedic Health Consultant, I will help you understand your current imbalance and will offer diet and lifestyle suggestions, which aim to bring the dosha(s) back to its natural state.
"The purpose of Ayurveda is to maintain the health of the healthy ones and heal the disease of the sick."
Charaka Sutrasthana, Chapter 30, verse 26