The Ayurvedic consultation is divided into three meetings.
The first meeting is mainly focused on an in-depth interview to come to an assessment of the current state of your health and your lifestyle.
In the second meeting, I will lay out and explain a personally tailored program that’s to be followed based on the assessment from the first meeting.
The third meeting is an evaluation of the program after a certain time. We will look at the results obtained so far and possible improvements to be made, so that, once implemented, the program is even more fine-tuned and adapted to your needs.
In order to receive an ayurvedic consultation for the prevention of diseases, general well-being and for optimal sleep, it is necessary that you do not have any kind of illness / diagnosis at the time of consultation. My qualification concerns consultations to improve the quality of life, to prevent disorders, diseases, unsatisfactory sleep, stress. I do not diagnose or prescribe medicines (ayurvedic herbs). For these last two things you are advised to consult an ayurvedic doctor.
Medical herbs have a scientifically proven effect on the human body and some of these herbs can in some cases interact negatively with the body and have harmful effects on our health. Therefore, it is crucial that the ayurvedic consultant has the necessary skills and qualification, which takes years of study, to be able to give a diagnostic consultation.
Consultations for prevention of diseases, general well-being and optimal sleep are focused on the physical, mental, spiritual health of the client and on an individual program and advice on nutrition. You as client must therefore be active motivated to integrate new notions to be put into practice in her/his daily life.
Origins of Ayurveda
Ayurveda is the traditional Indian medical science on the health of the mind, body and spirit, it is the oldest known medical science and it was already practiced in India 4000 years BC.
Ayurveda means “life based on pure knowledge", knowledge that was handed down from God to Brahma and from him to the same sages and seers who produced the system of yoga and meditation. It includes medical herbs, dietetics, surgery, psychology and spirituality.
Ayurveda considers health not only as the absence of physical illnesses, but also as the correct and coordinated functioning of the body, of the emotions, of the mind, together with social and spiritual well-being. Through the symptom we go back to the cause of the imbalance occurred and which is at the origin of the disease.
with Charlotte Bech