Personal. Practical. In-depth. 

Diet and Lifestyle Counseling in the tradition of Ayurveda

Happy Life Ayurveda

What is Ayurveda?

Ayurveda is a healing art that originated in ancient India. Its sole purpose is to align you with your True Nature—the healthy, happy, fulfilled, and energetic expression that is available to us all when our health is aligned with the rhythms of the day, season, time of life, diet and activities. Ayurveda strives to treat the whole person: mind, body, senses, and soul.

What is Diet and Lifestyle Counseling?

Diet and lifestyle counseling is an intimate, friendly, and in-depth sit-down where we discuss current concerns; desired outcomes; past and current health and activity patterns; and family, social, and medical history. Together we come up with a plan that fits in with the your life.

As my teachers have told me, “slowly, slowly.” For some, one suggestion will be enough, while others might need 4 or 5. Each consultation is completely tailored to your needs.

What can I expect?

Diet and lifestyle counseling typically gets into all the nitty grittys of your life–to the extent that you’re willing to share. Through that process, we can observe what in your life might be inhibiting your wellbeing.

Through either 120 min or 90 min consultations, we develop a plan of daily activity, diet, and lifestyle changes to adopt. With follow-ups we assess what’s working and what’s not and adjust accordingly. The goal is to bring you peace, wellbeing and…a Happy Life!

What Can Ayurveda Do for Me?

Do you have trouble sleeping or staying asleep? 

Do you have low energy?

Do you feel depressed, lethargic, or heavy?

Is your mind over-active?

Are you having poor or irregular elimination?

Do you have back or joint pain? 

Are you irritable or anxious?

Ayurveda can help with this and so much more!

 Sadashiva trained at the Kripalu School of Ayurveda.  He completed his 650 hour Ayurvedic Health Counselor (AHC) training in 2016.  
Sada has been studying with Shambhavi Sarasvati since the summer of 2010 in the traditions of Kashmir Shaivism and the teachings of Anandamayi Ma. Though he’s not a teacher of these traditions, the views and practices are the ground upon which he walks. Sada completed yoga teacher training with Diane Wilson in 2009 in the tradition of Sivananda Yoga.


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