Harmonizing with Nature
Yoga's Sister Science
The Sanskrit term Ayurveda means Knowledge of Life. It is one of the oldest health and wellbeing systems which evolved in the Indian subcontinent over 5000 years ago. The aim of Ayurvedic wisdom and health science is to preserve and protect the health of the healthy, heal the diseased and to promote human happiness and spiritual growth.
Ayurveda incorporates knowledge of the functional principles, known as Doshas, relating to the physiology and psychology. It looks at individual constitutions and treats on an individual basis since imbalance and disease manifest differently in different people. It is more than symptom management in that it addresses the root cause of disease, focussing on breaking the disease process and preventing it in future by re-establishing equilibrium through dietary and lifestyle modifications alongside mind-body healing therapies.
Ayurvedic wholistic perspectives could offer unique insights and comprehensive cost effective health management approaches within the current and emerging healthcare paradigm, especially in the areas of digestive health and preventable metabolic and autoimmune conditions, chronic diseases, pain management and help in understanding and navigating the many choices that affect our health and wellbeing.
Hi, my name is Mamta.
I am an Ayurveda Practitioner.
I graduated from the University of Toronto with a Bachelor of Science, in Pharmacology and Toxicology, following which I have worked in medical sales, clinical research and as a research assistant at the Rotman Research Institute, Baycrest.
My natural curiosity of the yogic sciences and desire for personal development led me to train in Hatha and Kundalini yoga. I have instructed private yoga classes and classes for seniors at Baycrest.
Imbued with my Indian heritage and upbringing within a culture incorporating food, lifestyle, and spirituality for health and healing, I further delved into my roots through the study of Ayurveda, earning a Postgraduate Diploma in Professional Practice in Ayurvedic Herbal Medicine at Middlesex University, London, UK.
I envision a collaborative and integrative approach, leveraging the best of conventional and traditional medicine systems in creating a wholistic patient-focussed health and wellness program. It gives me great satisfaction in helping people achieve optimum wellbeing through harmoniously integrating their health-care with all aspects of their lives.
“The doctor of the future will give no medication, but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, diet and in the cause and prevention of disease.”
During consultations, your prakruti (fundamental state of balance) and your vikruti (current imbalance) will be assessed though Ayurvedic diagnostic methods, such as pulse, tongue and general examination, as well as inquiry into diet, dietary habits and lifestyle.
Ayurvedic approach focusses on food as medicine, curating a harmonized lifestyle, personalized herbal protocol, body therapies, yoga asanas, breath work and meditation.
Ayurveda is not about implementing drastic changes for instantaneous results, although you could experience immediate benefits as you begin to consciously adopt the therapeutic recommendations.
Periodic follow-up sessions is recommended to evaluate and support your progress and to make any necessary adjustments to your management plan.
In this way you can gently and proactively integrate Ayurvedic recommendations into your daily routine whilst cultivating self-understanding and spiritual awareness (your inner voice) for guidance in harmonizing all aspects of your life.
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