Ayurvedic medicine sounds interesting but mysterious to most westerners.
You may be wondering - what does an Ayurveda plan look like?
It's a personalized diet and lifestyle plan customized to meet your individual needs and health goals.
We may also make use of herbs from your kitchen and/or Ayurvedic herbs, but these herbs can only be effective if your diet and lifestyle is in line.
Will it require more effort than you currently have?
Ayurveda in Asbury Park is taking the Jersey shore by storm!
Ayurvedic practitioner Kimberly Kubicke founded Indra Holistic Health to be able to extend the reach of Ayurvedic therapy to anywhere in the world. She has been studying and practicing Ayurvedic medicine since 2001 - when Ayurveda treatment revolutionized her own health.
Kimberly had the privilege of studying with Ayurveda doctor Vasant Lad. She graduated from the Ayurvedic Institute in 2013 and went on to study with Dr. Claudia Welch - a doctor of Oriental Medicine and Ayurveda practitioner who specializes in women’s health and hormone issues. She has also studied with Amadea Morningstar - a Western trained nutritionist and Ayurveda practitioner.
Kimberly began sharing Ayurvedic therapy online in 2015.
Here’s an example of an Ayurveda plan:
* Try 10 min of alternate breathing first thing in the morning on an empty stomach
* Only eat when hungry
* You can have 3 meals / day but have them when you feel true hunger coming from your stomach
* Aim to space your meals at least 3 hours apart
* Ideally have your dinner around 5 or 6 pm
* Be sure it’s heavy enough to keep you satisfied, but light enough to not weigh you down
* Favor soups, salad and green vegetables
* Experiment with massaging head & feet with coconut oil about 45 min before bed