For many, embarking on a journey of Ayurvedic healing can feel a bit mysterious.
You may be wondering - what is an Ayurveda plan like?
It’s generally a customized diet and lifestyle plan tailored to the uniqueness of you!
We may also incorporate herbs from your kitchen and/or Ayurvedic herbs, but herbs can only do so much. It’s crucial that diet and lifestyle are dialed in for the herbs to be effective.
Will it take more time and effort than I have?
No! That’s a big part of why an Ayurveda program is so personalized.
An Ayurveda plan meets you where you’re at.
At first Ayurvedic medicine may seem daunting, but it quickly becomes intuitive.
As the traditional medicine of India and the oldest system of healing in the world, Ayurvedic medicine is folk medicine at its core. This means it is meant to be practiced by everyday folks. While there are many aspects of Ayurveda that are advanced and require intense study to grasp, there are even more aspects of Ayurveda that are very accessible and easy to learn.
You don’t need to be an Ayurvedic specialist to understand your body type or tune into your body’s subtle cues. The Ayurvedic coaching we offer supports you in developing a deeper understanding of your unique body and how to best support it.
Kimberly currently studies the classical texts of Ayurvedic medicine with Ayurveda Doctor Ramdas of Vaidyagrama - an Ayurvedic healing eco-village in Southern India renowned for its Ayurveda treatment.
Kimberly is a registered Ayurvedic Practitioner with the National Ayurvedic Medical Association and a registered Ayurvedic Food and Nutrition Consultant with the Association of Ayurvedic Professionals of North America. She has been working with clients since 2013 to harness their body’s potential to thrive using the oldest system of healing in the world - Ayurvedic medicine.
Ayurvedic therapy uses diet, lifestyle and sometimes herbs to move you toward your health goals.
You may be thinking - ok, sounds good but what does an Ayurveda plan actually look like?
Here’s an example:
*Enjoy hot water in the morning with lemon or honey
*Experiment with 10 min of alternate nostril breathing on an empty stomach first thing in the morning.
*Make lunch your biggest meal
*Avoid wheat, dairy and sugar - if you are going to have it, have it at midday
*Garnish your food with lemon and black pepper
Since Ayurvedic medicine in NJ is still fairly new in the US, your Google searches for things like “Ayurvedic center near me” may turn up empty.
That’s why Indra Holistic Health has made the effort to bring all of our services online. Experience the benefits of Ayurvedic healing from the comfort of your own home.
Kimberly has been seeing clients online since 2015. We have refined our system for meeting with clients online so that it’s as fruitful as in person Ayurveda consult.
We are also able to refer our clients to professionals in their area who are able to offer full body Ayurvedic treatments when needed.
Ayurveda is personalized medicine at its finest. This begins with finding the right Ayurveda practitioner for you. In doing so, you may want to consider the following questions:
What’s their education like?
Find out where they trained to be able to practice Ayuredic medicine. Ask how many hours their course of study was and whether their studies included clinical practice.
The National Ayurvedic Medical Association sets the following minimum standards to be able to practice Ayurveda:
*600 hours of study
*50 hours of supervised client encounters
Ask whether they have any additional certifications or specialized training that might relate to the health concerns you have.
Are you ready to improve your health with Ayurvedic medicine?
We’d love to serve you!
Choose the Ayurveda program that fits your needs best.
Our offerings include…
9-day online guided cleanse
Flush out toxins.
Boost your immunity.
Improve your digestion.
Shed excess weight.
Integrate healthy habits.
Give your body, mind and spirit a complete refresh!
This is not like any other cleanse you’ve done. You can eat as much as you’re hungry for - what?! - so you won’t feel depleted or starving.