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Ayurveda

About Ayurveda

Ayurveda is an ancient traditional medicine of India and the oldest surviving system of health care in the world. A system of both preventative and curative medicine, it has been practiced for at least 5000 years and perhaps more than that. Ayurveda understands that each person is unique and as a result, each person’s path toward optimal health is unique. Ayurveda helps individuals to know what types of food, colors, aromas, sounds and touch will create a state of balance and harmony in the body and mind. Ayurveda defines physiology in terms of three forces called doshas. The three doshas are vata, pitta and kapha. Vata governs physiology of motion in the body, Pitta governs the physiology of metabolism and Kapha governs the physiology of structure. Each person has all three doshas in certain combination and also termed as “Prakruti”. These doshas fluctuate in accordance with how we live, eat and think and can create imbalance called “Vikruti”. The goal of Ayurveda is to restore all these physiological forces by understanding proper diet, lifestyle choices, therapies and herbs etc. Ayurveda is one of the most advanced herbal sciences in the world. Herbal medicine plays an important role in Ayurveda. Other tools often used include: Yoga, Meditation, Pranayama, Marma Therapy, Color and Sound Therapy Panchkarma (Cleansing program) and Counseling.

One of the reasons that Ayurveda still inspires me to this day is its broad definition of Health, which is:

“Samadosha samaagnischa samadhatumala kriyaha Prasanna atmenindriya manaha swasthya ityabhidheeva”

It defines a healthy person as someone whose doshas are all in equilibrium, the digestive fire (Agni) is in a balanced state, in addition to body’s tissues and waste products being in balance. The quote states that the mind, sense organs, the person’s soul must be also in a pleasant state. When person is balanced in all of those areas, he or she is considered healthy by Ayurvedic standards.

We provide following Ayurvedic Services-

(A) Ayurveda Consultation Packages

Silver Package ($125) (online)

  • 60-min initial consultation
  • Prakruti Assessment (Body Constitution)
  • Vikruti Assessment (Imbalances)
  • Guidance on Diet and Lifestyle
  • Spices and Herbs Recommendation
  • 30-min Follow-up consultation
  • Free 15-min consultation by Phone prior to initial consultation

Gold Package ($150) – Available Online

  • 60-min initial consultation
  • Prakruti Assessment (Body Constitution)
  • Vikruti Assessment (Imbalances)
  • Guidance on Diet and Lifestyle
  • Spices and Herbs Recommendation
  • Ayurvedic overview on Food and Six tastes
  • Tongue Analysis
  • 30-min Follow-up consultation
  • Free 15-min consultation by Phone prior to initial consultation

Premium Package ($250) – Available online

  • 60-min initial consultation
  • Prakruti Assessment (Body Constitution)
  • Vikruti Assessment (Imbalances)
  • Guidance on Diet, Lifestyle and Daily routine
  • Spices and Herbs Recommendation
  • Ayurvedic overview on Food and Six tastes
  • Food Combination guidelines
  • Customized Pranayama techniques
  • Tongue Analysis
  • 2 Follow-up (30 min each) consultation
  • Free 15-min consultation by Phone prior to initial consultation

(B) Ayurvedic Face and Tongue Analysis ($100)- Available Online

  • Prakuti Assessment (Body Constitution)
  • Vikruti Assessment (Imbalances)
  • Analysis of Face Lines
  • Analysis of Tongue (what your tongue tells you about your health)
  • Daily Routine Guidelines
  • 15-min Free consultation on phone prior to your Appointment

(C) Ayurvedic Cooking Class– Available online

Private Cooking Class – ($200)

  • 3-hour long
  • Cook 3 dishes
  • Recommendation on Diet and Lifestyle
  • Determine Prakruti and Vikruti
  • Customized Herbs and Spice Suggestion for you
  • Sample spice-kit of 10 spices provided
  • Tips to aid Digestion and on healthy food
  • Mantras and Energetics -Adding healing energy to your food

Semi-Private Class($300 for 3 people)

  • 3-hour long (Upto 3 people)
  • Cook 3 dishes
  • Recommendation on Diet and Lifestyle
  • Determine Prakruti and Vikruti
  • Diet Suggestion for your body type
  • Food Combination List Provided

Anjana Bhargava, an Ayurvedic Wellness Counselor is a Weston resident and has bachelor’s degree in mathematics and Master of Science (Electronics) from India. Anjana has been certified for Pulse Diagnosis and Marma Therapy (similar to Acupressure points) under well-known Ayurvedic Doctor, Vasant Lad from Ayurvedic Institute, Albuquerque NM. She is a graduate of Kerala Ayurveda Academy, California having completed 625 hours of study and pursuing Ayurvedic practitioner program. Anjana has been using spices and herbs in her kitchen daily for more than 20 years and has experienced their therapeutics effects in her life.

Anjana incorporates integrative approach with diet, lifestyle, pranayama, meditation, Ayurvedic therapies such as Mantra (sound), Marma therapy etc. in her health consultation. She offers educational workshops and cooking workshops to empower body-mind-soul connection and achieve balanced health and wellness. She discusses the practical application of Ayurvedic spices and herbs. Anjana has found Ayurveda an invaluable tool for personal evolution and guides each individual on how to determine long term goal of health and well-being by changing one’s diet and lifestyle. Anjana believes that Ayurveda and Yoga can bring positive change in our lives.

Disclaimer:

Ayurvedic Consultants at Triyoga Boston, Waltham Do Not claim to be a licensed physician or a doctor under the state of Massachusetts nor have the intent to “diagnose”, “prescribe” or “treat” any disease. We are educators of traditional system of Ayurveda and limit our advice to diet and lifestyle which might be supportive of one’s general well-being. Our services Do Not address prescribed medication, surgical procedures or treatment strategies as prescribed by a medical professional. Ayurveda is a complementary system, NOT currently licensed by the state of Massachusetts.