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  • Dr Ratnapriya Shrivastava

    Dr Ratnapriya Shrivastava is a founder of Ayurvedic Medical Centre. She is one of the best consultant in Australia and practicing Ayurveda in Sydney at two locations in Parramatta and Homebush West. She rose up learning Ayurveda at home from her Aunt, who is a renowned Ayurvedic specialist. Her aunt helped her gaining knowledge about Pulse diagnosis, tongue analysis, doshas and herbal formulations. Dr Ratnapriya has completed 5.5 years fulltime degree in Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery in India. She is a certified weight loss consultant in Australia.

  • Dr Santosh Yadav

    The Ayurveda Yoga Wellness Clinic (AYWC) is an ayurvedic centre for wellbeing promoting the practice of ayurveda in Australia. AYWC was established in 2007. AYWC is based in Melbourne and offers a comprehensive range of Ayurvedic health care services including, Ayurvedic medicines, Ayurvedic treatment, massages, yoga and meditation. Ayurveda is an ancient system of natural medicine with its roots in India. This system takes a holistic approach to treating diseases and health conditions, and considers the patient’s physical and mental state in recommending a treatment regime. It is a completely natural system of medicine and hence has no side effects or complications. With the rise in lifestyle and chronic diseases amongst the population, AYWC provides complete lifestyle consultations and treatments that address the root cause of the disease or health condition, and not just treat the symptoms alone. The holistic treatment regime provided is gentle, safe and completely natural.

  • Dr. Renu Bala

    Ayurvedic and panchkarma practitioner Renu has over 7 years of experience in the ancient therapy of India AYURVEDA.

  • Florence Biancardi

    Sri Vajera Foundation, Brahma Vidya School by renowned Swami Narayanananda Ayurved Saraswati • Florianopolis, SC, Brazil | Uberlandia, MG, Brazil 2004 — 2006 Kerala Ayurved Chikitsalayam Panchakarma, Ayurvedic phytotherapy treatment theory, and practical training - Navi Peth, Pune - 411030 Maharashtra State, India 2014 Apart from many other approaches, the Ayurvedic consultations with Florence are the most traditional way possible: Observation (Darshan): The practitioner first evaluates general physical health by looking at the patient and observing his/her movements, body contour, color of the skin and eyes, facial lines and ridges, shape of the nose, and qualities of the lips, hair, and nails. Touch (Sparsha): The practitioner then employs touch, including palpation (pressing down on parts of the body, called sparshanam in Ayurveda), and percussion or tapping (akotana). There is special focus on the patient's pulse, tongue, nails, and speech. Questions (Prashna): The practitioner asks the patient about complaints and symptoms, as well as the duration of discomfort and disease progression. The practitioner also inquires about mental and psychological conditions. SHAMANA THERAPY SHODHANA THERAPY Panchakarma programs

  • Pooja Saini

    Ayurvedic Expert in Females Problems and Mental Illnesses

  • Florence Biancardi

    Sri Vajera Foundation, Brahma Vidya School by renowned Swami Narayanananda Ayurved Saraswati • Florianopolis, SC, Brazil | Uberlandia, MG, Brazil 2004 — 2006 Kerala Ayurved Chikitsalayam Panchakarma, Ayurvedic phytotherapy treatment theory, and practical training - Navi Peth, Pune - 411030 Maharashtra State, India 2014 Apart from many other approaches, the Ayurvedic consultations with Florence are the most traditional way possible: Observation (Darshan): The practitioner first evaluates general physical health by looking at the patient and observing his/her movements, body contour, color of the skin and eyes, facial lines and ridges, shape of the nose, and qualities of the lips, hair, and nails. Touch (Sparsha): The practitioner then employs touch, including palpation (pressing down on parts of the body, called sparshanam in Ayurveda), and percussion or tapping (akotana). There is special focus on the patient\\\\\\\'s pulse, tongue, nails, and speech. Questions (Prashna): The practitioner asks the patient about complaints and symptoms, as well as the duration of discomfort and disease progression. The practitioner also inquires about mental and psychological conditions. SHAMANA THERAPY SHODHANA THERAPY Panchakarma programs

  • Dr Neeraj Thakur

  • Scott Allan

    Ayurvedic Practitioner Advanced Diploma Ayurveda, Cert 4 Ayurveda, Diploma Western Herbal Medicine

  • Raman Das Mahatyagi

    Raman Das Mahatyagi is the principal Ayurvedic Vaidya (practitioner) at our Sydney, Australia based holistic centre. He has a degree in Ayurvedic medicine, Bachelor of Science (Biology) and Diploma of Yoga (India). Opening in January 2000 in Gordon, Sydney, Raman Das has helped over 4000 people improve their health through the great healing powers of Ayurveda and Yoga.

  • Dr Vishal Sharma

    Dr Vishal Sharma is a qualified Ayurvedic doctor practicing in Sydney NSW for the past 6 years. He grew up very close to the nature in the top ranges of Himalayas (Himachal Pradesh) in India. By living close to nature, his curiosity was drawn to understand the magical healing and nourishing power of Ayurveda. Later, he decided to study Ayurveda and opt ancient wisdom of prevention and healing as a carrier.

  • Dr Neha Rana

  • Gita Kavar

    Gita Kavar is a life-long believer in the benefits of Ayurveda having been raised in a practicing family which informed her approach to health and food throughout her life.