Students learn Ayurvedic case taking skills under supervision
“Following panchakarma [Ayurvedic cleansing], a person’s perception and understanding become clear and the ego becomes mellow as love, compassion, and clarity unfold in the mind. The mind returns to its home, which is conscious awareness.” — Dr. Vasant Lad Panchakarma (five actions) is a cleansing and rejuvenating program for the body & mind. It is known for
We have been running our dispensary since 2007. We believe that everyone should have access to natural medicines and so we started this free community service. By Appointment Only
We aim to bring the body back in to balance and treat every day health issues to more chronic conditions.
What is Ayurveda? The word Ayurveda comes from the ancient Indian language Sanskrit. It translates as “Science of Life” and is often referred to as Traditional Indian Medicine. Ayurveda is said to have originated more than 5000 years ago and is believed to be the oldest & most complete health system known to man. The
consultation can help you get to the root of your health problem, understand your body better or find new approaches to your mental wellbeing
Therapeutic body treatments are an integral part of the ancient healing tradition of Ayurveda and are seen as being vital to maintaining health and restoring balance in the body & mind. Each Ayurvedic treatment has a specific purpose and all aim to return the individual to a harmonious state of health and wellbeing. These ancient treatments are not just about pampering but may also be very helpful for specific health problems
DOUG HYDE ADV DIP AYUR, B.A. (BIOLOGY) Ayurvedic teacher/therapist/practitioner, meditation teacher & retreat facilitator Qualified 2005. Doug is an Ayurvedic practitioner & co-founder of Satmya. Through consultations, corporate seminars, workshops and professional courses he endeavours to make Ayurveda accessible to everyone. Doug loves introducing his students & clients to the transformative power of Ayurveda. He believes that Ayurveda
Yvette is a Naturopath and co-founder of Satmya. She has been in full time clinical practice since 2005 and has successfully treated many clients since then. Yvette uses a combination of homeopathy, herbalism and nutrition in her work and also runs a free weekly dispensary service. She believes everyone can benefit from using natural remedies.
Naturopathy aims to support the body’s ability to heal itself through the use of dietary & lifestyle changes together with other complementary modalities. Since its conception Naturopathy has evolved to incorporate a vast range of therapies that are considered natural & non-invasive. It is unique in that it accesses a wide variety of holistic solutions