What is Ayurveda?

  Ayur = Life, Veda = science; the Science of Life. The World Health Organization recognizes Ayurveda as the world’s oldest healing system. Ayurveda says that we are made up of the 5 elements - air, fire, ether, water and earth - in a unique combination, known as Doshas, which makes up an individual’s constitution.  In Ayurveda, there is no "one size fits all" approach to finding that balance, because each person is unique, so a consultation with a professional is helpful. 

The ancients tell us that the spirit, mind and body are connected, and freedom from illness or dis-ease depends upon bringing all of these elements of our being into balance. 

A combination of techniques can be helpful including mindfulness, healthy eating, and proper digestion, cultivating life force energy (Prana), connectedness to the world around us, and practicing Yoga, and meditation.


"I can't believe that so much can be known about me from just checking my pulse" -Nicolas

"It was a truly transformative experience; I am more aware of what my body is telling me" -Heather

"He is very good in explaining what has to be done in correcting my imbalances, such a warm heart filled with healing energy" -Sophie

"I would definitely recommend Raj; he is a natural healer; his smile and humour go a long way in making people feel at home" -Natasha


Q: Do i need to fast before a consultation?

A: It is preferred to have fully digested your meal.

Q: What does a typical consultation include and how long does it last?

A: A typical consultation lasts about an hour and a half and includes a detailed analysis of the client's state of health, diet, lifestyle, pulse analysis, dosha questionnaire, and other indicators.

Q: What is the goal of Ayurveda?

A: Ayurveda is about healing the entire being, not simply treating the condition; it brings the person into harmony with themselves and the world around them. 

Q: Do you provide insurance receipts?

A: Yes insurance receipts are available.