In today’s world, we tend to lead our lives without an awareness of the impact that our daily choices have upon our health. It’s only when something goes wrong that we try to fix it.
We are taught to follow generic solutions. Dosages of vitamins and even medicines are often based solely on our age or gender with little recognition that we are all unique individuals.
In contrast, Ayurveda (which literally translates to the Science of Life) addresses each person’s unique physical, emotional, and spiritual constitution through proper diet, lifestyle practices, and herbal remedies. Ayurveda teaches us to understand the laws of nature so that we may live in harmony with them.
Whether you have current health challenges, or are interested in practical ways to avoid them, Ayurveda is an investment in your wellbeing… for the present and the future.
Mary-Alice Quinn, CAS is a certified Ayurvedic practitioner and an instructor for the California College of Ayurveda. She is a Practitioner Member of both NAMA (National Ayurvedic Medical Association) and CAAM (California Association of Ayurvedic Medicine), and conducts public workshops throughout California. Mary-Alice has an active private practice where she blends Ayurvedic lifestyle and nutritional guidelines, as well as personalized herbal remedies and body therapies, to assist her clients in achieving and maintaining healthy, satisfying, and balanced lives.
Mary-Alice had the opportunity to participate in the feature documentary “Invisible Illness“, sharing her experience with Ayurveda in addressing the issues of those living with invisible and chronic illnesses. Here’s a video vignette from the film.