Edith Ewald

Ayurvedic Diet

Therapies practised: Ayurvedic Diet & Lifestyle Consultation, Yoga (Hatha Yoga Restorative Yoga, Yin Yoga)

Availability: Fridays and Saturday (all day),

Prices: £60 for 60 mins Ayurvedic Consultation, £60 for 60 mins Private Yoga Class

Qualifications: Ayurvedic Diet & Lifestyle Consultant Assoc. APA, Dru Yoga Teacher DYT DPN, Training in Restorative Yoga and in Yin Yoga

Registered Member of: APA Ayurvedic Practitioners Association, Dru Professional Network.

Profile: Edith has always had a great interest in complementary medicine and diet and has explored various schools and teachings. She also has a passion for bodywork and joined the Dru yoga teacher training course in 2008. Soon after graduating as a Yoga teacher she started her training in Ayurveda with Dr Deepa Apte in London as a Diet & Lifestyle Consultant linking the two complementary systems of Yoga and Ayurveda together. She has attended various trainings in Yoga and Ayurveda since and is currently qualifying as a Nutrition Therapist.

Edith offers Ayurvedic Diet & Lifestyle Consultation at the Health Living Centre. During an in-depth consultation which includes physical assessment, tongue and pulse diagnosis, discussion of personal history, current lifestyle and dietary habits etc., Edith will determine your unique body type and identify any imbalances. A personalised therapy plan will be prepared for you including recommendations for diet, lifestyle, exercise, Ayurvedic herbs and massages.

Edith has been practising a variety of different styles of yoga for over 20 years. She has trained in Dru Yoga, a flowing and gentle style of Hatha Yoga, Restorative Yoga and Yin Yoga. Edith teaches at London yoga studios, gyms, workplaces and at Champney’s Spa Hotels.

She is a very caring and compassionate teacher, helping students to be flowing and to relax into their own being. Students will leave her class with a sense of inner calm, contentment and a radiant look.

Messages from Edith:
Ayurveda and Yoga teaches me to listen to my body and its needs. I have also learned that we carry the best healer within ourselves and that very often small changes in our diet, lifestyle or thought pattern can have a very positive effect on our health and general wellbeing.

Ayurveda:

Ayurveda is the holistic medical system from India which has been practised for more than 5,000 years. It aims to promote good health in healthy people and restore health in those who are not well. Ayurveda teaches you to understand our unique body type and how to empower us on our journey of wellbeing.
Ayurveda is a complete way of living. As a holistic health system it includes diet, Yoga, massage, detoxification, herbal remedies, meditation and daily lifestyle.

Yoga:

Yoga is a mind and body practice which has its historical origins in ancient Indian philosophy. Various styles of yoga combine physical postures, breathing techniques, and meditation or relaxation.

Yoga has become popular as a form of physical exercise based upon asanas (physical poses) to promote improved control of mind and body and to enhance well-being.

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