Ayurveda (i″yur-va´dah) is a Sanskrit word meaning “The science, knowledge or truth of life”. It is a and holistic approach to optimal health incorporating the elements of nature. We are all part of nature. An Ayurvedic consultation can help you to understand how to live in harmony in our environment and with all those around us. Our physical bodies are intertwined and deeply connected to our emotional, mental and spiritual mind. When our body and mind goes out of balance, often there is a root or underlying cause. As an Ayurvedic Counselor, I seek to determine where the imbalance originates, treating not the symptoms but the root cause. This approach can alleviate symptoms and bring the body back into balance. This will be a personalized journey that begins with awareness and leads you to health, vitality and greater happiness in your life!
An Ayurvedic approach to health can help you accomplish the following:
*Develop a simple daily plan to realize and maintain optimal health and longevity
*Reduce stress and anxiety to feel balance and harmony in your life
*Transform fatigue into abundant energy
*Overcome insomnia to sleep soundly, waking rested and rejuvenated
*Experience healthy digestion and metabolism to achieve and maintain your ideal weight
*Discover your full potential and experience happiness in every aspect of your life!
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ABOUT KATHY KATTS
With 25 years experience in the financial industry, Kathy discovered that Yoga, Ayurveda and Meditation are essential for stress management and optimal health. Beginning a yoga practice in 1996 at the World Yoga Center in NYC, Kathy began practicing Ashtanga Yoga at The Yoga Shala CT in 2007 and is deeply connected to this beautiful tradition. Kathy will complete a 750-hour training with New World Ayurveda as an Ayurvedic Health Counselor in the Spring of 2016. It is her intention to share this 5,000-year-old “Science of Life” with others so that they may live happier, healthier lives.