Hello

I’m Jane and I’d like to help you live a healthier life

I’m a professionally qualified Complementary Health Practitioner with many years of experience helping people improve their health.

My practice is shaped by the ancient science of Ayurveda which offers an integrative approach to health.  Ayurveda, which focuses on prevention rather than cure, is particularly relevant for today’s pressured environment where we seek ways to maintain good health for a long and fulfilled life.

Some of the conditions I have successfully worked with include IBS, musculoskeletal pain, skin conditions, weight management, insomnia and stress/anxiety.

Using a combination of nutrition, herbal medicine, massage, yoga and lifestyle, I can help you be the healthiest version of yourself.

Some of the benefits you will see include:

  • More abundant energy
  • Improved digestion
  • Better sleep
  • Reduced stress and anxiety
  • A feeling of lightness and vitality in body and mind

Ayurveda is a Sanskrit word which means “Science of Life”. It’s a complete system of health based on the elements of nature and the rhythms of our natural world.

Ayurveda states that every person is a unique being who responds to physical and social environments, nutrition and herbal medicines in a different way to the next person.

A fundamental principle of Ayurveda is to treat the person not the illness.  General protocols for addressing illness don’t take into account the individual and what will work best for them. This is why I work one-to-one and design personal treatment plans for each individual. 

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Appointments available in-clinic or online

Ayurvedic Treatments

I offer a range of classical Ayurvedic massage treatments which can be booked as a one-off or as part of a treatment plan.

Latest Blog Posts

An Ayurvedic Autumn (Part 2)

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An Ayurvedic Autumn

The junction between seasons is an important transition time in Ayurveda.  It is a favoured ...

Wherever there’s life, there’s Ayurveda

I often get asked about Ayurveda.  Some people know the literal definition – the science ...

The five elements and the doshas

The five elements as defined by Ayurveda are Space, Air, Fire, Water and Earth.  All ...

Prakriti and Vikriti

Prakriti is your basic body type.  This body type arises from a unique combination of ...

Agni and Ama

The term Agni is used in Ayurveda to signify digestive capability.  A strong Agni is ...

Herb Profile: Ashwagandha

Ashwagandha.  It’s certainly the herb of the moment and is included as a “magic” ingredient ...

Early to bed, early to rise…

This quaint, old proverb reflects what Ayurveda knows to be true and what modern science ...

Herb Profile: Shatavari

Shatavari.  A herb perhaps best known for treating a wide range of gynaecological issues but ...