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The foundation of true health and happiness - Ayurveda looks at a human being and treats in a holistic manner, taking into consideration the unity of mind, body and spirit and bringing it back to its natural state.
'The Seat of Consciousness
Resides in the Heart'
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Ayurveda : The Science of Life
What Makes AyurCare Special
We are one of the few Ayurvedic Healthcare practices in the UK to use completely authentic methods of treatment as well as providing you with high quality, organic and ethically sourced prescription-based herb medicines and products.
We offer a great atmosphere and a rest from the every day pressures of life where you can experience a renewed physical and spiritual wellness, a perfect balance of mind, body and soul. AyurCare UK is the first choice for Ayurveda treatment !
We specialise in emotional and spiritual health and can help with such issues as stress, anxiety and low mood. We also can help with auto-immune and neurological problems as well as digestive issues, skin problems, womens' healthcare and
Convenient opening hours
No two individuals are alike and therefore treatment cannot
be generalized for all. At AyurCare UK we examine the
patient and the disorder with an aim to diagnose the root cause and
offer completely personalized treatment.
"Aroygya Parama Labha"
Health is Wealth
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I am a fully qualified Ayurvedic Health Practitioner and affiliated member of the AAPUK (Association of Ayurvedic Practitioners). I studied Ayurvedic Medicine at The Ayurvedic Institute in London and qualified under Europe's foremost Ayurvedic Physician, Dr. Deepika Rodrigo (B.A.M.S).
I have a vast clinical working experience and deep knowledge of Ayurvedic principles gained whilst working with Ayurvedic experts worldwide.
In the last few years I have written articles for several international Ayurveda and Medical Health publications including Ayurveda & Health Tourism Magazine (official magazine of World Ayurveda Congress, Global Ayurveda Festivals such as WTM London, ITB - Berlin and Singapore, Arab Travel Mart – Dubai, MITT).
My own personal ethos is not just to help those with any physical disorder, but to achieve an optimum mental, emotional and spiritual health for all.
Through a personal consultation, taking into consideration privacy and confidentiality, I will use my extensive professional knowledge and skills to devise your custom made treatment plan.
My professional speciality and interests include immunology and Womens health disorders. My goal is to specialize further in these areas so that you, the patient, benefit at the highest optimum level.
Further CPD Course Training :
Ayurvedic Concept & Management of Oncological Pain & Post Therapy Treatment - 2016 (Dr. Ghanashyam. Marda. M.D., University of Pune)
Ayurvedic View of Dermatology - 2017 (Dr. Gaurang Joshi BAMS- Multi-Speciality Panchakarma & Dermatology Hospital & Research Centre, Gujarat)
Ayurvedic Perspective of Mental Healthcare in the West & Common Remedies for Problems of the Elderly in the West - 2017 (Dr. Ghanashyam Marda M.D., Neuro physician, University of Pune (Gold Medal)
Ayurvedic Approach towards Patients on Pharmaceutical Medication (with case studies) - 2017 (Dr. Ghanashyam Marda M.D. University of Pune)
Authenticity of Panchakarma in the West - 2018 (Dr. Ghanashyam Marda, M.D., Panchakarma - Neuro, Pune)
Hridaya - The Ayurvedic Heart (Heart-Mind Link) 2019 (Dr. Ghanashyam Marda, M.D., Ayurveda - Heart Diseases), University of Pune
Diabesity - (Diabetes and Obesity) An Ayurvedic Approach Feb 2020 (Dr. Ghanashyam Marda, M.D. Tila Maharsahtra University, Research work)
Professional Advice/Treatment Protocol for patients on Covid-19 - April 2020 (with case studies) . (Dr. Gaurang Joshi BAMS Multi Speciality and Oncology Hospital, Gujarat)
Advanced Study Course /Translation and Application of Sanskrit Terminology from the Astanga Hridaydam (Ayurvedic Historic Text Book) Section Study - Jwara (Fever) & Practical uses of Ayurvedic medicines for Modern Day Diseases - 2019
Practical/Clinical Work Experience:
AyurCare UK (Owner/Founder)
Ayurveda Retreat (Specialist Ayurveda Team)
The Alternative Healthcare (Head Therapist/Consultant)
Athula Dassana International Buddhist Community (Ayurveda Consultant)
FPMT Shakyamuni Buddha Medical Clinic (Student Volunteer)
Ayurveda Health & Tourism
Artharva global Academy
The Association of Ayurvedic Practitioners UK
The Complimentary Medical Association
AyurCare UK Training School
Lara Jane Sinha
Founder - Ayurvedic Practitioner, AyurCare UK
DAPC Dip, ALNC Dip, AMT Dip (Ayurveda)
Lara Sinha, Ayurvedic Practitioner/Marma Therapist - Mondays/Wednesdays/Saturdays
Aji Verghase, Senior Ayurvedic Therapist - Mondays & Fridays
Maria Rosaria Nastri , Ayurvedic Therapist - Saturdays
Through a personal one-to-one we will devise your bespoke individual treatment/healing program for you using Ayurvedic diagnosis methods to assess your constitution type and current state of health. As well as this, we will talk about your current diet and lifestyle habits, medical and genetic history, current life trends, work and personal/family relationships etc. As part of the process, please be prepared to open up a bit about yourself.
We will discuss how small but positive changes can be incorporated into your lifestyle for your improved health and well-being and in accordance with your personal Ayurvedic Health Plan. Changes may consist of some adjustments to your eating habits (food and drink) and some initial medicines may be prescribed. Ayurvedic therapy treatments may also be recommended as part of your healing program.
The length and type of treatment depends on each person as different levels of support are required to maintain individual healing.
We operate on an appointment basis only. Please telephone us directly to request an appointment or click on the link below to book a Pre-Consultation Enquiry.
THE SCIENCE THAT HEALS
The Sanskrit word Ayurveda has two roots: ‘Ayu’, meaning life and ‘Veda’, meaning science. The practice of Ayurveda is founded on the principles of a 5,000 years old universal medicinal system which use is proving very much in existence today. Ayurvedic treatment is tailored to each unique person in a professional, supportive and compassionate environment.
Ayurveda believes that the human being is a microcosm of nature containing five elements. Ayurveda looks at a human being and treats in a holistic manner, taking into consideration the unity of mind, body and spirit. As a complementary and preventative medicine, it is very helpful in treating symptoms effectively.
According to Ayurvedic texts, a person is said to have good health when they enjoy a balance of physical and psychological elements, of energies produced in the body, and of tissues in the organs combined with proper elimination of wastes, a happy heart and soul, a happy, functioning mind and proper functioning of the five senses.
To put it simply, Allopathy treats specific symptoms with quick results, whilst Ayurveda works on the premise that all disorders (whether physical or mental) result from an imbalance of one of more of the factors mentioned above. Effective treatment, Ayurvedic practitioners believe, lies only in the holistic approach. It is this approach that now leads psychiatrists to believe that Ayurveda holds the possibilities of an alternative treatment for mental health issues.
Ayurvedic medicine provides for a holistic change whilst Allopathic medicine deals with specific symptoms of the disorder. Ayurveda recommends balanced dietary and lifestyle habits along with herbal treatment and therapy. It has proved to be an alternative form of treatment, which not only includes treating the disorder – physical and psychological – but also bringing in a change in the lifestyle of the person to prevent future illnesses.
Ayurveda is helpful in treating a number of different problems, including digestive issues, circulatory & nerve complaints, female problems such as menopause, endometriosis, thyroid/hormonal imbalance, fertility and reproductive issues, obesity, joint & muscle pain, auto-immune disorders, skin problems, allergies, respiratory conditions, stress, anxiety, low mood and sleep disturbance.