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.

Before your treatment starts it is advised to attend a personal One-To-One consultation during which your unique constitution will be assessed and your medical history discussed in order to address and treat any problem at the root cause level and find out about your expectations and needs.





AyurCare UK is an Alternative and Preventative Healthcare practice specialising in Ayurvedic Treatment and Bespoke Healthcare Packages.  We are one of the few Ayurvedic practices in the UK to use completely authentic methods of treatment as well as providing you with high quality, organic and ethically sourced herbs 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.  

Lara Jane Sinha

DAPC Dip, ALNC Dip, AMT Dip (Ayurveda)


I am a fully qualified Ayurvedic Wellness Consultant and Practitioner.  I studied Ayurvedic Medicine at The Ayurvedic Institute in London (UK) 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 and training alongside Ayurvedic experts worldwide.   In the last few years have written articles for several international health publications and more so recently featured in Ayurveda Health & Tourism Magazine.  

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 auto-immune disorders and womens' health.    My goal is to specialize further in these areas so that you, the patient, benefit at the highest optimum level.  


As an affiliated member of the Association of Ayurvedic Practitioners (AAPUK),  I continue to pursue my professional development and expand my medical and scientific knowledge through regular training modules. 


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