Ruchi studied Ayurvedic medicine at Middlesex university, London for 5 years. During this time she gained a BSc in Complementary Health Sciences (Ayurveda) and a masters degree in Ayurvedic medicine. She also has experience at Ayurvedic hospitals in India and in the Archway clinic in London.
Ruchi is fully qualified in performing Ayurvedic therapies such as abhyanga (full body massage), head massage, and kati basti, as well as advising manageable changes to diet and lifestyle. Using every day substances such as turmeric, honey and garlic can make a big difference to our health, and a consultation can show you how to take control of your own well-being.
Ruchi is passionate about bringing Ayurveda to the island and believes that it can really make a difference to peoples’ lives.
What is Ayurvedic Medicine?
Ayurveda originates from India, it is literally translated as ‘the knowledge of life’. It uses diet and lifestyle alterations, herbal treatments, and therapies such as abhyanga (oil massage) to prevent and treat illness, as well as for general relaxation.
What are the basic principles of Ayurveda?
Ayurveda is based on the premise that the universe is made up of the five elements.
These elements are represented in humans by three ‘doshas’, types of energies, called Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. When the levels of these doshas in the body become imbalanced, disease and discomfort can occur.
Every individual has a unique constitution, and our physical, emotional and spiritual well-being depend on getting a right balance of the three doshas. Ayurveda suggests individual lifestyle and nutritional guidelines to help re-balance the body.
Is Ayurveda right for me?
Ayurveda can be for anyone – ranging from people suffering from chronic disease, to those who simply need to unwind with one of our relaxing therapies.
An Ayurveda gift voucher can also make a wonderful gift for a loved one who deserves to be pampered!