AND MARMA THERAPY
What’s Your Dosha?
This workshop will look at the three doshas (bodytype) and how they relate to your diet, lifestyle and daily /seasonal routines.
Ever wondered what your Ayurvedic ‘body type’ is?
Ayurvedic ‘body types’ are known as ‘Doshas’and there are three main types: Vata, Pitta and Kapha. During this insightful workshop, Kath will take you through the three main Doshas and discuss how you can keep your Doshas in balance through diet, lifestyle and a healthy daily routine (‘Dinacharya’). Balance the shift of seasons following the Ayurvedic seasonal routine.
Kath is a practitioner at Harvest Natural Health Centre, Grey Lynn, Auckland. She received a Diploma of Ayurveda whilst studying under Dr Vijayendry Murthy at Wellpark College of Natural Therapies. In 2015 Kath travelled to Mysore, India and studied Advanced Ayurveda with Dr. Anil Kumar in Mysore, India while studying Ashtanga Yoga at the Pattabhi Jois Institute.
Abhyanga massage/Marma therapy
Personalised consultations to facilitate healing through diet, nutrition and lifestyle with a focus on daily and seasonal routines. Abhyanga body massage using oils suitable to your body type. Marma therapy is gentle manipulation of specific acupressure points to improve circulation, remove blockages and stimulate energy flow.
I am a holistic health practitioner offering personal consultations and body therapies. (Abhyanga & Marma Therapy).
I had the privilege of studying at the Wellpark College of Natural Therapies under Vijayendry Murthy. In the summer of 2015, I studied Advanced Ayurveda with Dr. Anil Kumar in Mysore, India while studying Ashtanga Yoga at the Pattabhi Jois Institute.
It is through Yoga that I was drawn to the study of Ayurveda, and most of all the journey of self awareness. Preserving health through daily living has become a goal for anyone who is conscious of the health risks in modern lives. During my consultations I employ Ayurveda Tongue/ & or Pulse diagnosis and focus on diet and nutrition. I offer lifestyle and daily routines that adapt to the seasons including herbs and spices and body therapies.