ayurveda by siva

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I cover traditional Ayurveda topics with fresh realism: Ayurbasics, Seasonal practices, digestive wellness, and women's health. My work is all heavily steeped in emotional wellness practices, from manifestation, to moon rituals, to parenting.

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modern medicine meets spiritual ayurveda

I'm into the latest research, but prefer natural approaches. I love symptom relief, but also want to address root causes - especially emotional ones.

Integration and fluidity are the ways I practice feeling well.

To me, modern health is using all the tools of the East-West, old-new, to customize our healing path.

Ayurveda is a conscious lifestyle in which we grow our awareness, and apply it to change our experience.

In the process, we evolve

BA Neuroscience, Magna Cum Laude, Pomona College

MD Cornell University, Weill Medical College

MPH UC Berkeley, School of Public Health


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