Ayurveda is an ancient Vedic science dealing with health, healing, rejuvenation and has been around for over 5,000 years. Being ancient, however, it has not lost its relevance at all, but, on the contrary, is gaining more and more popularity in Western countries every year.
Despite the fact that it has quite a lot in common with modern medicine and is a kind of foremother or source of modern medicine, Ayurveda has a number of specific differences that make it absolutely unique, and often even more in demand and practical than modern Western medicine.
Ayur means life and Veda means knowledge. Thus, Ayurveda is a science about life, helping to solve issues not only of our physiological health, but also many others.
In fact, Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) have a lot in common. Perhaps even more than disagreements. Some believe that TCM came from Ayurveda, some that Ayurveda from TCM, but, in any case, the methods of describing the functions of the body, constitution, effects on the body, etc. are often almost identical and in both cases give a positive effect. In my practice, I primarily use knowledge from the field of Ayurveda, but also add or combine it with TCM when it is relevant.
The price is indicated for each service.
First you need to order a service by filling out the service order form. If you know your time of birth, this will be a bonus that we can use to consider health conditions, etc. from the point of view of Vedic astrology.
But, in principle, for a consultation on Ayurveda, nothing specific is needed except for the desire to take care of your health and sincerity in following the recommendations.
Ayurveda consultations currently available can only take place offline at Magistru 13, Michle Praha 4.
How can I book a consultation?
You can sign up for a consultation by clicking on the "Order a service" button, filling out and sending the form. This can also be done by contacting me directly through one of the contacts listed on the page.
No, no prior knowledge of Ayurveda and other Vedic sciences is required. In practice, I have noticed that some so-called "basic knowledge" obtained from free internet sources or pseudo-Ayur-experts can slow down the consultation process or even prevent you from getting a clear and precise answer due to various kinds of prejudices, beliefs and misunderstandings. Therefore, if you have some kind of base, and it corresponds to what is really contained in the primary sources, it’s very good, maybe this will help you to quickly understand the essence and direction in which to move. Otherwise, I recommend listening carefully and asking questions during the consultation, rather than demonstrating your knowledge of Ayurveda, etc.