Mandatory to be filled out by all clients before consultation.
Waste products generated by various body functions (3 Mala: Feces, Urine and Sweat). To determine the function of each Mala in the body in order to find balance.
Tissues which constitute the body (7 Dhatus)
Three Gunas Chart
Sattva, Rajas & Tamas: Nature consists of three primal qualities, which are the main powers of Cosmic Intelligence that determine our spiritual growth. These are called gunas in Sanskrit, meaning “what binds” because wrongly understood they keep us in bondage to the external world. On a spiritual level, understanding the gunas provides opportunities for spiritual inquiry and personal development. On a practical level, the gunas reflect states of mind that manifest as moods and behaviours. Through awareness and discrimination we have the possibility to become a master of their fluctuations.
Originating from improperly digested toxic particles that clog the channels in your body. Ama toxicity accumulates wherever there is a weakness in the body, and this will result in disease. Ayurveda offers various methods of purification of Ama. However, it’s best to prevent it from forming in the first place.