Ayurvedic Consultations

Your treatment begins with an initial consultation. Here your health concerns are discussed in relation to the balance of Vata (air), Pitta (fire), and Kapha (water) elements in your body. Your Ayurvedic pulses are taken to allow the practitioner to suggest gentle, natural ways to achieve balance. You will receive a detailed report showing how the elements in your body can be balanced to promote better health. Specific suggestions on diet/nutrition are a key part of the report. In addition, you will receive suggestions on herbs and supplements, aromatherapy,  and color therapy, yoga, meditation, and more. I can suggest further Ayurvedic bodywork treatments to assist you on your path to better health. These may include Ayurvedic Abhyanga massage and an Ayurvedic Cleanse for detoxification and rejuvenation.

Initial Consultation:
The first appointment is a 90 minute thorough assessment of individual constitution (body-type) and current state of imbalances/symptoms. Price includes a wellness plan and explanation sent via email or post, you will leave with a few initial recommendations to get you started.  A complete written review of consultation and wellness plan will be sent via email in 2-3 days.

Initial consult, and written review $155

Additional follow-up consultations:
A 30-60 minute meeting to assess your progress and the current state of your personal wellness. You may need a follow-up if you want to make adjustment to your wellness plan or deepen your existing practices, or at change of seasons.

Follow-up in person or via phone $50-$85

Consultations are provided by Trish Foss, LMP, CAP.
Sorry, insurance claims are not accepted for Consultations.

To schedule with Trish, contact her directly at 206-778-6612.

 

The following is a short list of how Ayurveda can help you:

Lifestyle Counseling – How to create order and discipline in our daily life utilizing the tools of meditation, Yoga, exercise, time management, and spiritual awareness. This kind of awareness can help with clarity in our relationships, finding direction, managing job stress, and improving the overall quality of life.

Nutritional Counseling – The importance of Ayurvedic nutrition in balancing the doshas (Vata, Pitta, Kapha) to eat in accordance with one’s constitution. How to adjust diet to correct present imbalance.

Improvements with common illnesses – Including but not limited to: digestive disorders, ulcers, chronic fatigue, diabetes, multiple sclerosis (MS), hormonal imbalances, urinary disorders, hypertension, skin disorders, respiratory disorders, bronchitis, asthma, allergies.

Mental Issues – Such as anxiety, nervousness, fear, anger, rage, depression, insomnia, stress management.

Women’s Health Issues – PMS, menstrual concerns, infertility and menopause.

Pain Management – Including headaches, neck and shoulder pain, back and hip pain, sciatica, fibromyalgia, arthritis and individual joint pain, etc.