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Consultations

Personal health consultations

The first step on the path to perfect health is a consultation with a practitioner trained in Maharishi AyurVeda.

A Maharishi AyurVeda consultation offers the chance to learn more about your own individual state of balance, and how to promote good health and prevent disease.

Maintaining balance

These consultations, which include pulse diagnosis, help determine your individual nature, or mind- body type. The practitioner can also locate any imbalances you might have.

Based on the consultation, the practitioner will then give you specific advice on:

• Diet and digestion
• Exercise and daily and seasonal routines
• Personalised strategies to improve health
• Detoxification treatments
• Maharishi AyurVeda herbal supplements.

Maintaining balance

These consultations, which include pulse diagnosis, help determine your individual nature, or mind- body type. The practitioner can also locate any imbalances you might have.

Based on the consultation, the practitioner will then give you specific advice on:

• Diet and digestion
• Exercise and daily and seasonal routines
• Personalised strategies to improve health
• Detoxification treatments
• Maharishi AyurVeda herbal supplements.

Many doctors around the world are now convinced of the power of Maharishi AyurVeda which sees perfect health as man’s natural state, and recognises no limits to the healing potential inherent in the human body.

Maharishi AyurVeda Practitioners

Maharishi AyurVeda treatment begins with a personal health evaluation from a qualified practitioner. This takes about 60 minutes, and enables the practitioner to assess your health requirements. The practitioner will give personal advice on a range of methods for improving your health and on natural measures to rectify any underlying imbalances that are identified. Our resident Maharishi Ayurveda Practitioner is Susan Lincoln.

Susan Resident Maharishi AyurVeda Practitioner

Resident Maharishi AyurVeda Practitioner

Susan has a Masters degree in Complementary Health Sciences (AyurVeda) which is recognised by both the Indian and UK Governments as a medical degree.

Her final qualification in clinical practice, was completed with three months in South India.

For the past thirty years, Susan has been working as a teacher of Transcendental Meditation, latterly based in East Anglia.

Treatments
Susan the practitioner holding someone's hand