The literal translation of Ayurveda is “life knowledge”. This profound healing science from India works to restore natural balance and health through diet and lifestyle. Ayurveda has been found to have a dramatic effect on many chronic conditions and can help restore harmony between body, mind and spirit — creating true wellness.
Through universal principals, Ayurveda helps us to tune into nature. Based on the concept of unique, individual constitution (dosha) a person is able to develop an individualized approach to good health and true wellness. Through daily and seasonal routine and a wholesome diet, Ayurveda addresses the whole person according to his/her own natural constitution (prakruti).
$125 for 120 minutes ; $75 follow-up 60 minutes
Through personal consultation, we work to determine your constitution (dosha). Using the ancient art of pulse analysis, we are able to detect deep rooted imbalances and offer practical suggestions for regaining balance.
Private Doshic Tailored Yoga Class – $90 for 60 minutes
Please call the studio at 610.584.1108 or email
firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment.
Lisa Scarborough RYT 200, owner and director of The Beauty of Ayurveda at MOYO, blends over 35 years of experience in the health and beauty industry with a deep passion for the profound healing science of Ayurveda. Lisa believes that beauty is revealed when one aligns her true self with the wisdom of mother nature. Using yoga and its’ ancient sister science, Ayurveda, Lisa helps you to find balance in the areas of diet, exercise, beauty and lifestyle. Through individual consultation, salon services, Ayurvedic body treatments and workshops, Lisa provides the tools to revealing your natural beauty.
Lisa would be happy to recommend herbs and products to help support and create harmony within your mind, body and spirit — specific to your natural constitution.
Banyan Botanicals’ Commitment
We intend to provide you with the highest quality Ayurvedic herbs and products possible. We believe a high quality product is one that is pure, effective and produced in an environmentally friendly and ethical manner.
The ancient sage of Ayurveda Acharya Susruta has described the features of a healthy person. It follows that the doshas must be in equilibrium, the digestive fire must be in a balanced state and the dhatus (tissues) and malas (wastes) must work in a normal way. The sensory and motor organs and mind, atma must be also in a pleasant state. Such a person is called a healthy person or Swastha.
Samadosha, samagnischa samadhatumala kriyaha prasanna atmenindriya manaha swasthya ityabhidheeyate. – Acharya Susruta