Healing Service Specials
Private / Group Reiki:
Introductory Specials: $45 first visit or 3 Sessions for $150
Intro Special: 3 Sessions for $150
Intro Special: 3 sessions for $150
Yoga & Pilates Private / Group Session
Intro Special: 3 Private Sessions for $150
Initial consultation $75
Follow up sessions: 60min $65
3 session follow-up package: $150
Workshops: Please view each workshop for details and pricing
Ayurveda is an ancient healing science, translating as “ the science or knowledge of life.” In India, this holistic health system has been used for the over 6, 000 years. Ayurveda encompasses the five elements (Ether, Air, Fire, Water, and Earth), the tridosha ( or three bodily humors), the seven dhatus (bodily tissues), the malas (the wastes: urine, stools, sweat), srotamsi (bodily channels), current state of ama (toxins) in the body, and the trinity of life: the mind, body when seeking to bring the body back to balance.
Stacy Mallow, E-RYT 500, RPYT, Ayuryoga certified teacher has studied yoga and Ayurveda for over a decade. Her personal experiences of the amazing healing powers of yoga and Ayurveda has led Stacy to want to share this with others. Stacy continues to study with Dr. Vasant Lad at the Ayurvedic Institute, Sonia Masocco, and is mentored by Maria Garre. Stacy is thrilled to offer workshops, Ayuryoga public classes and individual consultations at Ananda Shala. Stacy is currently the Director of Ayurveda at Ananda Shala and is also employed as a teacher in the Montgomery County School System.
First, we assess the client's current state of balance/imbalance and healthcare goal. The Ayurvedic practitioner will employ darshan (observation of the client) and prashna (questioning) and sparshan (touch) to assess the current state of balance/imbalance. Using the pulse, urine, feces, tongue, voice, form, eyes, history of client, current state of ama (toxins), and the client's concerns and healthcare goals to determine the treatment. The practitioner will find out the client's prakriti (genetic imprint of tridoshas when born) and Vikruti (current state of imbalance of tridoshas) with the pulse. Thus, she will find out the cause or causes of illness and as the first line of treatment will remove the cause(s) The Ayurvedic practitioner will educate and guide the client on diet and lifestyle, dinacharya (daily routine) , pranayama (various energizing and revitalizing breath techniques), and meditation.
Join Maria Garre as she leads several Ayurvedic workshops such as Ayuryoga, Yoga of Ayurveda and Yoga of Nutrition. Enhance your teaching methods by incorporating Ayurveda with your practice.