Ayurvedic medicine now at Full Circle

Ronly Blau, the owner of Meadow Heart Ayurveda & Yoga, is now offering holistic Ayurvedic healthcare, including Ayurvedic bodywork, massage therapy and health consultations, at Full Circle Wellness Center.

Ronly Blau, the owner of Meadow Heart Ayurveda & Yoga, is now offering holistic Ayurvedic healthcare, including Ayurvedic bodywork, massage therapy and health consultations, at Full Circle Wellness Center.

Ayurveda is the traditional healing system of India and has grown out of thousands of years of knowledge and experience. Individuals are treated according to their constitutions, which are assessed during health consultations.

These consultations in-volve lifestyle counseling, diet and herbal guidance and stress management. Stress is mitigated through breathing practices, meditation, yoga and Ayurvedic massage and relaxation therapy as well as Swedish massage. Bodywork is available on its own or in conjunction with consultations and cleansing. Blau said the emphasis for all Meadow Heart treatments is in holding a compassionate space to facilitate deep healing.

Blau also offers workshops, including seasonal cleansing classes, living with ease, cooking and other Ayurvedic education. She is a certified Ayurvedic practitioner, licensed massage practitioner and certified yoga teacher.

Islanders are invited to stop in for Ayurveda Tea Time, a free, informal gathering between 4 and 5 p.m. the first Thursday of the month at Full Circle Wellness Center. Guests can sample Ayurvedic tea, get seasonal health tips and find out more about Ayurveda.

See www.MeadowHeartAyurveda.com for more information.

 

 


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