What is Ayurvedic medicine? Ayurveda (ah-yer-vey-duh) is a breath of fresh air for those who have not been able to find relief from Western medicine. It's an ancient holistic therapy, born in India over 5000 years ago, for healing, prolonging life, and improving your overall health and wellness.
Ayurveda helps counteract the demands the external world places on our bodies. All of our five senses are affected by our surroundings, and unless you are fortunate enough to live in an eco-friendly environment, you are likely exposed to air and noise pollution, violence on the media, disguised music (research has found the sound of "rap music" to be so disturbing to animals that they have diarrhea when it's played in their presence), not to mention disguised foods containing unrecognizable ingredients.
How can Ayurveda Help?
Ayurveda practitioners can address specific health issues, such as chronic fatigue, memory loss, and a compromised immune system. In fact, the homeopathic remedies of Ayurveda can bring self-healing to any disorder of your mind and body! Some common health problems Blue Mountain Sanctuary can treat are:
How does Ayurveda work?
Ayurvedic practitioners use natural herbs, healing body therapies, aromatherapy, guided meditation,special yoga postures for your body type, and many other holistic therapies (Services) to improve your health, happiness and harmony within the mind and body.
Ayurveda is practiced daily by taking in pure,nutritional food, living a healthy lifestyle, and incorporating these healthy repetitions so you can live in optimum health and wellness. Blue Mountain Sanctuary Practitioners will guide you on your unique path to a new and vibrant life!
Come explore the health benefits that this 5000-year-old homeopathic practice has to offer you.
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LESLIE FLYNN, AYURVEDA HEALTH COACH
The founder of Blue Mountain Sanctuary, Leslie Flynn is deeply drawn to the wisdom of Ayurveda and is passionately offering Ayurveda's natural healing therapies in North Carolina and surrounding communities.
"I help my clients not just feel better; they feel exceptional because I customize their journey to optimal health. I guide them to an extraordinary wellness experience - from reigniting relationships to restoring energy for new adventures. I help my clients create the life they dare to imagine."
Leslie was born a native Californian however is tickled to be living her dream, to live and work in beautiful North Carolina. She serves clients in Graham, but she's always had a affinity for the mountains and is preparing a future site nestled between the Smokey and Blue Ridge Mountains near Asheville.
Leslie has two lovely grown daughters, Leilani and Cesca, and resides in Graham with her retired 'golf' hubby Mike. Most importantly, Leslie is here to serve Carolina communities with the 5000-year old proven practices of natural and healthy-living through Ayurveda.
Contact Leslie today to find out about Blue Mountain Sanctuary's Summer to Fall Special!
- Ayurveda Health Practitioner (AHP), 2016
- Clinical Ayurveda Therapy (CAT), 2014
- Ayurveda Health Educator (AHE), 2013
- Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) Yoga Alliance Member since 2008
- Seven Spiritual Laws of Yoga, 2012
- Chair Yoga RYT, 2012
- Ashtanga Yoga RYT, 2010
- Hatha Yoga RYT, 2008
Ayurveda (ah-yer-vey-duh) is an ancient alternative medical treatment system of natural holistic medicine for healing, prolonging life, and improving health & wellness, It seeks to identify individual imbalances, address specific health issues, and lifestyle habits in diet, exercise, and sleep. Ayurveda utilizes natural herbs, aromas, meditation, and Ayurvedic services to improve your health, happiness, and harmony within the mind and body.
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Ayurveda is Homeopathic Healing to restore your health and refresh your spirit
"The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will interest his or her patients in the care of the human frame, in a proper diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease." - Thomas Edison