Ayurveda and Massage

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Meet Dr. Priya Sangwan


Hi!, I’m Dr. Priya Sangwan

I am a practitioner of the ancient healing sciences of Ayurveda, yoga, and massage. Growing up in India I was fortunate to be surrounded by a family that believed in natural remedies and traditional herbs. Whenever I fell ill as a child, my grandpa would consult his book on medicinal plants, which had been passed down through generations. This early exposure sparked my interest in learning about herbs and their medicinal properties from both my family and the local community.

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✔ Bachelor of ayurveda medicine and surgery (BAM&S 2018)
✔ Certified Yoga Teacher – 200 hrs. 2019
✔ Registered Massage Therapist (R.M.T.) 2022
✔ Buccal facial massage 2023
✔ Lymphatic drainage massage 2023
✔ Nadi Pariksha (Pulse assessment) Certification- 2023
✔ Standard First Aid Level C, CPR, AED certifications are renewed every 3 yrs.

Meet James Markos


Hello, I’m James Markos.
I am a registered massage therapist and certified personal trainer. My journey into the world of health and wellness began by overcoming chronic pain in my shoulders and lower back from weightlifting and poor posture. I became a personal trainer and dove deep into the study of movement and rehabilitation. A client of mine introduced me to massage therapy and I started to study it in my free time. I began incorporating massage into my personal training sessions, achieving great results for clients dealing with pain.
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✔ Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) 2022
✔ ACE Certified Personal Trainer - 2017
✔ NKT Level 1 Certified - 2019
✔ Human Movement Specialist - 2019
✔ Standard First Aid Level C, CPR, AED certifications are renewed every 3 yrs.

  • Digestion

    Good digestion is extremely important in Ayurveda for maintaining overall wellness. When we eat, our body breaks down the food and uses the nutrients to create the building blocks of our body known as “the essence of food”. In addition to physical digestion, we also need to digest our thoughts, experiences, and emotions for our well-being. Having the appropriate amount of input and adequate time to process it is crucial for a calm mind and steady nervous system.

  • Fatigue

    In Ayurveda, fatigue is linked to an imbalance of the Kapha dosha – one of the three energies that regulate the body’s functioning. Excessive Kapha can lead to feelings of sluggishness and lethargy, which are typical symptoms of fatigue. People with a dominant Kapha body type may be more susceptible to experiencing fatigue due to their tendency towards inactivity. Ayurvedic remedies and lifestyle adjustments can help restore Kapha balance and alleviate fatigue

  • Pain

    VATA dosha is responsible for every movement and action in the body. The hindrance in VATA flow leads to the pain.

    VATA is energy belongs to the Vacuum and Air elements. It is present in the hollow organs, nerves, blood vessels, all other body channels. If pain appears in any disease, it indicates the involvement of VATA humor. Ayurveda can help in all kind of pains ranging from periods, back pain, knee pain or headaches

  • Detoxification

    Ayurveda advocates for regular detoxification of the body to maintain good health and prevent disease. The process of detoxification, known as Panchakarma, involves various techniques such as massage, herbal treatments, and dietary modifications to remove toxins from the body. Panchakarma aims to balance the three doshas and restore the body’s natural state of equilibrium. The detoxification process can help improve digestion, boost the immune system, and enhance mental clarity. Ayurveda recommends undergoing Panchakarma at least once a year, preferably during seasonal changes, to maintain optimal health and well-being.

  • Women's Health

    Ayurveda offers a holistic approach to women’s health, recognizing the unique physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of women. According to Ayurveda, women’s health is closely linked to the balance of their reproductive system, which is governed by the doshas. Hormonal imbalances, stress, and poor lifestyle choices can all lead to disruptions in the health of hairs, skin and reproductive system and result in health issues such as menstrual irregularities, fertility problems, and menopausal symptoms. Ayurveda offers natural remedies and lifestyle modifications to support women’s health, including herbal remedies, dietary adjustments, and stress management techniques. By promoting balance and harmony in the body, Ayurveda can help women achieve optimal health and well-being at every stage of life.

  • Stress

    Ayurveda and yoga offer holistic approaches to managing stress and promoting mental wellness. Ayurveda identifies stress as an imbalance of the doshas, and recommends a combination of lifestyle modifications, herbal remedies, and dietary adjustments to restore balance and alleviate stress. Similarly, yoga offers a range of practices, including asanas (postures), pranayama (breathing exercises), and meditation, to promote relaxation and reduce stress. By addressing the root cause of stress and supporting the body’s natural healing processes, Ayurveda and yoga offer effective tools for managing stress and achieving optimal mental health.


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