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At Prajna Wellness, we understand that everyone is a unique individual, and as a result, we offer lifestyle and wellness counselling that is right for you and your body type in accordance with the principles of Ayurveda.

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Meditation is an ancient practice with a myriad of modern applications and benefits. Beyond helping you ground and relax, meditation promotes flow states, better relationships, and spiritual satisfaction. Yogis have been practicing dhyana (meditation) for millennia. Get an expert insight here on meditation and its symbiotic relationship to yoga. The miracle of meditation is no secret. Research shows that meditating can reduce stress, alleviate anxiety and depression, increase your attention span, and deepen your compassion for others, among its many other benefits. Bring an open mind and heart. All levels are welcome.

Ayurvedic Herbal Remedies

Learn how to use your kitchen as a pharmacy to improve your health and prevent imbalances with natural and simple home remedies. You need energy and good health to achieve your amazing potential. What you eat and how you live provide you with the fuel to keep motivated, strong and positive. Regardless of your age, physical condition, or occupation, Ayurvedic Herbal Remedies & Natural Cures is your perfect companion when you need quick and natural remedies for common health alignments. All remedies taught in the classes are natural, Ayurvedic and commonly available. Bring an open mind and heart. All levels are welcome.

Ayurveda Cooking

Ayurveda is the world's oldest health system and the sister science of yoga. According to ayurveda, there are three doshas, or mind-body types: vata, pitta and kapha. Vata is the airy dosha; pitta is the fiery dosha; kapha is the earthy dosha. The way each dosha shows up has to do with their elements. If you have an organized kitchen and your ingredients handy, cooking an Ayurvedic meal can be simple and fun, taking about 15-20 minutes to prepare and 25-45 minutes to cook. In this class you will learn a home-cooked Ayurvedic meal that is nutritious and fresh. Bring an open mind and heart. All levels are welcome.

At Prajna wellness our goal is to empower each individual to create a balanced physical mental and spiritual health that is in complete harmony with nature.

We are committed to helping our clients by empowering them to take personal responsibility for their physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health through the wisdom of Ayurveda.


Your health matters as health is a process and not a state.

“Yatha Pinde tatha Bramhande”
meaning as is the microcosm so is the macrocosm

You’re invited to embark on a journey into the world of traditional Indian medicine, or Ayurveda, the most well-documented ancient holistic health care system for over 5,000 years. Discover your innate potential for wellness and learn the common sense tools you need to maintain health in all facets of living – mind, body and spirit.

We offer traditional Ayurvedic services, including health 101 consultations, lifestyle guidance, Ayurvedic organic cooking classes and herbal remedies personalized to your unique constitutional needs.

Everyone loves massages, but few of us get them nearly enough. However, you can receive all the benefits of a massage – plus more – without spending a dime on a masseuse. How, you may be wondering? Abhyanga self-oil massage. Abhyanga comes from Ayurveda, the world’s oldest health system and sister science of yoga, focused on mind-body balance. Want to learn more about what Abhyanga is and it’s benefits? Book for 101 consultation with us.


Our multi-disciplinary holistic approach to healing leads to Less pain, better mobility & a higher quality of life while achieving whole-body wellness all under one roof. Our certified Ayurvedic practitioner will support you in discovering your personalized natural health solutions, whether you wish to address mild concerns or seek support for an advanced condition.

Discover how you can ignite your innate healing power for improved energy, balance and peace.

Do you know your dosha? Take the quiz and find out your Ayurvedic mind-body type and what it means for wellness.

What is Ayurveda?

Ayurveda, which literally means "The Science of Life," is the healing science from India. It has been practiced for over 5,000 years by millions of individuals to assist the body in journeying back to optimal health.

Ayurveda is based on the ancient knowledge that we all have three Doshas (elemental based energies) which reside in our bodies in varying degrees. When a person is in a healthy state, these Doshas are balanced in a harmonious, energetic tune that reflects the natural state of our bodies. In order to understand our natural, healthy state of being, we must understand our Ayurvedic body type. Vata, Pitta and Kapha are these body types--or the three doshas, or humours--of Ayurveda.

Ayurveda describes the beneficial, nonbeneficial, happy and unhappy aspects of life. Health is defined as the state of equilibrium of dosha (humours), agni (digestive juices, enzymes and hormones), dhatu (tissues) and the normal excretion of mala (waste materials), along with a happy state of atma (soul), indriya (sensory and motor organs), and manas (mind). Ayurveda is a Sanskrit word derived from ayuh (life) and veda (knowledge), and is also known as the “science of life”.


How The Right Tea Can Balance Your Life?

Ayurvedic tea is a key component of the ancient Ayurvedic holistic healthcare practice, which was developed in India about 5,000 years ago to help people achieve optimal health, energy and balance in life.

What exactly do we mean by Ayurvedic Teas?

Ayurvedic tea is a key component of the ancient Ayurvedic holistic healthcare practice, which was developed in India about 5,000 years ago to help people achieve optimal health, energy and balance in life.

Ayurvedic Teas are carefully crafted caffeine-free herbal teas that help to balance one’s doshas. They help to regulate and balance vata, pitta, and kapha doshas. The biggest benefits of drinking Ayurvedic tea is that it detoxify your body. Its special ingredients can balance any kind of dosha whether it is vata, pita or kapha. Depending on the mix of botanticals, drinking an Ayurvedic blend can help enhance energy, promote emotional well-being, aid digestion, cleanse the body, calm nerves, or provide other types of health benefits

Take this short quiz to discover your dosha and how our teas can help you find balance. Come experience the power of tea at our center.



At Prajna Wellness our teas combine organic herbs, plants, fruits and spices. Depending on the mix of herbs and spices, drinking an Ayurvedic blend can help enhance energy, promote emotional well-being, aid digestion, cleanse the body, calm nerves, or provide other types of health benefits. To enjoy these tea, start fresh with a new batch each morning and sip throughout the day. Our new line of natural teas have been lovingly crafted with delicious organic herbs and spices with each of doshas in mind.


Gut Acting Up?

Do You Ever Feel Like You’re the Only One Who Suffers With Your Symptoms?

In Ayurveda, agni (fire) is viewed as the source of life. It’s literally the gatekeeper of good health and a metaphor for all metabolic functions in the body. Everything you eat is looked upon as an offering to agni — and what’s a more potent, direct offering than food? What you eat can nourish and strengthen this fire, boosting your digestive system — or it can smother it, leading to an impaired, weakened, or imbalanced agni.

According to Ayurveda, harmful foods, such as fried foods, processed meats, and very cold foods, can create undigested residue that forms toxins, or in Ayurvedic terms “ama.” Ama is described as the root cause of disease. Do you want to learn more about the gut health? Click here.


A Mindful Menopause
with Ayurveda

Practicing conscious awareness and following simple Ayurvedic guidelines will help to bring about a healthy balance during the tremendous changes of menopause.

Menopause is a natural transition. When a woman's body begins to age, estrogen production declines and a natural decrease in ovarian function occurs. According to Ayurveda this is a very important and special time in a woman's life - a time of transition from one phase of life into another and a time that, if possible, should be cherished and celebrated. Want to learn how Ayurveda can relieve symptoms of menopause? Book for *101 consultation with us.


An Ayurvedic Guide to Breast Health

From an Ayurvedic point of view, our doshic constitution is the orchestrator behind our physique, including our breast type. Vata people tend to have less meda dhatu and thus smaller breasts, whereas kapha people tend to have larger breasts corresponding with their meda dhatu. Our vikriti, or current state of balance, will also have an impact on what our breasts may look like and what changes we may notice today.

Learn the Healing Art of Abhyanga : An Ayurvedic Self-Massage

Massage the breasts daily. This is the very best thing we can do for our breasts. Massage is effective at moving lymph. Abhyanga is the anointing of the body with oil. Often infused with herbs and usually warm, the oil is massaged into the entire body before bathing. It can be beneficial for maintaining health and is used therapeutically for certain disorders. Abhyanga can be incorporated into a routine appropriate for almost everyone. The Sanskrit word sneha means both “oil” and “love,” and the effects of abhyanga are similar to being saturated with love. Both experiences can give a deep feeling of stability, warmth and comfort. Sneha—oil and love—is sukshma, or “subtle.” This allows it to pass through minute channels in the body and penetrate deep layers of tissue. Want to learn more about what Abhyanga and other Ayurvedic breast care practices , Book for 101 consultation with us.

If you do not know your constitution or current state of balance, our Ayurvedic Profile quiz is designed to help you identify both.