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Welcome to Health for Life at Ayurveda TLC

I post new information and articles at regular intervals. Watch for updates and new pages! The older news items are still available, as separate pages, just search the Topics for links.  

Whats on at Ayurveda TLC: This year there are weekend workshops (see below) and Yoga classes, plus consults and therapy sessions (see Services pages)

New Bushflower essence.( see Bush flower essences )

Mountain correa (Correa lawrenceana var. glandulifera)

This is a low growing bush with long green/cream bell shaped flowers, fused petals, 2-3cm long, it is Fuchsia-like. Hairy dark green leaves are lighter very hairy on the paler undersides. A cold weather plant, it glows with buttery flowers and bright leaves.

This is a yin and yang essence, it balances right and left sides of the body, aids both action and meditation.

Yoga classes:

Yin classes: Tuesday nights at Spotswood, 7.30 to 8.30 pm. Small classes, aimed at developing your home practice. Booking essential as space is limited.

Monday afternoons 2-3 pm also available for yin or private Hatha classes.

  

  

Email me at for bookings or phone 0419221956. 

  

Workshops in 2018  

Reiki shares and training are held at Woodend, St Andrews Church, Forest Drive. 

Contact me if interested

   

Ayurveda TLC (Tender Loving Care) aims to use the best features of both Western and Ayurvedic herbal therapy to promote lifelong physical and spiritual health.

My motto is “Health for Life”, to help you heal yourself for long-term health and enhanced quality of life. 

  

Western herbal medicine    

Many herbal remedies are purchased over the counter, from supermarkets, pharmacies and health food shops, and there is strong community support for their use. However, expert knowledge in the preparation of individual prescriptions for specific problems, with know-how on the combination of prescription drugs and herbs, can dramatically improve the effectiveness of herbal therapy.

Many Western herbal therapies have now been tested in clinical

trials and shown to be effective in treating chronic conditions such as depression, diabetes, arthritis and allergy.

  

Ayurvedic therapy

Ayurveda uses yoga and herbs from an ancient Indian health care system.

Ayurvedic herbs are appearing in Western herbal preparations, but are often used without an understanding of the Ayurvedic applications. My training provides an ability to use Indian and Western herbs together for maximum benefit.

Please note that I am an Ayurvedic therapist, trained in massage and body metabolism analysis. I can prescribe herbs and can recommend yoga and diet and lifestyle changes, but I am not an Ayurvedic medical practitioner (that takes 6 years of medical training). My therapies complement both Ayurvedic and Western medical methods, but do not replace other therapies (see Therapy). 

If you have a serious medical condition and are looking for a medical practitioner sympathetic to alternative therapies, I suggest you contact the National Institute for Integrative Medicine (see Links page)  

   

 

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Patricia Lesley Mottram

 BSc, Dip Ed, PhD (Medical Biology/ Immunology), 

Grad. Dip. Health Science (Herbal Medicine)

AAIM Ayurveda Therapy Intensive Course (Sri Lanka)

Reiki Master (Usui System) 

Pellowah practitioner

Yoga teacher (VIYETT) 

Yoga therapist (AAYT Certificate)

Bush Flower Essences Practitioner

  

Located at

Ayurveda TLC

206A Hall St, 

Spotswood Vic 3015

and

Maiaveda,

Upstairs at The Mill, 18 Piper St, Kynton

Home:

35 Bushman's Crescent 

Drummond North, Vic 3446  

  

Health for life: the Blue Iris    

The Iris logo links plants and medicine, and includes the motto “Health for Life”, to promote the aim of a healthy life style as a life-long achievement.

The "Health for Life" motto was inspired by the "Research for Life" motto of the Austin Research Institute (ARI), Melbourne and the iris symbol used by the ARI (thanks to Dr Bruce Wines, Mrs Alison McKenzie and Ms Jane Kemp).