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Ayurvedic Consultation

Ayurveda offers a brilliant repertoire of practices to promote vibrant health throughout the year.


Explore Ayurvedic daily routines (Dinacharya) and you'll awaken, like the world around you!

  • What is your elemental constitution and how that influences everything

  • Why cleansing is so important

  • How to strengthen your Agni (digestive fire)

  • Dry brushing, Abhyanga (self massage),Snehana (oil therapy), Asana (yoga), Nasya (nasal cleansing), Pranayama (breath work), diet and much more.

Contact the Spa for more information. 



Holistic Nutritional Counseling

The principle function of a Registered Holistic Nutritionist is to educate individuals about the benefits and health impact of optimal nutrition. Holistic Nutritionists guide their clients toward improved health by balancing body systems, working with clients to identify and help correct nutritional deficiencies. Holistic nutrition involves the awareness of the inter-relationship of the mind, body, and spirit. The importance of addressing these interactive factors which are unique to the individual.

  • Holistic nutritional counseling

  • Cleansing / Detoxification

  • Weight management programs (loss or gain)

  • Healthy lifestyle programs to help you incorporate healthier choices into your life

  • Promoting a natural way to optimize health and wellness.

Explore the benefits of optimal nutrition through a program customized by our registered holistic nutritionist.


Initial consultation (90 minutes)    $120.00

Followup sessions & support (60 minutes)      $75.00

Yoga Therapy

Yoga therapy is a self empowering process where the care seeker, with the help of the yoga therapist, implements a personalized evolving yoga practice. The personalized practice will include an appropriate selection of tools from among the wide range of possibilities Yoga has to offer. It is a multi dimensional approach which includes physical, energetic, mental, behavioral, and emotional.

Some of the most important tools of Yoga are:

  • Postures (asanas)

  • Breath Regulation (pranayama)

  • Meditation (dhyanam)

  • Dietary Choices (ahara-niyama)

  • Chanting (mantra)

  • Visualizations/Affirmations (bhavana)

  • Symbolic Gestures (nyasa)

  • Guided Self-Inquiry (svadhyaya)

What is the difference between yoga class and yoga therapy session?

A general Yoga class focuses on teaching Yoga practices, either in a group or private setting, as a means to explore and create a positive relationship with your body/breath/mind/emotions. You could practise for short term (sometimes a single class) or long term.

However, Yoga Therapy sessions, which is only relevant in an individualized setting, focuses on alleviating your specific illness, reducing symptoms, helping manage disease and improving quality of life. The attention required in the Yoga therapy session is more intense and almost always involves multiple sessions.


Contact Rachel Feddes ( for further information.

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