The aim of Ayurveda is to achieve and maintain perfect health of the individual, the society and the environment by living responsibly and harmoniously with nature and its natural rhythms.More details
"If you live in London and need some deep and powerful hands on bodywork, do yourself a favour and look up Sankar Kavirajan who is a practitioner of ancient Ayurvedic massage techniques. Having referred many of my former yoga students to Shankart, I can personally vouch for his skill, knowledge and integrity. He comes from a lineage of Ayurvedic practitioners."
Tony Susnjara - founder of Fluid Form Hath Yoga
“I broke the top of my humerus bone and tore ligaments in what is called an Avulsion fracture at the end of May half way into my Yogacampus teacher training. I can now say that my arm is 90% healed. I wanted to thank my friends and healers that helped me, Scott L H Bridges, who gave me electro acupuncture and chinese herbs and a listening ear to help with the pain and healing, Sue Step a wonderful sacral osteopath who suggested taking Traumeel s homeopathic remedy for breaks and injuries, also you can get the cream to put directly on the injury, Sankar Kavirajan for supplying me with Ayurvedic medicine and herbal oils for mending bones, Murivenna and Gandha Thailam , to the wonderful team of trainees at Yogacampus yoga therapy sessions for giving me some routine that I could manage while I could not use my arm, The Helios Centre for all their support, and subsidised treatments, The NHS physio department, North London Buddhist centre for there courses in Mindfulness meditation and most of all my dear partner and friend who looked after me and helps me stay grounded, Michael Ormiston. Sorry if I forgot anyone!!!”
Candida Valentino - Massage therapist