Your home for Individualized Ayurvedic Medicine Consultations
Ayurveda is a natural and preventative form of medicine that targets the root cause of disease by not only treating the disorder but by eliminating problems before they arise.
Since Ayurveda approaches every person uniquely and individually, each consultation will vary based on the needs of the patient.
Amita begins with the 3 methods of diagnosis: Pulse (Nadi Vigyan), Intake Questions (Prashanna) and Physical Examination (Darshan). From there, a conversation will begin regarding health concerns and inquiries.
Amita will help create a plan of Diet, Herbs and Lifestyle recommendations based on both the root cause and symptoms presented. The consultation is a conversation where both the practitioner and patient can meet together in a way that is beneficial and practical for maximum results.
Initial visits are generally 1.5 hours.
Followups range from 30 mins to 1 hour.
New patient visits – $225 USD
Follow up visits – $135 USD
6 and 12 visit packages are available for existing patients
We accept cash, checks, Visa, Mastercard, Discover, Paypal, Venmo and HSA cards.
*Sliding scale and payments options are available.
The preference is an in-person consultation so that pulse-diagnosis can be used to help determine what is going on in the body. Since Ayurveda utilizes other methods of diagnosis, Amita offers consultation in the following ways:
In Person in
Durango, CO, USA
Facetime Consultations (for Apple users)
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In India, from the ancient language of Sanskrit, the word Ayurveda is literally translated as the Science of lifespan. It originates as far back as 5000 years and is believed to be the oldest healing science in existence.
Ayurveda focuses on diet, digestion & nutrition according to each individual, unique in their physical, mental & emotional characteristics, to help restore the body. Through the 5 fundamental elements in nature (earth, water, fire, air & ether) we can understand the human body in 3 basic principles.