Ayurveda (ancient Sanskrit) translates as “knowledge of life”. It is knowledge that gives us guidelines for health and longetivity. It is one of the oldest forms of medicine known in existence and originated from the Indian Subcontinent. Ayurveda is an ancient medical science that pertains to the concepts of universal interconnectedness, the body's constitution (prakriti), life forces (doshas) and more. Treatments consist of internal purification, other treatments, herbal and other substance remedies, nutrition and lifestyle guidelines, and yoga. Ayurveda is recognised as a Traditional Medicine System by the World Health Organization and Ayurveda is gaining in global recognition and respect. It is also being researched and backed by increasing scientific evidence as well as being upgraded, as has been the tradition since the beginning. The only downside to actual Ayurveda is it's commercialization and presentation in New Age Culture. An important essence of an Ayurvedic practitioner, known in Sanskrit as ‘Vaidya’, is to facilitate a person ‘to revive or to return’ to his or her state of ‘inherit natural balance’.  Ayurvedic wisdom is simple, gentle, loving and down to earth.

Aasiya is an Ayurvedic clinical practitioner (vaidya or hakeema), lecturer and author while Ayurveda has always been a part of her life as her ancestral heritage. Daughter of a retired ambassador, she comes from a lineage of medical professionals and her grandfather was also a well-known and well-established practitioner. After completion of her MBA, Cambridge CELTA, Aasiya devoted much time at the turn of the millennium, 2000 onwards, embracing the essentials of Ayurveda from her heritage, followed several courses in Yoga, Meditation and especially Ayurveda and completed her formal Bachelor's study at the Eisra AGN Institute in the Netherlands which is affiliated with Gujarat Medical University of India in 2009. As part of her study, she completed her internship in India. She has also been interested in other forms of natural and indigenous medicines. For consultations, treatments, lectures, messages or enquiries email to [email protected]