Ayurvedic Medicine, Ayurvedic Marmar Massage, Kriya Kalpa (Eye Treatments) Ayurvedic Food and Lifestyle Consultant, Diabetes 2 management, and Digestion.
Counselling and Meditation
PGDip Ayurvedic Medicine
BSc (Hons) Complementary Studies and Sciences: Ayurveda
Member of Ayurvedic Practitioners Association (APA)
As an experienced Ayurvedic practitioner, Ranjan has gone through a thorough training over 5 years in the UK with 3 months placement in Ayurvedic Hospitals, India to gain her 1200 hours of clinical practice, as well as training at Middlesex University clinics. In her previous company, Natural Health Food Company she dedicated her time, and energy to working with properties of certain foods to enable coliacs to have delicious meals that would heal as well as taste good. She worked with Made in Cumbria, promoting her specialist foods.
Ranjan has grown up with Ayurveda as it was used daily by her parents, and for many years used as first aid treatment.
She used Ayurvedic interventions on herself when she suffered with psorasis, and diabetes 2, and saw practical proof of healing with gentle herbs, dietary changes, meditation and yoga.
Ayurvedic therapies are very close to Ranjan’s lifestyle, promoting rejuvenation, longevity and pleasure in life.
Understanding the inner spiritual powers that are hidden in the self, and the ability to ‘heal thy self’ exists for each human being,
Ranjan enables individuals to heal naturally, recover, sustain and rejuvenate mind body and spirit with highly personalised regimen.
Ayurveda holds many keys to unlocking the ancient methods of treatments and lifestyle. They are simple in application, universal, yet make a profound difference to everyday life, enabling living to be a pleasure, a gift of joy.
First consultation requires a thorough analysis of working out your personal constitution, together with past and present personal and family history, as well as your present life style. Once these are discussed we move forward to establising a treatment plan that best suits, this may include simple dietary amendments, massage or other Ayurvedic therapies, yoga, meditation and herbs. Whatever the combination of treatment needed, Ayurveda has been around for 5000 years, and is well established world wide.