Ayurvedic spices therapy
Ayurveda is a complete and traditional system of medicine and healing modality which originated in India.

Ayurveda, translates as the Science of Life (Ayur means Life, Veda means science or knowledge).  It is a complete and traditional system of medicine and healing modality which originated in India. The emphasis in Ayurveda is on prevention of disease and illness through correct knowledge and practise of Dinacharya (daily routine) and Ritucharya (Seasonal routine) as well as knowledge of one’s own Prakruti (unique inherent constitution) and how to maintain its balance. Ayurveda prescribes herbal remedies, external body treatments, diet and lifestyle advice and yoga and meditation, all of which are designed to address the root cause of presenting imbalances in order to restore equilibrium.

YOUR PRACTITIONER

Sara Hennessy (MSc Herbal Medicine, Yoga Alliance UK, Ayurveda Therapist (APA), LLB (hons) Dip L.P.)

Sara is a qualified Medical Herbalist, Ayurvedic Therapist and Yoga and Meditation Teacher.

Following a year of travel in India, learning various traditions of Yoga and Ayurveda, Sara returned to the UK to train as a yoga teacher, completing a one-year course with the Classical Yoga School. Her teaching career began in 2013, alongside a job in the oldest continually existing herbalist in the UK, where she worked alongside a number of well-respected Medical Herbalists and Alternative medicine practitioners.  This experience provided her with a valuable insight in to a wide range of healing traditions and practices and inspired her to embark on a full-time MSc in Herbal Medicine.

She has been studying Ayurveda formally and informally for almost a decade, both in India and the UK. She began her studies with the College of Ayurveda UK before travelling to India to continue studies in Yoga and Ayurveda in South India and for the past two years has been working in a busy Ayurvedic clinic alongside an Ayurvedic Doctor from Kerala, to deepen her knowledge and experience of Ayurveda, as an Ayurvedic Therapist and Yoga Teacher.

She is an Executive Committee Member of the Ayurvedic Professionals Association, a member of the Endobiogenic Medicine Society and the President of the Complementary & Alternative Medicine Academic Society (CAMAS) at Middlesex University.


Ayurvedic Nutrition and Lifestyle Consultation

£50

60 min

£60

90 min


Ayurvedic Full Body Massage - Body rejuvenation therapy

Full body massage with Ayurvedic medicated herbal oils which are selected according to a person’s constitution and any presenting imbalances.  The treatment assists with revitalising the whole body, reducing stress and mental tension, alleviating aches and pains and improving muscle tone and flexibility of the joints. As a whole-body treatment, it is designed to relax the body and mind, releasing blockages to the free flow of energy or prana, in order to restore harmonious functioning to all of the body systems.

£60

60 minutes

£75

75 minutes

£90

90 minutes


Marma Abhyanga

£60

60 minutes

£75

75 minutes 

£90

90 minutes


Ayurvedic Massage for Yogis

£60

60 minutes

£75

75 minutes

£90

90 minutes


Ayurvedic Back, Neck and Shoulder Massage

£45

45 Minutes


Shiroabyanga or Ayurvedic Head Massage

£45

45 minutes


Ayurvedic Abdominal Massage

£45

45 minute


Pada Abhyanga (Foot/Leg Mass

£40

30 minutes


To arrange an appointment please contact Sara directly on  s_hennessy86@hotmail.com or 07711923885.