Embrace Ancient Wisdom for Modern Healing.
Ayurveda, an ancient medical system from India, has been nurturing holistic health for thousands of years. Rooted in the profound belief that wellness arises from harmony within ourselves and with the environment, Ayurveda offers a unique approach to health and healing.
Dr. Nahir Luna, a distinguished figure in the realm of holistic health and Ayurveda, brings a unique blend of scientific knowledge and traditional wisdom to her practice. With a background in health sciences and a passion for natural and integrative medicine, Dr. Luna has dedicated her career to exploring and promoting the benefits of Ayurveda in contemporary healthcare.
Āyurvedic medicine provides a deep understanding of a wide range of common conditions along with instructions and guidance for prevention and management. People come to have an Ayurvedic consultation for various reasons: from enhancing vitality, to being confused about what to eat, or having chronic ailments. Ayurveda’s unique insights can lead someone back to awareness of true health, deeper wellness and balance in all dimensions of life.
Or are you just looking to gain an overall health assessment, learn more about your imbalances and basic constitution from an Ayurvedic perspective, have a general interest in what breath work and meditation can do for you? The individualized healthcare plan our students create for you can guide you to be more independent in balancing body, mind and consciousness.
Please note the following information: The Ayurvedic Institute’s Clinic is not an emergency medical facility, nor does it include medical diagnosis or medical treatment and is not a substitute for medical care. Ayurveda is currently a form of complementary and alternative medicine in the United States. It is not licensed in the United States as a medical discipline or practice. All services and treatments provided are complementary or alternatives to healthcare services provided by licensed healthcare practitioners.
For medical emergencies, please call 9-1-1 or your doctor immediately.