Improve your energy, immunity, digestion, sleep and more! Visit includes:
* Detailed medical history taking to get a clear idea of the causative factors involved.
* Focused Ayurvedic evaluation of your pulse, tongue, eyes, skin and nails.
* Evaluation of Ayurvedic Mind-Body Type (Prakruti) and imbalances (Vikruti).
* Ayurvedic Health Plan may include Diet, Health Routine, Herbs, Yoga and Meditation.
Ann Wagoner, M.A., is a Certified Ayurvedic Practitioner and Registered Yoga Teacher. Ayurveda is the 5,000 year old science of life that teaches us how to balance our Dosha — our unique type — that is a mix of Vata, Pitta and Kapha. For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 503-890-2105. Consultations available at Yoga Pearl, 925 NW Davis Street, Portland, OR 97209. For appointment scheduling call 503-525-9642.
Ann Wagoner researched Ayurvedic treatments and herbs for the prevention of Cancer recurrence with the Mount Madonna Institute College of Ayurveda. She is a member of NAMA, the National Ayurvedic Medical Association, as well as Yoga Alliance. She weaves together Ayurveda and Yoga, two sister sciences, to expand our mind, body and consciousness. Ann also has a B.A. In Philosophy and a M.A. In Liberal Studies from New York University.
Ann has trained with many Doctors of Ayurveda from India and Nepal (BAMS), including Dr. Vasant Lad, Dr. R. H. Singh, Dr. Sarita Shrestha, Dr. Vivek Shanbhag, Dr. Hari Pallathery, Dr. P.H. Kulkarni, Dr. John Douillard and Dr. Shekhar Annambhotla among others. Ann has also studied yoga and Patanjali’s yoga sutras extensively with Rama Jyoti Vernon, founder of Yoga Journal magazine. Ann was trained in the ISHTA style of yoga with Alan Finger in New York City. She teaches Yoga at Portland Therapeutic Yoga on Thursdays as well as offering consultations there.
Ann has taught Ayurvedic workshops at Portland Therapeutic Yoga, Yoga Pearl, Harmony Yoga, Belmont Yoga and Yoga Bhoga, and she teaches healthy Ayurvedic Cooking Classes at People’s Food Co-op. Her Ayurvedic recipes are based on locally grown food in the Pacific Northwest from the 47th Avenue Farm.