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Ayurveda and Body Weight

Balancing the mind, body, and spirit

A Holistic Vision of Health

Health is more than the absence of disease; it's a balanced, dynamic state of body, mind and spirit. Ayurveda promotes ideal body mass through a holistic approach that takes into account individual constitution or metabolism, digestion, lifestyle and emotional well-being. 

Through these strategies, Ayurveda aims to cultivate balance, vitality and overall well-being, encouraging a healthy relationship with food.


The Pillars of Ayurveda

The basics of Ayurvedic treatment


Customized Diet Plans

Ayurveda emphasizes the importance of individualized dietary recommendations based on one's body type, digestive capacity (agni), and current imbalances. Dietary guidelines focus on incorporating whole, unprocessed foods that are appropriate for your dosha and avoiding foods that aggravate your constitution. Additionally, eating mindfully, in a calm environment, and in moderation is encouraged to support healthy digestion and weight management.


Lifestyle Modifications

Ayurveda emphasizes the importance of maintaining a balanced lifestyle to support overall health and well-being. This includes establishing a regular daily routine (Dinacharya), getting adequate sleep, managing stress through practices like meditation and yoga, and incorporating regular exercise appropriate for your dosha.


Herbal Remedies

Ayurvedic herbs are used to support digestion, metabolism, and weight loss. Triphala, Guggulu, Turmeric, and Ginger are among the herbs commonly used to aid digestion, reduce inflammation, and support metabolic function. Herbal formulations may be tailored to address specific imbalances contributing to weight issues.


Mind-Body Practices

Emotional eating and stress can contribute to weight issues. Ayurveda incorporates mind-body practices such as meditation, deep breathing exercises (pranayama), and mindfulness techniques to help manage stress, promote emotional balance, and cultivate a healthy relationship with food.

Get a Certified Practitioner

Graduate of Kerala Ayurveda University in California - active member of NAMA (National Ayurvedic Medical Association), and from the EIVS in Switzerland (European Institute of Vedic Studies) with Vaidya Atreya Smith, I have more than 1600 hours of training that I continue today in Ayurvedic herbal medicine.


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Aurore Sevestre, Ayurvedic practitioner recommended by Médoucine

Gradual, Sustainable Changes

Ayurveda emphasizes making gradual, sustainable changes over time rather than resorting to quick-fix solutions. By focusing on long-term lifestyle modifications and addressing the root causes of weight issues, Ayurveda supports lasting weight management and overall well-being.


In-Office or Remote Consultations

In Paris at 30 rue de Charonne in the 11th arrondissement

Tuesday to Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Ayurveda is a traditional medicine recognized by the WHO

The Timeless Wisdom of Ayurveda for your Well-Being

Ayurveda is more than just a system of medicine; it's a way of life that has been practiced for thousands of years in India. 


In my practice, I blend traditional Ayurvedic principles with modern insights to offer personalized wellness solutions tailored to your unique constitution, or Prakriti.


Whether you're struggling with chronic health issues, seeking balance in your busy life, or simply curious about Ayurveda's potential to enhance your well-being, I'm here to support you on your journey.

Get in touch to schedule a consultation and take the first step toward a healthier, happier you.

Lisa Bonoure, Zurich

"Aurore’s approach is holistic, very professional, but also very gentle."

Antoine de Thélin, Paris

"I particularly appreciated his clarity, his professionalism and his ability to create an environment conducive to understanding and support."

Julie Lebert, Bézier

"I recommend Aurore for her gentleness, her expertise and her valuable advice to find harmony with who I am."
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