Why Ayurveda?

Danica serves as an Ayurvedic Practitioner, teaching and training people to live a healthier, more balanced holistic lifestyle.

Ayurveda is the 5,000-year-old art of natural healthy living. It is an approach to disease prevention and health preservation that establishes harmony and balance through diet/nutrition, yoga, meditation, natural therapies, and a nourishing daily routine. Ayurveda heals the body as a whole rather than simply putting a Band-Aid over symptoms that may have their root deep inside the body’s system.

Danica’s interest in holistic healing began as a result of her attempt to treat her then four-month-old son’s chronic earaches and eczema. After many months of traditional western medical methods failed to improve his condition, Danica decided to treat him using natural remedies, which resulted in curing the underlying causes of his maladies and alleviating all his symptoms. This early success started Danica on the path to discovering the benefits of the holistic Ayurvedic approach to wellness.

Danica believes in empowering others by teaching them how to access and use Ayurveda’s tools to transform, awaken, and enrich the body and mind and return one’s physical and mental health to its natural state of balance.

Ayurveda (eye-yer-vay-duh) is a leading alternative medicine and the art of natural healthy living. “Ayur” (life) “Veda” (knowledge) is commonly described as the science of health, awareness, and self-realization. It is one of the oldest holistic healing systems originating about 5,000 years ago.

Known as a complete wellness system, Ayurveda is a nature-based personalized approach to health, and understanding of your unique mind-body type. Ayurveda focuses on prevention of disease & the preservation of health by establishing harmony & balance through diet/nutrition, yoga/exercise, meditation, natural therapies & a daily routine to help achieve and maintain a healthy balanced lifestyle. Ayurveda uses remedies that are all-natural and treat the root cause of the disease, rather than just the symptoms.

Ayurveda views a person as a whole, taking into account not only the physical body but also a person’s mental and emotional characteristics. Ayurveda is the understanding that health is established and preserved through balance and counterbalances. When the root cause of an illness, disease or imbalance is corrected, symptoms improve. Ayurveda believes that health is the expression of a balanced relationship between body, mind, spirit and environment.


is known as a form of Complementary & Alternative Medicine (CAM) in the United States. These services are not considered medical services and should not be substituted for medical care.