Nearest Railway Station: Elsternwick
Nearest Airport: Melbourne
About the Centre:
Ayurwoman specialises in Female health Problems. At Ayurwoman women's ayurveda clinic, we provide excellent and unique Ayurvedic treatments for Arthritis, Vitiligo, Psoriasis, Cervical spondylosis, Low back pain, Weight loss, Obesity, Mental health, Digestive complaints, Chronic fatigue syndrome, Rejuvenation and general detoxification.
For the treatment in this clinic for women, traditional Ayurvedic herbal products and oils are selected based on individual body type which is done by our Ayurvedic practitioner during the consultation and body type analysis process. Ayurvedic treatments are aimed at bringing the disturbed energies back to their original balanced state, helping the body to heal and nourish itself.
Specialty of Hospital: Women’s health issues.
Dr Jyothi Menon
Doctor of Ayurvedic Medicine (India)
Accredited Member of ATMS
Professional member of AAA
Professional member of AMAI
Dr Jyothi has been a successful Ayurvedic and practitioner in Australia since 1998 and continue to attract people of all cultures and lifestyle backgrounds. In her patient care she emphasizes the importance of healthy eating based on Ayurvedic principle and body type. She excels in designing custom treatment plan (herbal and panchakarma) based on their individual needs. Studied in India and practicing both in Australia and India this has given her the gift of being true to the purity of Ayurvedic knowledge while understanding its application in the western world.
Jyothi holds a BAMS degree (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and surgery) from renowned University of Kerala, India. After the formal University education she worked under Ayurvedic and conventional medicine gurus to attain more traditional and clinical experience. She has over 15 years of experience in special Ayurvedic treatment protocol for all range of conditions and panchakarma. She is passionate about Ayurveda and is dedicated to spread this ancient wisdom around the globe.
Jyothi spent the last 5 years in Kerala for her advanced clinical works and research programs with the Global Ayu:care hospitals and research group. Their hospitals function as a coherent division in modern hospitals in all major towns of Kerala, in many states of India and also in Dubai global health city. She was the senior physician in Ayu:care’s Pain care and Women's care division and was an active member of Ayu:care research group CIM - Center for Indian Medicine. She has successfully helped numerous clients to achieve significant and lasting improvement to their health.
Abhyanga Ayurvedic Massage Therapy
Abhyanga ayurvedic oil massage is essentially one of detoxification. Application of warm oil and massage to the body promotes better circulation and free sweating. Herbal medicines in the oil are absorbed by the skin and they act as food and medicinal agent. The soft and oily massage itself has a marked soothing effect on the nervous system as a whole. Abhyanga removes metabolic waste, reduces pain and swelling, improves complexion and texture of the skin.
This particular type of sudation is to be applied with heated boluses filled with a course powder of various grains and pulses or of other herbs either cooked or uncooked for the purpose. Boluses are generaly prepared by putting the herbs on pieces of linen or cloth and then tying them up into small bundles that can easily be held in the palm. This treatment is generally done to a particular part of the body or to a limb.
PPS for Joint Stiffness and Muscular Cramps
PPS or Pathra potala sweda is a variety of sudation performed with the help of heated bolus bags filled with the cuttings of fresh leaves of certain medicinal plants duly prepared for the purpose. Massage with this bolus is particularly beneficial for pain in the lumbar region, stiffness of the joints, muscular cramps, loss of sense of touch, paralysis of the limbs and similar rheumatic complaints.
SPS for Chronic Rheumatism and Joint Pain
SPS or Shastika pinda sweda is one of the special forms of treatment in vogue in Kerala. This type of pinda sweda is for all types of diseases of the nervous system, chronic rheumatism, pain in the joints, emaciation of limbs and diseases borne out of vitiated blood. This treatment makes body strong and sturdy with well-developed musculature. It maintains the metabolism in a healthy condition.
Nasyam is a very powerful treatment. It can be done for therapeutic purpose or every day basis as a rejuvenative treatment. Nose is the nearest orifice to the brain. There for nasya medicines have sudden effect on the brain and sense organs. It is good for headache, sinusitis, paralysis, acne, cervical spondilosis, frozen shoulder and allergies.
Shirodhara dhara cures premature grey hair, fatigue, head ache, lack of vitality, diseases of the eyes, nose, throat and ears and nervous disorders. This dhara also alleviates the derangement of the three doshas and improves the power of all sensory organs.
Snehavasthi removes toxins from the colon. Very effective disorders like constipation, paralysis, gas and bloating, back ache, rheumatism and neurological conditions. Oil enema with very small amount of therapeutic oil or therapeutic ghee selecting according to the disease condition. Excellent for female infertility, endometriosis, pcod, and fallopian tubal block.Good for candida, cyst and cervical erosion.
Kashaya vasthi can be done after the sneha vasthi. It is the main therapy for vata conditions. There for very effective in chronic conditions of arthritis, sciatica and other back problems, female diseases, constipation, osteoporosis and other neurological ailments.
Pichu Therapy for Spondylosis
Cotton pad dipped in warm oil applied the affected area. This can be done on cervical, lumbar, knee, and in vertex of head. Very effective for cervical spondylosis and lumbar spondylosis, knee joint pain and stiffness, sports injury, insomnia, head ache, stress and anxiety.
Source of food: From outside market
Is food Organic?: No
Is white sugar served?: No
Are nightshades served?: No
Is chilli served?: No
Source of Information: Vaidya Jyothi Menon