Gurnam Saini (Ayurvedic Practitioner)
Pooja Saini (Ayurvedic Practitioner)
At Pure Herbal Ayurvedic Clinic, Ayurveda qualified and experienced Ayurvedic Practitioners treat you with thier heart and soul. Our Ayurvedic practitioners are regarded in the industry both in Australia and India, with our clients typically preferring to stay with us over the long-term.
Gurnam Saini and Pooja Saini migrated to Australia in 2007 after a successful ayurvedic practice in India.
Our Ayurveda Practitioners are constantly updating their ayurveda learning to achieve optimal outcomes for our patients. Along with physical treatments – you may receive advice and strategies to deal with your health, useful for every day.
Gurnam Saini is an Indian-born Australian Ayurvedic practitioner, having treated thousands of people in his work at a busy, well-known Ayurvedic hospital in his home country. India is the birthplace of Ayurveda, with Gurnam’s parents often using recipes, herbs and treatments from Ayurvedic medicine throughout his life, instilling in Gurnam a deep passion to serve others using nature’s tools.
Gurnam has 15 years’ experience in Ayurvedic naturopathy treatments.
Pooja Saini is a qualified and knowledgeable Ayurvedic Practitioner, whose teacher parents helped foster a love of guiding others. Pooja has over a decades’ experience in ayurveda consultations and treatments, with her area of interest being women’s health. During her registered nurse career in Australia untill 2019, she was working very closely with clients with various mental health disorders. In her Ayurveda career, Pooja has adapted her mental health nursing passion and skills in treating mental health conditions through ayurveda.
Pure Herbal Ayurved Clinic has been serving the people of Melbourne for many years, treating our patients with Ayurvedic principles to help alleviate uncomfortable symptoms, manage chronic health conditions, and help treat the cause of disease.
At Pure Herbal Ayurvedic Clinic, we offer natural and ayurvedic herbal remedies and medicines to treatment both simple and complex health conditions. We also may combine these treatments with energetic Ayurvedic panchakarma therapies to help you connect with your inner spiritual life, and experience a sense of personal freedom and empowerment.
Ayurveda is a form of naturopathy and is focussed on wellness, rather than just the absence of sickness. We use Ayurvedic medicine and therapies to naturally improve your physical, mental, and emotional health condition. We manage health conditions to deliver not only symptomatic relief, but where possible, eliminating the problem in way that person knows how to prevent the relapse of it.
Ayurveda aims to treat the whole person as a living, breathing, thinking, feeling organism; it do not just treat disease as such, because we are all so different from one another. Differentiating between the disease and the person is critical, in ayurveda view, for effectively establishing and eliminating the cause of unwellness.
That’s why we love our practice of Ayurvedic herbal medicine at our Melbourne Natural Medicine Clinic.
We take into consideration all aspects of your body and life. We ultilise ayurveda diagnosis pathways to check, wether you are getting all the nutrients your body needs to function optimally and we examine your constitution and provide you proper ayurvedic lifestyle suggestion and may prescribe ayurvedic strategies including herbal medicines. We also enquire about your emotional life and how that may be feeding physical or psychological discomforts and how we can help you to feel better and cope with the stresses of life robustly. We aim to provide realistic advice, perspectives and effective treatments with ayurveda.
Ayurvedic treatments, therapies and medicines are generally considered gentle and natural, designed to restore health and comfort the mind and body. We try to pinpoint the cause of disease through ayurveda. Sometimes we are born with or develop a health condition that we’ll have our entire lives, in which case effective symptom management becomes critical. This is where natural alternatives come into their own.
The Ayurvedic method of treatment is natural and uses the body’s five elements: space, air, liquid (water), fire and earth. Each person has a different proportion of these elements, which means your treatments will be different to someone else’s – even if they have the same symptoms – depending on your make-up. This is what makes our treatments effective, and illustrates how we naturally treat the whole person, not just a symptom or disease. We address you, with all of your quirks and unique biological features.
We use Ayurveda body constitution analysis, pulse diagnosis, tongue diagnosis to determine the best natural treatment methods. We then provide our clients with a personalised treatment plan of a combination of medicinal herbs, dietary modifications, lifestyle alterations, yoga, meditation, and Ayurvedic detoxification methods where appropriate, including ayurveda therapies like massage.
Health problems we often manage (but not limited to) at Pure Herbal Ayurved Clinic:
Our Pure Herbal Ayurvedic Clinic, located in Northcote and Wantirna South, Melbourne, may be able to suggest answers for all manner of health conditions, because Ayurveda looks at the whole person – not just a disease.
0430 799 515
03 9077 2592
413 High Street, Northcote, Victoria
6 Gidgee Court, Wantirna South, Victoria
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