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“Lisa’s Ayurvedic workshop was in one word “wonderful”! After years of curiosity about this age old science, Lisa explained the basics in a light, yet professional manner and was able to provide us with valuable modern day applications. I have been adding many of her ideas to my daily routine, and I am definitely feeling the powerful and positive affects! I highly recommend this workshop…Lisa’s deep knowledge of Ayurveda, coupled with her warm humor and charm, creates a welcome and light-hearted vibe while exploring new ways to improve out lives! “ L. Klinger. Yoga Teacher.
“Lisa has strong intuitive skills and genuinely cares about her clients.”
~ Dr. Mona Greenfield, PhD, LCSW
“Lisa Hedley, Ayurvedic and Holistic Health Counselor brings all her experience and intuition to her classes, as well as a real approachability. Ending in a yoga Nidra, or yogi sleep, for which she is especially gifted, all participants were delighted.” B. Hyde
“Coming into Lisa’s workshop, I only knew the bare basics of Ayurveda. With her down to earth demeanor, Lisa generously shared with us with useful tools we could walk out implementing into our lives immediately. Her breadth of knowledge of the Ayurvedic constitutions to incorporating a specific mantra into a daily meditation practice was inspiring! Lisa has a genuine passion for Ayurveda and it shows through her authentic character.” H. Berg, Soul Garden Yoga
“Lisa’s introduction to the basic principles of Ayurveda were very personalized. Lisa is a natural speaker and leader. Her pragmatic and engaging approach to consulting on how to “live well” is subtexted by her deep spiritual nature.” B. Talbot
“Lisa’s magnetic personality and keen mind made for a fascinating and enriching afternoon learning about Ayurveda.” M. Adams.
“Lisa is a gifted healer who shares her knowledge of Ayurvedic medicine with a profound sense of grace, generosity and intelligence. One leaves her workshop with the ability to look kindly inward and began the journey towards a healthier, happier and more centered sense of self and place.” V. Reynolds