Visitor reads your pulse for better health

A renowned pulse-reader with the ability to treat a variety of ailments will be in Auckland later this month.

India based Vaidya Smita Naram will be available for consultation at the Parnell Community Centre (Titoki Room), 545 Parnell Road on August 24 and 25 from 9 am to 6 pm.

She is a renowned Ayurvedic practitioner, with a record for helping thousands of people in treating suffering from arthritis, asthma, psoriasis, osteoarthritis, PMS, depression, hair loss, back pain, diabetes, obesity, infertility, high blood pressure, skin issues and other health issues.

A Co-founder of ‘Ayushakti Ayurved’ based in Mumbai, Dr Naram is an international presenter, author and researcher. She teaches pulse reading and is a specialist of Panchakarma (Ancient technology to detoxify and rejuvenate the body, mind and emotions).

Dr Naram said that the key to vibrant health and your chronic illness can be found in the ancient science of pulse reading, the body’s most subtle language.

“I do not ask people to make major life changes. I simply read the pulse and offer herbs and some changes to their diet. People are more likely to embrace the programme, a step at a time. The earth is taking care of all of us. All the knowledge we offer is ancient wisdom and its basis is the herbs and knowledge from nature. Ayurveda is an ancient, artful way of living a vibrant life,” she said.

Sandra Williams of Hamilton, who is coordinating the visit, said that Dr Naram treats patients at the ‘Panchakarma,’ another health centre of which she is a director in Mumbai.

“People travel from all over the world to participate in her treatment process, which is based on Ayurveda’s profound purification programme.

“The cleansing process involves precise and detailed treatment tailored for each person depending on his or her unique needs,” she said.

For bookings and other details, please call Sandra Williams on (07) 5758583


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