I'm not much into the latest health kick, fad, fashion or miracle drug/herb. But I have finally discovered something that I can understand it's merit on an experiential level. And I hope it does become widely used as it boasts not manipulation, but ownership of one's health. While I continue to struggle pronouncing some of these methods, I am continuing them well beyond my initial and invaluable series of consultations, because they make sense to my entire being and I feel extremely much better as a point of general health as well as learning and therefore being more at peace and acceptance with myself. There is a notable difference to the flow, personal energy and emotional balance of the days that start with Ayurveda than that of those that don't, should I miss my morning routine.
It's not hocus pocus, it's not weird (though occasionally offering a healthy challenge to the otherwise norms of our societal conditioning), it is not cult like, it's not even that expensive - it IS good and effective, on a holistic and rewarding level. Sandra is an exceptional, down to earth practitioner with a pretty funny bedside manner which altogether encourages ones own greater investigation to their better becoming with age. In fact, I am already rewinding my years. Musicians are fairly well accepted as being grubby, unkempt, lifestyle lazy, time-worn, indulgent and not particularly pretty. I am now so beautiful and vibrant, I'm moving into television :)