Energy Healing

Energy healing is a method of natural energy healing that works with the life force energy of the body to promote optimal wellness. Life force energy, also known as Chi in Chinese and Prana in Sanskrit, is the flow of energy that sustains all living beings. Energy healing teaches us how to focus, amplify and direct this energy for a wide range of benefits with surprising and often extraordinary results. Our love has tremendous impact to benefit those around us.

Energy medicine is a branch of complementary alternative medicine based on the belief that energy healing therapists can channel life force energy to accelerate natural healing processes. It is a holistic practice that uses life force energy to remove blocks and stimulate the body’s ability to heal itself. The energy healing therapist helps bring the client’s energy field into balance and improve the health and wellness of the body, mind and spirit. Energy medicine can help re-balance the body and improve wellbeing. This energy healing is a powerful healing technique were radioactivity flows in the organs of the person and heals the internal organs.

The body has an astounding ability to heal itself. Energy healing helps to maximize the body’s own capacity to repair with proven methods. Energy healing addresses the root cause of disease and creates the space for true healing to occur. Rather than just working on symptoms, Energy healing will address the underlying cause of disease. We teach the concept of ‘body intelligence’: the body knows how to bring itself back to 100% wholeness given the proper conditions.


Healing is a fascinating process which is generally very poorly understood. Although it may be tempting to believe that we can heal other people, it is of utmost importance to realize that all healing is self-healing. The body has an extraordinary intelligence and ability to heal itself. Given the right energetic, emotional, nutritional and spiritual environments, the natural state of the body is perfect health. Our favorite definition of a healer is someone who was sick and got well; a great healer is someone who was very sick and got well quickly.

Smita specializes and teaches special rejuvenation exercise meditation and breathing techniques to help you flash out your toxic from your body and revitalize a new energy in your bodily energy centers.

Although all healing is self-healing, energy healers can assist other people with the healing process.

People have reported a wide range of organic conditions that have been helped through Energy healing. To give some sense of the spectrum of things we have encountered, people have reported varying degrees of improvement with pain relief, cancer, reflex sympathetic dystrophy syndrome, reducing liver enzyme levels, infections, hydrocephalus, eyesight, depression, anxiety, lung disease, weak digestion and colon, headaches and various other diseases.

Ayurveda Healing & Consulting

Basic principle is Vatta, Pita, Kapha

6 tastes of Ayurveda

Yoga and Meditation

Introduction to Ayurveda

Around 5000 years ago, the divine origin of Ayurveda is believed to have happened from the eternal consciousness of Lord Brahma, the creator of the Universe as per Hindu mythology. It was passed on to the Gods, who were the first physicians documented in the ancient Hindu literatures – Daksha Prajapathi, Aswini Kumaras and Lord Indra to name a few.

It was a time when the living beings on Earth were suffering miserably due to various illnesses. To put an end to this distress, sage Bharadwaja went to Lord Indra to attain the divine knowledge of health and longevity, for the benefit of humanity. He taught his disciples the ultimate knowledge of Ayurveda, who themselves wrote different treatises for the enlightenment of future generations. These treatises still serve as the leading lights for Ayurveda enthusiasts all over the world!

Ayurveda, the name is derived from two Sanskrit words – “Ayu” meaning life and “Veda” meaning knowledge. Thus, the meaning of Ayurveda can be roughly translated to “knowledge of life”, where you get the ultimate wisdom about health and wellness that supports longevity. Much more than just a system of medicine that cures diseases, Ayurveda is a holistic tradition that shows us the way to stay healthy, in harmony with nature.

The uniqueness of Ayurveda

What makes Ayurveda unique and stand apart from the rest of the systems of medicine? The very fact that Ayurveda treats not just the disease, but the person itself makes it exceptional from the rest. The distinct diagnostic methods like Dasavidha Pareeksha (10-fold examination), Ashtavidha pareeksha (8-fold examination) and Nadi pareeksha (Pulse diagnosis), give an exact clue about the underlying cause of each disease. Rather than just treating the disease with medicines, Ayurveda incorporates well-defined therapies, herbs in the form of different formulations, diet and lifestyle modifications in destroying a disease from its root. Moreover, it believes in the principle – “Prevention is better than cure” and explains ways to celebrate optimum health and wellness.

Basic principles (Doshas, Dathus and Prakruthi)

The entire concept of Ayurveda revolves around three basic principles – The Doshas, The Dhatus and The Prakruthi. But what exactly are they? A basic knowledge about these three elements will help you understand Ayurveda better.

Ayurveda is based on the fundamental concept of Tridoshas. Tridoshas are the three types of energies or body types namely, Vata, Pitta and Kapha. They are subtle in nature, not visible, yet responsible for health and illness. Vata regulates the dynamic activities in the body, Pitta is the force of transformation responsible for metabolism and Kapha the binding force, controls the structure and lubrication factors of the body. The balanced state of these three constitutes health and any imbalance in these, leads to diseases.

Ayurveda analyses and treats a person based on his/her constitution. This innate nature, known as the Prakruthi of the individual is based on the three doshas itself and named as Vata prakruthi, Pitta prakruthi and Kapha prakruthi. Your behavioural pattern, your body structure etc. are based on this Prakruthi and it is important in preventive and curative aspects as per Ayurveda.

Dhatus are the basic structural components of the body that are seven in number. They are Rasa (plasma), Raktha (Blood), Mamsa (muscle tissue), Medas (fat tissue), Asthi (bone tissue), Majja (bone marrow) and Sukra (reproductive substances). The food that we eat gets transformed into Rasa dhatu first and then each dhatu gets nourished by the previous dhatu in order. Any impairment at any stage of this mechanism results in hampered tissue metabolism and manifests as different types of diseases.

Panchamahabhuta siddhanta

Ayurveda believes in Panchamahabhuta siddhanta, the five basic elements which forms the basis of all cosmic creations. They are Prithvi (earth), Ap (water), Tejas (fire), Vayu (air) and Akasha (ether/space). According to Ayurveda, the human body is made up of these 5 basic elements and each of them have distinct characteristics and are responsible for different faculties of the human experience. The doshas, dhatus, the five senses, the different tastes you experience… everything has a connection with the 5 elements and is a representation of different combinations of the same.

The six tastes in Ayurveda

Isn’t it astonishing to know that Ayurveda appreciates even the different tastes in the food we eat? The Sanskrit word for taste is Rasa and Ayurveda mentions Shad rasas (six tastes) that has an impact on the overall health. They are, Swadu (sweet), Amla (sour), Lavana (salt), Katu (pungent), Tiktha (bitter) and Kashaya (Astringent). The concept of these six tastes is critical in determining the influence of various food, therapeutic herbs and formulations on your body, mind and spirit.

Agni and its importance

The word Agni is a Sanskrit term for fire. Wondering what fire has to do with Ayurveda? Well, Agni is one of the most important Ayurveda terminologies, used in the sense of digestion of food and metabolic products. To put it simply, it can be considered as the digestive fire. It is said that, when the Agni inside the body is extinguished, that denotes death. Such is the importance of Agni in Ayurveda. Based on the functions and site of action, Agni is classified into 13 different types: one Jatharagni (digestive fire), five Bhutagni (based on the Panchamahabhutas) and seven Dhatvagni (based on 7 dhatus). The balance of each type of Agni constitutes overall health and any kind of impairment can result in diseases.

Ayurveda diet and lifestyle

Ayurveda is not just a stream of medicine that focuses on treatments and healing. It is a way of life evolved through generations, cultures and traditions, Ayurveda teaches you how to stay healthy and in harmony with nature. It believes in the principle – the physical body is the medium for righteous actions. Hence, Ayurveda advocates a healthy and systematic diet and lifestyle regime as a preventive measure and as a treatment tool to protect the body from undesirable effects.

Ayurveda emphasizes on a balanced diet acknowledging the seasons, the environment, the digestion power and the prakruthi (constitution) of the individual consuming it. Every ingredient in the food tends to either increase or decrease the doshas and hence one should be careful in choosing the ingredients and combinations of food. The same way, a system with a tradition of 5000 years cannot go wrong when it explains in detail about the specific regimens to follow daily and based on the seasons. A good night’s sleep, a sattvic diet or even the way you laugh or think has an impact on your well-being. Well, there is much more! Ayurvedic diet and lifestyle are not about rules and regulations to follow; rather they pave the way for everyone to live in tune with nature.

Marma Therapy

Marma therapy is an important part of Ayurveda that helps to maintain health by cleansing blocked energy. Marma therapy utilizes 107 points or “doorways” into the body and consciousness. The mind is considered as the 108th marma. Marma therapy is the science of utilizing vital energy points for healing the body, mind and spirit and is often done by activating these energy points with ayurvedic pressure.

Yoga and meditation

Yoga often called as the sister science of Ayurveda is an indispensable part of the Ayurvedic healing system. While Ayurveda is the vedic system of healing, Yoga is the vedic system of spiritual practice. Although they are two separate branches, each overlap into the other on various levels. Ayurveda believes in physical, mental and spiritual fitness alike for optimum wellness and Yoga functions as a tool for attaining the same. The different postures or Asanas performed with controlled breathing techniques allow the flow of vital energy through the body. Yoga is more than just physical exercise; it has a meditative and spiritual core to it.

Meditation, known as Dhyana in Sanskrit has been in practice since time immemorial. The great sages of ancient India used to practice meditation as a path towards enlightenment and self-realization. It is a state of ultimate relaxation and happiness where your thoughts get detached from the outside material world. It works well in reducing stress, anxiety, depression, physical and mental pain and often forms a part of Ayurvedic healing system.

Children’s Yoga Therapy & Mindfulness Meditation for Children along with Art and Dance Therapy

Integrating yoga into therapy sessions has been shown to increase strength and flexibility, body awareness, balance, and coordination, attention and behavioural regulation. It enhances cognitive skills and language development.

Yoga Therapy

Yoga therapy is a type of therapy that uses yoga postures, breathing exercises, meditation and guided imagery to improve mental and physical health. The holistic focus of yoga therapy encourages the integration of mind, body and spirit.

More about my work


Energy healing is a lesser known yet very potent healing technique that uses your life force energy (‘Prana’ in Sanskrit or ‘Chi’ in Chinese) to accelerate the natural healing process. Your body has an extraordinary ability to heal itself. As an energy healer, I assist you in this natural process by channelling your life force energy to heal the ailment. No matter what ailment you come to me with, be it a stomach problem that has been troubling you since long or that constant headache that you have been living with daily, I scan the body part with my Energy healing powers to understand the real cause behind your suffering. Sometimes, the causes could even be something related to your past life or something that happened when you were in your mother’s womb. I could even go back to a past life if it is absolutely necessary and can provide you with solutions to ease your agony in this life. Sensing and analysing the nature of your innate aura, I transform it to its finest level, so that you achieve the best in this life and spread positive energy, happiness and love to everyone around you.


These special martial art exercises has been long practiced by monks to slow ageing, calm the mind & strengthen the body. It is an ancient anti-ageing movements, making them easy for everyone to learn.

Through a step-by-step practice of 10 to 15 minutes everyday these specialized designed exercises and breathing techniques, it allows the body to develop strength & flexibility.

You become strong from inside & out.

Ayurveda is the ancient (5000 year old) science of longevity and lifestyle. As a certified Ayurveda Consultant I assess your doshas (bio-energies) and Prakruthi (constitution). I analyse the root cause of the condition by pulse diagnosis (Nadi pareeksha) and guide you towards natural healing by prescribing authentic Ayurvedic medicines and natural remedies. I encourage my clients to stay fit and more in tune with nature, by providing an Ayurvedic diet and lifestyle guidance based on their conditions.
Wellness can only be achieved through harmonizing the mind, the body and the spirit. Based on individual needs, I conduct private classes on yoga and guided meditation, alongwith personalized counselling sessions and spiritual teachings. Childrens’ wellness is my personal area of interest and I conduct courses on yoga art, dance yoga therapy and mindfulness - all curated especially for children. You are not bound to suffer! Come and indulge in a new perspective of healing and wellness that could change the way you experience life.