Appointments

Ayurvedic Health Counseling
By appointment, currently sessions occur online via Zoom.

Ayurvedic Consultation
The initial Ayurvedic consultation will begin with an in-depth conversation about your health history and lifestyle to determine your dosha, or constitutional type. Completely unique to your individual needs, we will address your health concerns and goals. I will offer thoughtful, sustainable, lifestyle, self-care, diet/nutrition and herbal recommendations to bring you into balance during the present season and your current stage of life.
Cost: $120
Includes: 90 initial consultation, complete Ayurvedic assessment,  as well as personalized tips based on your unique constitution.
Please e-mail me at healthcoachcorib@gmail.com or text me at 415-323-9956 to schedule your appointment.


Follow-up Appointments

Follow-up appointments are encouraged to help you stay on track to develop healthier habits and routines. They also allow us to check in and see how you’ve been responding to your wellness plan. We may then build on what’s been established, make adjustments as needed, or address new health concerns.
Cost: $75 per hour-long session
Includes: 60 minute consultation, personalized tips for your current unique constitution.
Please e-mail me at healthcoachcorib@gmail.com or text me at 415-323-9956 to schedule your appointment.

 * DISCLAIMER: This website is for informational purposes only. The role of an Ayurveda Health Counselor is not to provide health care, or medical therapy services; or to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. Rather, the Counselor is a mentor and guide who has been trained in holistic health coaching and Ayurvedic health counseling to help Clients reach their own health goals by helping devise and implement positive, sustainable lifestyle changes. The Counselor is not acting in the capacity of a doctor, licensed dietitian-nutritionist, psychologist or other licensed registered professional, and any advice given by the Counselor is not meant to take the place of advice by these professionals. Those under the care of a healthcare professional or currently using prescription medications, should discuss any dietary changes or potential dietary supplements with his or her doctor, and should not discontinue any prescription medications without first consulting his or her doctor. Information received should not be seen as medical or nursing advice and is not meant to take the place of seeing licensed health professionals. You are encouraged to continue to visit and to be treated by your healthcare professionals, including, without limitation, a physician.