The Therapy Room

Ayurveda is not about instantaneous results, although you will see many immediate benefits.  In accordance with the laws of nature, it will take time to gently restore full balance.  Life is dynamic and we are part of life.   We continually need to modify our lifestyle to the changing seasons, emotions, stresses etc. to achieve balance.  Ayurveda is not a passive form of therapy but rather asks each individual to take responsibility for his or her own daily living.  Using the ancient wisdom of Ayurveda, the science of life will empower and support you but it is up to you to bring this into your daily life.  It is a simple, natural science that takes time, as it takes time for the stream to wear the stone smooth, but gently, over time it changes form completely.   It is amazing the difference a small adjustment in your diet or lifestyle, using herbs and therapies, can make to create greater well-being.  We will endeavour to assist you in discovering your uniqueness and help you create a balanced life with radiant health and a peaceful mind.

Our Philosophy

 We endeavour to help you explore your individual constitution and assist you in bringing yourself back to balance and harmony with the laws of nature.  As you begin to move towards balance,  you begin to naturally make choices that are nurturing, healing, and affirming.  You will learn and empower yourself to take charge of your own health and well-being to develop the awareness to bring balance and health to your life.

 

About us

We are a husband and wife team, Imtiaz Hasan and Corinne Terrasson.

Imtiaz,  educated in Ayurveda with a degree in Ayurvedic Studies, completed an internship with the Kasturba Medical College and SDM Ayurvedic Hospital in Karnataka India and has been practising classical Ayurveda for the last 10 years in East London.

Corinne practices holistic massage for the last 5 years having qualified with ITEC. Working with holistic therapies, Corinne specialises in treating stress and stress-related conditions, relaxing the body and reducing the effects of stress.