Vedic Science

Vedic Science allows you to study yourself - your true nature and state of health. Ayurveda (The Science of Life), Yoga (The Science of Union), and Jyotish (The Science of Light - Vedic Astrology) are sister sciences that, when combined, provide an understanding for the perfect balance of the body, mind and spirit. Ayurveda and Yoga are personal practices that support optimal health. Yoga continues the journey on a path toward union or moksha (liberation). Jyotish (Vedic astrology) is the science that gives you insight into your true nature and the karmas of this life by studying the stars (the light). 

Understanding yourself allows you to make more informed decisions and effectively work toward what's best for your mental, emotional and physical well-being. Holistically, Jyotish,  Ayurveda, and Yoga combine to achieve and maintain mental, emotional, and physical wellness.

Wheel of Time Astrology Readings 


As is the macrocosm, so is the microcosm.

Jyotish, the Science of Light, is over 5000 years old, with wisdom coming to us from the Brihat Parasara Hora Sastra (a Vedic text) and other Vedic texts or Vedas (books of wisdom). Vedic astrology uses the zodiac of the fixed stars (sidereal zodiac), and is based on a more accurate astronomical view of the planets in the sky. The language & system of Vedic Astrology is similar to Greek astrology (as in Sun Sign horoscopes).

As we study the cosmos, we also study ourselves. The time, date, and place of your birth indicate a specific energy pattern of the sky that guides your life. Studying your natal chart allows you to gain insight into yourself and all aspects of your karma. 


Health is wholeness, the unity of the self with the field of consciousness.

Paul Dugliss, M.D.

The practice of Ayurveda uses the law of opposites to balance the "doshas." The doshas are the constitutional make-up of the body determined at birth (some of this information is prominent in your Natal chart). Ayurveda is the continuous practice of balancing the body, mind, and spirit. With 23 different modalities available to assist (including yoga), Ayurveda is the process of clearing, purifying, rejuvenating, and restoring the bodies doshas. 

Massage treatments offered use warmed herbal-infused Ayurvedic oils. Rhythmic massage strokes are performed at the myofascial layer of the body, stimulating the nerve endings and energy lines while helping to gently detoxify and nourish the body encouraging lymphatic drainage.  Please note, a significant amount of oil is used and will include the head and hair in some cases.

Marma Therapy is an Ayurvedic practice that focuses, with intention, on 107 marma points for balance and support of the body's natural healing process. This session may be completed by itself or as part of an Ayurvedic massage. Specific intentions like chakra balancing, may also be completed for energy balancing and a stronger body-mind connection.


Every BODY is different - it is only through personal practice that you feel the differences. I've practiced yoga for over 20 years; I studied yoga from the Kripalu tradition which focuses on body awareness. I bring theses teachings to the group classes that I lead at Nadi Om Wellness.

The Kripalu tradition allows you to reconnect your body and mind. As your awareness around the sensations in your body grows, you become familiar with the feelings of tension and relaxation. This allows you to get the most from your yoga practice and further your journey toward optimal health both on and off the mat!

Private personal and group sessions are available to deepen your yoga practice and further the understanding you have about yourself.