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joanna@ayurvedicyogi.com

01749 850 085 or 07753 678 582 (9am-5pm)

AyurvedicYogi

Jo Jo's Bump fixed 038Ayurvedic Yogi’s role is to help make Ayurveda and Yogic wisdom more readily available. Joanna Webber offers:  

  • Ayurveda Consultations (pulse reading, diet, lifestyle, massage, herbs)
  • Focus on Women’s Health– fertility, pregnancy, menopause and menstrual issues
  • Ayurveda Workshops and retreats
  • Yoga for everybody (tailored to the doshas)
  • Consultancy for product launches


Please note, I am now on maternity leave until January 2018. Please do get in touch then and in the meantime, other practitioners are listed by the APA here.

Ayurveda can help with:

Maintaining good health! Stress, anxiety, insomnia and depression; Women’s health issues/ menopause; Infertility, preconception and pregnancy care; Headaches and migraines; Digestive complaints; Respiratory problems
Hayfever and allergies; Skin disorders; Hypertension, Fibromyalgia and CFS; Cancer recovery; Weight gain/ loss/ Thyroid imbalance; Joint and metabolic problems. 

Why not call or send an email to find out more about how Ayurveda can make you feel more balanced?

“Many thanks for another wonderful weekend retreat in your beautiful family home. The minute I stepped through the front door I felt as if I’d ‘come home’ so warm and welcoming is the atmosphere. I look forward to my next visit in Batcombe…” (Winter retreat 2017)

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Staying healthy this Autumn with Ayurveda

Autumn a predominantly a cool season when Vata dosha dominates inside and outside our bodies.  This time of transition sees many people succumbing to seasonal coughs, colds and flu. Vata dosha has cold, light, dry, rough, and moving qualities. It’s main site is the colon, hence bloating, constipation and gas are often early signs of aggravation. […]

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Herbal remedies from the summer garden

Nature provides us with many cooling and calming remedies at this time of year. Even if you don’t have much of a garden, you can grow some of these in planters or window boxes to enjoy. A welcome trend in Ayurveda is looking at traditionally used Western herbs from the Ayurvedic perspective, rather than just […]

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Ayurvedic tips for summer

Everyone needs to take measures to avoid overheating at this time of year, though Pitta predominant types need to take special care in following a Pitta reducing diet and lifestyle throughout the Summer. Pitta is the Ayurvedic dosha made up of fire and water with qualities such as hot, penetrating, oily, sharp, liquid and sour. […]

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