Optimum Health Centre
194 Payneham Rd
Evandale SA 5069
Evandale, South Australia
08 8362 2757
Ms. Jennie Trampeva-Radin is a naturopath schooled in the traditional Indian science of “Ayurveda”, and Acupuncture based on Ayurvedic principles “ Nadhi Chikitsa”, as well as other naturopathic modalities. She is one of leading and highly skilled Ayurvedic practitioners and Naturopaths in Adelaide South Australia, with some 14 years of clinical experience.
Jennie analyses your current state of health and provides skilled treatment protocols using Ayurvedic medicines, herbal and nutritional complex formulas as well as dietary and life-style advice for those wanting to avoid the pitfalls of drug therapies. In essence, Jennie treats patients’ ailments by harnessing the body’s own resources and natural healing powers through gentle and non-invasive treatments and remedies aimed at redressing body imbalances.
What is Ayurveda?
“Ayurveda” is a holistic and complete approach to better health, incorporating and balancing the four aspects of life: physical, psychological, nutritional and spiritual. Ayurveda literally means “the science or knowledge of life”. According to Sanskrit text books, Ayurveda has existed and been practised in India for at least five thousand years!
How Ayurveda works
Ayurveda has some general principles which can be applied to everyone. The primary factor is in the identification of the unique individual constitution or body type. After determining the body type, Jennie is able to identify if there are any bodily imbalances. This is achieved by identifying which of the three dosha (VATA, PITTA, KAPHA) is out of balance, either too low or in excess. The constitution never changes, but what does change is the predominant dosha within the constitution.
How can Ayurveda help me?
According to Ayurveda, diseases are due to an imbalance of the dosha and the accumulation of toxins. Treatment aims to bring the dosha back into a more normal balanced state, as well as to eliminate toxic substances (AMA) from the body through herbal supplements, dietary and lifestyle changes, meditation, and predominantly through panchakarma (five types of detoxification procedures) which are a unique treatment of Ayurveda.
The preventative health aspects of Ayurveda include: sensible rules of lifestyle, daily diet according to constitution, as well as a treatment which includes Ayurvedic herbal medicines, metal-organic mineral compounds and various techniques of Ayurvedic massage, breathing exercises and meditation.
Ayurveda can help the following:
Our friendly staff are happy to arrange a suitable appointment time for you to see our Ayurvedic practitioner and Naturopath, Ms. Jennie Trampeva-Radin.
- Skin problems
- Digestive system disorders
- Irritable bowel syndrome
- Chronic fatigue
- Circulatory system disorders
- Women’s menstrual and menopausal problems
- Infertility in men and women
- Weight-loss and many more.
Call our centre today on 08 8362 2757