Elizabeth Jensen

‭(601) 260-2173‬
Bradenton Beach FL‬

"Let food be
thy medicine
and medicine
be thy food"



Nothing in life is coincidental.  If you are here, your body/mind/spirit is telling you something.  Listen to that knowing.  Ayurveda is one of the oldest methods of healing and healthy living.  With its roots dating back over five thousand years to India, Ayurveda is distinct in that it focuses on harmonizing the unique constitution of an individual with the natural rhythms of our world. Balancing nutrition, lifestyle, herbal medicines and time-tested therapies, Ayurveda brings the elements back into equilibrium within the body to create total wellness.

what you'll experience from us

Our Services

Warm Herbal Oil Treatment

This warm herbal oil treatment is a combination of choreographed strokes and intuitive movements that are designed to bring nourishment to the tissues.

Deep Relaxation Treatment

Shirodara is a simple, yet profound treatment that works specifically on balancing and stabilizing the activity of the mind.

Steam Tent Treatment

Follow your warm oil treatment with an exquisite herbal steam treatment that will leave you feeling rejuvenated and moisturized.

Bliss Therapy

This complete therapy begins with an Abhyanga, followed by Shirodara and Svedana.

Ayurvedic Basti Treatments

Using this age-old oil treatment, a dough damn is placed on specific parts of the body and warm diffused ghee or oil allow herbs to penetrate into the cells for a deeply healing experience.

Netra Basti

This soothing treatment helps to remove irritation, restore moisture, enhances vision depth, eases allergy discomfort, nourishes the optic nerve and relaxes the whole body.

Kati Basti

Focusing on the lower back region, this treats lower back pain, SI joint dysfunction, sciatica, pain in the lower limbs.

Hrid Basti

This treatment strengthen the heart muscle, helps to relieve emotional stress by pulling out long-standing grief and repressed anger.

Elizabeth is a gifted healer and highly skilled in many different facets of Ayurvedic practice. She takes an individualized approach to each patient and intuitively finds the best approach for their healing process. I strongly recommend her to anyone looking for a holistic solution to their all-around well being.

~Vincent D.

What is Ayurveda?

Ayurveda is a remarkably individualized system of medicine. The tradition is rooted in the idea that each of us is born with a completely personal blueprint for optimum health. From birth onward, it is this reference point- your constitution- that, in many ways, defines who you are. No two constitutions are exactly alike; therefore, no two human beings can have precisely the same expression of ideal health.

In Ayurveda, everything is medicine and everything is poison; what might be beneficial to you could harm someone else, and visa versa. It all depends on the context of who you are, and what patterns are currently at play in your particular system. Ayurveda is fundamentally opposed to one-size-fits-all remedies. While there are certainly some practices that are considered to be beneficial for most everyone, Ayurveda places the focus firmly on you, the individual concerned. This is why your Ayurvedic Profile, an assessment of your constitution, your current state of balance, and a set of personalized recommendations to support you in your journey towards optimal health, can be such an empowering resource.

Ayurveda is an unequivocally holistic tradition that reaches far beyond the realms of physical health, healing, and the prevention of disease. It has a remarkable capacity to help each of us sync up with our truest inner nature, honor and develop our strengths, hone in on our challenge areas, redirect detrimental tendencies, and offer real support wherever it is needed-so that we can better maintain balance in the face of adversity. At its root, Ayurveda is a way of life that can help each of us to claim and celebrate our capacity for a fully embodied sense of wellness. Ayurveda recognizes five elements as the fundamental building blocks of nature-earth, water, fire, air, and ether (space). Every substance, every cell, contains all five of these elements. That said, in a given substance, one or two elements are typically predominant over the others.