Sonika Laskar Desai

Dr. Sonika Laskar-Desai

Ayurvedic Medicine

Sonika is a licensed Ayurvedic Physician (BAMS) and a NAMA registered practitioner. She has more than 17+ years of experience in Ayurvedic practice. She studied at the prestigious Dr. D. Y. Patil Medical University at Pune, India. She is a Certified Panchakarma Therapist, a certified Massage therapist and a certified yoga teacher. In addition Dr. Sonika was an Ayurvedic Practitioner/ Teaching Clinician at Southern California University of Health Sciences in California. She is a very passionate healer and truly values her Clients and students equally.

Ayurveda is the world’s oldest holistic healing practice dating back to 5000 years ago. Ayurveda can be defined as a system which Prescribes a holistic approach and uses the inherent principals of nature to help maintain health in a person by balancing the individual’s body, mind, soul and spirit in perfect equilibrium with the surrounding nature.

Ayurvedic treatment implements the use of products that are primarily obtained from plants/nature. Combined with a balanced diet and lifestyle of an individual according to their unique body constitution/Prakruti, Ayurvedic therapies that enable your body to heal itself by ensuring all the elements are at their optimum levels.

Unlike modern treatment methods, which focus on suppressing the symptoms of a disease. Ayurvedic therapies work at a deeper level and treat the problem at the source. Incorporating Ayurveda in your daily life can help you avoid diseases and live a long, fulfilling life.

Benefits of Ayurveda:

  • Promotes better health and sense of wellbeing

  • Promotes Detoxification and cleanses the body

  • Better Health at a Cellular Level

  • Stronger Digestion

  • Reduces Stress and Anxiety

  • Improves Immunity

  • Helps mantain a healthy weight

  • Treats all diseased by implementing only natural treatments

Ayurveda aligns well for many chronic illnesses such as – Diabetes, Blood Pressure, skin conditions, Hair Loss, digestive disorders, inflammation, fertility and women’s health, menopause, fatigue syndromes and mental health.