I’m Marie, an Ayurvedic Health Advisor & Yoga Teacher, helping you to achieve a healthy, balanced life through the principles and practices of Ayurveda & Yoga.

“It’s more important to prevent the development of a disease than to seek a cure.”

My Story

I grew up in France in a big house full of love where food always had an important place. My parents always looked after their garden where, to this day, they still find joy in watching their fruits and vegetables grow. Meal times were moments of sharing and warmth but it was only later in life that I realised the true power of nutrition.

As a University student, years of unhealthy eating led to several health issues, including poor digestion, chronic fatigue, mood swings, and weight gain. When conventional medicine provided no answers, I turned to alternative approaches. My adventures around the world eventually led me to Ayurveda, which offered a holistic focus on the root causes of my health issues rather than just the symptoms. Through Ayurveda, I saw considerable improvements in my health. I soon realised that we are responsible for our own health and that a healthy lifestyle and a balanced mind can already solve a lot of problems.

This personal journey inspired me to train as an Ayurvedic Health Advisor and, later, as a Yoga Teacher to make these powerful healing practices and philosophies accessible to everyone. Today, I provide personalised consultations, group workshops, and Yoga classes, all designed to help individuals improve their wellbeing primarily through mindfulness, nutrition, herbal remedies, and lifestyle changes.

My Qualifications

I completed a two-year course at Gayaveda, a French school specialising in Ayurvedic medicine, where I gained extensive knowledge of Ayurveda. In addition, I attended a specialised course on digestive health at Hale Pule, an American school.

Following my training at these institutions, I decided to advance my expertise by travelling to Kerala, India. There, I engaged in a traditional Ayurvedic retreat (panchakarma) and further developed my skills for a month under the guidance of Dr. Yadun and Dr. Akhila.

In addition to these courses, I also completed a 300-hour yoga teacher training course with my teacher Dr Neel Kulkarni in a village near Bangalore, India. This enriching experience enabled me to give yoga classes to adults, teenagers and children locally, further enriching my approach to wellbeing and health.

In parallel, I also enrolled in a 70-hour online yoga course instructed by Radhika Gupta.

My training and experiences in India have enabled me to blend the ancient teachings of Ayurveda and Yoga with modern techniques, allowing me to offer solutions that are specifically adapted to your environment and society.

My Values

True wellbeing transcends the mere absence of illness; it is about achieving a state of health and vitality every day. This conviction shapes my approach to wellbeing, which centres on preventative practices.

Inspired by the Sanskrit word Mudit√£, which signifies joy in the success and happiness of others, I am passionate about sharing joy, love, and knowledge. I find profound happiness in witnessing the achievements and growth of my clients. My goal is to equip you with all the necessary tools to enhance your wellbeing and lead a fulfilling and vibrant life, celebrating your successes along the way.

Please read carefully!

Ayurveda helps to improve overall health and prevent disease. It is not intended to compete with modern medicine, but rather to complement it. It enables us to look at an imbalance through holistic glasses, taking into account a person’s physical, mental, and life experiences. Finally, it is not a miracle medicine that will cure all problems in 1 hour, but a medicine that will require some effort in exchange for long-term health.

If you want to make positive changes in your life, I invite you to make an appointment with me today.