The Ayurvedic Center for Healing, Life, and Longevity
Open to the Public
To set up an appointment, call us at (505) 291-9698, Extension 131 or email clinic/at/ayurveda.com.
Please note: The clinic is part of our school and we follow an academic calendar for appointments.
This means that from May to October each year, the clinic has limited hours and appointments.
Vasant Lad, BAM&S, MASc, does not see individual clients. However, he does consult with panchakarma clients who are doing the full panchakarma program. Our senior practitioners are all faculty of our Ayurvedic Studies Programs and our Ayurvedic Student Practitioners are already certified Health Counselors who have returned to school to further their training to become Ayurvedic Health Practitioners. They are working under the supervision of our Senior Practitioners/Faculty.
- Want to feel more calm and focused?
- Want to sleep through the night?
- Want to enhance your energy, vitality, and mental clarity?
- Want to feel nourished and pain free?
- Want integrated care for a medical condition?
More About An Ayurvedic Consultation
- The Ayurvedic Center for Healing, Life, and Longevity at The Ayurvedic Institute provides a place for people to work with a practitioner to learn about what can help their unique health situation. People tell us that the treatments, therapies and practices we offer help bring happiness, peace and wellness into their lives.
- Some of the lifestyle tools we use with clients include dietary modifications, daily routine adjustments, contemplative practices, breathing and movement techniques, customized herbal formulas and body therapies used to address local physical conditions. It is our goal to support you through your healing journey with not only great skill and knowledge but also with compassion and understanding.
- Ayurveda places great emphasis on the maintenance of health through close attention to balance in one’s life, right thinking, diet, lifestyle and the use of herbs. This knowledge helps people understand how to create and bring about balance according to one’s own unique constitution and the current emotional and physical stresses in people’s lives.
- Our clinic employs practitioners with different areas of focus and price points. When you call, we will try to match your concerns to the most appropriate practitioner category so we can best support you on this journey!
After the initial consultation, we recommend you return for follow-up consultations. A series of appointments allow time for clients to integrate their recommendations, return with new insights and observations, and delve deeper into creating balance. The Practitioner may adjust and add to current recommendations or address new health concerns. Follow-up consultations are one half-hour to an hour in length.
Cancellations: we require that all cancellations are made within 48 hours of the scheduled appointment. If you do not cancel your appointment at least 48 hours prior to the scheduled time, you will be invoiced for the appointment. This invoice must be paid before you will be able to reschedule.
To Schedule An Appointment
Contact us at (505) 291-9698, Extension 131 or by email clinic/at/ayurveda.com.
All clients must also submit a health history form. It is necessary that this form be submitted 48 hours before your appointment so that your practitioner can review it. You may download the form HERE. Then email, mail, fax (505-294-7572), or drop off the completed form at the Ayurvedic Center for Healing, Life and Longevity, Tuesday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm. Address is 11401 Menaul Blvd NE, Albuquerque, NM 87112.
Clinic Operations Coordinator
(505) 291-9698, x131
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Please Note: The Ayurvedic Institute's Clinic is not an emergency medical facility nor does it include medical diagnosis or medical treatment and is not a substitute for medical care. Ayurveda is currently considered a form of complementary and alternative medicine in the United States. It is not licensed by the state of New Mexico as a medical discipline or practice. All services and treatments provided are complementary or alternative to health care services provided by health care practitioners currently licensed by the state of New Mexico. Ayurveda is complementary to and supportive of traditional western medicine as practiced in the United States.