Sarah Barasch is a Certified Ayurvedic Practitioner, Reiki Master, Medicininal Aromatherapist and Ayurvedic bodyworker.
Sarah finds that Energy Work/Neurovascular Therapy and Ayurvedic bodywork treatments appeal to veterans of bodywork as well as people just beginning their journey of healing. Sarah feels a unique synergy with flower essences, minerals and aromatherapy and is happy to add those treats to any session. Herbs and bodywork may form a crucial role in helping you shift and change your life so that your body/mind/spirit can thrive and heal.
Sarah’s Ayurvedic health counseling helps clients find relief from:
-digestive distress: IBS, acid reflux, constipation
-chronic pain, RA, fibromyalgia, aches and pains
-balancing hormones, especially hot flashes and PMS
Personalized flower essence formulas and essential oil protocols provide immediate relief on an emotional, spiritual, and eventually a physical level. Sarah is committed to guiding clients through changes in their lifestyle, food, routines and help them unravel the hidden patterns in their lives making them ill. She is committed to helping the client become their own practitioner and understand how their conditions, symptoms and treatment protocol change throughout the seasons and stages of their lives.
Sarah’s journey of Reiki and Ayurvedic healing began in 2000 when she saw a Reiki healer/counselor to find contentment and emotional balance. Sarah practices meditation, Yoga, Qi Gong, mindfulness, EFT, GeoTran, Ayurveda and other complementary techniques.
Sarah has completed two years of Ayurveda study at the Kanyakumari Ayurveda and Yoga Wellness Center in Milwaukee, Wis. She started providing lifestyle/health coaching sessions as an Ayurveda Health Counselor in 2013. Ayurveda is the sister health science of Yoga and stems from ancient India. She holds memberships with the Hands-On Trade Association and the National Ayurvedic Medical Association (NAMA).
Sarah is also a freelance filmmaker, editor, Mandarin tutor, and holds a B.A. in Comparative Literature from Beloit College. She lives in a small town outside Madison where she enjoys gardening, cooking, and watching Downton Abbey, North and South, or any dramatization of an old British novel.