Welcome, brave woman! May I ask you…

Do you suspect you could be taking better care of yourself, but you can’t figure out how to fit it in?

Have you recently received a wake-up call like a medical diagnosis or new symptoms?

Do you feel the clock ticking and fear your nagging aches and pains are adding up?

Or do you just want to stop feeling so overwhelmed by this crazy busy world?

If you answered yes to even one of these, I’m so glad you’re here – and I trust it’s not an accident.

My name is Ivy Ingram and I am an Ayurveda Practitioner specializing in women’s health and healing. As a certified yoga teacher with a master’s degree in counseling psychology, I have been helping motivated, curious women experience deeper health for over 17 years.

ivy-ingram-3.jpgI help women find natural support for issues such as…

  • Digestive concerns
  • Menstrual cycle discomfort
  • Chronic health conditions
  • Reproductive system imbalance
  • Anxiety and depression
  • Fertility or conception challenges
  • Stress-related disorders
  • Pregnancy preparation & new mama care

I work with clients by skype/telephone, or in person in Durham, North Carolina. 

I draw on insight from Ayurveda, psychology, herbalism, somatics, yoga, mindfulness, presence-based coaching, and other wisdom sources. Together we design a doable action plan to shift your current condition, tailored uniquely to your needs and desired outcomes. Over the course of our work together, I offer guidance and support as your presenting concerns shift and dissolve.

Learn More about Working with Ivy

Your Free Gifts…

The foundation for deep-rooted health is the alignment of our habits and daily routines with nature’s rhythm. Discover some gentle ways to shift with your 2 gifts:

  • My inspiring report, “5 Ways to Boost Your Energy and Your Joy”
  • The Woman’s Moon Cycle Tracking Chart

You will also receive my monthly Full Moon Newsletter with tips, recipes and time-tested guidance from Ayurveda on living healthfully. You can easily unsubscribe at any time, and your information will never be shared.

About Ayurveda

Ayurveda is an ancient system of health care and preventive medicine that developed in India thousands of years ago. Based in nature, its tools are foods, herbs, lifestyle changes, and activities like yoga and meditation designed to restore balance to the body and mind.

tridoshaAyurveda offers suggestions tailored to each individual’s unique constitution and current situation. In this way, troublesome signs of imbalance are removed by addressing the root cause of the problem, not just the symptoms.

Ayurveda has a great deal to offer those of us who live far from the sunny land of its birthplace. This wisdom from another time is precisely what our frenetic, accomplishment-driven culture can use to reconnect to a deep source of balance and health.

In Sanskrit, the word for health is swastha; swa refers to “self” and stha means “to be located.” Thus the very meaning of health is, “to be located or centered in one’s self.” Most of us could use some help to find that center, our Self – and to stay rooted there.