Ayurveda is India's 5,000 year old "Science of Life." It is the art of living in harmony with nature. 

When we learn about Ayurveda, we learn about ourselves, how we tick and how we can be our healthiest and happiest. Ayurveda helps us understand our natural tendencies, and through learning about our doshas, we learn to recognise our strengths and work on our weaknesses.

Ayurveda teaches us to live life in balance. And it helps us to find exactly what that balance is for each one of us. We learn individual strategies for diet, exercise, and lifestyle.

deborah anne coyne

Deborah’s organic life experiences are influenced from her path; oceanic coast to raw living from the farm. Deborah has lived in the South West tapestry of Western Australia for over 30 years. Sacred Red Lily offers life opportunity improvements for corporate, group, couples or individuals including disability impaired clients in the forms of Ayurvedic Cooking Classes, Basic Wholesome Cooking Classes, Ayurvedic Workshops, Wellness Consultations, Signature Massages, Reflexology, Pregnancy Massage & Reflexology, Holistic Facials, Shirodhara, Indian Scalp Massage and Abhyanga Massage and Traditional Ayurvedic Therapies. Passions of Ayurvedic Philosophy has been a life journey; from healing herbals, Homoeopathics, wholesome foods, self-suffiency, home births and mindfulness through mental clarity, yoga and daily Dinacharya Ayurveda practise; Deborah has inhaled an abundance of primitive influences creating an inspiring and gratifying life rooted in the laws and cycles of Mother Nature. Creating nurturing thought patterns and wholesome nutrition is the intention to nourish the mind, body and soul; precisely what the body desires to rejuvenate our physical bodies’ entire system. Fermented foods contain living bacteria that digest ama/toxins (eliminate that which is not wholeness) and replenish enzymes; which create functional agni (central digestive fire) improving our overall digestion. Ayurveda nutrition creates good nutrient absorption, assimilation and elimination processes. Dinacharya daily routines entice ‘our skin’ the largest organ of our bodies with subtle lubrication, hydration and renewal of our inner cells. Yoga is the sister science to Ayurveda. The daily practice of Yoga stances and Pranayama breathing keep our bodies subtle and enrich our blood with oxygen providing mental clarity within. Possessing strength and stillness is a sign of balance: power and serenity combined in one moment. PASSION BALANCE INSPIRATION

Clients I treat: Massage, Reflexology and Ayurvedic therapies for men, women, pregnancy mothers’, elderly, children, disability impaired, individual clients with a wide scope of health issues from anxiety and stress to multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy and cancer clients including palliative care requiring therapeutic or rejuvenative therapies.

Other practitioners I collaborate with: I offer informal/formal referrals to suits my client’s needs and region of location whether clinical or rejuvenative therapies: including massage, reflexology, women’s and men’s health issues, fertility, nutrition and medicinal. • Katie Yoga and Meditation • Heidi Lehman Emmett Therapy • Waratah Domestic Violence • James Graham Chiropractor • Ivan Ducat Osteopath • Sue Perriman Forensic Healing

Modality: Ayurveda Massage & Reflexology

Professional Body Registration: Reflexology Association of Australia

Business Name: Sacred Red Lily

Address: 1 Greyteal Place Busselton

Contact phone number: 0408937221

Email address: enquiries@sacredredlily.com.au

Business website: https://www.sacredredlily.com.au