Betty Brown is an Ayurvedic Health Educator and currently an intern with the California College of Ayurveda. She is a Registered Nurse (RN), with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from the University of Minnesota School of Nursing in 1992. As an BS RN, Betty worked primarily in Critical Care, Bone Marrow and Cardiac Transplant. During the last 17 years, Betty transitioned from working in a hospital setting to focus on her passion of health and wellness, engaging in community initiatives focused on preventative health measures. Betty has an understanding of how western medicine addresses health and illness, and realized the missing piece in this health care model is a comprehensive holistic and preventative health system that is simple and easy for everyone to follow.
As Betty pursued her studies in holistic and preventative health systems, she discovered Ayurveda. The holistic teachings of Ayurveda connected with her core beliefs of health, with the emphasis on nutrition, proper digestion, and living in balance with one’s mind, body and spirit. This is true holistic and preventative health care.
Since Betty started studying Ayurveda in 2015, she has experienced profound change in her own personal physical, emotional and spiritual health as she has incorporated Ayurvedic self-care practices in her daily life. Betty noticed improved physical wellness and improved digestion for maintaining her optimal weight. Ayurveda has taught her how to manage the stresses of life with greater ease and a sense of peace. Most importantly, Ayurveda offers simple and effective empowering tools, that can be followed daily, which supports the body’s own capacity to heal.
Betty incorporates her passion for cooking through the lenses of Ayurveda, where food is considered medicine. She grew up in Korea, where she has fond memories of foraging in the mountains with her mother for herbs and greens used to promote general health and for specific ailments. Food not only satiates hunger, but supports the body's natural abilities to detoxify, to build new healthy tissues, and to build a strong immune system. Along with cooking, Betty is also trained in other holistic supportive therapies such as meditation and hypnotherapy which she incorporates in her Ayurvedic therapies.
Contact Betty for an Ayurvedic consultation today by email at email@example.com or by phone at 614-961-7308.
Welcome to your journey of health and wellness through Ayurveda!