The unique path of Ayurveda is to reach harmony with One’s internal and external environments.

Life is challenging:  adapting to changes, preventing and healing sporadic or chronic imbalances are not necessarily self‑evident.

Ayurveda offers many tools to guide your personal journey.Ayurveda Equilibre Santé (AES) offers ayurvedic health services tailored to your needs.

Marie-Claude Cantin

Marie-Claude Cantin, Doctor in Biology and Naturopath in Clinical Ayurveda, can facilitate your journey toward health and balance.  She has extensive experience in care practice guiding people to better health through ayurvedic consultations and treatments, and yoga practice.

Latest Articles

  • acide base nutrition ayurveda

    28 May Acid-Alkaline Balance – Part 2

    The table below follows the Acid-Alkaline Balance Part 1 from the Spring blog. Acidic foods slow down, inhibit or stop the detoxification process. They are also inflammatory and mucus forming.  Eating an acidic diet leads to congestion and inflammat...

  • Acid-alkalin-nutrition

    25 Mar Acid-Alkaline Balance – Part 1

    Regulation of body fluid pH is one of the most important physiological functions of homeostasis, the ability to keep a constant internal environment.  Lungs, kidneys and buffers play a major role in eliminating acidity while maintaining homeostasis....

  • Gunas-ayurveda

    15 Jan The Gunas: states of consciousness

    Just as the physical body is made up of 3 doshas (Vata, Pitta and Kapha), the mental body has 3 forms of energies (Prana, Tejas and Ojas) and a psycho-spiritual constitution (consciousness) with 3 qualities or gunas, Sattva, Raja and Tamas. The term ...