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 ...

  • Marma therapy

    13 Aug Mind-Body-Spiritual Connection – Marmani

    Marma points are portals into the multidimensionality of life (Lad, V. 2015). Marma points are positions on the body where flesh, veins, arteries, tendons, bones and joints meet. They represent junction points between consciousness and physiology. Th...

  • data dosha

    28 Mar Vata Imbalances: The Individual and the Planet

    Who did not look for his/her keys one morning in a hurry, or vehicle in an endless parking lot? Or absorbed by the cell phone while walking, stumbling or encountering an obstacle? Or cook a recipe while watching TV and mix the wrong ingredients ???.....

  • Epices ayurveda digestion

    19 Dec Digestion and well-being at the heart of Ayurveda Part 2: the stomach & small intestine

    Ayurveda, diet and digestion are at the heart of health. A slow or suboptimal digestive fire (mandagni) would be the cause of more than 60% of the diseases. Why not? We eat 3 meals a day, not always aware of what we swallow, more or less aware...

  • ayurvedic cooking workshops

    27 Nov Ayurvedic cooking workshops: Winter and Spring

    Food choices, tastes and spices of ayurvedic cooking, preparation of simple and well balanced recipes with delicious flavors, enjoying the prepared meal (ovo-lacto vegetarian) and booklet of recipes provided to participants.   Visit our page Ayu...

  • 07 Sep Elimination and Wellbeing – Colon (purishavaha srota)

    It is estimated that approximately 50 tons of food are ingested during a human life. How do we manage our diet, our digestion or our elimination? By following the fad? By fasting occasionally? By supplementing? By reading magazines that week by week ...

  • 07 Jun Endocrine Disruptors

    Endocrine disruptors consist of a wide group of chemicals or compounds (EDCs) that mimic the activity of our own hormones, disrupting our basic physiology and causing diseases, aches and pain.  EDCs can affect any endocrine system, from the reproduc...

  • Inflammation

    14 Mar Inflammation according to Ayurveda

    Inflammation is a protective response of the body subsequent to a physical aggression (trauma), a chemical aggression (artificial chemicals) or a biological invasion (pathogens/toxins) resulting in pain, skin reactions, swollen tissues and/or functio...