Brindabella Natural Health Centre Practitioners


Chamari Wickramasinghe

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Dr. Chamari Ayesha is a highly accomplished practitioner with a unique blend of expertise in Ayurveda and conventional medicine, proudly serving the healthcare community in Sri Lanka and Australia. Holding a reputable MBBS degree, she has undergone rigorous training in Western medicine, providing her with a solid foundation in modern healthcare practices.

Dr. Chamari Ayesha pursued her postgraduate studies in Ayurveda at AIHFE in Australia, specializing in traditional Indian Ayurvedic therapies and the art of Panchakarma. Her dedication and training have enabled her to become a certified Ayurvedic practitioner in Australia, where she continues to promote holistic wellness and healing through her practice.

With a genuine commitment to holistic healing, Dr. Chamari Ayesha emphasizes the importance of balance, harmony, and personalized care, helping individuals achieve optimal health and vitality by bridging the gap between traditional and modern medicine making her a respected figure in the field of holistic healthcare.

She specialises in stress, anxiety and depression, musculoskeletal and neuromuscular disorders, women's health, infertility, postnatal healthcare, weight loss, skin diseases, respiratory disorders, digestive disorders as well as ayurvedic detox.

To book an appointment and to discuss treatments please email Dr. Chamari Ayesha at the Brindabella Natural Health Centre, located in Dickson Chambers, within the Dickson Shopping Centre opposite the Post Office.

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Three energies circulate within the body and govern physiological activity. Their differing proportions determine individual temperament and physical constitution and when unbalanced causes a disposition specific to physical and mental disorders.

The Ayurvedic massage/Abayanga Ayurvedic massage also known as Abhyanga employs holistic and integrative medicine principles originating from India 3000 years ago. The main focus of this massage treatment is to balance doshas within your body to achieve spiritual fulfilment and relaxation. It helps to improve lymphatic drainage, release muscle tension and nourish the skin.

The technique of the massage is quite different from the usual Swedish, deep tissue, or sports massage. The massage therapist can combine the special techniques with essential oils to achieve benefits. The technique focuses on the manipulation of the skin as well as specific energy points, so you should not expect the therapist to apply deep pressure to break down ‘knots’ within the body.

There are many essential oils in Ayurvedic massage. They are very similar to those used for aromatherapy treatment, however, we classify them uniquely to promote the flow of specific doshas. For instance, if the massage therapist believes that you need some work done to promote the flow of the Pitta, they will use cold oils; whereas if a therapist believes that you need to improve the flow of your Vatta, it is very likely that they will suggest warm or even hot oils.

Ayurvedic massage has many benefits and this depends on the type of oil selected to your body type.

The selection of oil influences a desirable outcome. For example, if you would like to improve your focus, memory, concentration, or efficiency, the therapist may recommend oils such as verbena, rose, tea tree, or ginger.

If your aim is to reduce inflammation and fight infection or illness, the therapist may recommend chamomile, cedar, or pine.

Dr. Chamari Ayesha has a degree in Biochemistry and Diplomas in Remedial massage and Ayurveda medicine. She has been working in the health field for over 10 years.

You may not have heard much about Ayurvedic massage, so if you have read this post and it caught your interest, it is definitely worth trying it out.

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Dr. Chamari Ayesha holds an Advanced Diploma (Health Science) Naturopathy & Herbal Medicine (Ayurveda), MBBS degree (Sri Lanka), Cert IV Massage Therapy, Master Trainer Fitness, First Aid.

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