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Health and wellness depend on a delicate <br />
balance between the mind, body, and spirit.
Health and wellness depend on a delicate
balance between the mind, body, and spirit.
Ayurveda is one of the world's oldest
medical systems.

Sre Krishnan Nair


Ayurvedic Therapist, Sports & Remedial Massage Therapist, Yoga & Meditation Teacher, Ayurvedic Cooking Classes

  • Qualified Ayurvedic Therapist, Kerala, India
  • Cert IV Massage Therapy
  • Diploma Remedial Massage
  • Certificate in Sports Massage
  • Yoga and Meditation Teacher
  • Ayurvedic Cooking Classes


Available every Tuesday

Ayurveda is an ancient system of medicine from India. It aims to maintain or re-establish harmony between the mind, body and nature. This balancing is used for both prevention and treatment of illness and to enhance wellbeing.

Ayurveda combines a number of approaches such as change in lifestyle, Ayurvedic medicine, cleansing or detoxifying, massage, yoga, breath exercises and meditation. Overall it aims to strengthen and purify the body and mind and increase spiritual awareness.

Sre offers a range of ayurvedic massage treatments that will help ease physical and mental stress in the body. Treatments will also alleviate physical ailments like joint, muscle and rheumatic pain, and aid in recovery from injury or surgery.You will leave feeling softer, subtler and ready to flow with life.

Authentic Ayurvedic Therapies
My name is Sre and I’m a traditional Ayurvedic Practitioner qualified in Herbal Health Care, Panchakarma Therapy and Remedial Massage. I am also a qualified Yoga Teacher and instruct at various studios, and with private clients, around Melbourne.

I have 14 years of experience in Yoga and Ayurveda, studying under some of India’s most experienced teachers through government certified programs. In 2010 I moved to Melbourne and have been treating people across the city ever since. My Australian qualifications include: Diploma of Remedial Massage, Certificate IV in Massage Therapy, Certificate of Sports Massage.

As a teenager I was drawn to the Ashram and spent my free time there when I wasn’t playing cricket. One of the Madhajis (a female Monk) introduced me to traditional Indian medicine, known as Ayurveda. Over the years my interest grew and I began studying to be an Ayurvedic Therapist.

At the Ashram, I also watched and helped my older brother cooking for Saptaham – an annual seven-day festival attended by hundreds of people. I was in awe of my brother’s intuitive, calm approach and ability to open hearts and connect communities using creative combinations of simple, healthy ingredients.

I also love sharing my culture and connecting through food which is where ‘Punyam’ – the Southern Indian Cooking Experiences – comes in. It’s a social enterprise, which means that once our costs have been taken care of 50% of the profits go back towards community development projects in my home state of Kerala, India.

Namasthe x Sre