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A Holistic Approach to Healthy Living

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Meet ​Vaidya Falguni Trivedi

Ayurveda Specialist

Vaidya Falguni Trivedi B.A.M.S., has been in practice for over twenty-eight years targeting specific diagnoses for each treated patient, depending on their individual prakruti (nature).  A highly respected Ayurvedic Practitioner and popular “Panchkarma” therapist offering a complete system of healing based on a blend of conventional and complementary Ayurvedic Herbs. Vaidya Trivedi's specialty in “Pancharma” makes her a unique practitioner in the treatment of various kinds of diseases.  Vaidya Trivedi graduated from a highly accredited, University of Gujarat, India in  1991. A well-known Vaidya in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, has positively treated thousands of clients.


Vaidya Trivedi in addition to practicing Ayurveda, has a wide array of knowledge in other alternative medicines like Naturopathy and Yoga Sciences, which she incorporates in her treatments.  Vaidya Trivedi is a founder of Atharva Ayurveda Clinic and Panchakarma Center in Ahmedabad, Gujarat (Est. 1991).  

Vaidya Trivedi has a loving family including her husband and daughter and enjoys spending time with her family and being active in the community, and is eagerly awaiting her patients in Athens, GA  who typically build lifelong relationships/friendships. 

Academic Experience:

☆ Worked in U.S.A. N J as a teaching faculty – 2003 to 2007


☆ Ayurvedic Practice, INDIA – Started 1992.
☆ American School of Ayurveda New Jersey U.S.A. as a Faculty – 2002 to 2007.
☆ Lotus Natural Health & Healing Centre New Jersey U.S.A. – 2003 to 2007.
☆ Essential Spa & Ayurvedic entre New York U.S.A. – 2004 to 2007.
☆ Natural Health & Healing Centre New Jersey U.S.A. – 2004 to 2007.


Certified in:

☆ Certified in food and drugs
☆ Certified in Yoga Science
☆ Certified in Agni Karma
☆ Certified in Naturopathy
☆ Certified in Sky Healing


Ayurveda - The Science of Life

Ayurveda was originated in India over 5,000 years ago, and is often called "The Mother of All Healing."  Ayurveda is considered the oldest healing practice by many scholars around the world. Principally, Ayurveda is the root of many therapies the western countries have become familiar with over the years such as Homeopathy and other Holistic Therapies. 


Ayurveda identifies three basic types of energies or functional principles that are present in everyone and everything. Vata (Space, or Air), Pitta (Fire) and Kapha (Water), and the imbalance of these elements is what gave birth to Ayurveda by the founding father of the Vedas. Balancing these energies through natural and holistic methods is the core of Ayurveda.



According to Ayurveda, the quality of your digestion is the key to the well-being of your entire human anatomy.

Abdominal Disorders arise from misaligned Agni due to increase in Malas (Excrements and Vata), which leads to accumulation of Dosas - Vata, Pitta and Kapha.  This process has direct affects to Prana, Agni and Apana, blocking passages between muscle and skin and inflates the abdomen, thus the disorder.

Psychosomatic Disorders

Managing Psychosomatic Disorders involves managing both mind and body so it works in synchrony.  In Ayurveda, "Psych" or "The Mind" and "Soma" or "The Body" are maintained by Manodaihik Vidhis (Psychosomatic Management) to:

- Help Prevent Problems

- Help in Environmental Changes 

- Guide in Yoga and Meditation

- Changes in Life Style

Cleansing & Rejuvination Programs (Panchkarma Therapies)

Ama (toxins) flush

Women's Health

For Thousands of years, Ayurveda has provided a respectful and supportive approach for women (or Shakti - The Mother and Source of Creation) in every stage of life, for restoring and maintaining balance of Vata, Pitta and Kapha.  The Beauty of Nature is such that it provides the principles and tools to balance the feminine and masculine nature of our existence, which is ever changing as we evolve.  Ayurvedic practices include food appropriations, Yoga and Meditation, which shall always be preferred to seasonality and individual Prakruti and Vikruti (individual and current conditions) for everlasting joy, health and peace.

Respiratory Disorders

The respiratory system is a combination of organs and tissues associated with breathing. According to Ayurveda, respiratory

challenges can be classified into categories: Kasa (Cough), Shwasa (Breathing difficulties), Peenasa (Sinusitis), Pratishyaya (Rhinitis).

Ayurveds's description of respiration is very brief and somewhat poetic. It says “the prana vayu, one of the 5 types of Vata, traverses from the navel region through the throat, passes out to consume the nectar from the air in the atmosphere and then comes back to nourish the body”. Ayurveda diagnoses

respiratory disorders not according to the infection caused by micro-organisms, but rather in terms of the nature of systemic imbalance caused due to respiratory distress. It considers that the respiratory system to some extent is influenced by the state of mind, metabolism and excretory function in human body.

Weight Management

According to Ayurveda, the tendency to put on more weight easily or not gaining enough weight depends on imbalance in five

elements of body and constitution of three doshas: Vata, Pitta and Kapha.

Although poor dietary choices and inactivity are said to be the top reasons for obesity, physical workout and diets can do very little to help if the underlying cause in dosha imbalances are not managed at the same time.

Weight Management in Ayurveda deals more with the way our digestive system processes the food and impact of liver in anabolic metabolism, which causes the accumulation of excessive Kapha and Ama (toxins from food and drinks). An imbalance in Kapha can result in weight gain or obesity, while a build-up of Ama is typical among those who are underweight.

For Weight Management, there is a specific Ayurvedic therapy to increase the element of Fire and decreasing anabolic metabolism. This program includes several powder massages and steam, along with Ayurvedic oral herbs to increase pitta (fire) which will improve the catabolic metabolism of the body.

In addition to Ayurvedic therapy and herbs, healthy diet and lifestyle, yoga, etc. can be very helpful in maximizing the effect of this Ayurvedic therapy for weight loss.



"I experienced a 3 day Panchakarma in the caring hands of Vaidya Falguni and Maribel. Falguni Trivedi is a very knowledgeable doctor who addressed all of my health concerns. I am still enjoying the benefits of my PK treatment, high energy level, comfort in my joints and an overall feeling of wellbeing."

— Celia Brooks

Contact Info


706-206-8839 (C)

706-372-6118 (W)

1945 Barnett Shoals Rd, Athens GA 30605