Ekaterina, Germany (Nutrition, Lifestyle, Herbal treatment)

Last year I started working with Nadia on my long term bladder inflammation and burn out. I had to change my diet and take herbal powders plus some plant-based supplements. It takes time, and I am moving slowly but steadily towards healing. My bladder inflammation is almost gone, and my burn out is also showing fewer signs. I am grateful to Nadia for a sane and precise approach. She is easy to work with.

 

Alex, Cambridgeshire (Massage treatment)

I first came across Ayurveda when looking for alternative treatments for ulcerative colitis, which I had been struggling with for many years at that point. I have to admit that it took me a while to accept the Ayurvedic point of view, which I found to be radically different from conventional Western medicine (which was all I knew at that point). A few years down the line, I have now been following an Ayurvedic diet for several years, I do not take any Western medications, and I feel great – much better than I did when I was trying to follow the conventional
approach! I am much more in touch with my body (I try to constantly listen to what it’s trying to tell me and in many cases, I succeed in understanding) and with the natural daily (and seasonal) rhythms of life. I would never go back to how I was living before.

Regular massages at 1000 Miles Therapy help me to stay in balance, to relax, calm my mind and body, get a good night’s sleep and, on occasion, address specific issues (such as headaches or muscle pains). I have found the massages to be a very important and enjoyable part of the journey! Many thanks, Nadia!

 

Eleni, Cambridgeshire (Massage treatment)

The massage was a wonderful experience and after it my body felt extremely relaxed, I could feel no tightness in my muscles and I could not even remember when I had felt like this before. This was remarkable, especially considering that I was going through a very stressful period of my life when I had the massage. I guess that this was a reason why the effects did not last longer. However, at least after the massage I seemed to be in a better position to handle my usual fits of stress and this was quite a relief.

 

Eric, Germany (Massage treatment)

Recently I had the opportunity to try an Ayurvedic massage by Nadia and I am glad that I tried it! A relaxing experience which kept me as a whole de-stressed not only during but also for quite a while after the massage. So when I am in the area again, I hope to get back for another session.

 

Natalia, Moscow (Nutrition, Lifestyle, Herbal treatment)

It so happened that in summer ’16 I was diagnosed with endometriosis which was successfully operated on. My further “official” treatment included injections with hormones which would have blocked estrogen production and turned my organism into an artificial state of climax for about 6 months. At that time I made a scary discovery – there seemed to be NO other choice for women in my situation. Heavy hormones, climax with all its niceties and then – possible return of the disease. Not too cool. I was lucky to find two ladies who proved “official” medicine wrong. One was a phyto- and hirudo-therapist. The other one was Nadia.
Now, almost 9 months after the beginning of my “unofficial” treatment, I am happy to say that my analyses (hormones and ultrasound) came clear. I would not say that it was nice and easy, I’d rather say it was an interesting experience which later turned into a way of life.
Coriander water in the morning and nigella with cumin and honey in the evening – that wasn’t hard at all. Turning from a genuine owl into a happy little lark was a bit harder but I managed and am now quite happy about it – I need less time for night rest now, my mind is kind of renewed, I almost stopped having headaches, my working abilities improved, which was a nice bonus.

With food, it was an interesting quest. Before Nadia told me, I’d never even thought about not mixing different proteins. From Nadia’s explanations, I understood how difficult it was for the organism to process protein mixtures and have being doing my best not to overload it with unnecessary work. It was a bit problematic to almost completely remove pickles and tomatoes from my diet because I don’t have sweet tooth but a salty one. I confess that sometimes those faulty 25% do include a pickle or two but I try not to do it too often. Thanks to a changed diet I can now more carefully listen to my body and hear when it tells me that something is not too cool with it. Great feeling – to be able to react to your body’s request! Also it’s great to know that you can ask Nadia any question about what’s going on with your body and get a quick and detailed answer and recommendations. Thanks a lot, it’s a blessing knowing you!!!