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Scott Allan – Ayurvedic Practitioner

Scott is a highly skilled Ayurvedic Practitioner with 16 years of clinical experience and is the Co-Founder of the Ayurveda and Yoga Therapy together with his wife Kim.

Scott offers a comprehensive service to all his clients backed with years of clinical experience, continued study and dedicated service.  Over his years of practice Scott has developed a unique approach and skillset to ensure his clients have access to a high level of service, education and support to ensure success with their health goals.

Scott began the first of his studies in Ayurveda in 2006 and went on to complete a double qualification in Ayurveda with Dr Ajit of the Australasian Institute of Ayurvedic Studies over a period of 6 yrs. Scott established the Ayurveda and Yoga Therapy Clinic in 2008 specialising in Ayurvedic medicine.     He also holds a Diploma in Western Herbal medicine and has studied other modalities. With diversity in treating a range of medical conditions, this draws interest from interstate and locally seeking his advice.

Over the years Scott has successfully helped his clients overcome a number of medical conditions, ranging from Hepatitis C, eczema, psoriasis, High blood pressure, digestive disorders, support for cancer patients, weight loss, depression, anxiety, women’s health such as endometriosis, menopause balance, autoimmune disease, rheumatoid arthritis, arthritis, back, neck and shoulder problems, chronic pain and many more.

Scott also assists families with improving the health of their young children, teenagers and infants.

Scott’s clients are guided on their path to health with a high level of care and support.

Scott was recently invited to speak at the Global Ayurveda Conference in 2021 on Scope and Practice in Ayurveda as the Australian representative along with Dr Ajit. This was put together by the Independent Research Ethics Society in association with Vishwa Ayurveda Parishad, Med Pharma CRO, IEC (CR) India [Independent Ethics Committee {Clinical Research} India] & AYUSH SAMRIDDHI, GLOBAL AYUSH series on the Scope and Practice of Ayurveda.

Scott has been an active participant in the role of how Ayurveda Training standards are delivered in Australia and is the president of the International Council of Ayurvedic Medicine (ICAM).  Scott was chosen along with a small group of Ayurvedic Practitioners in Australia to assess and give feedback on the training standards of Ayurveda by the WHO in Australia. This was in conjunction with various academics, researchers, government officials and other practitioners from around the world.

Scott completed a diploma in Svastha Yoga teaching and studied Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras (classical yoga as taught by Sri Krishnamacharya).

Scott is currently continuing his professional development in Ayurveda and Medical Science.