Caroline Robertson is a dynamic teacher, enthusiastic advocate and practitioner of Ayurvedic Medicine and she teaches students to become Ayurvedic Lifestyle Consultants.
She attained Diplomas in Naturopathy, Homoeopathy, Botanical Medicine, and Remedial Massage in 1992. Caroline then studied Ayurveda in India for ten years. She also managed the Bhaktivedanta Ayurveda Clinic, in West Bengal.
After returning to Australia, Caroline taught and practiced Ayurveda, Aromatherapy, Anatomy, and Physiology. She has taught hundreds of students to become Ayurvedic Lifestyle Consultants through Ayurveda Elements with Rama Prasad, at Nature Care College, and Health Schools Australia. She has written extensively on Natural Health and her published works include over 200 articles, which have been published in well known Health and Wellbeing magazines.
Caroline has also authored two books on Ayurveda – Vastu Shastra and A Women’s Ayurvedic Herbal.
A Woman’s Ayurvedic Herbal book features an A-Z of herbs with their description, history and uses, and easy-to-prepare home remedies. There is also a section of ailments that details symptoms and how to treat them using Ayurvedic remedies.
She is also a qualified First Aid Trainer and director of Staying Alive First Aid. Caroline is a dynamic and dedicated teacher who walks her talk. She also holds a Cert IV in Training and Assessment. Caroline offers consultations and treatments from her clinic in Sydney.
Caroline has a special interest in mind-body healing and nurturing others to optimal health.
Caroline’s warmth and energy really come through when she is teaching, as well as, her ability to articulate course material in a tangible and relevant manner. Anyone who learns from her is in for a fabulous experience.Alethea Sheehan, yoga teacher
I really enjoyed Caroline’s teaching on this course. She is very knowledgeable and interactive in her teaching style. Don’t miss it! If you have interest in Ayurveda you won’t be disappointedJaye Roberts, yoga therapist