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Joanie Bégin-Morin

Joanie is a certified ayurvedic health consultant, certified massage therapist, yoga & movement instructor and inspired traveler. Her curiosity for healthy living led her to take her first yoga class in her late teens, which opened up a whole world of travel and studies of the ancient holistic approaches of Ayurveda, yoga and vedic astrology.


Her approach reflects her way of life: intuitive, grounded, positive and heart-centered. Rooted in the wisdom of Ayurveda and Yoga, her offerings also integrate western understandings of musculoskeletal work to help you thrive and feel whole. She brings joy and deep listening to her work, creating a safe and nurturing environment where all are welcome. Joanie utilizes her diverse background and intuitive guidance to serve each person individually. Her classes and one-on-one work explore the themes of self-awareness, living with the seasons and finding integrity in every moment.


Joanie completed her NAMA certified Ayurvedic health practitioner program through the New World Ayurveda School under Dr. Paul Dugliss, MD. She holds certifications in Marma Chikitsa from Dr. Lad's Ayurvedic Institute, Hatha and Ayurvedic Yoga from New World Ayurveda, and Massage Therapy from Wellness Massage Insitute. She continues to travel to India to further her study of Ayurveda and Vedic Astrology namely under Jyotish master Chandrashekar Sharma. 


Joanie also loves to dance, connect with people, cook and play barefoot in the woods (or on a snowboard!)

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The National Ayurvedic Medical Association (NAMA) represents the Ayurvedic profession in the United States of America. Its mission is to preserve, protect, promote and advance the consciousness-based philosophy, knowledge, science and practice of Ayurveda for the benefit of all beings. For more information, visit www.ayurvedanama.org

Please note that blossom āyurveda is not a primary care medical clinic. Its practitioners are not doctors

and do not diagnose or treat disease or prescribe medicine. We encourage you to be under the care of a

primary care physician, as the therapeutic services we offer are not substitutes for medical treatment.