About Us
Dr Dhaval Dhru M.D., graduate of The Ayurvedic Institute, studied Ayurveda
with Dr. Lad, including Gurukula Program in Pune, India.  He is Board Certified
in ENT and Head and Neck Surgery in the USA and Canada, and was in private
practice for more than 20 years.  He is a certified yoga teacher by Yoga Alliance.
He is an expert diagnostician in both western and eastern modalities,
international educator on Ayurveda and Yoga and has been involved with
teaching assignments at the Ayurveda Institute. His special interests are pulse
diagnosis, Marma Chikitsa and Ayur-Yoga (Yoga Therapy)
253-709-9718                 dsdhru@gmail.com
Dr. Dhaval sees patients Wednesdays in Seattle and Thursdays in Federal
Way.
Trish Foss LMP, AAP, graduated from AYU Academy (Kerala Ayurveda), with
an Advanced Practioners Certification.  She has completed advanced courses in
Women's Health, Herbology and Panchakarma in Bangalore, India. Her passions
are nutritional therapies, Ayurvedic cooking, cultivating plants and using food
as medicine. As a massage therapist she has special interests in Marma,
Shirodhara, and essential oil Aromatherapy, and  Panchakarma.

She has been enjoying her work as an Ayurveda Therapist since 2009
206-778-6612                trishfoss@gmail.com

Trish sees clients for massage, Ayurvedic treatments and Ayurvedic health
consultations, and Panchakarma.
Appointments are available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays 10-6
and Sundays 10-3.
For medically supervised Panchakarma
(PK/Ayurvedic Detox),
please contact either of these experienced
Ayurvedic medical professionals.



Gillian Ehrlich, Family Nurse Practitioner, discovered her
appreciation of health while teaching outdoor education in Puget Sound,
where she was able to share in all the elements needed for a healthy life:  
food, shelter, community, exercise, purpose and proficiency, personal
growth and fresh air. In 1999, she deepened her understanding of
physiology, prevention and disease management with training  in
Ayurveda (with Dr. Lad, and then solidified her foundation in modern
medicine by capping eight years of cardiac/internal medicine nursing at
Harborview Medical Center with a Doctorate of Nursing Practice degree
as a Family Nurse Practitioner from the University of Washington.
Explorations into integrative medicine continue through enrollment in
Functional Medicine's certification program.

Dr Gillian continues to work at Harborview Medical Center in the
Medical Respite program and sees patients individually at
Swedish
South Lake Union Clinic on Fridays, by appointment. Call
206-890-0190 or email her at:
gillian.ehrlich@swedish.org
with questions or to schedule an
appointment.