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About EverVeda

Here at Everveda we are on a mission to restore and rejuvenate the lives of those who seek better health. We are here to show you that map and create a plan to bring you back to balance. Our sacred grounds are tucked away from the chaos of the outside world so you can revel in the lusciousness of nature and begin the process of healing. We are home to many modes of healing practices such as Abhyanga, Shirodhara, Swedana, Reiki, Pancha Karma, conscious cooking, and nutritional counseling just to name a few. From thorough consultations to carefully prescribed therapies and lifestyle practices, our experience will create long term strategies all aimed at restoring and maintaining your unique balance.

The first step on your path to optimum health and peace of mind begins with your initial consultation. This consultation will include an intake and an assessment followed by a report of findings. From this experience you can expect to gain a deeper understanding of the foundational principles of Ayurveda, a summary of your constitution and state of imbalance, as well as initial recommendations to begin your healing journey. We understand that it has taken time for your mind-body to develop any imbalances you are experiencing and with this knowledge recognize that the healing journey too will take time. At your Report of Findings We will outline the best treatment plan based on you as a unique individual and you can expect for us to work together in an on going manner for 6-12 months.

Throughout this time your treatment plan will be implemented at a pace that is appropriate for you. Our goal is to provide you with the tools of Ayurveda. You will feel empowered by the wisdom of Ayurveda, as you take back the responsibility of your own valuable health. 

Our Team

Jill Talvé, C.A.S., P.K.S.


Jill is a graduate of the California College of Ayurveda as a Clinical Ayurvedic Specialist. As a C.A.S, Jill is qualified to work clinically on patients focusing on nutrition, Ayurvedic body therapies, lifestyle practices, and making custom herbal medicine. She began on her path to Ayurveda in 2002, when she met a woman who was both an MD and an Ayurvedic practitioner under Maya Tiwari. From that point, Jill was guided through a transformational process which led to a healthy, happy life. 

After various workshops and seminars in both the USA and India, Jill decided to deepen her understanding of Ayurveda to a level where she can serve others and help to heal them. 

She enrolled at California College of Ayurveda and found CCA as one of the most comprehensive, professional programs in the country for Ayurveda practitioner certification. She is also a certified Pancha Karma Specialist, able to administer a full Pancha Karma when needed. Jill attended the Gurukula residency program with Dr. Vasant Lad in Pune, India. As a member of the faculty at CCA, Jill guides distance learning students in their studies on their way to certification. Jill is determined to give the best Ayurvedic care possible to those she is given the privilege to see, combining the past, present and future of healing in all its forms. Jill is also a certified yoga instructor and a professional member of NAMA.


Heidi Kinney


Heidi has been teaching yoga for two decades and providing holistic skincare and health services in New York City for 15 years.

Heidi shared her skincare expertise in addition to her nutritional knowledge with clients at Pratima’s Ayurvedic Spa and Clinic in Soho for eight years. She then had the pleasure of teaching yoga and offering skincare treatments at Yoga 216 in Chelsea for four years until the studio closed.

In 2019 Heidi started her own wellness business and is offering Ayurveda skincare services and private yoga in Prospect Heights Brooklyn and at EverVeda in Long Island.

Heidi enjoys working with clients by addressing their individual needs and goals through yoga, nutrition, and skincare.


Keshari Das


Keshari Das is a certified Ayurvedic practitioner, with a passion for subtle and intuitive bodywork. She comes from a family of satyagrahis – nonviolent freedom fighters in India’s independence movement – and her early exposure to Gandhian principles inspired her exploration along paths of mindful practice. Allured by the indigenous medicines of her motherland, she devoted herself to lifelong study of Ayurveda and was healed of chronic illness. Now she is cheerfully committed to sharing the teachings of this empowering wisdom tradition.

Keshari has over 1500 hours of classroom and clinical training from The Ayurvedic Institute, with Dr. Vasant Lad and faculty. She is a professional member of the National Ayurvedic Medicine Association. She recently completed a mentorship with Dr. Claudia Welch, Ayurvedic practitioner and Doctor of Oriental Medicine. She’s grateful to have immersed in additional studies with Karen Rose, Dr. Robert Svoboda, Tyler Wauters and the inaugural cohort of the Living Ayurveda Internship (LAI), amongst many beloved others. Now she is grateful to serve with Cassidy Acacia as LAI Co-Coordinator and faculty for Banyan Farm in Williams, Oregon..

Keshari has additional certification as a reiki practitioner, AyurYoga teacher, and western herbalist. Out of affection for plant life, she became a self-taught botanical illustrator. She volunteers with the National Alliance on Mental Illness as a support group facilitator and mental health advocate. And she can often be found wandering the northeast, indulging her pathological addiction to kirtan.


Erin Quell


Erin is currently enrolled in the Clinical Ayurveda Specialist Program at the California College of Ayurveda (CCA). Jill Talve is her mentor at CCA. She has completed the Ayurvedic Health Counselor Academic Program Part 1 at CCA and is currently certified to practice Abhyanga, Shirodhara, Svedana, Marma Point Therapy, and Pranic Healing.

Erin Quell has also dedicated much of her life to the science of yoga. She teaches classical Hatha-Raja yoga as expounded by her Guru Sri Dharma Mittra. Hatha-Raja yoga (Dharma Yoga) combines the practice of traditional asana (postures) with devotion to the Supreme Self, which will ultimately lead to radiant health, a calm mind, and God Realization. She has graduated from the Dharma Yoga Life of a Yogi (DY LOAY) 200, 500, and 800-Hour Teacher Training Program. She also obtained certification in prenatal, postnatal, mom and baby yoga, and yoga anatomy and therapeutic (850 hours) at an ashram in North Carolina. Erin aspires to share Ayurveda and yoga with her community to contribute to the prosperity of all people, both physically and spiritually.