About Rosalie De Lombaert
Rosalie De Lombaert is a New England native, living in Seattle, and born to Belgian parents. She holds a master’s degree in Ayurvedic Sciences from Bastyr University, a bachelor’s degree in Biology from Oberlin College, and is in her final year of a doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine. She completed an internship at the Rajiv Gandhi Postgraduate Institute in Paprola, India (2017), as part of her master’s degree, in addition to eight Ayurvedic clinical rotations with Drs. Dhaval Dhru and Bill Dean.
Her interest in natural medicine stemmed from her passion for nutrition and languages. To her, Ayurveda can be used like a language — the core concepts can be taught to patients within minutes and used as a way to empower them to be involved in their own health decisions, especially when considering diet/nutrition, a foundation of healing in Ayurvedic medicine.
Her clinical interests include bridging eastern and western medical herbalism, (in)fertility, auto-immunity, and chronic disease.
In her spare time, she enjoys cooking Ayurvedically for family and friends, gardening, cycling, learning foreign languages, and fermentation.