Ayurveda is integrated holistic system offering different attituted to heath and healing than medicine we know. Ayurveda regards prevention and healing as one thing and considers all the impacts on human body: enviroment, nutrition, physical activity and spiritual life, which helps on the way to reach inner balance.
Ayurveda is 5000 years old traditional Indian medicine, which is comprising unique systems of eating, exercises, herbal therapies, relaxation, meditation, cleaning of organism, aromatherapy and much more. Ayurveda was recognized by World Health Organization like effective medical system in 1982. It harmonizes body, spirit and mind, helps to restore internal harmony and balance.
THEORY OF AYURVEDA
AYURVEDA concept consists of five elements, representing foundation of everything: water, earth, air, fire, and ether. These elements appear in different combinations in each of us and create our uniqueness. These energetic forces of nature help us to better understand ourselves and constitute so called dosha system.
- Váta dosha - air and ether
- Pitta dosha – fire and water
- Kapha dosha – earth and water
The Ayurvedic therapist due to pulse diagnosis (Prakruti) determines your predominant doshas which control your physical, mental, emotional and spiritual self. Based on the diagnosis the therapist recommends appropriate diet, lifestyle (sleep, sport, meditation), therapies, oils, herbs and Ayurvedic medicines to harmonize and heal your body, mind and soul.
AYURVEDA IN INDIA
Ayurveda is approximately 5000 years way of living, which is comprising unique systems of eating, exercises, herbal therapies, relaxation, meditation, cleaning of organism, aromatherapy and much more, being used in today India.
The expansion of Ayurveda to Western countries was much slower than yoga, but thanks to yoga therapists Ayurveda is very popular today and used not only within yoga practice.
In India there are not only Ayurvedic spa resorts providing massage or counseling, but primarily Ayurvedic clinics or hospitals focused on Ayurveda in its complex form.
The rejuvenation programs combine healing and herbal massages – massages, wraps and baths positively affect the lymphatic and immune system. One of the most effective programs in this category is Panchakarma. Focusing on the whole body, internal organs, blood and lymphatic cleansing Panchakarma positively affects the nervous system and improves overall health. Panchakarma includes internal cleansing of the intestines, stomach, nose and cavities, herbal steam baths, massages and uses also Ayurvedic herbal supplements
Ayurveda as one of the world's oldest holistic (“whole-body”) healing systems strives for complete elimination of the disease, not only for relieving pain and manifestations of the disease, and brings the body back to its perfect balance. Ayurveda is a treatment for most of the common diseases, including post-traumatas and paralysis, spondylitis, arthritis, rheumatism, discoloration, anxiety, depression, nerve diseases, diabetes, hypertension, heart disorders, inflammation, migraine, insomnia and infertility. In most cases the improvement reaches almost 80 %. In the early stage of illness Ayurvedic therapies reach almost 100 %, especially civilization diseases such as obesity and stress.
Ayurvedic therapies make use of healing powers of nature to help us to live healthy life. Ayurveda is considered to be equal to medicine and traditional sciences, offering solutions for various health problems without side-effects. Due to positive impact on lifestyle Ayurveda became very popular holistic healing systems, for instance offering effective solutions to remove stress, which is difficult in terms of „traditional medicine“ as we know it.
Ayurvedic program designed by our professional ayurvedic therapists:
- Ayurveda Panchakarma
- Ayurveda rejuvenation
- Ayurveda beauty
- Ayurveda for woman
- Ayurveda back pain
- Ayurveda weight Loss
- Ayurvedic weekend
- Ayurveda yoga detox