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What is Ayurveda?  Ayurveda is “The science of life.”  It is the traditional natural medicine of India, dating back over five thousand years.  It is a very comprehensive health care system, which takes into account every aspect of the person and the environment.  In The United States, Ayurveda falls under CAM, which stands for Complimentary & Alternative Medicine.  Ayurveda supports and respects all traditional medical treatments and works along with them.  

Ayurveda was created for everyone.  Its purpose is to heal and maintain the quality and longevity of life.  It focuses heavily on disease prevention.  The goal of Ayurveda is to practice good health and bring the body back in balance, as opposed to strictly fighting disease. However, protocols are geared towards the person's specific health concerns, to help restore balance. 

Ayurveda embraces disciplines that support our health, such as massage, herbal medicines, surgical procedures, exercise as well as other physical modalities, rejuvenation of the body, as well as psychological and spiritual counseling.  


How does Ayurveda define health? The definition of health in Ayurveda is when all 3 doshas, digestive fire, all the body tissues & components, all the physiological processes are in perfect harmony and the soul, the sense organs and the mind are in total satisfaction and content. 


When "agni"  (digestive fire) becomes imbalanced, it causes the doshas to become imbalanced, which starts the beginning of the disease process.  Ayurveda recognizes that all diseases have a phycological component as well as physical and emotional.  We look at the mind and the body as "one," not as separate functions.  

Ayurvedic Assessment and treatment modalities:

  • Herbs

  • Oils

  • Marma

  • Lifestyle Counseling           

  • Diet

  • Yoga

  • Daily Routine

  • Pranayama

  • Meditation

  • Panchakarma

  • Jyotish (Vedic Astrology)

  • Gemstones

  • Vastu (Science of Architecture)

  • Ayurvastra (dress code for healthy living)

  • Massage and self-care therapies – abhyanga, snehana, topical basti, swedana

What is an Ayurvedic Practitioner?  An AP is a professional trained to focus on natural preventive healthcare, as well as health promotion with a specific focus on diet, lifestyle, physical and mental health through traditional Ayurvedic medical science principles and practices.  An AP can write protocols and recommendations to restore the doshas back to their natural state, or as close as possible.

What does an Ayurvedic Practitioner offer? 

* An AP can determine and analyze a client's unique constitution (dosha)

* Conduct Ayurvedic lifestyle consultations and give recommendations.

* Give Ayurvedic guidance on daily routines, pranayama, yoga, meditation and managing the mind, seasonal guidelines, health prevention science, cooking and nutrition, using herbs and kitchen spices to enhance health,  herbology, and ayurvedic physiology and psychology.

* Offer guidance on special Ayurvedic therapies and home remedies.

* Offers lifestyle education  and practices in groups and privately.

Book a call to find out more about Ayurveda, and how it may be able to help you.


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