Dating its origins to more than 5,000 years ago in India, Ayurveda (the science of life) is the world’s oldest system of healing. Once practised with great gusto it was abolished by British colonists for many years, Ayurveda is now reemerging worldwide as the sustainable health solution.
What makes Ayurveda so unique, effective, and inspiring?
Ayurveda addresses the root causes of disease and imbalance, rather than just mere symptom management.
In Ayurveda, each person is treated as a unique individual and is provided customised wellness solutions.
A lot of care is put into developing the most optimal diet, daily routine, seasonal routine, exercise regime, yoga and meditation practice, herbal medicines (only if needed), and much more for each individual.
Ayurveda has a truly holistic definition of health that includes body, mind, soul, and senses.
There is an entire Subbranch of Ayurveda that focuses exclusively on how to actually be healthy known in Sanskrit as “Svasthasya Svasthya Rakshanam,” which means “protecting the health of the healthy.” The second part of Ayurveda’s scope is therapeutics to skillfully treat disease.
Ayurveda empowers us to take health into our own hands.
Ayurveda actually teaches us that there is, in fact, a deep part of us, our innermost essence, which is always completely healthy. Grounded in unshakeable principles that have withstood the test of time, Ayurveda is just as beneficial today as it was thousands of years ago.
These are just some of the issues we treat are: worry, panic attacks, depression, insomnia, mindfulness, asthma, allergies, acne, addiction recovery, weight loss, weight gain, digestive disorders, constipation, migraines, acid reflux, low libido, IBS, chronic fatigue syndrome, eczema, psoriasis, thinning hair and nails, fibromyalgia, back pain, high cholesterol, arthritis, osteoporosis, osteoarthritis, vertigo, various cancers, thyroid disorders, low blood sugar, diabetes, recurring yeast infections, hypertension, high blood pressure and stress.
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