Why Ayurvedic

Why Ayurveda?

Ayurveda considers the body, mind and soul of a person as a unity and is based on the idea that mind and body infl uence each other and thus overcome diseases together. Ayurveda can help you obtain a balance through varied treatment plans.

Ayurveda therapy has two Main objectives:

1. To treat the symptoms of a disease and
2. To help individuals to strengthen their immune system.

3 Doshas

The principles of Ayurveda are based on the fact that all living beings consist of three doshas (energies) called

Vata (air or ether)
Pitta (fire)
Kapha (water/earth)

The Cooperation of these 3 Energies is found in every Organism and in universe itself. The Doshas characterize us as an individual with their specific combination. When these Energies are in balance, we are healthy. As we grow up because of our different lifestyles, age, food we eat, work, weather, general bad Habits, the three Doshas get out of Balance. That can make us sick.
These three Doshas combine in diverse proportions to give us each constituents as unique as our fingerprints. When our Doshas are imba- lanced we experience stress, depression, fatigue, premature aging and several other psychological issues and diseases. Premature aging occurs due to gradual accumulation of waste and toxins; hence it becomes vital to understand the science behind the three Doshas to maintain our youthfulness and longevity.
The Vata dosha governs the body motion as well as an open mind. Too much Vata can lead to insomnia, anxiety and digestive ailments. It also controls the elimination of wastes, blood circulation and breathing. Vata catalyses the nervous system and greatly influences our emotional wellbeing. An imbalance in Vata will unarguably cause disease. Vata is essentially Pran, Life force moving through the body. The Pitta dosha controls digestion, metabolism, and energy production. The primary function of Pitta is transformation. An excess of Pitta dosha overheats the mind and body, favor cool foods and liquids. Foods with sweet, bitter, and astringent tastes are best. Reduce foods that are pungent, salty, and sour. The Kapha dosha governs the structure of the body. It is the principle that holds the cells together and forms the muscles, fat and bones. The primary function of Kapha is protection.


Detox & Rejuvenation therapy

Panchakarma, simply means five treatments; is meant to purify the whole body by eliminating the accumulated toxins from it. An accumulation of to- xins will overtax the body‘s ability to release impurities, weakening the system and creating impairing mental function. Panchakarma effectively stimulates the body‘s release of toxins which supports the immune system and healing.