History & Philosophy

Therapies

 

Ayurveda is practiced all over the world, but the climatic conditions and abundance of medicinal plants makes it worth travelling to India.

Ayurveda (“Science of life”) is a form of traditional medicine that combines science and philosophy.

Ayurveda has been practiced more than 3500 years in India and is recognised by the World Health Organization.

The principles of Ayurvedic medicine are based on the importance given to natural and harmonious balance of the three types of body constitutions (prakruti doshas): vata, pitta & kapha.

To live in accordance with the principles of Ayurveda provides balance and well-being that are needed in a life punctuated by the stress of everyday life. Ayurveda, preventive and curative approach, is especially designed to combat the physical problems. Its purpose is not only to heal the party affected or ill body but aims the individual as a whole.

In order to achieve a balanced and healthy life, the Ayurvedic approach requires adopting a healthy and natural diet, eliminating all toxic imbalances in the body as to increase overall body resistance.

All treatments have the same goal and that is to restore the inner balance. This balance can be upset by all kinds of factors such as stress. Ayurveda teaches us how we can retain or restore. Just follow the principles of Ayurveda & live in harmony with your body, mind and soul!

The different forms of therapy are: yoga, medicinal plants, massages, meditation, therapeutic oils, breathing exercises (Pranayam) and diet.

However, what makes Ayurveda a unique and indispensable medicine, is its natural approach: body and mind are treated as a whole and therapies are adapted to each individual. Ayurveda will help you achieve and maintain a balanced and healthy life.

Ayurveda is higly recommended for:

Rheumatology - Back Aches Gynaecological  problems - Infertility - Sterility - Depression -Insomnia - Head Aches - Hypertension - Psychic disorders – Dermatological problems - Cardiac problems - Obesity - Diabetes - Failure of immunity system - Revitalization.