What is Ayurveda?

Ayurveda is a 5000 year old holistic system of medicine originating in India. It is considered the sister science of Yoga.

Ayurveda is both a preventative system and a therapeutic, healing system. It emphasis that health arises from harmony in our internal being with the external world and nature.

The fundamental framework of ayurvea includes looking at the world and our bodies as an interplay of the 5 elements of nature. Space, Air, Fire, Water and Earth. We each are made of them and have them all but each of us has them in a unique proportion.

These elements function through the three “doshas” which govern our world. By recognizing our doshas within us and how the operate around us, how they affect and impact us, Ayurveda teaches us to dance with these energies. 

 

Ayurveda is a 5000 year old holistic system of medicine originating in India. It is considered the sister science of Yoga.

 

Ayurveda is both a preventative system and a therapeutic, healing system. It emphasis that health arises from harmony in our internal being with the external world and nature.

 

The fundamental framework of Ayurveda includes looking at the world and our bodies as an interplay of the 5 elements of nature. Space, Air, Fire, Water and Earth. We each are made of them and have them all but each of us has them in a unique proportion.

 

These elements function through the three “doshas” which govern our world. By recognizing our doshas within us and how the operate around us, how they affect and impact us, Ayurveda teaches us to dance with these energies. 

 

  • Ayurveda is a lifestyle of harmony. We learn our unique constitution and them are empowered to interact with the environment and understand the needs of our body, mind, emotions and enegies on a day to day basis. 

  • Ayurveda addresses the root cause of any imbalance and is not only focused on treating the symtoms, which of course, are important as well.

Ayurveda is an intuitive lifescience that can be adopted by anyone.

Health is a result of a series of choices. Choices that can become habits and patterns. By recognizing the doshas in you, you can choose the habits, food, self-care practices that bring you into harmony and keep you in good health. 

We’re unique. We have different mind-body types and Ayurveda gives us a simple and applicable framework to understand ourselves and others. 

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