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Ayurvedashram offers only general ayurveda consultations, recommendations and therapies and does not in any way claim that our therapies will cure or diminish any specific disease.
Ayurvedashram urges clients to seek the advice of their primary care doctor and specialists before modifying or suspending their medical treatment. Our therapies are not a replacement for medical care provided by a licensed primary care physician. Clients availing our services acknowledge the fact that the Ayurveda professionals providing the Ayurveda consultation and therapies in Ayurvedashram do not assume responsibility for treating any of the health problems of the clients and that responsibility rests solely with their primary care physician.
Namaste! At Ayurvedashram our mission is to bring the body, mind and soul in harmony.
We use the ancient system of Ayurveda to facilitate physical, emotional and spiritual balance via a combination of natural herbs, food, yoga, meditation, reflexology (marma), wise living and detoxification therapies (Panchakarma).
In Ayurveda everything is composed of five elements - ether, air, fire, water and earth. These five elements form the basis of three biological humours or 'doshas' : Vata, Pitta, Kapha.
Everyone of us has a unique combination of the three doshas and the fundamental goal of Ayurvedic practice is to maintain or restore your innate doshic balance.
The seasons, our age, dietary habits and lifestyle choices have a profound influence on the balance of our doshas.
At Ayurvedashram we offer Dinacharya (daily rituals) workshops that guide you in making the right choices in harmony with your prakriti ( unique dosha balance).
Ayurveda is a holistic healing science based on the fundamental principles of life designed to achieve health and longevity.
The term 'Ayurveda' literally means knowledge (Veda) of life (Ayur) in Sanskrit. Originating in India around 3,000 BC this science was developed by vedic sages and passed down through generations.
The Ayurvedic system provides insights into your unique mind and body type (Dosha) , daily and seasonal regimens to preserve health and prevent disease, effective ways to build immunity and minimize the impact of age and when and how to detoxify and rejuvenate your mind and body through various panchakarma therapies.
Yoga means “union”.
For the union to happen there should be harmony existing among body, mind and soul.
The physical part of yoga includes asanas or postures) and pranayama (breathing practices). The mind part includes methods of reducing the mental frequency to alpha or lower including meditation, mantra chanting and mindfulness.
When the mind is calm and body is healthy there are more chances of the “union” to happen which is the purpose of our lives. We conduct periodic workshops on Vethathiri Maharishi’s Simplified Kundalini Yoga ( SKY) method of meditation.