Ayurveda is a Sanskrit word that includes mind-body medicine. Mind-body medicine is a field of medicine that recognizes that the advances in science and technology still cannot explain the metaphysical.

Yoga and Ayurveda were built on an in-depth understanding of the metaphysical and a belief that the physical is a representation of that which cannot be seen, but can only be experienced. Ayurveda is defined as the “science of life and longevity” and has been referred to as the “Mother of all Medicines”.  Ayurveda was developed in India over 5000 years ago as a natural system for strengthening the body’s healing abilities and creating balance for body, mind and soul.

Ayurveda is defined as the “science of life and longevity” and has been referred to as the “Mother of all Medicines”

According to Ayurveda, the true definition of beauty is healthy internal radiance. The skin reflects inner health.  The external body is simply the manifestation of everything that happens inside, including our emotions.  By addressing the components of our life, we can control our health.  Inner and outer beauty are intimately related.  The more we nurture ourselves, the more radiant we become physically.

“Ayurveda was the first system of medicine to recognize the concept of individual mind/body types called doshas. It holds that everyone is born with their own natural balance which influences all aspects of their life, including body structure, emotional makeup and predisposition to illnesses.  Without understanding one’s natural balance you may unknowingly create imbalances by following a life-style that strains your mind/body system.”

Ayurvedic treatments can be effective for:

  • Weight loss
  • Skin care
  • Adrenal Support
  • Digestive Support
  • Menstrual Health
  • and many others.

Benefits of Ayurveda include:

  • Improved Sleep
  • Balanced energy levels
  • Optimized digestion
  • Enhanced stress management
  • and healthy menstruation.

In addition to consultations that employ herbs, lifestyle, meditation, and yoga to bring the body back into balance. Ayurveda employs massage and other relaxation therapies to improve the health of the body and mind.

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