Ayurveda - "The Science of Optimal Living"

Ayurveda is not just about treating disease but rather about bringing the body into optimal balance so that its self-healing mechanisms and proven inner-pharmacy are mobilised.



Ayurveda word originated from the Sanskrit words: "Ayur-Life" and Veda-Knowledge/Science, that could transalte as "Science of Life". However, a more modern translation to the question "What is Ayurveda" could simply be "Science of Optimal Living."


Ayurvedic Medicine originated in India more than 5000 years ago from a group of wise men and women - rishis - who experienced the first model of a holistic way of life. ... You may wonder now if such an old healing system is still applicably to our modern lives! My answer is YES.

Ask yourself "what additional benefit can Ayurveda offer me that other treatments can’t.". Then my advice is


TRY, EXPERIENCE, FIND YOUR ANSWER!


Ayurveda places great emphasis on prevention and encourages the maintenance of health through close attention to balance in one’s life, right thinking, diet, lifestyle, herbs, massages and much more. Each one of us should achieve "optimal health" through a perfectly balanced state of physical, psychological, emotional and spiritual wellbeing, that western medicine translates as Homeostasis.



Ayurveda is not just about treating disease but rather about bringing the body into optimal balance so that its self-healing mechanisms and proven inner-pharmacy are mobilised.”


PERSONALISED MEDICINE


Ayurveda identifies three basic types of energy or functional principles that are present in everyone and everything: called doshas: VATA, PITTA and KAPHA. Just as everyone has a unique fingerprint, each person has a particular pattern of energy, an individual combination of physical, mental and emotional characteristics, which comprise the personal AYURVEDA DOSHA TYPE.


Any Ayurvedic treatments and remedies are not generic and this is the only way the remedy can work, and why it works so effectively - because every individual is a unique biological entity and almost always requires a completely different treatment plan.