Bringing your mind, body, spirit into Harmonious Balance

In today’s hectic lifestyles, constant connectivity, and intrusion of social media has left many of us feeling depressed, sick, and unsatisfied with our lives. How do we create a life balance in which we are happy and healthy at work, at home and any place in between? We do this by learning to listen to what our bodies are telling us and incorporating Ayurvedic practices into our daily lives.

But what is Ayurveda?

Ayurveda: Ayus = life, Veda = science or knowledge  (eye) your (Veda)

It is 5,000-year-old consciousness-based system of healing from India and has been in continual practice ever since. The purpose of Ayurveda is to help us return to our natural state of health, balance, and wholeness.  Wonderfully it is the sister science to Yoga and Jyotish(Vedic Astrology).

Ayurveda is one of the most ancient systems of healthcare known.  It is now recognized as the forefather of all the eastern forms of medicine and perhaps, too, the very roots of western medicine.  It is still the most widely used healthcare system in India and is recognized by the World Health Organization as one of the principal healing disciplines.

In Ayurveda, the world is divided into doshas – Vata, Pitta and Kapha.  There is no exact translation in English, but doshas can be regarded as that which goes out of balance and vital energies or principles that underlie everything we are, everything we think or do, and everything around us.

What makes Ayurveda special?

•It respects the uniqueness of the individual.

•It considers all the levels of the individual – Body, mind and spirit.

•It offers natural ways of treating diseases and promoting health. •It emphasizes prevention.

•It empowers everyone to take responsibility for their own well-being.

•It is cost-effective.

•It works.  Ayurveda emphasizes the importance of creating and maintaining positive health. 

•Its focus is on preventing the imbalances that lead to disease. For prevention as well as for treatment,  an individualized, multi-dimensional approach is taken.

Ayurvedic lifestyle wellness teaches you how to recognize, listen to, and adapt your lifestyle based upon what your body is telling you, and our bodies are always telling us. Through nutrition, yoga, meditation, and other Ayurvedic practices, we create a mind-body-spirit connection that results in a state of vibrant health.

As a perfect health instructor and Ayurvedic Lifestyle Coach, I am so excited to share my passion and knowledge of Ayurveda with you. Let’s begin by learning about Ayurvedic philosophies and how they easily can fit into your daily life. In some form or another, we all seek HAPPY LIVING both physically and emotionally.

If this sounds interesting and you are looking to add to your health and wellness journey lets chat.

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