How Does Ayurveda Help You

Whether you are low in energy, feeling run-down, lacking focus, suffering anxiety or are struggling with an internal or external body ailment, Ayurveda can help you re-align your body and mind into a healthier and happier you.

Ayurveda can be a valuable addition to your daily routine. Find out more at the Ayurvedic Wellness Centre in Bondi Junction, Sydney

Ayurveda can be a valuable addition to your daily routine. Find out more at the Ayurvedic Wellness Centre in Bondi Junction, Sydney

The goals of Ayurveda are to:

  • Prevent disease
  • Create total health
  • Promote longevity
  • Support the development of the state of enlightenment

Ayurveda is the traditional healing system of India and is practised by approximately 70% of the India’s population. Dating back over 5000 years, the roots of Ayurveda are deeply steeped in history and tradition. There are mentions of the healing system in the first of the Hindu texts and the “Chakra Samhita’, the still cited Ayurvedic text on internal medicine appeared around the turn of the first millennium BC. It is estimated that there is currently around 650,000 doctors practising this science in India today with 70,000 doctors practising world wide. Numbers which give a strong indication of the modern day popularity of the health system.

Authentic Ayurveda detox and therapies will allow you to experience true stress reduction, deep relaxation, rejuvenation and achieve balanced and mindful well-being.

Authentic Ayurveda detox and therapies will allow you to experience true stress reduction, deep relaxation, rejuvenation and achieve balanced and mindful well-being.

Ayurveda advocates that each person is born with a basic genetic make-up called ‘Prakruti’. Maintaining prakruti is at the very core of what this healing system seeks to achieve. In our fast paced, often highly stressful modern world, there are plenty of factors that can cause our prakruti to become imbalanced. This imbalance is referred to as ‘Vikruti and is the root cause of disease and ill health. Ayurveda aims to correct this imbalance to help achieve a disease-free, long life. While preventing and treating disease is an important aspect of Ayurveda, the health system reaches far beyond treating illness and encourages a holistically balanced, well-lived life. In that way, Ayurveda is a complete wellness system that encompasses all aspects of life, health and happiness.

Ayurveda understands the world in energetic terms. An important part of our prakruti is our ‘dosha’ or body type. There are three primary doshas or bio-energies known as Vata, Pitta and Kapha. Each of us has different amounts of the three doshas in our bodies/minds. Once you know your unique dosha type, you’re able to work towards returning your body to perfect balance.

Each and every one of us has our own defined constitution from birth to death that is affected by a whole host of different factors. Ayurvedic medicine seeks to bring the body back to equilibrium, to find out what it is lacking and modify it. These modifications may include changes to your diet, stress levels and lifestyle habits alongside prescribed Ayurvedic treatments. To put it in simple terms, Ayurveda helps the body to heal itself.

 

You can see how Ayurvedic treatments may help your specific ailments:

Soothe nervous system & stimulate immune system click here

Fatigue, stress, anxiety, insomnia, memory improvement and tension click here

Weight loss and body toning click here

Cramps and sound sleeping click here

Pain, rheumatic and arthritis click here

Aches, pains and stress click here

Skin complaints click here

Lack of energy click here

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Sexual healing click here

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Insomnia and stress click here

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