AYURVEDA ("AYUH" = LIFE AND "VEDA" = KNOWLEDGE) ENCOMPASSES THE ENTIRE KNOWLEDGE
OF THE VEDIC HIGH CULTURE.
IT SERVES TO MAINTAIN AND REVIVE THE HARMONIOUS BALANCE OF BODY, MIND AND SOUL.
Ayurveda with its origins over 5000 years ago is considered one of the oldest healing systems in the world. Ayurveda is based on a holistic relationship between man and nature and aims not only to heal an illness that has already broken out, but first and foremost to achieve balance and to prevent possible illnesses or their recurrence.
The main Ayurvedic understandings of life and health are as relevant to modern Western society as they were to ancient India, the home of Ayurveda.
Life in today's society has changed and confronts us with numerous stress-enhancing factors that increasingly remove us from our primal nature.
A life against our nature leads to a long-term weakening of our energy balance. The effects on the physical, mental or emotional level are often only noticed when painful symptoms or limitations or even serious illnesses occur.
Vata (air), Pitta (fire) and Kapha (water): these are the three Doshas (energies) that have been found in each of us since birth in a personal constellation; that is, in a unique mixture of the three Doshas. The Doshas regulate our mental and physical functions.
When the doshas become unbalanced relative to the constitution e.g. due to bad habits, wrong nutrition, overwork, etc., an unnatural, potentially pathogenic condition (vicruti) develops and one becomes vulnerable.
Ayurveda strives to strengthen the individual constitution. In the event of a disease, the human being is treated with regard to the constitution or an unbalanced Dosha, in such a way that the state of individual equilibrium is restored.
It is very important to me to strengthen you within the scope of my offer with an ayurvedic nutrition and health consultation individually adapted to your needs, as well as to accompany and bring into balance, with suitable ayurvedic treatments into your relaxation or healing process.
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