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Yoga and Ayurveda are two interrelated branches of the same great tree of Vedic knowledge that encompasses all human life and the entire universe. Yoga and Ayurveda are two distinct sciences. Yet, they share the same Vedic roots. Both the practice of Yoga and Ayurveda go hand in hand as they both stem from the same Vedic system of wellness that originated thousands of years ago. Born from the same Vedic scriptures they have the same underlying principles and belief that leads to holistic wellbeing of the individual. While Yoga deals with the harmonizing of mind, body and soul, Ayurveda takes care of the person's physical and mental wellbeing through control on diet and lifestyle. Both originate as part of a greater system of Vedic knowledge.

Both , Yoga and Ayurveda are based upon the principles of trigunas (sattva, rajas and tamas) and the panchamahabuthas (earth, air, fire, water, space). Yoga and Ayurveda also encompass an understanding of how the body works (Dosha-Dhatu-Mala/ humor-tissue-waste material theory) and the effect that food and medicines have on the body (Rasa-Veerya-Vipaka ie taste-energy-post digestive effect concept).

Both of these sciences have eight branches: Ashtanga Yoga and Ashtanga Ayurveda. The two have a common understanding of health; that of the Body being dependent on the health and balance of the Mind.

In treatment, both Yoga and Ayurveda advocate for the regular practice of pranayama and meditation as well as the use of herbs, body purification procedures, food and chanting of mantras for physical and mental health.

In Yoga, the body purification procedures have been explained as 'Shatkriyas' ; whereas in Ayurveda they are known as 'Panchakarma'. Both recognize that keeping the body healthy is vital for fulfilling the four aims of life: dharma (duty), artha (wealth), kama (desire), and moksha (liberation).

We invite you to experience the benefits of the most ancient integrated system of medicine. Ayurveda means 'knowledge of life'... This Indian traditional form of medicine was developed by sages and is traced back to more than 5,000 years. The sages perceived the universe as a constant play of energies; which when imbalanced in the body, lead to discomfort and disease. Ayurvedic Therapies are both, physical and psychological preventive measures.

Panchakarma is a method of eliminating toxic elements from the body; There are five procedures. Vamana, Virechana, Nirooha, Nasya, Anuvasana. Ayurveda massage therapy works not just on the muscle, but also on the cellular tissue. Warm oils deeply penetrate cells and release physical, mental and spiritual toxins; stress is removed from the root, promoting self healing of cells.

Shirodhara is gently pouring liquids over the forehead. The liquids used depend on the type of ailment treated, but can include oil, milk, buttermilk & coconut water.It has been used to treat a variety of conditions including eye diseases, sinusitis, graying of hair, neurological disorders, memory loss, insomnia, hearing impairment, vertigo and skin diseases like.

Abhyanga is an ancient Indian Ayurvedic oil therapy for healing and detoxifying body, mind and spirit. stress reduction therapy incorporates an aromatic combination of oils prepared with herbs warmed and blended to suit your body type.Massages help cleanse the body internally, and strengthen the immune system

Kizhi is Specially selected herbal leaves or powders are compressed into small linen bags and then dipped in hot, medicated oil and applied to the body or afflicted area. The ingredients seep through the bag and penetrate deep into the body to result in an intensive, heating and therapeutic treatment; to relieve arthritic inflammation, spondylosis, muscle pains, injuries, sciatica,etc.

Udwarthanam is special therapeutic deep tissue massage using herbal powders. It detoxifies, purifies and tones the skin, refreshes and rejuvenates the body, removes cellulite and helps in weight reduction.

Kati Basti includes oil dough used to massage the hurting body parts to heal them at a faster pace. Kati Basti is applied to your neck and spine to massage; Iusing medicated oil, ghee, herbal plants, milk and buttermilk

We offer Detoxification, Weight Reduction and Body Toning programs... Depending on the body type, as well as the lifestyle of an individual, we offer programs that include yogic postures, detoxes, massages and detailed daily food charts that help shedding weight the healthy way, and make you glow !

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