What is Ayurveda?
Ayurveda offers a time-tested roadmap to living a vibrant and healthy life.
Health is a state of living in harmonious rhythm with our own basic nature and nature as a whole.
Originating in Sanskrit, Ayuh (Life) and Veda (Science) literally mean "Science of Life". Dating back 5,000+ years from India, Ayurveda is a leading form of primary care medicine and widely practiced throughout the world. Ayurveda is a comprehensive health system that acknowledges the mind-body connection as a foundation of healing, addresses the root of disease and incorporates the whole system's ability to self-heal.
Guided by nature’s rhythms, the science of Ayurveda offers two fundamental methodologies towards approaching health:
Balancing the 3 pillars of health (food, sleep and sex) with seasonal eating, personalized lifestyle practices, breathwork, meditation, yoga, and exercise.
Herbal medicines, body treatments and rejuvenation therapies.
Fundamentals of Ayurveda
Learn about some basic principles of Ayurveda:
Digestion is Key
Ignite the body’s self-healing capacity by optimizing digestion by reviewing diet and eating habits, and incorporating seasonal foods, spices, and meal timing.
Building self-care rituals that nourish you and your body constitution is the best long-term medicine.
Seasonal living is an essential path to health. Seasonal shifts in eating and lifestyle allow for the body to build immunity and strength overtime.