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Short about Ayurveda

Ayurveda is an ancient healing system that orginated Five thousand years ago in India. The word “Ayurveda” composed of “Ayu” means healthy life “Veda” means science or knowledge. Ayurveda emphasises prevention of illeness and promotion of healthy long life. Ayurveda is a comprehensive system of herbal medicine based on a holistic approach rooted in vedic science.

 

 

 Facilities

  • 1 Private consultation.
  • 2 Separate consultation for Men & Women.
  • 3Shower facilities.
  • 4Refreshments.
  • 5Restrooms.
  • 6Well equipped treatment room.
  • 7Ayurvedic Doctors and Ayurvedic Therapists are well qualified and experienced.

 

Our specialities

Ayur Villa ayurveda treatments are strictly personalised. So the treatments and medicines will be selected only after a thorough consultation with our doctor. The treatments provided for each person may vary according to their conditions and body constitution. Ayur Villa use exclusive organic medicated herbal oils for treatment depending on your body constitution and conditions.

All our herbal oils are sourced from Kerala........ Free consultation with qualified ayurveda doctor........

 

 

History of Ayurveda

Vedic culture from India
Ayurveda is the traditional healing modality of the Vedic culture from India. It is said to be 2000 to 5000 years old, meaning it has stood the test of time. Ayurveda is a Sanskrit word that literally translates as “the wisdom of life” or “the knowledge of longevity”. In accordance with this definition, Ayurvedic medicine views health as much more than the absence of disease. The wise seers and sages of the time,intuitively understanding the physiology and workings of the mind-body-spirit long before the advents of modern medicine, explained the basic principles of Ayurveda.Ayurveda has thus been passed down through the centuries as a complete healing system, evolving to meet the needs of the time, and yet remaining committed to its core principles. Various cultures have drawn upon the ideas of Ayurvedic medicine, and it continues to thrive in both the East and the West. In India, an Ayurvedic physician must undergo at least a 5 year post-graduate degree program (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery) to become qualified. In the West, Ayurveda is recognized as a Complementary and Alternative Health System by the National Institutes of Health, and is blossoming in various educational institutions.
While Ayurvedic principles can be used to explain the complexity of not only health, but also the world around us, there are several simple basics that become the building blocks for everything else:

  • 1Ayurveda’s fundamental approach to well-being is that you must reach your unique state of balance in your whole being—body, mind, and spirit.
  • 2Ayurveda views the world in light of 3 constitutional principles: vata, pitta, and        kapha. These are explained in more detail below.
  • 3The first line of defense in combating imbalances is to remove the cause of the problem. If the trouble-maker is out of the picture, the body starts being able to   heal itself. For example, if pollutants are bothering your nasal passages and sinuses, rinse them out with a traditional Ayurvedic remedy, the neti pot.
  • 4If there are any lingering imbalances after removing the inciting cause, then bring balance by using opposites. For example, the Ayurvedic remedy to excess heat is to use something cooling. So for excess heat or acidity in the digestive system, you could use cooling and soothing herbs like Shatavari.
  • 5Always support the digestive fire, so that nutrition can be absorbed and waste materials can be eliminated.

Vata, Pitta, and Kapha: Your Viewing Lenses

Once you put on the lens of Ayurveda and see things in terms of vata, pitta, kapha,and combinations thereof, the whole world comes alive in a new way. Look at the world around you! The doshas take form in endlessly interesting ways.

Vata

Composed of air and space, vata is dry, light, cold, rough, subtle/pervasive, mobile, and clear. As such, vata regulates the principle of movement. Any bodily motion—chewing, swallowing, nerve impulses, breathing, muscle movements,thinking, peristalsis, bowel movements, urination, menstruation—requires balanced vata. When vata is out of balance, any number of these movements may be deleteriously affected.

Pitta

Pitta brings forth the qualities of fire and water. It is sharp, penetrating, hot, light, liquid, mobile, and oily. Pitta’s domain is the principal of transformation. Just as fire transforms anything it touches, pitta is in play any time the body converts or processes something. So pitta oversees digestion, metabolism, temperature maintenance, sensory perception, and comprehension. Imbalanced pitta can lead to sharpness and inflammation in these areas in particular.

Kapha

Kapha, composed of earth and water, is heavy, cold, dull, oily, smooth, dense, soft, static, liquid, cloudy, hard, and gross (in the sense of dense or thick). As kapha governs stability and structure, it forms the substance of the human body, from the skeleton to various organs to the fatty molecules (lipids) that support the body. An excess of kapha leads to an overabundance of density, heaviness, and excess in the body.

Your Unique Constitution

The key to Ayurvedic wellness and healing is the knowledge that health is not a “one size fits all” proposition

One must understand the unique nature of each person and situation, taking into account the individual, the season, the geography, and so on. Each person has an Ayurvedic constitution that is specific to him or her, and movement away from that constitution creates health imbalances; if such imbalances are not addressed, Ayurveda says that illness may develop. So, the early signs of imbalance serve as a wakeup call to make gentle and natural shifts in behavior to return to balance—such as adjusting diet, modifying daily activities and taking herbal remedies for a time. Determining your prakriti—your fundamental balanced constitution—requires an assessment of your most natural state. Consider your physical structure as well as mental and emotional tendencies. Remember to think of what is most natural to you, rather than what you’re like when you are stressed or ill. Ayurveda says you can understand your basic nature and tendencies by understanding your balanced state. Dosha imbalances (your vikruti, or current condition) can manifest in various stages, from a general feeling of “something is not right” all the way to diagnosed illnesses with serious complications. To address this, Ayurveda presents a vast toolbox of treatment modalities to choose from; but whatever the treatment, the goal is to reestablish your natural balance of vata, pitta, and kapha. To determine your balanced constitution and your current condition, take the free Banyan Botanicals quizzes.

Ayurveda and Remedies

Ayurveda offers a number of ways to balance doshas and find your well-being. The key is to find balance with a holistic approach—addressing mind, body, and spirit.Ayurvedic remedies draw on a number of modalities:

 

  • 1Diet modifications
  • 2Lifestyle and Activity adjustments
  • 3Herbal Supplements
  • 4Yoga, Pranayama (Breath Techniques), and Meditation
  • 5Marma (Energetic Pressure Points)
  •  6Cleansing Processes, such as Panchakarma And much more!

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