Science and Tradition of knowing ourself
Ayurveda, the ancient
science, time tested and unique understands the essence of long living. This
enhances your body's natural capacity to cope with stress and strain while catalyzing,
rebuilding process within the organs.
Originated in India around 3000 BC, and pioneered by renowned sagas,-Sushrutha,
Charaka and Vagbhata, this ethane and unique system of medicine is still in
vogue and going popularity and acceptance the world over. From the ayurvedic
perspective, a disease is to be addressed, as part of a whole, and the individual's
physical and psychological peculiarities are analyzed before any treatment.
Ayurveda exerts its emphasis more on the preventive rather than the curative
aspect of therapy and orients itself towards a healthy and enlightened lifestyle.
Monsoon, the ideal time for rejuvenation
to ayurvedic system, monsoon is the most appropriate season for thorough medical
care. The atmosphere remains dust free and cool , opening the pores of the
body to the maximum, making it most receptive to herbal oils and therapy.
Health Care Programme
The method of treatment involving combinations of herbal medicines, physical
massages, and various other forms of therapy offers excellent remedies for
many illnesses. A variety of naturopathic and ayurvedic treatments like Panchakarma,
Uzhichil, Pizhichil, Njavarakizhi, Elakizhi, Dhara, Sirovasti, Nasyam, Viresanam
etc are done as per scientific rules. Almost all elements concerned with mind
and body like anxiety, athralgic, asthma, back pain, diabetics, disc prolepses,
dislocation, dystoma eye disease, hypertension, impotence, infertility, miscarriage,
motor neuron disease, multiple sclerosis, obesity, peptic ulcer, peripheral
neuristis, psoriasis and other skin diseases, rheumatic joint pains are being
treated. Ayurveda also offers treatments for rejuvenating the body and mind
from the elements arising out of the frictions of everyday life.
Ayurveda in combination with yoga and meditation cleanses our's mind and body
of toxins and unwanted elements.
Yoga is both a discipline and a philosophy. Propounded and propagated by Patanjali,
a great saga of ancient India. Yoga is one of the six systems of Indian philosophical
thought. The various elements of yoga-yama, niyama, asana, pranayama, pratyahara,
sadhavadhyana and Samadhi are steps designed to bring about equanimity of
mind and equilibrium of the body.
Asana means a state of mind in which you can remain steady, calm, quiet and
comfortable, physically and mentally. Asanas performed slowly with relaxation
and concentration influences both the internal and external systems, thus
encouraging the nervous system, endocrine glands, internal organs and muscles
to function properly. Regular practice of the various asanas has therapeutic
potentials-both curative and preventive.