Ayurveda translating from Sanskrit root word, "Ayu" means Life and "veda" meaning Knowledge. Hence Ayurveda can be translated as Knowledge for and of Life. Ayurveda is the world’s oldest, time-tested healing science. It originated in India more than 5,000 years ago during the ancient Vedic culture, and is known as Medicine of the Gods. Ayurveda not only addresses with daily, night, seasonal regimens, but also lifestyles, preventive, promotive and curative aspects.
Achieve optimum health
Ayurveda creates vibrant health and longevity through satvic (pure) foods, herbs, massage, body treatments, yoga, deep pranic breathing, and a consistent daily routine that is in keeping with our unique constitution or dosha (vata, pitta, kapha). These tools help us to release toxins accumulated in the body that lead to the dis-ease most of us suffer in today’s world.
Lead towards inner peace and happiness
Rooted in the spiritual tradition of the Vedas, Ayurveda's ultimate goal is to help us achieve self-enlightenment or true happiness, only possible through a healthy body and sound mind. Meditation, chanting of mantras or prayers, and ceremonial pooja’s bring inner peace and reflection, allowing us to release patterns that cause anxiety and block us from lasting happiness. By keeping us physically healthy and emotionally stable, an Ayurvedic Lifestyle allows us to focus our time and energies on enjoying this beautiful gift of life.
Ancient Prayer for HEALTH of ALL!
Sarve Bhavantu Sukhinah May all be happy
Sarve Santu Niramayah May all be free of disease
Sarve Bhadrani Pasyantu Ma Dukh Bhag Bhavet May all sorrows vanish away
This prayer is the starting point of GREAT AYURVEDIC THOUGHT. Lord Dhanwantri, the creator of the Healing Systems viz.Ayurveda, worshiped through Vandana(prayer)