Ayurveda a sister science of yoga

Ancient wisdom for health

Ayurveda is the Indian school of medicine that developed during the Vedic period and which evolved over time to become one of the effective alternate therapies. The medical wisdom of Ayurveda is considered to be rendered to us by the Gods according to the ancient text Sushruta Samhita. Certain medicinal plant names are given in Atharvaveda. A reference to this ‘art of the physician’ and its eight components is there in Mahabharat. Ayurveda has now been accepted as an alternate method of healing across the world.

Ayurveda is a holistic treatment, which is designed for healing the physical body by understanding the cause of disharmony in the entire system of the patient. This lack of harmony can be due to the imbalance in the Five elements called Panchabhutas or in the ten dual qualities or gunas in the body.

Ayurvedic treatment also aims to balance the three Doshas or humors in the human body – vata, pitta and kapha. Thus it actively incorporates health and healing with the body, mind and soul with its natural environment.

Ayurveda is known for its herbal concoctions, oil treatments and massages which revitalize the body and the mind. The methods of treatment varies according to individual physiology, the seasons and the geography, and along with natural medicines it also suggests daily routine, home remedies, yoga and diet as complimentary tools for easy and fast healing and recovering.

Among the various Ayurvedic treatments, Panchakarma is a procedure involving five therapies and it is considered as the best detoxifying as well as rejuvenating method for the body, the mind and the soul. The five purifying treatments used are vasti , nasya, virechana, vamana and raktha mokshana. Undergoing a Panchakarma treatment once in a year is sure to flush out all the toxins from every channels of the body. It balances the Doshas and restores complete physical and mental health and harmony. The treatment is highly individualistic as well as a prolonged process of 2-4 weeks. It should be done only by specially trained Ayurveda therapists and practitioners. The results are marvelous, multifaceted and long lasting.

Omkar Yoga Studio in association with Ayurrathna Alleppey Ayurvedic Resort, Kerala, India, offers Ayurvedic retreat packages. A trip to the serene backwaters of Kerala, along with a few days of Ayurvedic healing treatments that has stood the test of time in reassuring complete wellness is just what our body needs.

Ayurrathna Alleppey Ayurvedic Resort has been awarded the Green Leaf Certification by the Government of Kerala for its excellence in treatments and facilities. They are well known for the best Panchakarma treatment available across India. The resort also offers various Ayurvedic treatments that can cure multiple bodily disorders. They have a team of eminent and experienced Ayurvedic Doctors and therapists who are adept in giving the right advice regarding the kind of treatment that the body demands. Apart from this they also provide us with the best housing facilities and offer us an opportunity to enjoy the backwaters of Kerala in a houseboat or a canoe. A month at Ayurrathna Alleppey Ayurvedic Resort enjoying a complete healing in rustic calmness and soulful tranquility of the lakes will impart on us a renewed vision to enjoy life.

The Year 2017 marked a new beginning in my life when i took an intensive 8-weeks Yoga Teachers Training Program at the Sivananda Ashram Grass Valley and there after envisioned this dream together of creating a pathway to preach authentic classical yogic knowledge – Omkar Yoga Studio.

Our teachings are based purely on the classical yoga sutras Eight-limbed path{Ashtanga Yoga): A safe and step by step approach to reach the goal of self-realization.

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