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What is Ayurveda?

pronounced eye-yur-vay-duh,
is the world's oldest health system.

Originating in India over 5,000 years ago,
t is the sister science of yoga + focuses on balancing the mind and body for a radiant life.

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  Ayurveda is a combination of two Sanskrit words:

ayur = life
veda = Knowledge

It is an ancient science used to gain a deeper understanding of ones entire life to incorporate the appropriate actions needed to achieve overall balance.

When you understand Ayurveda then you are able to understand that the mind and body are intimately intertwined and that nothing has more power than the mind to heal and transform the body.

Western medicine treats the mind and the body separately as if one does not affect the other.

In Ayurveda, all areas of health
(mental, physical, emotional + spiritual)
are interconnected + treated in harmony as one.

Digestion plays an important role in overall health and vitality.

If the digestion isn't strong the rest of the body will fall out of balance.

This not only includes digestion of foods, but also pollutants, skincare and household items, even thoughts and emotions.

Digestion is what turns food into energy, thoughts into actions, toxins into waste + emotions into self -awareness.

Through Ayurveda, it is understood that each individual is uniquely created.

We are each made up of a combination of three mind-body types known as Doshas (Vata, Pitta, and Kapha). 

There is no one-size-fits-all approach because we each have highly individualized needs based on our own unique Doshic constitutions.

As the cyclical rhythms of the earth affect the biorhythms of our bodies, our needs change on an annual, seasonal, and even daily basis.

This is why self awareness is extremely vital for our physical, mental, emotional, and even spiritual well being.

Understanding Ayurveda can offer the guidance needed to live a more vibrant life aligned with your soul's journey. 

How Ayurveda Can Help

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Ayurveda teaches you how to recognize and develop a deep AWARENESS of your entire self.

You will no longer be confused when you start experiencing symptoms that are new to you.


You will be able to recognize the cause then know what steps are needed to reverse these symptoms and find more balance within the system.

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