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  • Detoxify and purify the body.

  • Fortify body muscles and enhance immunity.

  • Alleviate anxiety and stress while promoting relaxation.

  • Aid in weight reduction.

  • Decelerate the aging process.

  • Improve skin complexion.

  • Diminish inflammation.

  • Boost energy levels.

  • Enhance body flexibility.



समदोषः समाग्निश्च समधातु मलःक्रियाः।
प्रसन्नात्मेन्द्रियमनः स्वस्थइतिअभिधीयते

Definition of health according to Acharya Susrutha in Ayurveda - It is a state of equilibrium of Tridosha (fundamental physiological governing principles of the body), Agni (metabolic and digestive processes) and Dhatu (principles that uphold the formation of body tissues). He also emphasizes on the proper elimination of Malas (waste products) from the body. Ayurveda has emphasized all parameters like; anatomical, physiological, mental and spiritual well-being. Ayurveda says the person is healthy who’s body, mind and soul are in normal state and all physiological actions are proper, not the person who is physically healthy but mentally and spiritually not in proper state.


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To determine if Ayurveda is right for you, consider your personal health goals, belief in the mind-body connection, openness to personalized treatments, preference for natural and holistic methods, and interest in exploring traditional healing systems. A discovery conversation with a qualified Consultant can provide personalized insights and guidance tailored to your specific needs and goals.


आयुषो वेदं आयुर्वेद

Ayurveda is an ancient system of medicine that originated in India over 5,000 years ago. Ayurveda is the mother of all healing system. The word "Ayurveda" is derived from the Sanskrit words "Ayur," meaning Life, and "Veda," meaning Knowledge or Science. Therefore, Ayurveda can be translated as the "Science of Life" or the "Knowledge of Longevity." 

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स्वास्थ्यस्य स्वस्थ्य रक्षणं आतुरस्य विकार प्रशमनं।


The Aim of Ayurveda is to protect, preserve the health of healthy individuals and to treat the diseases of the sick. Only then we will be able to attain the four Principles of Purusharthas of Life:

1. Dharma
2. Artha
3. Kama
4.Moksha and relief from the misery of sufferings.



हितहितं सुखम दुःखं आयुस्तस्य हिताहितं 
मानं च तच्च यत्रोक्तं आयुर्वेद स उच्यते

Ayurveda is an ancient science that comprehensively outlines the benefits and detriments, the joyous and sorrowful conditions of life, alongside delineating what is favorable and unfavorable for life's span and quality. This venerable science extends beyond the pursuit of a long life, focusing equally on nurturing a harmonious state of physical and mental health. Ayurveda is, at its core, a holistic science concerned with the well-being of both the body and the mind, promoting balance and vitality in every aspect of existence.

While Ayurveda encompasses the vast domain of health science, it goes beyond mere treatments. It offers insights on diverse food types, Rthu charya (seasonal routines), and Dina charya (daily routines). Although Ayurveda has long championed the significance of nature's rhythm, it's only recently that Western researchers have started to grasp its profound importance for our health and well-being.

Lifestyle-related disorders have become all too common in today's fast-paced world. The whirlwind of demanding schedules, intense stress, and subpar lifestyle choices necessitates potent solutions to counteract the health challenges we face.

Rather than merely addressing symptoms, Ayurveda delves deep into the root causes. It underscores the importance of adhering to a daily regimen. By drawing attention to our body's natural mechanisms, Ayurveda introduces the concept of an 'Ayurveda clock'. Dinacharya guides us in pinpointing the ideal times for our daily activities - from walking, exercising, and bathing to meditating, eating, studying, working, relaxing, and sleeping. Aligning with this rhythm is essential for a harmonious body, mind, and spirit.

AYURVEDA DINACHARYA: Using the Circadian rhythm of our body for optimal wellness

Ayurveda acknowledges the existence of an 'Energy Clock', which means that our energy levels are synchronized with time and there is an ideal time of day for various activities. The Ayurvedic Clock shares similarities with the Biological Clock or Body Clock, as it is connected to the functioning of our body and mind in relation to the surrounding energy and the state of our bodily humors (doshas). When our daily rhythms align closely with the natural rhythm of nature, we are more likely to achieve a state of balance and overall well-being. However, if we go against the natural cycle of nature, we may experience imbalances and a decline in our health. The Ayurvedic Dosha Clock divides the day into six 4-hour intervals, each corresponding to a particular dosha. These intervals repeat twice within a 24-hour cycle. By aligning your actions with the appropriate dosha, you can enhance your efficiency in whatever you do, as you will be working in harmony with your own nature. Activities for Vata Night Time: Vata is composed with the elements of ether(clear sky) and air, it is recommended to take advantage of the spiritual connections and access the ether.Between 2 AM and 6 AM our sleep becomes lighter and our body begins the elimination process. So Ayurveda advises to wake up during Brahma Muhurta This time is ideal for meditation, visualization, and creative activities. Activities for Vata Day Time: In the afternoon, from 2 PM to 6 PM, it is a good time for communication, socializing, and sharing creativity. Activities for Pitta Day Time: Pitta dosha, consists of fire and water elements. Pitta time makes the most productive part of the day.Pitta time from 10 AM to 2 PM it suitable for planning, taking action, and organizing tasks. Physical or analytical tasks should be scheduled during the Pitta daylight hours. Activities for Pitta night time During the night, from 10 PM to 2 AM, it is recommended to be in bed to allow the body to repair itself. Ayurveda suggests going to bed before 10 PM. Activities for Kapha Day time: Kapha dosha,which comprises of the earth and water elements is characterized by heaviness and nourishment of the body Kapha time is an ideal period for self-care rituals like massage and gentle warming exercises which should be performed slowly to match the Kapha nature. Having a light breakfast and gathering energy for the day, as well as preparing the day's schedule, are recommended during 6AM to 10AM. Kapha Night time From 6 PM to 10 PM in the evening, is the perfect time to unwind and recharge your energy. This period should be dedicated to spending quality time with your family and loved ones. Take the opportunity to center yourself and prepare for a state of relaxation and rejuvenation.

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आहार शयनाब्रह्मचर्यैयुक्तया प्रयोगितै 
शरीरं धार्यते नित्यमागारमिव धरणै 

Just as pillars are essential for the stability of a building, the right balance of food, sleep, and intimacy is crucial for the body's well-being and vitality.

  • आहार

    Among these three sub pillars, Food is considered as the foremost sustainer of life. The classics have enumerated various food articles which come under the purview of food as well as medicine. Food replenishes and supports the Doshas, Dhatus and Malas that supports Life. By the knowledge of this science ( Food Science ) we can treat many diseases. Food which are wholesome are to be consumed regularly for the proper maintenance of Health and Mind.

  • निद्रा

    Ayurveda describes sleep as a basic instinct of life, essential to all living beings. We need it to rejuvenate and reenergize our body mind and spirit. Getting enough sleep at the right time supports our wellbeing and helps us attain good quality of life. Proper Sleep protects growth and development of body Dhatu Pushti ( nourishment ). Sleep actually help us to learn, memorize, retain, recall and use their knowledge to come up with creative and innovative solutions. In terms of our overall health, sleep is actually on par with eating; it is essential to both physiological and cognitive functioning. As we have all experienced, sleep helps to restore our level of alertness.

  • अब्रह्मचर्य

    Just like diet and sleep, we often overlook or take for granted the importance of our sexual wellbeing. Many of us think of sex as being an additional or subsidiary part of life, but it is as vital to our physical and mental health as proper food and proper rest. If we overindulge in sex, it depletes us of the essential energy we need to keep our mind, body, and immune system healthy, and it can also damage our connection with the other person.

    That’s why finding ways to conserve our energy – all our vital energy, not just the energy we expend during sexual activity – is extremely important. It’s keeping our battery charged. One who indulges mindfully in sexual intercourse in a controlled manner remains young for a long time with high memory power, intellectual ability, long life, health, nourishment, high perceptive power of senses, fame and strength.

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