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Yoga and Ayurveda

Yoga and ayurveda are part of vedic science. Both take root in traditional ancient time and describes how to maintain balance of physical & mental health, prevent diseases and be happy. Ayurveda is a Sanskrit term for “knowledge of longevity.”  Ayus – “life”, veda – “science”

  • It is the earliest  health care system of India beginning over 5,000 years ago.
  • Ayurveda (pronounced I‐your‐vay‐da) was recognized by the ancient yogis from deep  states of meditation and taught in an oral tradition from teacher to student

Ayurveda includes healthy living along with therapeutic measures that relate to physical, mental, social and spiritual physical, mental, social and spiritual harmony. Ayurveda based on the following theories :

  • 1. Pancha Mahabhuta Theory (Five Elements) (Five Elements)
  • 2. Tri-dosha theory (Three Body Humors)
  • 3. Sapta-dhatu theory (Seven Body Tissues)

Benefits of Ayurveda:

-know how to heal yourself with ayurvedic herbs

-learning of  ayurvedic lifestyle and healing power of your body and mind

-developing physical and mental discipline

-protect yourself from negativity by using secret techniques of healing and purification

-improve your immune system and be resistant to diseases by implementing ayurveda in your daily routine

Yoga is a part of ayurveda however offered mostly as a separate science. We can see that yogic methods like pranayama, meditation, asana, mantra can be connected together with ayurveda and give better effect:

-using special ayurvedic herbs for yogic kriya

-improving the body stamina with herbal therapy

-relaxing body and mind with special ayurvedic massage teachniques

-implementing aroma sticks and essences to improve paticular chakra

-go deeper in meditative state by regular using of special ayurvedic herbs

Benefits of Yoga

Yoga poses stretch your muscles and increase your range of motion. And even though yoga is not aerobic, some research finds it can be just as good as aerobic exercise for improving health.

  • Increased flexibility
  • Improved respiration, energy and vitality
  • Maintaining a balanced metabolism
  • Weight reduction
  • Cardio and circulatory health