WHAT IS AYURVEDA: ORIGIN AND HISTROY?

The origins of Ayurveda are found in the ‘Atharvaveda’ that contains 114 hymns and incantations described as magical cures for any kind of disease. Made from a combination of two Sanskrit Words viz. Ayu and Veda, wherein Ayu defines the vital source or life whereas Veda being the very first Indic text dealing with medical science. This knowledge has been derived from the Indus Valley Civilization and stills reigns supreme as nothing has come above finer than this.

Ayurveda, not just a treatment with ancient medicines but a lifestyle organized for human to have healthy body. It has been used not only to treat internal and external organs but also rejuvenates the mind, body, and soul by penetrating into the deepest shelves of the physical and conscious system thereby establishing well-being and maintaining balance between mental, physical and spiritual health. According to the principles of Ayurveda, health is synonymous with the harmony of life, mind, and spirit and based on natural principles that govern every aspect of human life. Ayurveda’s pharmacy is Mother Nature, and all the oils, potions and lotions are prepared exclusively from herbs, roots and plant extracts which make the treatment free from distressing side effects.

FUNDAMENTALS OF AYURVEDA

Just as science explains the body with chromosomes to define the genetic coding or the body constitution, Ayurveda revolves around the concept of body type. The knowledge of Ayurveda enables everyone to recognize and come across their own body type depending on the various dietary preferences, behavioral patterns, skin type, performance abilities, temperament.

HOW YOGA, MEDITATION AND AYURVEDA RETREAT CAN OFFER YOU MUCH FOR TOGETHER?

How Yoga, Meditation and Ayurveda Retreat Can Offer You Much For Together? Guru Yog Peeth, A Yoga School Based in Rishikesh, India; has developed a combine retreat program of Ayurveda with Yoga and Meditaion that is based on research for years and finally here to offers such piece of knowledge. Although Ayurveda Retreats are designed to understand Ayurveda and how one can perform it to treat people but there more effective results when you combine it with meditation. It’s all been developed with the intention of satisfying your holiday experience combined with personal growth. Your stay includes yoga, meditation, accommodation, healthy Ayurvedic meals and other additional things such as Ayurveda massages, crystal healing and sound healing, aromatherapy and even Reiki healing if one is so determined.

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