08 Mar What is Ayurveda?
A COMPREHENSIVE APPROACH TO WELLNESS
Have you ever called your doctor with a nagging complaint (migraines, ringing in the ears, sinus congestion, bloating, constipation, heartburn, acne, sciatic pain, etc.) and he tells you there is nothing he can do? Ayurveda, an ancient holistic science from India, believes that these types of complaints are often due to an energetic imbalance. At the initial stage of imbalance they are generally easily remedied with diet and lifestyle modifications. However, if left unchecked, the pattern may worsen and a more serious disease may result. Ayurveda provides the tools to decipher the origins of these minor imbalances (whether it be physical or emotional). Rather than suppressing symptoms with drugs, ayurveda seeks to eradicate the root cause of your complaint by treating the whole person – without drugs and before the imbalance manifests into something more serious.
How are yoga and ayurveda connected?
Ayurveda is referred to as the sister-science to yoga. In India, the two are incorporated and comprise a complete “wellness road map” for the body, mind and spirit. So ayurveda and yoga are not diet or exercise regimes – they are a way of life for those seeking emotional and physical health and happiness.
How to get started?
It’s easy! Making small, consistent changes over time will instill new patterns that create lasting impact.
You can start by checking out my Book which includes 50 pages introducing the essential ayurveda principles followed by 200 healthy, easy recipes.
If you want a personally tailored plan, schedule an individual consultation. As a certified ayurveda practitioner, I can help guide you back to balance. Diet and lifestyle changes (i.e., yoga, exercise and meditation) designed to your constitution can often solve problems while they are in the preliminary stages. Call today 310-310-0408 for an appointment at your home, my office or via Skype.