The harmony between body and mind, it is on this foundation that Ayurveda rests . This practice thus offers many benefits such as stress reduction , improved circulation and the elimination of toxins . Ayurveda thus proposes to readjust one’s lifestyle in order to be in better harmony and in better health.
What is Ayurveda?
Ayurveda is above all a system of holistic and preventive medicine. Ayurveda is thus a cousin of yoga which is dedicated to balancing the mind in relation to the body. Indeed, thousands of years ago, in India, the technique of Ayurveda was developed to diagnose imbalances in the body and in the mind and prevent them from manifesting in the form of diseases. It is therefore a question of bringing back the balance in the body thanks to a hygiene of life adapted to the person. But also through the use of herbal formulas and other suitable natural remedies.
The role of Ayurveda is to bring knowledge and targeted practices to understand the lifestyle that suits us best. It is then a question of adapting our diet, our sleep, our communications or even our interactions. This traditional medicine is also listed by the World Health Organization (WHO) as a natural and traditional health system. The practitioner helps you determine a treatment to implement by mixing diet, meditation, breathing exercises or even herbal medicine for example.
What is Ayurveda based on?
You should know that in France, Ayurveda today only focuses on the “well-being” aspect of the discipline. It is based on the theory of 5 elements : Ether, air, fire, Earth and water. These elements make up the universe and create the human body. So we have all these elements within us, which makes each one a reflection of the universe.
What are the benefits of Ayurveda?
Ayurveda is for all ages, whether you are in good health or affected by a slight or profound imbalance. Ayurveda thus accompanies you towards a reconnection to the body and to its own essence. The ultimate state of healing is self-realization.
The Ayurvedic massages are therapeutic tools and practiced from childhood in India. The massages are different according to the needs and the imbalances of each one but provide common and appreciated benefits. Ayurveda calms the nervous system , calms the body and the mind but not only! This process also improves blood and lymphatic circulation , facilitates the elimination of toxins from the body and revitalizes the body’s natural regenerative and defense capacities .
How do the Ayurvedic sessions take place?
The practitioner will determine the overall condition of his patient during the first session to establish an Ayurvedic assessment. After taking a pulse and many questions about evacuations, eating habits, sleep, skin, nails or digestion, a program is then launched. The follow-up visits will help to take stock of your balance by adjusting, modifying and deepening the proposed methods.
It’s up to you to get started if you want to improve your energy flow using gentle methods adapted to your body.