Yoga and Ayurveda stem from the same philosophical root. They evolved at around the same time in history and share the same goal: union between the macrocosm and microcosm. Yoga works with unity through asana, pranayama & meditation, while Ayurveda focuses on healing of the body/mind complex and unifying with nature.
Ayurveda (Pronounced EYE-yer-VAY-da ) is the world’s oldest healthcare system, founded on the knowledge that all areas of life impact health. Health is spherical. It's a balance between body, mind, spirit and relationship.
Are you tired of wellness fads? Are you ready to understand your body's healing secrets? It's so empowering to take charge and allow the solutions to be simple and natural. Exploring and living an Ayurvedic lifestyle means prioritizing balance and connectivity. You'll study and grow to understand the flow of nature, and then embrace "going with flow" rather than against it.... literally and metaphorically.
Earth and our human anatomy both began with the same 5 elements: space, air, fire, water and earth. The play of the elements initiate, transform and maintain every single function of our body and environment. Together we'll explore how this affects your body, mind and spirit. Then we'll build on the understanding so you can apply it skillfully to up level your health, lifestyle and relationships.
The Science of Life
One of the greatest things about Ayurveda is how simple it is. Ayurveda can make your life easier.
It is the science of life, which includes your physical body, mind, soul and senses.
8 IMPORTANT AYURVEDIC TRUTHS
All things in the universe, both living and nonliving, are interconnected. There is an unbroken connection between self and environment.
Everything in the universe is made of the same five elements: space, air, fire, water, and earth.
We are connected within ourselves, to people surrounding us, to our immediate environment, and to the universe.
Balanced connectivity ensures good health.
We remain healthy when we prioritize balance.
Imbalance causes lack of harmony making us susceptible to disease.
Human beings are responsible for their choices and actions. We attain and maintain good health if we make intelligent choices that prioritize connectivity and harmony.
"The simple act of caring is heroic." -Edward Albert