Ayurveda: a medicine, a philosophy, a lifestyle.

 

Ayurveda means ‘science of life’, it is a sacred therapeutic science that has been used for more than 5000 years. It is India’s official medicine and has been recognised as such by the OMS ( WHO: world health organisation).
According to ayurveda, all illnesses are caused by unbalanced doshas (vatta, pitta, kapha), which are accountable for bad foods and an inadequate lifestyle.

However, everything we do has its particular dosha characteristics. This way each person can find balance and harmony.

 

All is energy: theory of the five elements

 

Its principles are based on the theory of the five elements, which correspond to the five states of matter. They are the basis of universal energy, they show that life’s principles are in constant evolution. Those five elements combine in various ways to create doshas (vata, pitta and kapha) which are three fundamentals of our constitution. Each person acquires, from the moment they are conceived, a combination of those five elements which represents their ideal health. However, one’s physical and mental environment might be challenged by outside elements and each of us has to make their way through a fragile balance.

 

The body is the soul’s temple

 

In India, caring for the soul is achieved by firstly caring for the body. Massages are an act of love and attention which through touch will nourish the body, the senses and the soul.
Massages communicate with consciousness through the five senses and help us refocus on our inner selves.

 

Inner beauty and skin’s health

 

Ayurvedic massages are an integral part of ayurvedic medicine in India. It is also considered as a sacred practice. Ayurvedic massages not only invigorate and relax the body but also works on energies for the body to find balance and integrity.

 

The ayurvedic massage is first of all a balancing technique which works on the centres of our body’s vital energies thanks to the links between matter, consciousness and chakras that are close to the surface of the skin and therefore very sensitive.

 

Ayurvedic massages also offer many other benefits:
 

– it invigorates muscular tissues and nourishes the skin

– it helps ameliorate blood and lymphatic circulation

– it helps eliminate outside residues left on the body

– it softens articulations and the spine

– it helps protect you from illnesses by reinforcing your immune system

– it improves concentration and intelligence

– it gives a better understanding of the body

– it helps regenerate and preserve youth

 

‘A real therapeutic treatment, a key to longevity’