Ayurveda

‘Without proper nutrition, medicine is of little use… With proper nutrition, medicine is of little need’

Shirodhara is a form of Ayurveda where the slow dripping of mediated oils onto the forehead induces a relaxed state of awareness giving a total feeling of wellness and mental clarity. Shirodhara can be one of the steps involved in Panchakarma.

Ayurveda is an ancient powerful tool to bring body, mind and soul into harmonious balance. Ayurvedic therapy will work on multiple layers of your being, moving lymphatic fluids, removing dead skin cells, balancing doshic elements dissolving ama (toxic residue in the body and mind) and mitigating stress response.

Ayurveda has a long history of facilitating physical health, emotional well being and soul connection.

Ayurveda Diet

Ayurvedic herbs are a key component of Ayurveda, the traditional practice of medicine of India. Practitioners use ayurvedic herbs to “cleanse” the body, boost defense against disease, and keep the mind, body, and spirit in balance

In the ayurvedic system, to maintain good health a good digestive system is essential. Emphasise lays on a diet of fresh, organic easy to digest foods, as an incorrect diet can cause conditions and disease to manifest in the body. A balanced diet is the main resource for good health and a natural medicine