Ayurveda is an ancient natural medical science which uses nature’s energy in a scientific manner for the healing and well-being of your life. Its origins date back more than 5000 years in India and Sri Lanka. Ayurveda translates into ‘science of life’ (Ayur = life, Veda = science or knowledge).
Ayurveda works by focusing on the detoxification and harmonization of the body by the use of medicinal herbs, special ayurvedic diets and with treatments such as massages, steam baths or oil applications.
Doshas are the energies in your body. Each person has their own unique constitution type (Prakruti), personality and health based on the individual levels of these energies/doshas in the body. The three doshas: Vatha, Pitta, and Kapha correspond to the five elements (space, air, fire, water, and earth). Also known as mind-body types, the doshas constitute a unique blend of the physical, emotional, and mental characteristics.
VATHA is connected with the nervous system, the mind and joints. It is like air and changeable like the wind; sometimes soft and sometimes turbulent. Anatomically, it is located just below the belly button and governs the hip area of the body.
PITTA is connected with the digestive system, metabolism and hormones. It is like fire and responsible for all the hot factors in the body. Anatomically the PITTA region is located between the heart and the belly button.
KAPHA is connected with the body fluids and skeletal structure. It is like water and is responsible for all fluids, mucous and muscles in the body. The corresponding body region is above the heart.
Many physical complaints can be considerably reduced in an ayurveda cure and – more often than not – even chronic diseases can be alleviated. In general ayurvedic medicines and therapies are able to achieve success even with illnesses that are considered hard to cure with Western medicine. In contrast to conventional Western medicine, the ayurvedic approach to healing also scrutinizes the mental condition and background and potential other causes of an illness.
We exclusively practice traditional ayurvedic treatments
An ayurveda cure is especially advisable for:
* Stress induced symptoms (Burnout, Tinnitus, Insomnia and other sleep disorders)
* Detoxification and Body Cleansing
* Weight reduction and metabolic complaints
* Hormonal complaints (menopause, menstruation)
* Dermatological complaints (acne, atopic eczema, psoriasis)
* Complaints of the musculoskeletal system (rheumatism, arthritis, osteoarthritis)
* Buildup and strengthening of the immune system
* Convalescence after a long illness
* Health maintenance, prevention and rejuvenation
You are welcome to check in directly with our doctors in advance with regards to any disorders or symptoms not mentioned here.
The profound cleaning and detoxification process of an ayurveda cure does not only alleviate illnesses, it also contributes quite significantly to inhancing your well-being. Positive effects of this intensive cleansing process include:
* Activating the metabolism
* Stabilising the immune system
* Increased vitality
* A noticeable improvement of the physical and mental state
* Enhanced nerve strength
* Improved concentration and memory
* Better composure
* Bright, clear eyes
* Strengthening of the fascia
* Weight control
There are many more benefits; in fact, too many to mention. However, you will definitely notice a boost to your personal well-being – which lasts for a considerable amount of time after the cure.