Namaste Ayur, a small contribution to your journey of healthy living. We offer Ayurvedic lifestyle consultation to restore health with the traditional and holistic system of Ayurveda. Our aim is to reduce suffering and discomfort with Ayurvedic wisdom. Ayurvedic lifestyle is what the whole world needs right now.

Pandemic Covid-19, has made it very clear to the world that just a healthy lifestyle is not enough to be healthy and happy. We need an approach that helps us to find how an individual human being is different from another one. Ayurveda, the ancient health science confirms that every human being has a unique constitution. Ayurveda applies a personalized approach to find the root cause of the underlying health conditions.

What is Ayurveda?

Ayurveda is an ancient system of medicine that comes from India, It is based on the idea of balance in bodily systems and uses diet, herbal treatment, and yogic breathing. Ayurveda and Yoda considered sister sciences in the Ancient Vedic era and highly enlightened sages worked hard to make it simpler and easy to understand by the general people. According to ancient Sanskrit scriptures, it is possible to restore complete health and cure the disease with the help of Ayurveda and Yoga as most of the diseases occurred due to the Tridosha imbalance.

The Sanskrit word “Ayurveda” means “Science/Wisdom of Life”. Ayurveda is Upveda coming out of “Rig Veda” and “Atharva Veda”, a collection of hymns written in Sanskrit around 5000 years back. Ayurveda is Ancient Vedic Science and still alive. People who seeks a state of wellness with holistic ways still belive in Ayurveda.

Ayurveda doesn’t consider the human being as a human body composed of living cells, tissues, organs, and systems instead it believes the Human is the Union of Mind, Body, Soul, and Senses. Ayurveda teaches us that the same forces that work in the world of nature are present within us starting with the five great elements of earth, water, fire, air, and ether as the basis of the three Ayurvedic doshas of Vata, Pitta, and Kapha

Ayurveda says the perfect equilibrium between Vata, Pitta, and Kapha brings a state of wellness, whereas disequilibrium results in a disease. The right diet and right lifestyle is the basic tool to create equilibrium and bring back the body to its natural state. Ayurveda is about understanding our lives in every aspect, which is relevant for all our daily activities.