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AYURVEDA: THE SCIENCE OF LIFE

BATHED IN NATURE

Ayurvedic ingredients including rosemary and green leaves and powers in a dish
Hair remedy of all purpose Ayurvedic medicinal herb neem leaves in a glass bowl along with

The modern world is filled with practices that affect us - physically, mentally and spiritually.   From the food we eat, to the work we do, our relationships, daily routines and sleep patterns - everything is affected by what we consume and how we digest and process our sensory experiences.

Since 95% of chronic illness can be managed through  lifestyle practices, having an Ayurvedic toolkit to hand to correct an imbalanced body-mind is therefore invaluable. ​

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WHAT IS AYURVEDA? (ay-yur-vay-duh)

The original lifestyle medicine

  • Ayurveda is a 5,000 year-old health and healing system founded in ancient India. It comes from the Sanskrit words 'ayus' meaning life and 'veda' meaning wisdom.   

  • From an Ayurvedic perspective, human beings are not viewed as mere thinking physical machines, but rather as fields of intelligence in dynamic exchange with the energy and information of the environment.  Health is a state of vibrant balance in which all the layers of one’s life are integrated.​​​​​

 

  • Ayurvedic practices aim to nip illness in the bud before it can flourish and rejuvenate and nourish the body helping us to maintain good health and vitality.

 

  • In contrast to Western medical science with its focus on symptomatic treatment, Ayurveda addresses the root cause of illness.

 

  • It offers a holistic and individualised approach to health since each person has a unique mind-body composition.

  • Ayurvedic practices teach that the more we can sync with our true selves and the natural cycles of nature, the greater the chances for optimal health.

 

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'I found the first session, 'Introduction to Ayurveda' very enjoyable. The other participants were easy to get along with and I found the group discussions very helpful. Gina has a very natural way of teaching which instantly engages you and makes you feel very much at home. This course has definitely opened my eyes to Ayurveda and I can't wait for the next class'.

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