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Ayurveda & Panchakarma in India



6 weeks of Panchakarma and Ayurvedic diet in India. What an intense begining of the year.


My journey started on 31.12. with Ayurveda treatments, an internal purification process, followed by a special diet, herbal remedies, massage therapy, soft Hatha yoga & pranayama. ❤️✨


This has been my second time doing panchakarma in India. After my studies of Ayurveda during the covid time… I learned different types of techniques & the basic principle of ayurveda. To experience different treatments was important part of my journey, like; Abhyangam, Chavittithirumu, Elakizhi, Shirodhara, Snehapana, Swedana, Vamana, Nasya, Niruha - kashaya vasti, Anuvasana - sneha vasti etc…


To receive Ayurveda treatments is stress & pain release which helped me to heal, to let go of past, to spread more self love 💕… to cleanse my body from inside out… and splash 💦 all what doesn’t serve me anymore :-))) 🌺


Ayurveda was real blessing … thank you to all therapist & ayurvedic doctors they came on my path 🙏🏻🇮🇳🕉️


As a massage therapist I was very curious about ayurveda and it was important for me to experience it. To see how massages and life style (also like regular eating) has important part on our health and in our daily life.


Daily enema (Basti - medicated oil or herbal decoction is administered through the anal route) to cleanse our body from all kind of toxins, as well to release our past & traumas.


If you’ve ever “gone with your gut” to make a decision or felt “butterflies in your stomach” when nervous, you’re likely getting signals from an unexpected source: your second brain. Hidden in the walls of the digestive system, this “brain in your gut” is revolutionizing medicine’s understanding of the links between digestion, mood, health and even the way you think.


What is Ayurveda?

The concepts of universal interconnectedness, the body's constitution (PRAKRTI), and life forces (DOSHAS) are the primary basis of ayurvedic medicine.

The name “Ayurveda” is derived from two words in Sanskrit, “AYUH” meaning “life” or “longevity” and “VEDA” meaning “science” or “sacred knowledge.” Ayurveda’s definition therefore roughly translates as “the science of longevity” or “the sacred knowledge of life.”


Ayurveda can help us:

  • Completely purifies the body

  • Riddance of toxins

  • Speeding up the metabolism

  • Refusing weight

  • Enhancing the strength of digestive fire

  • Opening up of blocked channels

  • Relaxing the mind and body

  • Rejuvenation of tissues

  • Boosts immunity

  • Relieves stress


Ayurveda is not simply about taking an herbal formula and waiting for the results. Instead, Ayurveda encourages you to be an active participant in your own journey toward healing and understand the cause of your illness.



Next year I’m planing to do yoga & ayurveda retreat in India, would you like to join me?

To experience Detox, Ayurveda, Meditations & Yoga with my personal care in India?… please find more here:


With love 💕

Veronica

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