“Ayurveda teaches us to cherish our innate-nature-‘to love and honor who we are’, not as what people think or tell us, ‘who we should be’.”
Considered as one of the most ancient form holistic treatment, Ayurveda is a study of life. Ayurveda was developed in India and it is practically considered as science of life.
We at Sunrise Naturopathy & Ayurvedic Hospital & Yoga Center understand that today’s life style has an adverse effect on one’s health.
We usually fail to pay much attention to our body because of the busy schedule and eventually fell ill. Lacks of sleep, anxiety, stress, bloating of stomach, skin issues have become normal in our life.
This is when Ayurveda comes to the rescue. Ayurveda therapies provided by us at Sunrise Naturopathy & Ayurvedic Hospital & Yoga Center are given under the supervision of experts.
Some the Ayurveda Therapies that we provide are as follows:
Panchakarma Ayurvedic treatment precisely focuses on cleansing your body and restoring the balance. Panchakarma is derived from a Sanskrit word which means “five treatments”.
This Ayurveda Therapy removes every “doshas” from the body making it fully cleanse and builds the immune system. This treatment is considered to be one of the best treatment in Ayurveda and recommended to those individuals who are feeling out of balance or are ill.
In this therapy, arterial and lymphatic stimulation is done with the help of herbal oil massage. This helps in relaxing mind, skin as well as body.
This therapy results into experiencing different dimension of awareness and removes wastes from the cells that are damaged by today’s unhealthy lifestyle.
In this therapy, steam bath is given to the person seeking for treated properly. Swednatherapy helps in removing toxins from body and skin tissue.
These steam baths are based on herbal treatment and in this head and heart are kept cool in order to provide an elevated experience while the body is being heated. Through this treatment a person derives mental and emotional relaxation.
In this massage, lymph fluids around the body are encouraged to move with the help of slow movement by massage.
With the help of this massage all the toxins from the body and tissues are removed.
In this therapy, all the toxins present in the body are released by a specialized herbal enema. All the toxins present in the body are cleared from the colon.
The Ayurvedic medicines provided in this treatment goes under blood and cells and reshapes damaged tissues. This is the last stage of Panchakarma treatment.
In Nyasa therapy, various kinds of herbs and oils are prepared for the person getting treated as per the requirement of his treatment. These herbs and oils are theninhaled through the nose.
Through this the sinuses are cleared and by doing so all respiratory related problems are healed as it eradicates the deep dryness of the central nervous system.
Five senses Therapy:
This treatment precisely focuses on maintaining a proper balance in the five senses through therapeutic effect. It involves treatment of all five senses of our body.
For sound, sound therapies and Vedic hymns are used to restore the balance. For sight sense, Ayurvedic Color therapy is used.
Touch therapy is used for the touch sense where vital points present in our body are rejuvenated. For the sense of taste Ayurvedic medicines are provided in Taste therapy.
Some highly rich fragrances are used in providing a soothing effect in the smell sense related therapy.
Sunrise Naturopathy & Ayurvedic Hospital & Yoga Center is certainly the best Ayurveda therapy Centre that you will ever come across in India. We understand that every person has different needs and that is why each person needs different treatments.
To help you out with this we at Sunrise Naturopathy & Ayurvedic Hospital & Yoga Center have formed a team of professionals and specialized doctors who will help you to guide and choose the best therapy and treatment for you.
Our “Athithis” and their comfort is what matters a lot for us. And that is the reason why we provide you the best dining facilities, swimming pools and a huge campus in the lap of nature so that you can heal in a natural habitat.
You will be close to your own self and with the nature. So what are you waiting for?
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Ayurveda is a simple, practical science of life, the principles, and practices of which evolved through many centuries. Ayurvedic science is based on eternal wisdom of people who acquired knowledge from experience and meditation. Ayurvedic system is applicable universally to all those seeking harmony and peace. The Classical Ayurvedic texts discuss all forms of science like biology, toxicology and subjects like philosophy and theology.
Ayurveda has its own views about the principles and philosophy of life. Ayurvedic system describes man as a universe within himself which is a child of the cosmic forces. His existence is inextricably intertwined to the total cosmic manifestation. The entire universe, as well as the body, is made up of five basic elements. These elements are Earth, Water, Fire, Air and Space.
The word Ayurveda is composed of two Sanskrit terms - Ayu meaning life and Veda meaning knowledge. Therefore Ayurveda means the knowledge of life or science of life. It is defined as the science, through which one can obtain knowledge about the useful and harmful ways of life, happy and miserable types of life, conditions that lead to the above types of life, as well as, the very nature of life.
According to Ayurvedic medicine, human body consists of three primary life forces or biological humors, which are Vatha, Pitha and Kapha. These three doshas are called the tridoshas. A balance among these life forces is essential for proper health. Any imbalance among the tridoshas causes a state of unhealthiness or disease.
Ayurvedic system says that this imbalance is the effect of the constant reaction of the internal environment of body to the changes in external environment. It is only required that we bring back normalcy to the balance of these doshas, to bring back the state of healthiness.
Other basic concepts of Ayurvedic system are the Saptha Dhathus (the bodily tissues), Srotas (Channals), Ama (toxins and filthy matter) and the trinity of life - body, mind and spiritual awareness.
The first step in the method of diagnosis in Ayurvedic form of medicine is to determine the constitution of the person. That means it is the patient who is diagnosed first and not the disease.
The same disease might appear in different forms in two persons because their constitution is different. Due to this variation in constitution the medicines and treatment may be different for two people with the same illness. This difference in treatment methods according to the constitution is essential to bring back the natural balance of the biological humors. The constitutional approach is the essence of the Ayurvedic system. Understanding ones constitution helps one to lead a life style that is most befitting his constitution, thus optimizing his health and creative potential.
According to Ayurvedic system, human body consists of three primary life forces or biological humors, which are Vatha, Pitha and Kapha. These three doshas are called the tridoshas. A balance among these life forces is essential for proper health. Any imbalance among the tridoshas causes a state of unhealthiness or disease. Ayurvedic treatment measures include internal medicine, external medicine, surgical treatment and psychotherapy.
Ayurvedic treatments can be classified under two groups - tonification and reduction. Reduction therapies decrease excesses in the body while tonification methods nurture insufficiency in the body. Reduction therapy has two parts called pacification and purification. Pacification is done with herbs, fasting, exercise, sunbathing and exposure to wind. Purification is a special form of therapy for elimination of the disease causing humors. The power of Ayurvedic elimination therapy is its system for guiding the toxins to their sites for elimination. It consist of five parts - The pancha karmas - cleaning enemas, nasal medication, Purgation, Emesis and blood letting. All these require preliminary Ayurvedic practises of oleation and sweating. Kerala a southern state of India, has developed its own Ayurvedic treatment modalities like Dhara, pizhichil, Navarakizhi, Elakizhi, Sirovasthi, Thalapothichil etc. which are highly effective in a number of diseases which include Motor neuron diseases, Arthritis of various kinds, skin diseases, heart diseases, peptic ulcer, Asthama, Peripheral vascular diseases and Gynecological disorders.
Ayurvedic pharmacology is based upon the concepts of rasa, veerya and vipaka. A vast variety of plants, metals, minerals, animals, birds and even mud and sand are used as medicines in Ayurveda.
Knowledge about Ayurvedic type of medicine is divided into eight branches. The branches are 1. Kaya chikilsa (general medicine), 2. Shalya (surgery), 3. Shalakya (ENT and Ophthalmology), 4. Graha (Psychotherapy), 5. Damshitra (toxicology), 6. Bala (Pediatrics and Gynecology), 7. Jara (rejuvenation) and 8. Vrishya (Aphrodisiacs).
Of the above the seventh one, that is rejuvenation therapy is a unique method which Ayurveda performs. Until death our body is engaged in a continuous struggle against the aging process. Hence the body is called Shareeram - something that degenerates.