What are the most critical concepts of Ayurveda?

Ayurveda is one of the oldest and most famous systems of medical treatment in the whole world. The meaning of word Ayurveda is “life knowledge”. It was developed in the Indian sub-continent and spread outside India as an alternative system of medicine.

In Allopathy, medicines can cause side effects in the body which can have long-lasting impressions. One of the prime reasons why Ayurveda is so popular is there are no side-effects which get associated with this system. The whole principle of Ayurveda is based on balance, and there are three elemental substances or doshas- Vata, Pitta and Kapha.

A balance of these three doshas is essential for living a disease-free life, and if there is an imbalance of doshas, the body falls ill. Ayurveda therapy training India focuses on treatment by working on the doshas in the body, and the medicine is divided into eight components- general medicine, paediatrics, surgical techniques, ENT, pacification of spirits, toxicology, rejuvenation and treatment to increase semen and sexual pleasure in the body.

Ayurvedic text names seven primary tissues- blood, plasma, muscles, fat, bone, marrow and semen. There are five elements which make up the body and twenty gunas which are inherent in all the substances.

There is a particular technique for treatment of stress and anxiety in Ayurveda. Indian head massage or Champi is a popular method to treat a headache and stress in Indian sub-continent and Ayurveda message training in India is given to students. It is also known by the name of Abhyanga, and it is done by applying lots of oil. The one or two therapist sequences that relax the tissues get followed. It is observed that head massage is beneficial for mind, body and emotions.

Aitheinhealing is a centre to learn Ayurveda in India. The teachers are experienced and have in-depth knowledge of massage and other Ayurvedic techniques like Yoga. Contact us to enroll in the upcoming massage course today.

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