Everyone has their own, and unique constitution – Prakriti, which is described by the theory of the three “Doshas”. “Doshi” participate in the creating the congenital constitution of the body, and throughout the life participate in the regulation of the vital activity of the organism. “Vata” is the pioneer of the movement, “Pitta” is transformation, “Kapha” is communication . All three “Doshas” work together in our body, in charge of development, renewal, maintenance and withering. In Ayurveda, neither side of the functioning of the body can be described without the participation of “Dosh”. “Doshi” participate in the creation of the body, and if all of them are in balance, they maintain the health of the body throughout the course of it’s life. And precisely when “Doshi” differ from “Prakriti”, is the main cause of all diseases. And these are the constitutional features that the doctor of Ayurveda identifies in the course of the diagnosis, and then gives his recommendations for each patient specifically. Working with biologically active points, for example – “Marma” therapy and the famous “Panchakarma” (combination of five procedures of purification) you can achieve a complete body cleansing. Our doctor of Ayurveda who works in our center also takes into account weather conditions, season, time of day, occupation, etc., as all of these are great of importance for choosing the optimal course of therapy.
Ayurveda has a huge number of therapeutic procedures, massage techniques using various herbal medicines and medicinal Ayurvedic oils. The purpose of Ayurveda is, first of all, the prevention of diseases and the right way of life. Health is not just the absence of disease, it is also a sense of happiness in the body, mind and soul. In this system of recovery, equal attention is paid both to the prevention of the disease and to the treatment. However it should also be noted that Ayurveda is also consists of a proper diet and daily routine.
In the modern world, the popularity of Ayurveda is increasing more and more because of its holistic approach to nature, the human body and high spirituality. The forms of Ayurvedic life-support become an integral part of millions of people all over the world today.