The Ayurvedic Way
The Vedic text are the oldest sanskrit text known to man, and are considered one of the oldest sacred text found on earth. These text are composed of four subclassifications; Rig Veda, Sama Veda, Yajur Veda, and Atharva Veda. Long before these text were written the vedic culture was passed down through practice. Over time these teachings were written and stowed away for safe keeping.
Ayurveda Medicine is not a religion but a way of life. Everything we do religiously can be our religion but a healthy life is the unlimited goal here. Ayurveda's focus is alternative and preventative care, including surgical procedures.
The six limbs of vedanga were created after the Vedic texts were organized as a key to help understand the ancient text.
The Eight Branches of Ayurveda
The Six Limbs of Vedanga
A way of life....
Ayurveda is wellness, living the Ayurvedic principals will ensure the healthies life for mind, body and spirit wholeness and well-being. Ayurbella is an Ayurvedic based studio focused on sharing the collective practices of ancient old-worlds. Many scholars are just now discovering the correlation between Ayurveda and yoga, but this treasure offers so much more than meets the eye. Ayurveda provides both curative and preventive measures towards optimal physical, mental and spiritual well-being through a balanced lifestyle. It aims to prevent unnecessary suffering and encourages us to live a long, healthy life. Ayurveda focus' on YOU as a whole and not just your symptoms. Ayurveda seeks to balance an individual's imbalances first before extreme measures are needed. Your symptoms are red flags that need to be addressed. Ayurveda will help you to find balance and teach you your personal preventative care plan. Discover healing through the 5 senses of sight, touch, sound, smell, and taste. Ayurbella was created on the basis of wellness for mind, body and spirit; incorporating consultation and protocols for concerns we deal with everyday, from daily habits to long term life changing goals.
- Herbs are only 5% of the cure. 95% of the cure is wise understanding and self-discipline.
- Proper Sleep is important for daily healing (not too much or too little).
- Proper Diet-Nutrition is critical to the body absorbing proper nutrients (locally-grown, fresh, seasonal, primarily plant-based whole and natural, toxin-free, pesticide-free, non-Genetically-Modified-Organism GMO) foods according to the constitution of Vata-Pitta-Kapha.
- Daily Exercise for at least 30 minutes daily. Any regular exercise that makes you sweat (to release toxins via the skin). Yoga, Tai Qi, Aikido, Gong, walking, hiking, swimming, or devotional bowing-prostrations.
- Daily Meditation time-proven "stress management" and prevention technique.
- Brahmacharya Virtue, Pure heartedness, high integrity. Don't overindulge your senses. Which means celibacy for monks-nuns-yogis, or at least self-control of sexuality for lay persons. Protect your ojas immunity by being respectful to yourself and others.
- Spa rejuvenation is necessary for purification, detoxing, healing, and relieving stress on the body as well as on the mind. Rejuvenating treatments include but not limited to Ayurvedic head massage, shirodhara (pouring of oil to the third eye), ear, nose and herbal treatments, marma therapy for the head, neck, feet hands and face. Ayurvedic facials for Vata, Pitta, Kapha, dual, and tri-dosha. Body treatments such as oilation, herbal paste rubs, Doshic wraps, scrubs, compresses, and steams.