Yoga and Ayurveda Therapy

Yougika Chikitsa (Yoga Therapy) is the application of Yoga techniques to treat ailments and improve health.

In Yoga therapy it is the person practicing who is the key element in healing, as your own practices  bring about the changes. The Yoga therapist uses their skill and experience to choose and teach the appropriate practices. The aim is not only to cure illness and establish good health, but to establish the patient’s confidence in their ability to maintain good health.

In support of your Yoga practice, individually tailored advice will be given on diet and lifestyle based on the Ayurvedic model of individual constitution.

On the healing journey some support may be needed so we have organic Ayurvedic herbs for healing purposes, as tonics and for rejuvenation.

Ayurveda is the ancient healing tradition of India. Its principles however, are universally applicable.

Ayurveda uses a model of three doshas and five elements (bhuta) to explain and work with our individual constitution.

Restoring and maintaining a state of natural balance in the qualities of our body and optimum functioning of its systems, are the goals of Ayurveda. Learning to live in harmony and cooperation with Nature will bring health, peace and harmony to the body and mind.

Harmony Yoga use Ayurvedic principles and techniques to enhance Yoga Practice or Yoga Therapy. Ayurveda and Yoga share a common origin so their methodology and principles are in harmony.

The primary focus in my work is Yoga, so I only work with client’s who are seeking to go along the path of Yoga as part of their health care programme.


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