Ayurveda Personalised Detox Programs

“Entire misery of mind and body depends on ignorance, while entire happiness resides in pure knowledge” – Charak (Su 30/84)

Pain Management

Ayurveda suggests a different approach to pain relief. It begins by viewing pain as a mind-body experience. Ayurveda recognizes this power of the mind to relieve pain and strengthens this force through the use of therapies. Ayurveda presents Panchakarma & pain-reducing techniques that are effective and non-addictive.

According to Ayurveda, chronic pain is caused by doshic imbalances and is influenced by many factors like diet, digestion, accumulation of toxins, stress, exercise levels, and daily routine. Ayurveda explains the origin of the pain is due to vitiated Vata dosha, once Vata dosha is treated efficiently the pain subsides automatically.

Ayurvedic pain management therapies are safe and natural ways that help in the management of different types of pain like muscle pain, musculoskeletal pain, bone-joint pain, sports injuries, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, myalgia, spondylitis, sciatica, low backache, muscle cramps, sprain, etc.

Gayatri Ayurveda expert will design a customized Individualized Panchkarma Program to address your chronic pain condition.

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Stress Management

In the ancient Indian healing system of Ayurveda, stress reduction hinges on a complex understanding of each person. Since no two people handle setbacks the same way, everyone requires a different stress-relief strategy. According to Ayurveda, lack of ability to deal with stress is due to an imbalance of the three main mental functions, called dhi (learning), dhriti (retention), and smriti (long-term memory). Ayurveda & its therapies offer many recommendations for strengthening these mental functions and thus give the person more resilience to stress. When there is stress, there is an imbalance of Vata-Pitta-Kapha (doshas). Stress directly affects basic vital body tissue (Dhatus). The health of basic vital tissues can be maintained by taking steps to keep Vata-Piita-Kapha in balance through proper nutrition, lifestyle and rejuvenation programs.

The ancient Ayurveda practice of massage with oil (called Abhyanga) calms the nervous system, lubricates and rejuvenates the tissues, and promotes healthy circulation throughout the body. Abhyanga is a profound practice of rejuvenation. In addition, the oil itself forms a protective sheath around the body that can help to buffer the nervous system against stress.

Gayatri Ayurveda expert will design a customized Individualized Panchkarma/Detox Programs to address your chronic stress issues.
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Weight Loss Programs

In Ayurveda, obesity is regarded as medoroga, a disorder of medadhatu, which includes fat tissue and fat metabolism.

Our first approach is the determination of the appropriate weight according to an individual’s body constitution. As existing weight problems are commonly related to sedentary or irregular lifestyle, unhealthy dietary habits and stress, this can be managed very effectively by adopting preventive measures and periodical administration of life-enhancing therapies to correct the doshic imbalance thereby favoring an optimum level of fat metabolism.

Ayurveda emphasizes that losing weight is not about starving or suppressing the appetite; it is about balancing your fat metabolism by rebalancing kapha. The therapies help in clearing the channels that are blocked with metabolic toxins and ensure a free flow of energy within the body so the doshas are in a balanced state.

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Pregnancy Care

Pre natal & Post natal Care/Therapy Programs (Pregnancy Care)
Ayurveda places an enormous emphasis on the importance of caring for the mother before, during and after pregnancy as diet, lifestyle and thought processes of the pregnant woman directly affects the development of the fetus.

Pre-natal Care:

Ayurveda outlines ideal guidelines under Garbhiniparicharya (care of pregnant woman) to be followed during pregnancy to achieve proper growth of the fetus, a healthy pre-natal period, an uncomplicated delivery and to promote the overall well-being of both mother and child. The science also describes pre-natal medications and therapies for each period from conception to delivery in order to avoid complications in pregnancy and to make the labor easier.

We, at Gayatri Ayurveda understand the importance of pre-natal care and provide quality service to help you stay in the best health and prepare you for the birth of your baby.

Post-natal Care:

Ayurveda places equal importance on the post-natal period. This phase is called the Sutika-kala – meaning “period after delivery.” There are different opinions about the duration of this period, which range from six weeks to six months to the restoration of the menstrual cycle. It is well known that certain changes to mind and body take place during Sutika-kala such as loss of weight, loss of body fluid, lacerated genital tract, constipation, mental stress, etc. The power of digestion is also reduced. These are mainly because Vata gets aggravated immediately after delivery. Proper adherence to a post-natal care routine can result in faster recuperation and serves to:

  • Pacify Vata
  • Restore the power of digestion
  • Relieve exhaustion and increase the strength of the mother
  • Prevent infections and improve immunity
  • Provide a sense of physical and mental well-being

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Healthy Mind & Body

An Ayurvedic tradition is a holistic approach to health and healing. As such, disturbances of the mind must be understood from a broader perspective that includes our physical, mental, emotional, and even spiritual health.

As a result, restoring balance to the channel of the mind can involve a diverse array of therapeutic strategies, and it can certainly be helpful to seek the guidance of a trained Ayurvedic practitioner.

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