Why Ayurveda?



Ayurvedic medicine has a rich history.

Originally shared as an oral tradition, Ayurveda was recorded more than 5,000 years ago in Sanskrit, in the four sacred texts called the Vedas: the Rig Veda (3000-2500 BCE), Yajur Veda, Sam Veda, and Atharva Veda (1200-1000 BCE).

Ayurveda is not a “one-size-fits-all” system. Instead, its regimens are tailored to each person’s unique prakruti (Ayurvedic constitution), taking into account his or her needs for nutrition, exercise, personal hygiene, social interaction, and other lifestyle elements.

Daily routines, called dincharya, and seasonal regimens, called ritucharya, are recommended. Following these individualized plans help users of Ayurveda attain robust physical health, as well as mental and spiritual harmony.

Principles behind Warrior Goddess Ayurveda, offering Ayurvedic Consultations with protocols customized according to one’s dosha (constitution) including daily, seasonal routines, yoga therapy, regimen and recipes, body treatments recommendations, blog articles, cooking classes, seminars and workshops, art therapy for kids and adults, creating a vision board, dance therapy, nutritional and motivational coaching.

Ayurveda is a health system that’s not intended to “cure a disease”, but rather offer prevention and care. This system has been in place for more than 5,000 years. It has been popular in the East for this long and it is now gaining popularity in the West. It is simple and practical, which is why it is still in use after all of these years.

Ayurveda can be used by ANYONE and EVERYONE. You are unique and therefore the system of modern medicine is not always effective because it wants you to compare yourself to others in order to get a diagnosis. Know yourself, love yourself, and Ayurveda can work its magic.

Ayurveda believes your natural state is healthy. When there is an unhealthy aspect, such as depression or constipation, it is showing that you and your environment are not balanced. An imbalance does not happen overnight and therefore you have to be cautious about what shifts take place to try and maintain the balance at all times.

Ayurveda also recognizes why you do what you do because it follows the rules of nature. There are five elements recognized, including: space, air, water, fire, and earth. Those elements behave and interact in various ways and when you understand the elements, you can control them more effectively.

Ultimately, Ayurveda helps to embrace the whole you and there are many services offered by Warrior Goddess Ayurveda to help you in an array of ways.