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Ayurveda & Wellness Programme

“Experience Holistic Healing of Ayuverda

Developed thousands of years ago in India, Ayurvedic – also known as Ayurveda is one of the world’s oldest holistic (whole-body) healing systems. Ayurveda is based on the belief that health and wellness depend on a delicate balance between the mind, body and soul. The Orchard Ayurveda Programmes focus in promote good health, rather than fight disease. But treatments may be recommended for specific health problems.

In Ayurveda theory, everything in the universe — living or not — is connected. Good health is achieved when your mind, body, and spirit are in harmony with the universe. Disruptions (injuries, age, emotions, genetic or birth defects, climate and seasonal changes) of this harmony can lead to poor health and sickness.

Every person is made of a combination of five basic elements found in the universe: Space, Air, Fire, Water & Earth.

These elements combine in the human body to form three life forces or energies, called doshas. They control how your body works. The three doshas are: Vata dosha (space and air), Pitta dosha (fire and water) and Kapha dosha (water and earth)

Everyone inherits a unique mix of the three doshas. One dosha is usually more dominant. Each dosha controls a different body function. It is believed that your chances of getting sick are linked to the balance of your doshas”

Ayurveda Treatments may include:

Aromatherapy, breathing exercises, diet changes, herbs, minerals and metals, plant-based oils and spices, lifestyle changes, medication, stretching and yoga.

Benefits of Ayurveda Treatments:

– Restore Balance.
– Improve Spiritual Healing.
– Boost Your Immunity.
– Reduce Symptoms.

Finding your Dosha

In The Orchard’s Ayurveda Programmes, we will examine you an try to determine your primary dosha and the balance among the others.

The exam will include:
– Checking your weight.
– Examination of urine and stools.
– Feeling your pulse (each dosha theoretically creates a unique pulse).
– Listening to your speech and voice.
– Looking at your eyes, teeth, tongue, and skin.”

You will be asked questions about your:
– Ability to recover from an illness.
– Behaviours.
– Diet.
– Lifestyle.
– Medical history, including recent illnesses.