Ayurveda is one of the oldest holistic healing systems that originating over 5,000 years ago in India. The word Ayurveda is derived from the Sanskrit word ayu, meaning life and veda, meaning knowledge. Therefore, the meaning of this Sanskrit word is “Knowledge of Life.” The earliest references to Ayurveda are found in the Vedas, the most ancient Hindu scriptures known as the Atharvaveda. The origin of Ayurveda is attributed to Dhanvantari, who, according to Hindu mythology, is the God of medicines and an avatar of Lord Mahavishnu. It is widely practiced in several parts of the Eastern world, especially in India. There, the Ayurvedic form of holistic healing is used by a large cross section of the population either exclusively or in combination with modern medicine.
Principles of Ayurveda
How does Ayurveda heal?
The preventive aspects of Ayurvedic healing involve various exercises such as yoga, meditation, massage, and the use of herbal remedies. The curative aspects of Ayurveda involve the use of herbal medicines, physiotherapy, and diet. A key aspect of the techniques used in this healing system is that it is customised for everyone.
Ayurvedic Program at YO1
YO1 offers a truly authentic and customized experience that is tailor-made for each individual. Experienced practitioners, who are experts in ancient Ayurvedic therapies, create a personalized wellness program that is focused on restoring the health and inner balance of guests through Eastern holistic therapies. Ayurvedic diet, Ayurvedic herbs, and Ayurvedic remedies were developed at later stages. The ancient Ayurvedic therapies are designed to address the root cause of each guest’s health issues during an immersive, regimented stay. They incorporate a variety of healing techniques to treat and educate those dedicated and committed to living a better life.
To learn more about Ayurveda and how the treatments can help you, call: 855-200-6004