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Ayurveda Behandlungen



Origin and basic principles of Ayurveda!

The origin of Ayurveda cannot be fixed precisely in terms of time.
 It is based on the Vedas, the oldest sacred scriptures of ancient India.

The ancient Indian Sanskrit term "Ayurveda" means "The knowledge of life"!
Actually nothing more than to live according to one's nature and one's needs.
If you are already doing this and are satisfied with it, then you are actually already doing Ayurveda!

Ayuveda is considered to be one of the most comprehensive medical systems in the world, it is a health system

that includes all aspects of life, both physical and material, as well as mental and spiritual.

Health in the Ayurvedic sense means:

* balanced digestion/metabolism
* A well-built tissue and adequately eliminated waste products
* Properly functioning sensory and tactile organs
* the life energies Vata, Pitta and Kapha should be in harmony

Ayurvedic teachings focus on a holistic view of man, nature and the cosmos.
It is the concept of the three doshas.
It is nature's three simplest patterns that govern life.


These life energies (Doshas) are called Vata, Pitta and Kapha. 

They determine our physical and mental nature.
They determine what talents and physique we have, what suits us and what doesn't.
Whether we are mentally, musically or more mechanically inclined. You control all processes on a physical level.

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Vata - the principle of movement
The main office of Vata is in the large intestine.

Vata is responsible for movement, spontaneity, breathing, emotions,

Sensations, absorption of food in the intestine and elimination. 
Vata is also involved in all nerve processes in the body.

The Characteristics of Vata Personalities: Agile, fast, light, cold, subtle, dry, rough and loose.

Agile and rapid mobility, quick speech.

Physical Characteristics of Vata Personalities:Slender, narrow stature, delicate, thin,

dry and cool skin, dryness in the intestines, tendency to flatulence and constipation, changeable appetite,

poor memory, light, often interrupted sleep.


​Pitta - the principle of conversion
Pitta's headquarters are in the small intestine.

Pitta regulates the metabolism and controls the activities of the digestive system,

body temperature, skin pigmentation, intellect, immunity

and vitality.
The eyesight, the shine and the suppleness of the skin are also improved

Controlled by Pitta. 

​The characteristics of Pitta personalities:
Hot, pungent, light, oily, penetrating, subtle and fluid
Physical Traits of Pitta Personalities:
Athletic, strong build, medium height, fresh complexion, tendency to freckles and liver spots,

good digestion, skin irritation, tendency to diarrhea, high sweating, strong appetite,

sharp and clear memory. 


​Kapha - the principle of structure
Kapha's headquarters are in the chest and bronchial areas.

Kapha is responsible for building and maintaining the body, for stability

of muscle, fat and bone tissue, as well as for maintenance

the synovial fluid and moisture of the mucous membranes. 

​The characteristics of Kapha personalities:
Heavy, slow, stable, solid, oily, sluggish, cold and sticky. 
Physical Traits of Kapha Personalities:
Heavy, solid build, tendency to obesity, sluggish digestion, slow speech,
deeper and 

heavy sleep, often poor appetite, good long-term memory.

​From birth, the three doshas are in an individual relationship in every human being.

Rarely are all three doshas equally represented. As a rule, one or two doshas predominate and

characterize the physical and mental characteristics of a person through their characteristics. 

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