At Heal Ayur, our experts offer traditional Ayurvedic therapies like Panchkarma including Vasti, Nasya, Abhyanga, Shirodhara and many more, devoted to old-age Indian ideology of medicine.
Ayurveda is known to be one of the most seasoned therapeutic conventions in India. It is derived from two Sanskrit words- Ayuh and Veda. Ayuh refers to life and Veda is knowledge or science. Thus, Ayurveda means "Science of life". All facets of human life are included in Ayurveda whether it is psychological, physical, social or spiritual.
Ayurveda strives to improve life style and maintain the health and happiness of human beings. It also aims at restoring the health and productivity of mind and bringing positive change in the lives of people. It rejuvenates the body, mind and soul and eliminates various toxins from the body. In a nutshell, it can be said that Ayurveda has a holistic approach.
Ayurveda is an age old health care system that evolved in India. There is mention of Ayurvedic remedies for various health problems in the ancient Vedic texts, particularly in Atharva Veda which mainly talks about substantial Ayurvedic knowledge. This is the reason why Ayurveda is said to be the branch of Atharva Veda.
Later on, from 6th Century BC to 7th Century AD there was a methodical development of science and that period is known as Samhita period. During this period classical literature was produced in bulk and there is evidence to support the fact that organized medical care was present in this era.
Our Aim and Vision
We aspire to not only treat the medical condition of our patients through Ayurveda but also to educate them about the process. Therefore, we desire to be instrumental in bringing overall change and improvement in the general health of our patients.
Our vision is to revolutionize modern-day health care practices with the implementation of knowledge of Ayurveda. Thus, we believe in offering safe and natural Ayurvedic treatment to our clients.
Ayurveda in 21st century
Ayurveda has passed the test of time. It has survived as a distinct entity from remote antiquity to the present day and is still relevant today because it is based on logic. The fundamentals on which its foundation is based are timeless. They do not change with changing times.
Today, many people use Ayurveda to treat their diseases. It has transformed the lives of millions of people. Diseases which were thought to be incurable through medicines were cured because of Ayurveda. It has brought smiles on face of many people and gave them an opportunity to lead a disease free life.