Consult with the world’s best Ayurvedic Vaidyas & Yoga Therapists

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Saja Ammar Arora

Yoga Asanas & Pranayama

Specialities:

asanas

hatha-yoga

pranayama

The Yoga sessions integrate postures with breathwork to seamlessly flow into each other and balance the Prana and vital energy.

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Arjun Arora

Integrative Inner-work

Specialities:

inner-work

meditation

yoga-psychotherapy

Integrative Counseling is an amalgamation of eastern and western techniques inspired by the philosophy of the Upanishads and Vedanta, Yoga therapy, Ayurveda and Modern psychotherapeutic modalities integrated together to bring about mental, physical and emotional balance.

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Swami Yogaratna Saraswati

Yoga Therapist

Specialities:

emotional-wellbeing

general-health

yoga-therapy

What happens in a Yoga Therapy session? Yoga as therapy uses yoga asanas, pranayama, yoga nidra, diet, shatkarma and lifestyle changes to develop a strong …

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Frequently Asked Questions

Ayurveda is the science of life. It believes in the concept of total mind-body healing. Ayurveda checks the issue of illnesses right from the roots. There are no band-aid therapies here. No symptomatic treatments. Once you start an Ayurvedic treatment, be assured that the root cause is going to be fixed. Ayurveda teaches us to be calm, patient, and focused, it believes that healing is a beautiful journey, and to be healed is the most beautiful gift that one can give to self.

The Doshas are the blend of specific elements that decide our psyche. The Bio-energies are known as Vata, Pitta, and Kapha in Sanskrit.

  • Where Vata is composed of Air and Ether and is responsible for movement and breath.
  • Pitta is the energy of Fire and Water and is principally responsible for digestion, metabolism, and heat.
  • Kapha is derived from the elemental energies of Earth and Water and maintains the basic structure of the body.

These together form the TRIDOSHAS – the principle 3 bioenergies of the body. Each one of us is a unique balance of the Tridoshas. This means we’re all composed of all the three doshas just in variable amounts and different combinations where one dosha may be dominant over the other two.

This blend of doshas, the Dominant ones that govern our psyche and form our unique blueprint is called Prakruti.

Want to find out your set of dominant doshas and your constitution? Take our Dosha Quiz now.

Ayurveda is a natural science. It recognizes that each one of us is different and unique in his/her own way. It adapts accordingly and is totally safe, considering the treatments are under an Ayurvedic Doctor’s supervision.

We keep in mind the sacredness of Ayurveda and implement a total authentic approach when it comes to consultations by observing ancient ayurvedic diagnostic tools of “Darshana”, “Sparshana”, “Prashna”.

  • Darshana involves observing. We give out various signals through our body language by the way we talk, react, our body structure, etc which actively help in diagnoses and are skillfully picked by our experienced doctors.
  • Prashna involves extensive questioning. We will closely inspect your lifestyle, diet, sleep, etc through a deeply personal investigation involving various questions leading to a better understanding of the illness.
  • Sparshana involves diagnoses through the medium of touch, this is where we understand the pulse and basic evaluations like body temperature, auscultations, palpitations, etc. But with the advancement in technology we believe, we can cover up all three through an intensive video consultation.

Ayurvedic Medicine can definitely be taken along with Allopathic medicines as supportive and maintenance treatment. But it really does depends on your condition and the medication you are currently on. An Ayurvedic doctor can deeply guide you through the same.

Yes. Definitely. Ayurveda shows promising results in treating chronic and age-old illnesses. Ayurvedic therapies aim to provide significant relief in various conditions such as arthritis, diabetes, stress, etc. Your doctor can draw out a personalized treatment plan based on factors such as age, prakruti, current condition, etc to help you with your chronic illness.

Ayurveda focuses on our mental health as much as physical. In all ways, it aims to increase, support, and sustain your Ojas- Tejas and Prana, which in turn helps us to cultivate Satwa. A stable balanced mind. Read more about Ojas-Tejas-Prana here.

One can take up Ayurvedic consultation in view to improve and level up their lifestyle and the way of living. Prevention is always better than cure. The quality of life is more important and Ayurveda helps you to achieve all your health expectations. So yes, Ayurveda definitely helps you to prevent acute and chronic diseases.

No. Ayurveda recommends food as medicine while treating an illness. It designs your meals keeping in mind your body’s current condition, your digestive power i.e your Agni, etc. And as much as Ayurveda believes in cultivating a satwik environment, it does advocate the use of meat wherever necessary. Your Ayurvedic doctor will offer deeper guidance and recommendations in the area.

Ayurveda also treats pediatric conditions. It is always better to choose Ayurveda from an early age as preventive and nourishing care. There are always several factors involved while choosing the herbs and the right amount of dose to prescribe to our little ones. An Ayurvedic doctor will offer deeper guidance and recommendations in the area.