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Indulge in the Goodness of Ayurveda for Wonders in your Health 

Health gives us freedom – only a few of us realise this, until we no longer have it. 

Our body is our temple which we need to worship every day. Even the slightest imbalances can create an incursion of negative energies that can adversely affect our physical and mental well-being. Keeping your health in mind, we have discovered the magical benefits of Ayurveda, the healing powers of nature that have therapeutic properties to replenish our exhausted and stressed minds. Stress and anxiety are the two growing problems slowly conquering most of the population. The most natural and effective remedy to combat this ever-increasing problem and prevent it from worsening would be to follow in the footsteps of Ayurveda. If you want to be pampered with the virtues of Ayurveda, then you can join our 7-weeks course on Health and Wellness with Ayurveda and refresh your five senses. 

The secrets to a healthy body and mind 

Good health is the way to liberation. The Ayurvedic definition of wellness extends far beyond the absence of disease. Ayurveda defines health as a state in which the mind, body, spirit, emotions, and senses are perfectly balanced, just as nature intended for us as individuals. The Sanskrit word for health is “Swastha,” which has a deep meaning. It is composed of two root words: “Swa” (the self) and “Stha” (the center). So, someone who is swastha can be roughly translated as “centered in one’s self” or “getting rooted in one’s self”; they are physically healthy and finds peace, comfort, and satisfaction in their thoughts. Ayurveda promotes health by allowing our body, mind, breath, and holistic being to work in perfect harmony, allowing us to enjoy “Swastha” in its purest form. An Ayurvedic consultation will enable you to discover more about the nature of your mind/body and how to promote good health and prevent disease.  

Consultation includes pulse diagnosis to determine specific imbalances, diet, digestion, herbs, exercise, daily and seasonal routines, and general health guidelines based on your mind/body type. We greatly believe in the notion that prevention is better than cure and the most effective way to maintain good health. 

At Ayurveda Awareness Centre (AAC), we work towards preventative health in a variety of ways where, 

  • You will learn how to apply simple daily practices to improve your good health and start making small changes with a significant impact.  
  •  You will leave with the ability to make better-informed decisions on health and wellness.  

  • You will better understand wellness, what can bring it, and what takes it away.  

Follow the footsteps of Ayurveda! 

Panchakarma treatment: A body detox procedure. 

As the name suggests, Pancha in Sanskrit means five, and Karma is the therapeutic measure. Accordingly, Panchakarma means five types of therapeutic measures. These are done to cleanse the body, and Ayurveda considers them necessary before beginning any other therapy. The reason for this is that cloth must be purified or cleaned of impurities and dust before it can be dyed.; likewise, the body needs to be purified before it can be permeated with new colours of youthfulness, health and vigour.

 Most of the time, Panchakarma is an end rather than a preamble to other therapeutic measures.  

At Ayurveda Awareness Centre, we believe that our minds, like our bodies, require nourishment and exercise. It is because we live in a world that expects us to be, or at least appear to be, top-performing multitaskers all the time. So, begin enhancing your brain power with Ayurveda by taking our course

Health and Wellness with Ayurveda,” and you’ll notice that you’re doing one thing at a time.  

This 7-weeks live course delves into various aspects of life, such as diet and nutrition, lifestyle and routines, thoughts and feelings, internal values and mindset, and relationships, all of which contribute to our overall health.  

To connect, learn, and discuss more Click here

If you want to connect with AAC, you can start small, take one step at a time. Let’s connect soon over a cup of tea!  


About The Author

Neerja Ahuja

Neerja Ahuja

Neerja is a Trained Consultant, Yoga Therapist and Course Facilitator since 2001, teaching Ayurveda and running her clinical practice. Principal Consultant, Director and Course Facilitator at Ayurveda Awareness Centre (AAC) www.ayurveda-awareness.com.au , Adv. Dip. in Ayu., Dip in Human Values , M.A. (Mathematical Statistics), Grad. Dip. (Computing)

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