How does Ayurveda empower?
Insight into your unique constitution. This self-knowledge helps you to understand your physical and mental tendencies (the benefits and the pitfalls)
A logic system of health
Ayurveda is based on the 5 elements (earth, water, fire, air and space). We relate to them easily and all have a perception of their qualities. Therefore it is not difficult to understand the basics of Ayurveda and to see how the elements express themselves in your body & mind.
Independent, do-it-yourself system
Once you gained that self-knowledge and know how to balance yourself you can use your own diet, daily routine, exercise and home-made remedies to balance yourself. No need for a doctor, no need to spend a lot of money. I help you on the way, but once you know how to do it yourself, then I am happy to see you leave!
Ayurveda is not a dogma! It is free and fosters creativity
Ayurveda is not a diet, it’s main aim is not about loosing weight (you will naturally loose weight if needed when your system becomes more balanced) and it does not need you to be a vegetarian or vegan. Once you gained the self-knowledge you need to balance yourself, you can become creative and start to experiment what works best for you.
We all agree: prevention is better than cure. Ayurveda agrees and the main work to stay healthy is by fostering a balanced lifestyle. Keeping your energies high at all time is the goal!
Ayurveda makes use of what nature provides us. They say “Let food be your medicine and medicine be your food”. This means it has no side effect, is not harmful to the environment and you can find all your medicine in the supermarket!
Though its origine is found in India, Ayurveda is a universal science and can be adopted by everyone and everywhere.
Basis for (spiritual) growth
A healthy and balanced body & mind form the basis for your personal growth.