Vedarjana School of Ayurveda introduces Ayurveda and yoga wellness retreats in the holy town Rishikesh, India
Ayurveda and Yoga, both sciences evolved from the same philosophy & culture
Ayurveda is the science of life or longevity, yoga is the science of linking the individual self with the universal self
According to Ayurveda, human being is composed of body, mind, soul & senses, Ayurveda consider life a psycho-spiritual as well as somatic (physical), it aims at ending all the suffering and maintaining health so that every individual can achieve all the four goals of life – dharma, artha, kamaand moksha
Aim of yoga is mainly to achieve the psycho-spiritual goal of life or liberation but it has not neglect the importance of maintain the health in the process of pursuing it
1 Wellness Retreat(5 Days):-
Yoga deals with the explanation on the ways to get rid of the human sufferings through the control of the chitta (mind)
Ayurveda, science of life accepts the two factors of the shareera (physical body) and manas (mind), as factors responsible for the health and disease.
Ayurveda considers the pain as a disease while the health is termed as the desirable pleasure.
In this retreat we will covers the concepts of Ayurveda and Yoga for the wellness
Ayurvedic texts such as the charka Samhita, mentioned about yoga. Yoga is important for melting physical stress and calming the mind before meditation, and is important dinacharya, (Daily routine).
It is the ideal ayurvedic exercise because it rejuvenates the body and mind, and removes hassle.
Yoga balances all the three doshas and different poses have different effects.
Yoga postures tones every area of the body, and purify the internal organs, which is one of the goals of Ayurveda
In this retreat, equivalently, students can benefits from the ayurvedic daily routine as part of their yoga practice.
Ayurveda therapies, helps to take away toxins from the body and relaxes the muscles for yoga practice
The knowledge of Ayurveda provides incredible support to yoga practice. Without having the basic knowledge of Ayurveda, unknowinglyYoga becomes just pure physical exercise.
It is important for a Yoga practitioner to have the knowledge about Ayurveda principles as well as yoga asanas, because the two are so mutually supporting