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26 Apr 2018

Online Ayurveda consultation – to save you from many problems!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you have faith in Ayurveda, you would be aware about this concept of ‘adding more value’ which is the main reason behind Ayurevda winning the trust of millions worldwide. The main objective of Ayurveda is simple – it aims to reestablish the inner balance. Ayurvedic consultation is so different from other branches; it involves understanding of a person’s prakriti, identify and analyze his/her ideal state of balance, patterns of imbalance (vikriti). Consultation is given in terms of diet, herbs, Ayurvedic medicines, Panchakarma, massage treatments, music, yoga and meditation after this insightful understanding.

Now, you can get this facility online as well from the expert team of Ayuskama Rishikesh. Owing to an in-depth understanding of how Ayurveda impacts body, mind and soul, the expert and dedicated Vaids at Ayuskama have been able to help people in curing them from diseases, simple, complex or even lethal.

Ayuskama Rishikesh now offers online consultation via Skype video with their traditional Vaidya (Ayurveda doctor). In the age of digital communication when people sitting at the far end of globe want to avail the benefits of Ayurveda, this emerges as an easy way of receiving Ayurveda consultation. Isn’t this great news for those who don’t have an Ayurveda doctor nearby but wish to connect with them?

Skype consultation with Ayurveda experts of Ayuskama is a convenient way to do so. One Skype session of half an hour costs only USD40.

 

How to book an Ayurvedic consultation?

Interested people can email at ayuskamarishikesh@gmail.com or call at +91 9917317388 to take an appointment for Skype consultation. The Skype id is vinodk40. The patients or the people writing are advised to write their Skype Name in the email. They can also specify what time zone they are in so that a suitable time can be arranged. Considering the benefits of Ayurveda, this is a wonderful way to restore our health.

20 Apr 2018

Abhyanga – Traditional Ayurveda massage

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ayurvedic massages are of different kinds and they all have numerous benefits. And according to ancient Ayurvedic texts, the Abhyanga is a kind of “oil massage” and it is considered as a form of Ayurvedic medicine. It involves body massage with generous amount of warm oil that is more often than not pre-medicated with herbs and is effective in relieving specific health conditions. It is a part for the prepreation for Panchakarma treatment and has the following benefits:

Reduces Stress

Ayurvedic Abhyanga massage reduces stress, normalizes heart rate and blood pressure as well. It is ideal for people suffering from hypertension and anxiety.

Symptoms of Cerebral Palsy can be reduced

Some studies suggest that using herbal oil for Abhyanga helps children with cerebral palsy in holding their head. It strengthens their motor skills and this can be achieved by using dhanwanthara thaila (oil) which is utilized during the shiropichu therapy. The expert will place an oil soaked cotton pad on the child’s head and this is how it helps them in this condition.

Helpful to Diabetic Neuropathy Patients

Diabetic patients when massaged on their feet with herbal oil for about 20 minutes every day for 2 weeks, experience a significant reduction in burning sensations. With time the burning sensation reduces and in case of reoccurrence (after roughly 4 weeks or so) most of the patients report it being of lower magnitude or severity as compared to the first day of the treatment.

Softer and Healthier Heals

People who receive Abhyanga with sesame oil for a month find that there is a significant reduction in their heels getting dry and cracking. This means less pain and reduced itchiness and also much less discomfort. Abhyanga is a very unique form of massage and it has amazing benefits for your mind, body, skin and immunity. Along with copious amounts of oil, you will be treated with one or two or more therapists who will perform massages in a particular sequence that will relax your mind and heal your muscles.

So would you like to learn or experience such a wonderful Panchakarma treatment? Come to Ayuskama Rishikesh – where we offer training programs in Panchakarma and also provide Panchakarma services. For more details, click…………………..

07 Apr 2018

Learning Yoga in Rishikesh: A Gift for Life

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Talk about learning Yoga in Rishikesh, it can actually be a life altering decision for you. Yoga is very beneficial for us as it is but learning it amidst the scenic backdrop of Rishikesh rejuvenates you and calms your mind. You are able to experiencepeace and serenity like never before. When years of having been committed to an endless job and completing all your duties as a son and brother, or as a mother or daughter, what you seek is some “ME TIME.” You want and deserve a break and this is when you should think of planning a little escape to Rishikesh.

The day you step on to this holy soil you will realise just how many spiritual souls this land has accumulated over the years. Countless people from across the world have made Rishikesh their home for the simple reason that it offers them a refuge and an escape from their mess of a life that threatens their freedom and peace of mind.

We already have numerous studies to show that performing yoga poses not only reduces stress and fatigue by adjusting the hormone cortisol in our body but is also dissolves our toxins and helps us get rid of negativity. It energizes us and rejuvenates our very being by aligning our thoughts and ideas and cleansing our breath and aura as we inhale and exhale deep and repetitively.

What makes it even more interesting and fruitful is the picturesque splendour of Rishikesh retreats that surrounds you from all the corners. There is lush greenery and calming water bodies that touch the right cord with our soul. You can enrol in different yoga programs offered by Ayuskama Rishikesh that are designed for beginners and intermediates and experts. Everyone can find peace and tranquillity learning Yoga from the expert team of Ayuskama that has been blessed to spread love for yoga all around the world.

 

 

 

 

 

 

28 Mar 2018

How Ayurveda teaches you nutritious food choices

 

Good food habits are not just some lessons that our elders teach us. These have been followed right from the times of the Indian Vedic history due to the medicinal value they had. Ayurveda has certain rules regarding food and nutrition and when taken in the right quantities and at the right time, food can help cure numerous ailments.

Sharing with all a few important food principles of Ayurveda –

Eat natural foods

According to Ayurveda, our bodies are intelligent enough to process natural foods. Therefore if you choose fresh fruit or whole grains and vegetables that are organically-grown it makes a lot of sense. We are made to digest and take benefit of natural foods so it is better to choose organic and unprocessed foods if you want to stay healthy and disease free.

Choose lots of fruits and vegetables

Ayurveda tells you to prefer bioavailable foods. Yes, this means that we should cook our veggies properly. Although raw fruits are easy to eat and digest, raw vegetables on the other hand may become difficult to process. Despite the fact that they may contain more nutritional value in the form of vitamins and nutrients, they can be a lot harder to metabolize for our bodies.

Understand your agni

Apart from this fact, if you eat raw veggies for lunch, this gives your body plenty of time and energy to digest it because when the sun is up and high, our agni (digestive machinery or fire) can work at its maximum potential. As the sun goes down, it mellows down and so should your food choices. So make sure to take lighter meals as the day is about to end to avoid any kind of doshas.

Choose the right spice

Ayurveda says that each one of your meals should contain all the 6 flavors: bitter, salty or savoury, sour, sweet, astringent, and pungent. We all have a predominant dosha makeup and following are a few examples of what kind of flavours we would prefer based upon that:

Vata- heavy meals with sour and salty taste

Kapha- pungent meals

Pitta- sweet flavours

If you are keen to learn more about food and nutrition as per Ayurveda; join exclusive courses and training programmes offered at Ayuskama Rishikesh. For more details, click http://www.ayuskamarishikesh.com/ayurveda-courses/ayurveda-nutrition-cooking/

10 Mar 2018

Does Kundalini Yoga interest you?

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Many of you are already aware of Kundalini (Chakra or Spiral) Yoga which is known as the power house inside a human body. Explaining Kundalini Yoga in simple words – It is a yogic practice of awakening the seven chakras or Kundalinis inside your body which will help you in achieving your maximum creative potential and living a purposeful life.

Awakening Kundalini therefore is a mammoth task and requires consistent practice, dedicated determination and expert guidance. You must have heard the phrase that a little knowledge is a dangerous thing; that’s why it is always beneficial to learn Kundalini Yoga from expert Sadhakas because this form of yoga goes beyond the physical postures and is considered the yoga of awareness. Once you learn Kundalini Yoga, your life will change for good and in all positive ways –

  1. A person can develop strong intuition and connect with universal energies through Kundalini Yoga. People who are bad at decision making should consider doing a Kundalini Yoga training course.
  2. You can overcome your habit of negative thinking with Kundalini Yoga. This form of yoga is very beneficial for emotional and mental balance as well.
  3. Kundalini Yoga relaxes the mind and strengthens your nervous system. It has worked wonders in the life of creative people.
  4. Do away with stress and anxieties of life with Kundalini Yoga as you practice Pranayam, Nadi Sodhan, Chanting and Meditation also while doing Kundalini Yoga.

Although there are several yoga schools and institutions teaching Kundalini Yoga, the one course that embraces all aspects is offered by AyushKama Rishikesh. At Ayuskama, you get the benefit of getting guidance from the best Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training in India and experienced Kundalini Sadhaks.

You can choose to enroll for a 200 Hour Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh to understand the potential of Kundalini and channelize its potential. This course curriculum includes knowledge about Kundalini, Chakras and Nadis, Pranayam, Bandhas, relevant case studies and regular yoga practice. To know more details about this course, dates and fee structure, click………………..

06 Mar 2018

Learning Panchakarma – A Natural way for detoxification

 

 

Having knowledge of Panchakarma is beneficial even for a common man. It is not just an Ayurvedic detox regimen; it is a way of life. Learning about Panchakrma is one of the most amazing gifts you could give yourself not just for the physical benefits it offers but for the mental balance it brings about.

Panchakarma means “five actions” in Sanskrit and it realigns our imbalances and cures our doshas (faults or bio-elements). In this time and age we have become almost mechanical, working crazy shifts and not taking care of our body and mind. Above all this, we do not follow a balanced diet and often avoid exercising on a regular basis. This makes us prone to diseases and infections. As a result toxins get accumulated in us that misalign and misbalance our body and mind further.

Let’s tell you about different types of Panchakarma treatments and massages and how it helps a person live disease-free life –

The Panchakarma Process:  Panchakarma treatments are divided into three phases of detoxifications:

  1. Purvakarma is a preparation for cleansing
  2. Pradhankarma or Main course of Panchakarma consists of five cleansing procedures
  3. Pashchatkarma, or after care, are therapies applied after cleansing

Five main Panchakram technique

  1. Vamana (use of emetics): Artificial vomiting is induced using herbs. It is usually indicated for people with ‘Kapha’ (phlegm) disorders.

 

  1. Virechan (use of laxatives): Different purgatives are used depending upon a person’s constitution and disease. It is normally used to eliminate excessive Pitta (fire) from its site in the small intestines.

 

 

  1. Basti: A colon irrigation procedure to first cleanse the colon (Niruh Basti), and then restore (Asthapan) the function of colon with medicated enemas.

 

  1. Nasya (Nasal administration): Medicinal oils or herbal mixtures are inhaled or used as drops (mixed with oils or ghee) to clear the congestion in the sinuses. It is also good for balancing the prana (air) in vata.

 

 

  1. Rakta Mokshana (bloodletting): We recommend blood donations. Researchers at the Kansas University Medical Center in Kansas City have found that non-smoking men who donated blood had a 30% reduced risk for cardiovascular events such as heart attack, bypass, and stroke than non-donors.

 

This impeccable cleanse is what makes The Panchakarma the best way to reset your body and make it physically, mentally and spiritually aligned again. And you or anyone hailing from non-Ayurvedic background can learn and practice these Panchakarma treatments with the help of specially designed training modules of Ayuskama Rishikesh. To know more details about scuh courses and training programmes, browse http://www.ayuskamarishikesh.com/ayurveda-treatments/about-panchakarma/

 

 

 

 

 

21 Feb 2018

Immense benefits of Ayurveda Therapies

People all across the world now prefer to heal their body and mind through Ayurveda therapies. The very reason being Ayurvedic therapies are holistic in nature and work not just at physical level but also cure a person mentally, intellectually to ensure social well-being.

Ayurveda therapies are based on the theory of five elements which says that every single thing, living or non-living in this universe is made up of five basic elements and therefore all these have the potential to heal human body and act as a medicine. Secondly, what makes Ayurveda therapies so effective is the fact that all these therapies are customized as per human body and doshas prevailing in our body. Basically, there are three main doshas of Vata, Pitta, Kapha which determine our body actions and reactions. Any imbalance caused in these three doshas creates a state of dis-ease; Ayurveda therapists heal a person by understanding the doshas and recommending treatments accordingly.

This must have song exciting to many of the readers as even the digital world is talking a lot about Abhyangam, Shirodhara, Kashayadhara, Greeva Basti, Janu Basti, Kati Basti etc. These Ayurveda therapies are immensely beneficial in curing diseases like obesity, stress, gastric problems, immunity Problems, hairfall, paralysis and skin problems. No wonder, Ayurveda enthusiasts are keen to learn Ayurveda therapies from experts of Ayurveda and Panchakarma Science.

Ayuskama Ayurveda Rishikesh offer special courses for Ayurveda healing therapies. Training is conducted by our well qualified Ayurveda professionals, doctors & trainers. The course includes both theory & practical sessions.  Ayurveda therapist course include expert lectures, individual demonstrations and exposure of different Ayurveda therapies on trainees themselves.

The trainees are given an Ayurveda Therapist Certificate depending upon the attendance and successful completion of the course.

This is a four weeks course, 6 days a week, in which theory and practical knowledge is given to stduents about fundamentals of Ayurveda philosophy, basic principles of Ayurveda, Prakriti (body type) analysis: principles and practice and also about herbs for primary health care Students also get to see the practical sessions of Ayurveda Panchakarma treatments given at our Institute to patients and people. Student can also join in our Yoga, meditation, mantra chanting, pranayama classes in their free time.

To know details about the course fee and dates; browse http://www.ayuskamarishikesh.com/ayurveda-courses/ayurveda-therapist-course/

14 Feb 2018

Dos and Don’ts for Yoga Sadhana

Yoga is one of the most beneficial practices and not just for your body but also for the heart and mind. Yoga practitioners are emotionally and intellectual more stable, calm and cheerful. Yoga is one of those regimes that keep you healthy as well as happy. No wonder, the whole world is falling in love with Yoga.
As more and more people start joining yoga classes or yoga training courses and retreats, we enlighten yoga enthusiasts about some Dos and Don’ts related to Yoga. Take a look –
Dos
1. It’s more beneficial if you practice yoga early morning. Evening time is also fine but doing yoga post meal times is not recommended. The basic rule is to practice yoga empty stomach.
2. Try to do Yoga outdoors as inhaling fresh air during asanas and pranayam would do wonders to your body and mind. For people living in cities, doing yoga outdoors could be a challenge so they can do it in a spacious well-ventilated room.
3. It is better to do yoga on a mat or carpet or blanket. Doing asanas like headstand on cemented floor could be dangerous; so avoid them.
4. Begin yoga practice with pranayam and stretching; end the yoga session with meditation.
Don’ts
1. Do not practice yoga in a hurry. Yoga is not about holding on; it is about letting go of all fears and anxiety so never ever do asanas in hurry because Yoga is different from gym exercises.
2. Do not force your body to stretch or do any posture against your body’s will. Follow the rhythm of your body and reach the level of perfection slowly.
3. Do not practice tough asanas or postures without expert guidance. If you do it wrongly, you might end up hurting your muscles or getting a sprain.
4. Do not take shower immediately after yoga practice. Make sure you give your body time to warm up and cool down.
Yoga is both an art as well as science. It is always better to take expert consultation while practicing yoga. You can email us your doubts and questions about yoga practice at…..
Expert Yoga trainers of Ayuskama Rishikesh are always ready to help you in learning and mastering Yoga.

07 Feb 2018

Being Healthy is the new Trendy

Junk food in dinner; late night parties; waking up with hangover and headache; gaining weight and losing health – these are some of the clichéd problems of today’s high income group youth and middle aged ones.
But wise are not those who spend on partying every day and then pay for hospital bills as well. Wise are those who invest their time and resources in their health; with Yoga and Ayurveda. Simply because being healthy is the new cool.
First of all, staying healthy is a habit you need to cultivate. It is a commitment to yourself which includes not just doing some form of exercise or visiting the gym but also eating healthy food and being positive within. In simple words, all you need is a little time everyday to practice Yoga and Ayurveda.
Ayurveda is a science of life which tells what is good and what is not for a healthy life. It is one of the richest sciences that aim to cure the diseases and problems from within. It also tells us how to use foods, herbs, medicines, surgical procedures and other natural resources for staying healthy.
Yoga is a body and mind practice whereby one can achieve fitness as well as happiness by combining physical postures, breathing techniques, and meditation or relaxation. For emotional health, a person can practice Chakra Balancing which is based on using asanas to free energy. So if you are experiencing physical, mental, or emotional imbalances in life gauged through symptoms like anxiety, lethargy, or poor digestion; Chakra balancing can help you immensely.
So one can gain huge benefits with Yoga, Ayurveda and Panchakarma because all these traditional techniques help you to balance & transform yourself naturally.
And you would be amazed to notice that one in every four persons is turning health conscious by choosing healthy food, practicing naturopathy or meditation, limiting social media or doing yoga. So if you are also one such person, Ayuskama Rishikesh is the place which offers you best courses and teachers training programs on Yoga, Ayurveda and Panchakarma.
Situated on the banks of the mighty Ganga River surrounded by towering forested ridgelines, Ayuskama Rishikesh is your gateway to good health.

31 Jan 2018

Got lesser time? How about enrolling for 100 Hour Yoga Teacher Training!

Yoga is everyone’s passion; considering the stress and sedative lifestyle, Yoga is more a necessity than a luxury. The result is – everyone is enthusiastic about learning Yoga. But what stops people is time shortage! What if we tell you about a 100 Hours Yoga Teachers Training course is the very place famous for Yoga!

Yes – you can gain knowledge about various aspects of Yoga through this 100 Hours Yoga Teachers Training course in Rishikesh which is spread over a period of 2 weeks and gives you a chance to learn Asana, Pranayam, Meditation, Kriya, Jaap (Chanting) and Adhyan (Study). The course also focuses on Yoga Philosophy, Yoga Lifestyle, Ethics of Yoga Teacher, Demonstration skills and Teaching methodology among other things. And the best part is – this is a certificate course recognized by Yoga Alliance USA and Yoga Alliance International.

The course is offered by the trusted and expert team of Ayuskama Rishikesh which is known for introducing yoga enthusiasts, both learners as well as trainees, to a complete fresh feel of yoga. Ayuskama Rishikesh is known for its highly knowledgeable yoga masters who are spreading awareness about the basics of Yoga including human anatomy, yoga philosophy, yoga traditions, different types of yoga and their differentiations.

100-hours of Yoga Teachers Training is a big benefit for an ordinary man as well since they can gain knowledge about how yoga is beneficial in controlling the mind and body and ultimately resulting in leading a harmonious life.

What makes this course truly wonderful is it’s universal appeal. Both beginners and expert practitioners can gain immensely with this 100 hours course. For expert professionals, this course is a step forward in career as they will get to learn how to impart teaching and training in yoga, making people follow the instructions and enjoying different postures.

The course has won appreciations and recommendations of yoga experts as it has helped numerous people in contribute to people’s health and wellness by becoming a Yoga Teacher with competent skills and knowledge base.

For those interested in going deeper about yoga concepts, Ayuskama Rishikesh also offers 200 hours Yoga Teachers Training course as well. Interested ones may drop an email about both the courses at ….