We all need a break from the chaos of day to day lives. Isn’t it? Something which can rejuvenate us for daily hustle bustle. A relaxing ayurvedic massage can be the right choice which is not just therapeutic but also presents natural way of rejuvenating.
Ayurvedic therapies are gaining more and more popularity because of their effective as well as natural way of the treatments. Imagine yourself having a relaxing massage or herbal treatment in a soothing environment. Ayurveda has much more than just this. So what actually is Ayurveda? Lets have a look at it.
Ayurveda is one of the oldest system of medicine. Its roots can be traced back from Vedic period of India. Ayurvedic physicians or Vaidyas have constantly been mentioned in various historical context. And the intricacies and the effectivity of their ways is not unknown to many.
Ayurveda can be categorised in eight specific branches of medicine. Atreya, the school of physicians, and Dhanvantari which is the school of surgeons are two main schools of Ayurveda which depicts the scientific soundness of the method and detail in which each aspect has been dealt with. This in turn helps in having a detailed approach to various health issues.
Giving a complete and authentic view of the system of Ayurveda are the Vedas. The Rig Veda presents you with verses offering detailed picture of diseases, their nature, principle of treatment and herbal methods to treat them and eventually healing of mind, body and soul.
Atharva Veda present you with eight divisions of Ayurveda namely, Internal Medicine, Surgery of Head and Neck,Opthalmology and Otorinolaryngology, Toxicology, Psychiatry, Paediatrics, Gerontology (Science of Rejuvenation) and Science of Fertility.
While Charaka Samhita provide you with detailed view on moral and holistic method of treatment. Another important text of Ayurveda, Sushrutha Samhita deals with the method of surgery in detail. And the text, Samhitas of Vagbhata presents a overview of all the aspect of life, issues related and their treatment.
The system of Ayurveda is something that rejuvenates us without having us to worry about any side effects. In today lifestyle, where we are all are in a way forced to live amidst concrete jungles and pollution of cities, a natural retreat becomes a necessity. Ayurvedic massages, therapies and treatment are offering a relaxing experience.
When it comes to Ayurveda, the state of Kerala is exceptionally popular for its several ayurvedic centres offering high quality and efficient services. However, there are many institutions and centres all over the country presenting a treat for mind, body and soul.
SOUKYA Holistic Health & Ayurveda Treatment Centre in Bangalore is one such example. Others being Athreya Ayurvedic Resort, Kerala Ayurvedic Health Care, Kairali Ayurvedic Treatment & Health Spa, Patanjali Chikitsalya and many more.