The tradition of dinacharya (daily routine) is one of the single most powerful Ayurvedic tools for improving overall health and wellbeing. Even if you are brand new to Ayurveda, it won’t be long before you hear something about the importance of doing a number of things—like eating, sleeping, and working—at roughly the same times each day.
As complimentary Vedic sciences, Ayurveda and Yoga originated from the same source and share a common history, language and cultural foundation. Integrating Ayurveda into your practice can bring about a greater sense of balance, harmony, self-awareness and health.
Ayurveda asserts that we all possess a unique constitution, our special “blueprint,” and that health is more readily attained when we follow guidelines best suited for that constitution. And yet, we may share similar challenges depending on our blueprint and the landscape we inhabit. In Ayurvedic terms, the combination of the doshas and their interplay with each other often determine our current state of health. Our Health Guides are valuable educational resources, written to illuminate many of today’s health concerns from a clear and practical Ayurvedic approach.
Our cleansing department offers a smorgasbord of different cleanses so that individuals can choose the approach that best aligns with their personal needs, lifestyle, and available time. Whatever cleanse is right for you, working with an Ayurvedic practitioner during a cleanse can provide an invaluable level of personalized support and can, in turn, amplify the benefits you’ll glean from the process.