Ayurveda is a Vedic art of natural healing. Its essence is of full recovery, not a temporary relief. This is the philosophy of the art of living, the essence of which is the conscious desire of man to achieve full balance of the body, mind and spirit. It is a system of healing dealing with the nature, purpose and meaning of human life.
In Sanskrit, Ayurveda is a combination of words: Ayur - life and veda - knowledge, wisdom. As the "life" is synonymous with "health", Ayurveda is the knowledge about health. You can explain the term as "knowledge about healthy life." It is the world's oldest medical system for preserving good health and long life.
Ayurveda is indicated for symptoms such as insomnia, depression, nervousness, stress, excessive dryness of the skin and disorders of the nervous and excretory system.
The main goal of this therapy is to balance the dosh and improve the physical and mental being. These therapies also improve the functioning of the digestive and excretory system. The massage restores health and vitality, softens and moisturizes the skin, prevent s drying and formation of wrinkles and skin diseases. It also reduces swelling, regulates the digestive system and prevents diseases caused by an imbalance of vata and especially age-related pain and swelling of joints and muscle flaccidity. Ayurvedic massages improve circulation, firm muscles, improve the peristaltic flow of the digestive tract, soften the joints, remove toxins, increase vital energy throughout the day, improve concentration and increase control over stress and emotions and help in the recovery of harmony with nature and oneself.