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Dhanvantari - Ayurvedischer Arzt der Göt

God of Ayurveda 

What exactly is Ayurveda? 


What is Ayurveda? Ayurveda (Sanskrit: आयुर्वेद) is a traditional Indian healing art for a healthy and happy life and prevention of diseases and has many practitioners in India, Nepal and Sri Lanka to this day. Maintaining and restoring health in the Ayurvedic sense means adapting your lifestyle and diet to your body and your individual needs.



A part of Ayurveda is also not to accumulate slags and to detoxify one's body. Ayurveda offers a multitude of tools to prevent our harmful accumulations in the body and to release existing ones, to boost metabolism and to renew our cells.



Our physical constitution is divided into 3 different groups of accumulations, the so-called Doshas, ​​which we unite in us: Vata, Pitta and Kapha. When one of these constitutions becomes unbalanced and accumulates, disease can develop over time.


We can determine your dosha type and with a few tips that are easy to incorporate into your everyday life, I will help you to develop your healthy Ayurvedic lifestyle.


You don't have to completely change your diet, we choose a gentle way of finding out what's good for you, balancing the excessive build-up of a dosha and making it easier for your body to detox. Influencing digestion so that you accumulate less waste, your cells are protected and renewed, which has been shown to lead to less disease.


When it comes to slag, it speaks of Ama, the inner dirt that is formed by the body for the substances, toxins and acids that it cannot process in order to be able to excrete them.

Residues from metabolism are converted into salts, e.g. excess uric acid is deposited as salt in the joints, which causes gout or osteoarthritis. Ama is also considered to be the cause of rheumatic diseases, allergies and food intolerances.


A key player in accumulation is constant stress, but too little exercise, eating too much, or eating the wrong food that we can't digest properly also plays its part. So in order to reduce this Ama, we should stimulate our Agni, our inner digestive fire.


The interplay of Ayurveda and Yoga, appropriate breathing techniques, detoxifying exercises and stress-reducing practices and the diet optimized for you, self-massage with Indian oils create the best conditions for a healthy lifestyle.


Who doesn't want to go through life healthy, happy and light-hearted and develop a whole new body awareness? Would you like to gain an insight into Ayurveda?


I am happy to share my experiences and knowledge about Ayurveda in connection with yoga from my India stays in Ayurvedic centers and ashrams and my knowledge from my certified Ayurveda training. Maybe I'll make you want to do something good for yourself with Ayurvedic tips and recipes! 


Healthy Lifestyle with Ayurveda and Yoga 

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