Ayurveda is the oldest surviving complete medical system in the world. In Sanskrit, Ayurveda means “The Science of Life.” Ayurveda originated in India more than 5000 years ago. It is considered the mother of all healing systems. Ayurveda defines health as a perfect state of balance among the body’s three fundamental energies, or doshas, and the body, mind, and spirit.
The doshas are energies that govern all physical and mental processes. They derive from the Five Elements and their related properties. Vata is composed of Space and Air, Pitta of Fire and Water, and Kapha of Earth and Water. We each have a constitution comprised of a unique combination of all three doshas that determines our physical, mental, and emotional characteristics and predispositions. An imbalance in any of the doshas can cause dis-ease.
There are numerous forces that can throw each person’s individual mix of doshas out of balance. Changes in age, the alternating hot and cold of the seasons, unhealthy diet, insufficient exercise, shifting thoughts, feelings, and repressed emotions are among the numerous factors that can disturb our doshic balance. The most potent unbalancing force in modern culture is excess stress from work, relationships, economics, or just the fast pace of life in the 21st century.
In advance of your first Ayurvedic consultation you will take a questionnaire that will help determine your unique dosha. The consultation will focus on your unique needs based on your innate constitution (Prakruti), and imbalances (Vikruti). You will learn about Ayurveda principles and practices for general overall health and well being through diet, lifestyle and seasonal routines.
The Ayurvedic lifestyle practices that can be recommended to bring you back in balance may include:
- Diet and lifestyle
- Daily and seasonal routines
- Ayurvedic therapies
- Yoga poses
- Pranayama (breathing practices)
The initial consultation is approximately 90 minutes. Follow-ups are approximately 45 minutes.
To book your appointment please call: 781 609-2497 and leave a message.
Anjana Bhargava, an Ayurvedic Wellness Counselor is a Weston resident and has Bachelor degree in Mathematics and Master of Science (Electronics) from India. Anjana has been certified for Pulse Diagnosis and Marma Therapy (similar to Acupressure points) under well known Ayurvedic Doctor, Vasant Lad from Ayurvedic Institute, Albuquerque NM. She is a graduate of Kerala Ayurveda Academy, California having completed 625 hours of study and pursuing Ayurvedic practitioner program. Anjana has been using spices and herbs in her kitchen daily for more than 20 years and has experienced their therapeutics effects in her life.
Anjana offers Ayurvedic educational consultations and workshops. She also offers Ayurvedic Cooking classes for Self-healing and discuss practical application of Ayurvedic spices and herbs. Anjana has found Ayurveda an invaluable tool for personal evolution and guides each individual on how to determine long term goal of health and well being by changing one’s diet and lifestyle. Anjana believes that Ayurveda and Yoga can bring positive change in our lives.
Ayurvedic Consultants at Triyoga Boston, Waltham Do Not claim to be a licensed physician or a doctor under the state of Massachusetts nor have the intent to “diagnose”, “prescribe” or “treat” any disease. We are educators of traditional system of Ayurveda and limit our advice to diet and lifestyle which might be supportive of one’s general well being. Our services Do Not address prescribed medication, surgical procedures or treatment strategies as prescribed by a medical professional.
Ayurveda is a complementary system, NOT currently licensed by the state of Massachusetts.