Ayurveda Vata Pitta Kapha - Tridoshas Balancing Retreat in Rishikesh, India
Ayurveda Tridoshas Balancing Retreat
Duration: 7 / 14 Days
Ayurveda actually signifies 'art of life' and depends on most established therapeutic framework began for a solid way of life. Ayurveda speaks to a straightforward mending approach comprehensive in nature. It proposes to achieve a profound established reason for the disorder to fix it by knowing oneself.
Tridoshas explains the three doshas a human body is composed of. As we are exposing ourselves towards a modern lifestyle our body is getting imbalanced due to stress, dietary patterns, sedentary lifestyle or any other such reasons. An imbalanced lifestyle can lead to a disturbance in the proportion of doshas in a human body which can often lead to certain mental and physical ailments.
The Concepts of ‘Vata’, ‘Pita’ and ‘Kapha’ are the basics of Ayurveda and correct and in-depth knowledge of these concepts leads one to understand the workings of Ayurveda. These concepts are also called ‘Doshas’ and an imbalance in these doshas causes an ailment in a person which can then be healed through the right application of dosha correcting techniques.
The word ‘doshas’ are often synonymously used with the ‘Prakriti’. These doshas are based on the Hindu concept of five elements – wind, space, fire, earth, and water. Haritha yogshala has come up with a path to rebalance your doshas to rejuvenate your body, soul and mind through “Ayurveda Vata Pitta Kapha - Tridoshas Balancing Wellness Retreat in Rishikesh India 7/14 days.” Haritha since years has been working in Ayurveda to treat the body naturally and reward a healthy life to humankind.
Haritha yogsahala ensures a recollection of the mix of three doshic energies. On the most crucial level, Pitta is our digestion, Kapha is our structure, and vata is the versatility that brings activity and life into creation. Without every one of the three energies, we basically couldn't exist.
To balance a every person constitution, Haritha provides you with a Clinical Ayurvedic Specialist who directs a consultation, investigating each part of the individual. A proper physical and mental assessment distinguishes the equalization of energies in an individual’s body and in additional regions of unevenness. Once the area and the levels of imbalances are recognized, the Clinical Ayurvedic Specialist would then be able to personalize a treatment program using the proper eating regimen and herbs, therapies, hues, yoga, and meditation went for re-establishing or looking after balance.