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Ayurveda

Welcome to Bliss Ayurveda practice for Ayurveda, Massage, Lifestyle and Nutrition.

In these busy times it is easy to lose ourselves, to disconnect with our true being and become imbalanced. To feel as though our mind, body and spirit are no longer working together in harmony. Ayurveda is a wonderful, tried-and-true way to bring back this balance  back into your life, to renew a feeling of vitality and energy for life. Ayurveda meaning the Science of Life is a holistic healthcare system that evolved in India thousands of years ago.  It can be understood as traditional Indian medicine. Although its roots are ancient it still has huge relevance in today’s society. It offers highly relevant solutions to health, well-being as well as a highly sophisticated herbal pharmacopoeia. Ayurveda embraces modern medical science and hugely compliments modern healthcare applications. It offers a common-sense approach to individual healthcare allowing you to make more comprehensive, informed and supportive decisions for your health.

Ayurveda for You

According to Ayurveda each of us has a unique mix of three mind and body principles, which creates our specific mental and physical characteristics (prakruti/constitution). These are:

  • Air and Ether (vata dosha)
  • Fire and Water (pitta dosha)
  • Water and Earth (kapha dosha)

These three doshas allow all the organs of the body to work together in harmony. They also create your relationship with the environment and universe (cosmos). We usually have strong features of one dosha but the others also influence us. Our health is directly dependent on the correct balance of all three. Ayurvedic therapies & nutrition treats the whole person, body mind and spirit, while balancing the doshas or the individual’s energy patterns. By attaining your unique constitution Bliss Ayurveda can create a unique program to suit your specific needs and unique doshic combintion.

Ayurveda offers practical advice on almost all aspects of life including daily healthcare, personal hygiene, breathing exercises, rejuvenation, meditation, prayer, colour & aromatics. It also adopts an array of natural methods including, massage, herbal medication and nutrition to prevent imbalance in our bodies and maintain well-being.

Massage
Massage is particularly important in Ayurveda, the rhythmic motion of massage releases joints and relaxes muscles for greater freedom of movement. It increases blood circulation and encourages the elimination of metabolic wastes. There is significant relief from anxiety, fatigue, circulatory disorders, backaches, injuries and many other disorders. We at Bliss Ayurveda employ these disciplines to support your health complaints as well as maintain good health.

Nutrition Agni, ojas and ama
Notable importance is placed on Ayurvedic nutrition and lifestyle. Paying attention to our unique constitution and daily routine we can maintain good health.

Agni or the “digestive fire,” is one of the most important principles of Ayurveda. It refers broadly to our ability to process all aspects of life, including food, experiences, memories, and sensory impressions. Agni is responsible for absorbing the nutrients and essential elements the body needs while burning off waste products.

If our agni is strong, we’re able to digest food effectively and easily assimilate our daily experiences. On the other hand, if agni is weak, our body is unable to digest well, creating toxic residue or ama that lodges deep in our cells.

According to Ayurveda, strong agni leads to excellent health and well-being, while the accumulation of ama results in the slow deterioration of the body and ultimately, disease.

Signs of ama: Bad breath, coated tongue, dull appetite, delicate digestion, sluggish or irritable elimination, generalized pain, fatigue, depression, susceptibility to infections.

If good agni is maintained this in turn enhances our ojas or immunity.

To ensure balance and good health, it’s crucial to eliminate the ama stored in our body and focus on producing good quality ojas, essential for immunity and energy.

Ojas is the pure and subtle substance that’s extracted from food that has been completely digested. Ojas circulates throughout the bodily tissues and heart, sustaining the physical self, bringing clarity to the mind and balancing the emotions.

To promote the flow of ojas, we need a good diet focused on good quality foods. The body can easily digest pure foods and extract essential energy. Such foods include organic milk, almonds, rice, and fruits. It’s not necessary to eat these foods exclusively, just to include them in your diet on a regular basis.

Some foods are difficult if not impossible for the body to convert into ojas, including meat, poultry, fish, oily foods, cheese, leftovers, processed food, and items with an excessively of sour or salty tastes. Canned, frozen, or reheated food will not produce as much ojas opposed to freshly prepared meals. Consumption of alcohol and smoking cigarettes destroys ojas.

Chest
Tightness of the Chest, Feeling of Pressure on/in the Chest, Chest Pain, Palpitations

Joints
Stiffness, Pain , Mobility Limitations, Arthritis, Rheumatic Diseases, Bursitis, Muscle or Tendon pain, Reduced Strength, Tremors, Spasms, Neck & Back Pain, Tennis Elbow, Fibromyalgia, Sprains, Sports Injuries, Recovery after Surgery

Gynecology
Menstrual Symptoms, Premenstrual Symptoms (PMS), Menopausal Symptoms, Tense & Sore Breasts, Some forms of Infertility, White Discharge (Leucorrhea), Supervision of IUI / IVF / ICSI process

Head
Headaches, Migraines, Hair loss, Thinning Hair, Greying Hair, Facial Pain, Dizziness, Heavy Headedness,

Skin
Perspiration Problems, Itching, Dry Skin, Eczema, Acne, Cold Sores, Shingles, Psoriasis, Boils, Ulcers

Weight & Circulatory
Obesity, Anorexia, Poor Weight Gain, Diabetes, Anemia, Thyroid Disease, Chilliness, Circulation Problems, High Blood Pressure, Low Blood Pressure

Ear, Nose & Throat
Rhinitis, Sinusitis, Hay Fever, Earache, Ear infection, Tinnitus, Cough, Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Gum Problems, Toothache, Mouth Ulcers, Bad Breath, Bad taste in the Mouth, Dry Mouth, Jaw Pain, Sore Tongue

Children
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis, Intestinal Problems, Abdominal Pain, Sleep Problems, Eczema, Ear Pain / Inflammation, Anxiety

Limbs
Cold Hands & Feet, Heaviness, Swelling (edema)

Airways & Lungs
Colds, poor immunity, Shortness of Breath, Asthma, Bronchitis, Hyperventilation ,

Mental Disorders
Sleep Disorders, Restlessness, Anxiety, Depression, Fearfulness, Forgetfulness, Anorexia, Lethargy, Lack of energy, Weakness, Nervous Exhaustion, Stress, Burnout

Eyes
Inflamed Eyes, Itchy Eyes, Dry Eyes, Burning Eyes, Blurred Vision, Glaucoma

Digestion
Nausea, Poor Appetite, Heartburn, Indigestion, Burping , Stomach Disorders, Diarrhea, Constipation, Abdominal Cramps, Abdominal Pain, Bloated Stomach, Irritable Bowel Syndrome ( IBS ), Hemorrhoids/Piles

Urinary Tract
Urinary Tract Infection, Bladder or Kidney Stones, Impotence, Infertility, Prostate Problems

Nervous System
Hernia, Numbness, Nerve Inflammation/Pain-Neuralgia, Sciatica, Facial Pain, Whiplash, Dizziness, Fatigue, Loss of Concentration, Epilepsy, Effects of Stroke

Pregnancy symptoms
Nausea, Heartburn, Vomiting, Postpartum Pain, Stimulate Lactation, Swollen Breasts.