"Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity."  World Health Organisation

About Ayurveda

Stress, weaken digestion, lifestyle, irregular work and sleep may all contribute in pushing your health out of balance. Through Ayurveda, appropriate nutritional, diet and lifestyle plan will be devised for you, along with herbs, yoga and meditation to assist your body to return back to balance.

Ayurveda places great emphasis on the prevention of disease by encouraging maintenance of health through close attention to balance in one's life, right thinking, diet, lifestyle with the use of herbs, nutritional and lifestyle advice. It is not only a comprehensive medical system but also a way of living.

Ayurveda is an ancient system of traditional medicine from India. It is a comprehensive and a traditional healing system going back more than 5000 years. Ayurveda focuses on the whole body and its relation to the external world to re-establish and maintain equilibrium with the body.

Ayurveda has often been described and consisting of two words ‘Ayur’ and ‘Veda’ meaning the ‘Science of Life’, this science of life are meant for the maintenance of positive health and management and prevention of disease.

Ayurveda's aim and objective:


  • Is to focus on health of the whole body rather than just the disease

  • Prevention of ill health

  • Rejuvenation of the body


It is a holistic approach towards life, health and disease management. It primarily focuses on personalised health, incorporating nutrition, lifestyle practices, herbal remedies and therapeutic modalities for treatment.


Both internal and external factors, act upon us to disturb this balance, these are reflected as a change in one’s constitution.  Examples of these emotional and physical stresses include one’s emotional state, diet and food choices, seasons and weather, physical trauma, work and family relationships. Once these factors are understood, one can take appropriate actions to minimise their effects or eliminate the causes of imbalance and re-establish one’s original constitution.

Ayurveda identifies three basic types of doshas or constitutions principles that are present in everyone. These are vata, pitta and kapha. These principles can be related to the basic biology of the body.

Vata is the subtle energy associated with movement. It governs breathing, blinking, muscle and tissue movement, pulsation of the heart. In balance, vata promotes creativity and flexibility. Out of balance, vata produces fear and anxiety.

Pitta expresses as the body’s metabolic system. It governs digestion, absorption, assimilation, nutrition, metabolism and body temperature. In balance, pitta promotes understanding and intelligence. Out of balance, pitta arouses anger, hatred and jealousy.

Kapha is the energy that forms the body’s structure, bones, muscles, tendons, and provides the “glue” that holds the cells together. Kapha supplies the water for all bodily parts and systems. It lubricates joints, moisturises the skin, and maintains immunity. In balance, kapha is expressed as love, calmness and forgiveness. Out of balance, it leads to attachment, greed and envy.

How Ayurveda can help

  • Staying Well  or Preventive Care

  • Hormonal balance - Thyroid, Adrenal Fatigue

  • PMS symptoms

  • Menstrual cycles - Irregularity, pain, disconnect, dysmenorrhea, heavy bleeding

  • Minimises inflammation

  • Cleanses the body

  • Overral balance

  • Manage insomnia

  • Anxiety, Depression, general worries, high stress, negative attitude or 'stuck in a rut'

  • Regulate the digestive system, particularly bloating symptoms, gas, constipation, acid reflux, loose stools

  • Manage diabetes, high blood pressure

  • Healthy skin

  • Improve Concentration

  • De-Stressing

  • Revitalise energy

  • Relaxating

  • Anti-Aging