1. Simply Ayurveda
    Simply Ayurveda
AYURVEDA The Science of Life
Ayurveda is a 5,000-year-old vedic system of natural healing that originated in India.  Tibetan and Traditional Chinese Medicine both have their roots in Ayurveda. It is designed to help people stay balanced by providing guidelines on ideal daily and seasonal routines, diet, behavior and the proper use of our senses, integrating our environment, body, mind, and spirit.

In Ayurveda there are primary forces or energies that are responsible for the makeup of our mind and body. These are called DOSHAS and they are broken up in Sanskrit as Vata (Wind), Pitta (Fire), and Kapha (Earth). 

An important goal of   ayurveda is to identify a person’s ideal state of balance, determine where they are out of balance, and offer interventions using diet, herbs, aromatherapy, massage treatments, music, and meditation to reestablish balance 

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    Ayurveda Consultation
    One-on-one, online /email or video conference, Ayurvedic constitutional assessment and consultation with a specialist. Prescribed remedies and recommend lifestyle changes to support your growth and development. Follow-up appointments are available to offer you continued guidance as your journey back to complete health.
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    Ayurvedic Treatments
    Ayurvedic treatments helps to restore balance, rejuvenates the mind and body through massage by nourishing your skin with oils, herbal powders and aromatherapy blends. Each treatment is a customized, individualized experience and derived from an ancient Indian tradition with the goal of restoring balance and harmony.
  1. Dosha Balancing Diet
    Dosha Balancing Diet
    VATA Qualities: Cold, light, dry, irregular, rough, moving, quick, changeable Vata governs the movement in the body, activities of the nervous system and the process of elimination. Vata influences the other doshas. According to Ayurveda it is important to eat foods that have a balancing effect upon the dominant dosha or that will pacify (stabilize) a dosha that has become excessive or aggravated. Since Vata is drying, cooling and light, favor foods that are oily, warming, or heavy. The best tastes to pacify Vata are sweet, salty and sour. Minimize foods that are pungent, bitter, or astringent. PITTA Qualities: Hot, light, intense, penetrating, pungent, sharp, acidic The Pitta dosha controls digestion, metabolism, and energy production. The main function of Pitta is transformation. The Pitta dosha is oily, sharp, hot, light, and liquid. In order to balance, favor foods that are cooling, liquid, sweet, bitter, astringent and stabilizing. those with a predominance of the Pitta have a fiery nature that manifests in both body and mind. In excess the mind and body over heats. Kapha Qualities: Cool, heavy, slow, stable, smooth, soft, oily Kapha governs the structure of the body. It holds together the cells and forms muscles, fat, bone, and sinew. The main function of Kapha is protection. Since Kapha is inherently cold, heavy, and dense, the key to balancing Kapha is stimulation. So therefore it is good to eat foods that stabilize that are light, dry, or warm. Foods with pungent, bitter, and astringent tastes are most beneficial for pacifying Kapha.
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    How to Make Kitchari
    Kitchari is traditionally made with basmati rice and mung dal. However, these ingredients can vary per choice or per dosha. Kitchari can be made to be nourishing or cleansing, warming or cooling, soupy or solid, all depending on the ingredients used and the method of preparation.
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    How To Make Ghee
    Although Ghee can be bought in the health food store or an Indian Market here are easy steps to make your own.