Category Archives: Ayurveda

Clinical Care in Ayurveda or the Role of Our Five Material Bodies (Panchakosa) in Treatment Planning

By Nimai Nitai Dasa* There are three fundamental approaches to Ayurveda that reflect particular psychological dispositions of different types of therapists and patients, derived from a predominating tendency toward manifesting balance (sattva), assertiveness (rajas), or passivity (tamas). Therapists and patients … Continue reading

Rate this:

Posted in 1 Physical health, 2 Mental health, 5 Spiritual health, Accepting responsibility for our life, Ayurveda, Balanced and Healthy lifestyle Philosophy, Holistic health, Prevention for health disorders | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Ayurveda doctor Dr. Nanasaheb Memane

B.A.M.S; M.S., (Ayurveda Vachaspati) Head, Ayurveda Department, Bhaktivedanta Hospital Graduation in Nashik B.A.M.S. college of Ganeshwadi. Post graduation with university topper in VAM Amaravati- A well known Ayurvedic research centre for Ksharsutra and Anorectal surgery in India under guidance of … Continue reading

Rate this:

Posted in Ayurveda | Leave a comment

Balanced and Healthy daily routine or DINACHARYA

In all of creation there are no better and more powerful medicines, tools, techniques, methods etc. than to tune in with the rhythm and laws of Divine and Almighty Nature. That was boldly admitted by all holistic health Doctors and … Continue reading

Rate this:

Posted in Ayurveda, Chanting of mantras, prayers etc, Hatha yoga, pranayama, exercises etc, Healthy Diet, Healthy movements, Healthy response to 13 natural urges, Healthy Rest, Healthy Sleep, Healthy working, Holistic health, Meditation-Yoga, Our Balanced and Healthy lifestyle tips and recipes, Personal development, Personal Hygiene and Cleanliness, Prevention for health disorders | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | 12 Comments