Vedic wellness healing center
The center offers complete healthcare – with free consultation – combining ayurveda, yoga & naturopathy health systems. Experts of ayurveda & naturopathy as well as certified yoga teachers are always available for consultation.
We only use organic ayurvedic herbs as well as only natural healthcare, skincare & hair-care products for our treatments. These products are not only center-exclusive, we do offer them at our “natura-store” besides supplements for good health, disease-resistance and anti-toxin medicines that are available, too.
In our center we have seven therapy rooms fully equipped to provide professional ayurvedic massages & body treatment. We at vedic wellness care deeply for each customers privacy & personal hygiene.
Besides general consultation, the center is designated to provide specialty services for various chronic diseases such as
- Abdominal distension due to indigestion
- Chronic fatigue syndrome
- Chronic constipation
- Cervical spondylosis/spondylitis
- Frozen shoulder
- Irritable bowel syndrome
- Lower back ache
- Lumbar spondylosis
- Menopausal syndrome
- Mental stress
- Memory loss
- Rheumatoid arthritis
The art of traditional ayurveda has been used to treat and cure diseases and ailments for centuries. These ayurvedic practices combined with a range of alternative therapies are delivered to you by trained physicians, based on a thorough personal examination of our guests.
Ayurveda doesn’t specialize or isolate, which means it doesn’t focus on healing just one organ or one symptom at a time. As a holistic practice, ayurveda creates overall health, recognizing that body, mind, and spirit are interrelated. Therefore, the main goal is always twofold:
- To alleviate the discomfort of something like a headache, stomachache, or cold, and
- To bring you into balance to prevent those symptoms from recurring and worsening.
When you start to get sick, if you choose not to make changes in your diet and lifestyle and instead only take allopathic drugs for the symptoms, it’s likely that your symptoms will worsen and/or recur. In ayurveda, the idea is to create harmony in your mind, body, and spirit so your body can support its own healing and become strong enough to fight recurring symptoms and the development of disease in its very beginning.
Your body wants to be well, and is designed to function in harmony with the natural world. To create health, your body must be able to perform its vital functions, which include the absorption of vitamins and minerals, and the elimination of toxins. Rather than just suggesting a quick fix, ayurveda gives you the tools to create a state of harmony in your body and mind, so that your body can perform its required functions to keep you healthy in the long run.
Each moment, each choice counts
Ayurveda is a way of living. It’s about being healthy from moment to moment. As you wake up in the morning, as you eat your meals, as you schedule time for exercise and play, ayurveda teaches you to consider what nourishes your mind, body, and spirit.
What you eat, which video you watch on youtube, how much time you spend exchanging the energy of love with others—everything you do, say, think, and feel has an impact on your body, mind, and energy system. Each moment you make a choice. You can choose to do something that helps create balance in you or that may bring you out of balance. Ayurveda gives you knowledge about yourself and your relationship to the external world so that you can make informed choices each moment, each meal, each day, and each season.
Your health will improve as you make one choice at a time—what to eat, what to think, what to wear, when to exercise, whom to hang out with, how to manage your reactions. You have choices. If it seems as though you don’t have time or energy to make new choices, think about this: you can make one small change at a time. And notice how it makes you feel. Then, decide if you’d like to incorporate another change. Go at your own pace. Keep remembering that you are the one who decides how to take care of yourself. It’s up to you.