Ayurveda was born in India 5,000 years ago.
The ancient Indian essays, the Rishi, transmitted it orally and their teaching has come to this day. After India's independence in 1947, this practice was re-established and since 1978 it has been recognized by the WHO as an "unconventional medicine method whose delivery is permitted by qualified doctors"
Ayurveda is primarily a way of life that teaches us to maintain and protect health, cure disease, and promote longevity.
Man is considered in its entirety, body, mind and spirit: a microcosm that must live in harmony with a macrocosm.
The world and all creatures are formed of 5 elements, air, ether, water, fire, and earth that in the various combinations shape the life and the bodily constitutions, the dosha.
Each of us in its uniqueness has a predominant dosha, keeping it in balance with the right nutrition, the right habits and the right thoughts bring to health and happiness.
Ayurveda is therefore a science of daily living that fits perfectly to every lifestyle and at all times.
The ayurvedic operator with his knowledge and practices can help a person rediscover their own nature, their Prakryti (born at birth) and regain their wellbeing.