Ayurveda defines a “Healthy Human” as one who is – clear of toxins, organs functioning normally, mind it at peace and emotions are calm and happy. In a stressful and toxic environment, our physical and mental systems accumulate toxins, causing deterioration in the functioning of the body-mind complex system, which opens the doors of chronic degenerative and non-specific diseases. This can enclave into serious specific diseases, ultimately damaging individual health and wellness. Panchakarma is the ultimate ayurvedic detoxification of body and mind. It also strengthens the immune system to restore health and well-being.
Rakhtamokshan therapy is the blood purifying therapy done for cleansing the blood with Ayurvedic techniques. It is one if the essential part of the panchakarma healing treatments. Rakhtamokshan is the prime process of blood detoxification. Ancient Acharya Shusruta explained Rakhtamokshan among Panchakarma.
The Meaning of Garbhasanskar is educating the fetus in the womb. In Indian culture, it is believed that education of material, traditional and spiritual values starts right from the time of fetus is formed in the womb. Science has proved that baby in the womb can learn from initial stages. Mother’s bond with the child starts right from the time of conception. It is not after the child is born. The baby listens to the mother and feels her feelings even when it is developing in the womb.
Though Ayurveda, or Ayurvedic medicine, was documented in the sacred historical texts known as the Vedas many centuries ago, Ayurveda has evolved over the years and is now integrated with other traditional practices, including yoga.
The postpartum period involves your moving through many changes, both emotionally and physically. You are also learning how to deal with all the changes needed with becoming a new mother. The postpartum period also involves you and your partner learning how to care for your newborn and learning how to function as a changed family unit.
One of the benefits of yoga is that you can choose a yoga style that’s tailored to your lifestyle, such as hot yoga, power yoga, relaxation yoga, prenatal yoga, etc.
With meditation, the physiology undergoes a change and every cell in the body is filled with more prana (energy). This results in joy, peace, enthusiasm as the level of prana in the body increases.