Ayurnava Kerala Ayurvedic Treatment Centre
|Nature of Business||Nursing Homes / Clinics / Hospitals|
|Company CEO||Dr Sajna Ali|
About The Company
Nestled amid luxurious greenery for the centre is nestled on the heart of Gurgaon. This centre has all the elements necessary for a rejuvenating ambience. Ayurveda is the ancient health service which has many treatment modules that ensure robust health to body and high spirit of mind. Ayurnava has a tradition of decades, long experience in the field of ayurveda. Rated as the best Ayurveda treatment centre in Delhi NCR,India.
Weprovide authentic ayurveda treatment and panchkarama (detox) in a very professional way. Here you get a virtuous ambiance to relax and get lost with the nature. Ayurnava ayurveda treatment centre brings you the best in ayurveda treatments including Panchakarma Treatments, Detoxification, Rejuvenation, Paralysis, Weight loss, Slimming Programs, Anti-Ageing, yoga and meditation Therapies etc.
The treatments by ayurnava aredone under the guidelines of expert ayurvedic doctors. Yoga and meditation classes are also provided to improve the mental faculties and mind cleanliness. Rasayana (anti-aging) therapy in ayurveda is also one of the famous treatments done here at Ayurnava. During the course of treatment the person is given both internal medicines and external treatment to improve the health and immunity.Read More
Ayur means whole life span
Veda means knowledge
The science of Ayurveda, therefore, encompasses the total knowledge of the whole Lifespan.
Charaka defines Ayur-Veda as follows:
Hita hitam sukham dukham ayustasya hita hitam
manam ca tacca yatroktam Ayurveda ca ucayate.
The science that describes what is appropriate and inappropriate, happy or unhappy life, and describes the guidelines for what is essential and irrelevant for a long life, and everything about life, called Ayur-Veda.
Although Ayurveda has been practiced in India for at least 5,000 years, it has become a popular form of alternative medicine in the west in more recent times. The theory behind Ayurvedic medicine is taken from several sacred Indian Sanskrit texts written between 1500 BC and 400 AD and it is thought be one of the oldest forms of healing system.
Aims and objectives of Ayurveda have been divided into two aspects namely:
• Swasthasya Swathya Rakshanam (Preventive and Social medicine)
• Aturasya Vikar Prashamanam (Therapeutics)Read More