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Yoga & Ayurveda
Yoga & Ayurveda A window to the realm of healing available to you through the sister sciences of Yoga and Ayurveda - also known as yogic healing.
By Beverley Segel & Don Scheumann

History of Ayurveda
In Indian mythology, wise people called sanyasins (sages) lived not just hundreds or years, but over thousands of years! Although most people may pass this off as fantasy, there is evidence that even today, many people in India, Russia and in some parts of China, live to be over 150 years old!
By Zachary Ling

Introduction to Ayurveda
Although the Indian subcontinent is believed to have been inhabited about 500,000 years in the past, agricultural ways of life began to evolve about 25,000 years ago
By Zachary Lingh

Origins of Ayurveda
The early inhabitants of the Indian continent probably moved from place to place, taking with them a treasure trove of herbal remedies and other traditional healing methods. When they settled in places such as Himachal Pradesh in central India
By Zachary Lingh

Ayurveda In Practice
It is amazing how Prakruti (nature) has made each of us so unique! Fingerprints, eye images, foot prints and even our DNA are so unique that people can be identified on the basis of many such codes that nature has designed.
By Zachary Lingh

Ayurvedic Resources
Ayurveda encompasses all types of healing. Almost every health problem in the world can be removed from the body and the body brought back to health with the help of Ayurvedic treatments. In this fast paced world, the pace of Ayurveda seems quite slow.
By Zachary Lingh

On the shelf in the meat market?
Why being vegan or vegetarian is a great choice. By Tabitha. Yoga Business Owner. International Yoga Teacher & Retreat Organiser. Advisor on Nutrition, Healthy Living, Ayurveda
By Tabitha Dean

PAINFUL MENSTRUATION
It is important to honour menstruation as this an efficient way the female body cleanses itself. The menstruation takes up high energy; this requires extra rest for the female body. Reasonably a high proportion of women have Pain and cramps during periods. Painful periods are marked by cramped, lower abdominal pain. Excessively painful periods are classified as dysmenorrhoea.
By HERBAL AYUR

What is SomaVeda Thai Yoga and Massage!
SomaVeda™ Integrated Traditional Therapies Traditional Thai Yoga and Medical Massage Program SomaVeda™ Integrated Traditional Therapies: It is more than using a little of this and a little of that!
By Aachan Anthony B. James

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