Ayurveda is Sanskrit for “the knowledge of life and longevity”. It is one of the oldest and most comprehensive systems of natural healing. It has been practiced in India for over 5,000 years and is considered “the mother of all healing.” It is based on prevention, health maintenance, rejuvenation and self-realization by cultivating awareness of balance. The wisdom of Ayurveda allows us to create optimal health by focusing on dynamic forces within our own constitution and making conscious lifestyle choices which enhance our well-being. Healing takes place on many levels involving body, mind and spirit. What makes Ayurveda unique is its emphasis on self-awareness.
Join us for our monthly Morning Cup of Consciousness discussion with Sandra Bachman who is a certified ayurvedic practitioner.
Sandy Bachman is a Certified Ayurveda Practitioner and Certified Ayurveda Educator and consults on Ayurveda diet & nutrition, lifestyle, seasonal and daily routines. Sandy assists her clients in the spiritual journey of healing and wholeness. She educates her clients on how best to live in balance and become more aware of what draws a client out of balance. Additionally, Sandy is a Pancha Karma Specialist.
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The goal of Ayurveda is to keep the body in a state of health and free from disease and to show us how to use health as a basis of, or as a part of, the path to enlightenment. By knowing your Prakruti or innate constitution, you are able to make choices that allow for harmony and balance, or in most cases, how to return to that balance. The study of Ayurveda includes food, herbs, lifestyle, daily and seasonal routines, yoga, meditation, breath work, massage, aroma, color and sound therapies. Essentially as we create balance in our lives and keep our mind, body and spirit in a healthy state of being, we can hope to live a longer and better quality of life. The sister science of Ayurveda is Yoga and together these two daily practices purify the heart, cleanse the body and expand the spirit.