Contemporary Ayurveda is really old in terms of years, but here in Ireland it’s like a breath of fresh air.
You are the driver of your sustainable and attainable happiness and enjoyment.
Everyone comes to a point in their life where they begin to ask questions of their personal wellness.
Everyone else seems to have it all together!
If you find that your life feels listless or your are foundering, or that enjoyment in life seems limited or incomplete, it may be time to do some investigating on how to help yourself.
Ayurveda offers support and choices.
Yoga and Contemporary Ayurveda use therapeutic recommendations personal to your dosha. Your body and mind type have a certain direction that works better for you. Its very unique and depends on how the client wants to work, they may include all or just a few. Please click on any of the links below to find out more:
Nutritional and diet advice brings digestive balance for your dosha.
Lifestyle recommendations that will soothe the dominant body type/Dosha in our daily life.
Dosha specific Yoga postures encourage removal of toxins and enhance intake of Prana through specific breathing skills that expand and channel this energy.
Concentration, mindfulness and or meditation to encourage finding the calm in the mind as the fastest way to bring balance to the physical body.
Body care skills to detox and allow nourishment of the organs and the nervous system. For women this will include the option for Ayurvedic warm oil massage by Kelly Marie. Other options are massage for the Head, Hands, Feet and abdomen.
Ayurveda deals with the physical body. It’s concern is the interaction and functioning between the body, the environment and the Five Great elements.
Yoga seeks to develop the mind and at the same time, reduce any excessive mental activity.
If the mind has less clutter, there is space for us to grow into our the happiness that is our Life.
Using Yoga and Ayurveda together we have thousands of tools at our fingertips. But what we need to do is make the choice to step into our life, get up, stand up.
“Your mind will answer most questions if you learn to relax and wait for the answer. ” – William S. Burroughs
Kelly Marie Mills