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Recently I was working behind the Ayurveda principles on Vibrational Medicine with the pioneer in the intersecting fields of regenerative medicine Dr. Kavita Beri who is a scientist at the Center of Dermal Research at Ruthers University, New Jersy.
Cleanse -When I say cleanse, it doesn’t just mean washing your face frequently with water. Of course, you need to wash your face in cold water every time you come back from the sun. But here CLEANSE is clean internally and externally.
Cooling Therapeutic Pitta Bathing Ritual. This may sound strange having a cooling bath whilst having a warm bath! I'm not talking about having your water cool, we are talking about using the dynamics of cooling herbs on the body and mind.
Stimulating Therapeutic Kapha Bathing Ritual. The description of a stimulating effect would be one that helps to invigorate the body and mind. A stimulating bath is a bath taken in water that contains an aromatic substance, an astringent, or a tonic.
Epsom Salt Bathing for Vata. The Epsom salt bath has a relaxing and detoxing effect on the body, and if you read the other benefits below, you will see that it will help for all doshas, but its likely to be most beneficial to Vata types. Epsom salts also help to relieve Pitta types from inflammation.
Dry brushing has many health benefits. Our skin is the body’s largest organ, it absorbs anything you put on and also plays a critical role in eliminating toxins.
Simple Daily Skin & Body Care. Before indulging in a skin care routine, it is important to know and understand what your dominant Dosha is.
Can't say enough about Body Brushing & Oelation. Before your morning shower give your body a dry brush with a soft body brush. Best to use natural bristles if possible. This process will stimulate the bodies lymphatic process and encourage the removal of toxins that will begin to leave the body.
Hydrotherapy & Ubtan for the Face. With an Ubtan for general use and all type. Ayurveda encourages us to take extra care of our skin. Ayurvedic tells us to cultivate glowing skin and a sense of inner balance, we should focus on a daily routine called 'dinacharya' this follows some basic Ayurveda guidelines.
Dry Body Brushing for Health. Ayurveda suggests that you use a dry brush and body oil afterwards followed by a shower.
When I ask some of my older ladies about what physical aspect makes them feel ‘old’, most of them say it’s their ‘Turkey Neck’ that makes them look older than they feel.
Ubtan’ in itself means local application, which is a body application used for the beautification of the body, dating back to the remotest antiquity and is the legacy of the rich Indian Heritage.
The Five Elements & Skin Therapy is not New to Ayurveda, our skin absorbs what we put onto it and is affected by the 5 elements.
Ayurveda gives us a practical and daily guide to the timeless wisdom of Ayurveda. Ayurveda informs us that it is crucial to our understanding of complete health, that products applied to our skin will penetrate and become absorbed into the bloodstream and our internal organs.
Ayurveda Beauty & Therapeutic Baths. Water removes dirt, carries nutrition to our skin as well as removing toxins effectively. We can mix water with a variety of substances and in this instance, we will look at the benefits of Therapeutic Bathing. Many people simply use a bath for relaxing after a busy day, what I would like to suggest is that we look a little further and bathe with other considerations in mind.
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