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Learn all about this holistic ancient medicine
For those people who are new to the words Dosha and Ayurvedic, Ayurvedic medicine is probably one of the world's oldest holistic healing systems. It was developed more than 3,000 years ago in India.
It is based on the belief that health and wellness depend on a delicate balance between the mind, body, and spirit. The main aim of it is to gain good health, so you will not get diseases. Treatments may be geared toward specific health problems.
And as for the word Dosha - this literally means imbalance in Sanskrit and people who practice Ayurveda believe that everyone is made of five basic elements which are found in the universe:
These elements combine in the human body to form three life forces or energies, called Doshas. They control the working of your body. It is believed that we all inherit a unique mixture of the three Doshas, but that one is generally stronger than the others. Each one controls a different function in the body and your health issues are therefore linked to the balance of your Doshas. However, one Dosha is usually out of balance due to poor eating habits, stress, and hectic lifestyles.
The aim of this event is to set you on the right path to good health, healing and self-care. This informative seminar will be conducted by a senior Ayurvedic doctor, Dr Pradeep Neupane, who established Vibrant Ayurveda Wellness Centre in Brisbane some 11 years ago.
You will be taught, or discover, exactly what unique body type or Dosha your body is, as well as the best way to live your life in good and solid health.
Whether you're a vata (infinity and air elements), pitta (fire and water elements), Kapha, (water and earth elements), or a mixture of two or all three, this course will help you work out the best way to find your body's needs, so you can have vibrant health and stay more connected to yourself.
This will also be a fun, interactive workshop which will include diet and advice on different lifestyles, breathing correctly, and mindfulness. You will be served a healthy Ayurvedic afternoon tea and given a booklet, which you can take home to facilitate this new way of life and the key to health.
As this is a very popular workshop and as it is also FREE, make sure you register at their booking site as soon as possible, as places are definitely limited.
This course is run by the Vibrant Ayurveda Wellness Centre and they have a team of experienced Ayurvedic doctors and practitioners who were trained in India and Nepal, the original birthplace of this ancient practice.