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Haritha Director's Message

Welcome to Haritha Ayurveda and Panchkarma Center.

Director of Haritha
In this modern age work, communication, travel and business have become very easy with the pace of technological development equipping every individual. But peace is still away in spite of all the comforts and easy ways available. People are regularly stressed and life has become very complex. The concept of family is slowly breaking up causing more stress and fractures in the society. This has lead to many ailments and diseases coming up and people are becoming afflicted with them at very early age. The stressful life is making it difficult, and this is where the ancient Indian knowledge helps.

Haritha Ayurveda Academy was established in 2009 with the aim of bringing Ayurveda to everyone. The decision to choose Rishikesh was taken after much thought as it is the land of Yogis and the perfect place for getting away from the buzz of the modern life. Ayurveda is the answer to all these things. Ayurveda is an ancient science which is almost 5000 years old and is still developing. The approach of Ayurveda makes it different from modern medical science. The approach is holistic and links nature and humans together. The disharmony with nature is what is causing all the imbalances and diseases as per Ayurvedic texts. If we look deeply it is in fact true. More building are coming up by removing trees and this means more pollution which causes all kinds of imbalances.

Ayurveda professes changing the lifestyle and the diet rather than taking medicines for treating diseases. Waking up in the morning at Sunrise and sleeping for at least 7 hours are all prescribed and described in Ayurveda. Drinking a glass of warm water in the morning to detoxify the body and early morning walk are all part of the regime that this ancient medical science recommends.

Ayurveda is based on three core concepts of
 
(1) Body constitution – The body is made of five elements air, fire, earth, water and space. Every individual will have a different combination of these elements. The five elements are complemented with energy "Prana" or "Atma" which imparts the life force to the body. Hence every individual has to be treated separately unlike what is done in modern medical science. This energy has a universal source which is called “Paramatma”. Ayurveda is the process of keeping the five elements and energy in balance.
 
(2) Connection with nature – Ayurveda says that the human body, its health and the environment are all interconnected with each other. An imbalance in nature causes a problem for human body and vice versa. The lack of external and internal harmony is responsible for all the diseases. Hence Ayurveda treats diseases as an imbalance and the treatment also follows the same.
 
(3) Human body is made of unique life forces – The human body is a unique combination of forces called "Doshas". The Doshas are three in number viz. Vat, Kapha and Pitta. Kapha Dosha is linked to strength and immune system, Vata Dosha is linked to digestive system and the Pitta Dosha to the excretory system. At Haritha Ayurveda and Panchkarma center we believe that Ayurveda is the answer to all modern lifestyle issues and diseases. Our well trained team and well equipped center will give you the experience of your life time. According to us therapy is more about experience than medication.
Ashish Rastogi

Shirodhara in Rishikesh

Shirodhara

Shiro means head and dhara is a steady flow of warm Ayurvedic oil which is specially selected by the Ayurvedic doctor.
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Nasyam in Rishikesh

Nasyam

Medicated oil, juice etc are instilled into nostril to relive the vitiated doshas. It is effective against head and neck...
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Siro Basti

Done by pouring certain lukewarm herbal oils into a cap fitted on the head for 15 to 30 minutes. Highly effective for facial paralysis...
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Siro Basti in Rishikesh

Snehana

Snehana involves the lubrication of the metabolical structure by the administration of fatty medicinal substances internally or externally.
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Snehana

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