Yoga and Naturopathy

Nature cure or Naturopathy medicine is a form of alternative medicine that works in helping the body to heal itself, using the force of Nature
It fundamental belief is using the 5 primordial agents of nature that is the earth water fire and the air along with ether.

Naturopathy does not believe in the specific cause of disease and its specific treatment but takes into account the totality of factors responsible for disease such as ones unnatural habits in living, thinking, working, sleeping, relaxing, sexual indulgence etc. It also considers the environmental factors involved which on the whole disturb the normal functioning of the body and lead to a morbid, weak and toxic state.

The treatment is based on the concept that nature has a solution for our problems including health. The human body has the ability to perform the most complicated functions and to cope with various adverse situations.

The Naturopathy treatment & therapy corresponds to
Earth-Mud treatments, Reflexology (waking & trekking)
Water- Widely used as hydrotherapy/water internal& external Therapies
Air- Breathing Techniques/Acupuncture
Fire: Heat modalities
Ether: Diet/Fasting/Cupping.

Our Naturopathy treatments are scientifically evaluated and accepted worldwide:

Our Naturopathy Therapies:

Acupuncture:

An ancient Chinese therapy, Acupuncture has been defined simplistically as the practice of inserting one or more needles into specific sites on the body surface for therapeutic purposes focuses on the inseparability and unity of the mind and the body, mental and emotional factors being inextricably linked with physical processes in maintaining health and precipitating illness

Traditional acupuncture involves needle insertion, moxibustion, cupping therapy

Most commonly used for pain relief, non-inflammatory low back pain, headache, Migraine, arthritic pain, post-operative pain, sleep, shoulder pain, tinnitus, Parkinsonism, PolyCysticOverianDisease rest-less leg syndrome

Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy is one of the allied health professions that, by using mechanical force and movements (biomechanics or kinesiology), manual therapy, exercise therapy, and electrotherapy, remediates impairments and promotes mobility and function. Physical therapy is used to improve a patient’s quality of life through examination, diagnosis, prognosis, physical intervention, and patient education. Physical therapy attempts to address the illnesses, or injuries that limit a person’s abilities to move and perform functional activities in their daily lives.

Physiotherapy management commonly includes prescription of or assistance with specific exercises, manual therapy and manipulation, mechanical devices such as traction, education, physical agents which includes heat, cold, electricity, sound waves, radiation, assistive devices, prostheses, orthoses and other interventions.

Based on the particular diagnosis, varied methods are practiced by physiotherapists to treat patients. They may follow pain management program, which helps get rid of inflammation and swelling for some.

Fasting Therapy

Fasting is primarily the act of willingly abstaining from some or all food, drink, or both, for a period of time. The word is derived from the old English, ‘Feastan’ means to fast, observe, be strict. In Sanskrit ‘Vrath’ means ‘determination’ and ‘Upavasa’ means ‘near to God’. A fast may be total or partial concerning that from which one fasts, and may be prolonged or intermittent as to the period of fasting. Fasting is an important treatment modality for health preservation. In fasting, mental preparedness is an essential pre-condition. Prolonged fasting should be done only under the supervision of a competent Naturopath.

Mud Therapy

Mud is an important element of nature. It contains important minerals which have positive effects on human health. Mud can absorb toxins from human body therefore is very useful in preventing many diseases. It is also known for its healing properties. It also helps in cooling and relaxing body as it can hold moisture for a long time.

Recent studies have shown the equal efficacy in the reduction of inflammation by mature mud based therapy and NSAID based pharmacological therapies, but without side effects harmful to the gastrointestinal tract. Although thermal mud-balneotherapy is indicated for many disorders, it’s most common applications include disturbance of the muscle-skeletal system (injury, lesion, osteoporosis, arthrosis pathologies, joint pain, even in degenerative forms, and auto-immune diseases not in acute phase). The complete treatment requires a maximum 12 sessions, can be full-body or partial (performed only on limited areas like the neck, the back, the upper limbs, the lower limbs or single limbs or joints).

Hydrotherapy

Hydrotherapy, formerly called hydropathy and also called water cure

Treatment method under which one of the most essential components of life i.e. water helps in curing/ countering different types of conditions/ diseases.

The rationale behind hydrotherapy depends on the many benefits of water itself:

  • Many minerals, salts and other herbs/ substances can be dissolved in water easily to mould the hydrotherapy treatment as per the condition being treated.
  • Heat and energy, the most important factors in alternative treatment are easy to be delivered by water.
  • No one is allergic to water, it is hence one of the most neutral forms of delivering treatment.
  • The calming, soothing, distressing and relaxing effects of water whether in form of sounds, through a bath or a shower etc. are not hidden from anyone.

Yoga Therapy

Yoga therapy, a modern phenomenon which has been influenced by the ancient Indian practice of yoga.

It involves holding stretches as a kind of low-impact physical exercise, and is often used for therapeutic purposes.

It is used to treat existing mental and physical health issues, but can also be used as a self-care strategy for prevention and maintenance.

Both the meditative and the exercise components of yoga have been researched for specific and non-specific health benefits.

It has been studied as an intervention for many conditions, including back pain, stress, and depression.

A Therapy session will most likely include the following components:

  • Breathing Exercises (Pranayama): The therapist will guide the client through a series of breathing exercises ranging from energizing breaths to balancing breaths.
  • Physical Postures (Asana): The therapist will teach the client in treatment in appropriate yoga poses that address problem areas.
  • Meditation: Relaxation and mindfulness are the focus of meditation when it is combined with yoga poses.
  • Guided Relaxation: The yoga therapist attempts to calm the body and mind by providing a guided visualization& relaxation intended to bring inner peace and relaxed body mind and soul.

Yoga therapy has a strong success rate in the following disease and disorder.

  • Musculoskeletal Disorder
  • Cardiac Rehabilitation
  • Cardio Vascular Disorder
  • Endocrine disorders
  • Digestive Problems
  • Gynecological Disorders
  • Lifestyle Disorders

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