Ayurveda Care
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Home Care Panchakarma Center, Bad Endorf

Traditionally, Ayurveda learning happened by living in a family where Ayurveda had been practiced as a way of life for many generations and by studying under a vaidya (Ayurveda healer) who would teach the student in the classroom of nature.

By observing the natural rythmns of nature and experiencing their effects on life, the student would imbibe a profund awareness of Ayurveda. In our Home Care Program you can experience the rhythms of nature by living in harmony with them. As you learn how to make healthy adaptation to these rhythms you will begin to perceive Ayurveda as dynamic wisdom, which can be applied at any time, to any place. Not only will you live Ayurveda in this program but you will begin the journey to reawaken the natural healer from within.

In Ayurveda, time is associated with the functional energies of air, fire and earth. The 24-hour day is divided into six parts and each part is dominated by one of the three functional energies. Our daily activities have been arranged so that you are optimally supported by these energies. For example, the functional energy of air is dominant around sunrise and sunset hence it is the best time to connect with the subtler energies of our being; the fire around noon supports our digestion and the earthiness of evening grounds us for sleep.

 

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Daily Program:

6.00 – 7.30 – Rising before sunrise, Dinacharya  ( daily routine self practices) to cleanse and nourish the body and sense organs.

7.30am – 8.30am – Agni hotra (a fire ceremony for assimilating vital energy), prayers, yoga, pranayama and Dhyana.

8.30 – 9.00 – Herbal tea and breakfast.

11.00 – 12.30 – Pachaka- Cooking demonstarion and helping in cooking. Recipes and ingredients will be provided for you to follow.

9.00 – 12.30 – Home Care Panchakarma

13.00 – 14.00 – Ayurveda Lunch ! Lunch in silence.

14.00 – 15.00- Various activities

14.00 – 17.00 – Home Care Panchakarma

17.00 ´17.30- Snana- Bath / Shower

17.30- 18.30 Yoga nidra, a guided deep relaxation practice; Devotional chanting on some evenings.

18.30 – 19.30- Ayurveda Dinner !

19.30 pm – 20.30-  Satsang, an interactive question and answer session on Ayurveda, Yoga and other Indian knowledge systems

21.30 – Sleep