What is Ayurveda?

Ayurveda is the world’s most ancient tradition of natural health care. It offers a system of preventive care designed to strengthen the immune system and restore balance in the body before illness arises. It takes into account that each one of us has our own specific body type, and our own state of balance or imbalance at any given time.

Ayurvedic diet, herbal formulas, exercise, and daily routine offer a way to balance your mind, body and emotions. Since balance is sorely needed in today’s stress-ridden society, the practice of Ayurveda is both vital and timely.

I was just twenty-four years old when I became an advocate of Ayurveda. From then on, I never sought the help of allopathic medicine again. My family has only used herbs, diet, exercise and a healthy daily routine to address whatever ailments we have had—and it’s worked!

Maharishi Ayurveda

My training is in Maharishi Ayurveda, a modern revival of the authentic tradition of Ayurvedic knowledge. It includes consultations to promote better health, authentic herbal preparations to address specific health concerns, and the Transcendental Meditation program for overall health and happiness.

Maharishi Ayurveda has helped thousands of people like you restore balance to the mind and body, and live a happier and more fulfilled life.

A Revival of Authentic Ayurveda

Many systems of Ayurveda practiced around the world are not proven to have the same benefits as Maharishi Ayurveda. They use only fragmented knowledge of Ayurveda, and have lost the time-tested wisdom found in the ancient Vedic texts of Charak and Sushrut Samhita.

Maharishi Mahesh Yogi collaborated with Brihaspati Dev Triguna and other great Ayurvedic experts to revive the knowledge contained in these Ayurvedic texts.

Vaidya Triguna, an Ayurvedic physician and expert in nadivigan or pulse diagnosis, was the personal physician of the former prime minister of India. Known as a great healer, he has traveled the world and taken the pulse of thousands of people. He was awarded the Padma Bhushan Award in 1992, and in 2003 received the Padma Vibhushan Award – the second highest civilian award given by the Indian Government.

Making the Commitment

If you are open and willing to apply the principles of Ayurveda in your life, and you have access to a proper guidance, the path to better health can be easy and fun.

I recommend starting as soon as you can, and committing to a program of slow and steady progress. Remember, “Rome wasn’t built in a day.” It took time for your body to get out of balance. So give it the time it needs to get back in balance again.

Let’s get started!