Ayurveda in Australia is recognised as a bonafide system of medicine. Earlier it was accepted as Naturopathy, a system of natural medicine. Today it is acknowledged as a complementary health medicine system. Ayurveda has made its presence in Australia since 1988 with many ayurvedic doctors in Australia coming from India, Sri Lanka and Nepal.
Ayurveda is the art of living in harmony with the laws of nature. As an ancient Indian system of natural and holistic medicine, Ayurveda promotes living a balanced life by implementing healthy and natural lifestyle changes. Even today, the age-old wisdom of Ayurveda is relevant as it was back in the ancient times as Ayurvedic principles can easily be adapted to today’s dynamic life to maintain and lead a healthy, stress-free and balanced life.
Prakriti- the lifestyle, eating habits and day-to-day routine is focused on in Ayurveda. Small and minor changes in our everyday life can help us to stay healthy and disease-free.
In Australia, there is a remarkable increase in ayurvedic treatments like Panchakarma, Ayurvedic lifestyle and diet. Therapies for rejuvenation like Shirodhara, Abhyanga and Kati vasti are now very much popular in Australian population. Ayur Healthcare, Parramatta, Sydney is a leading Ayurvedic centre in Australia which offers specialized holistic treatment based on Ayurveda and Homeopathy. The Ayurveda massages in Sydney offered by Ayur Healthcare are Panchakarma, Udwartana, Abhyanga etc.
At Ayur Healthcare you get an opportunity to experience natural healing, rejuvenation and renewal of body and soul. With qualified and highly experienced doctors, along with Yoga instructors, Ayur Healthcare offers individualized recommendations to achieve balance and good health in your body. At Ayur Healthcare, we focus on prevention that helps to maintain healthy living rather than restoring.
Benefits of an Ayurvedic Lifestyle
The Australasian Association of Ayurveda Incorporated (AAA) is a registered national organisation made up of the largest group of Ayurvedic doctors in Australia. There are other ayurvedic associations like Australasian Ayurvedic Practitioners Association (AAPA) and naturopathy association Australian Natural Therapists Association (ANTA) for registering Ayurvedic graduates. By registering, Ayurvedic practitioners can get access to private health funds rebate for their clients. The registration will also provide professional indemnity and public liability insurance to cover them in case of any mishap in treatments.
Get your first Ayurvedic consultation online! This session helps the Ayurvedic physician to assess your body-mind type, imbalance and recommend changes. He will advise you on a tailored lifestyle, diet & exercise as well as Ayurveda treatment needed.
Contact us at Ayur Healthcare to know more on Ayurveda in Australia!