The origin of this relationship is said to be that a yogic master and disciple were meditating on why they still got broken bones and suffered from disease so God responded by giving them the wisdom of Ayurevda—the science of life.
Yoga harmonises the mind, body and soul, while Ayurveda takes care of a person’s physical and mental well-being through diet and lifestyle changes.
There are 8 limbs of yoga. The eight limbs of yoga are integrated into treatment protocols by our Ayurvedic Doctors to treat Dosha imbalances and specific medical conditions.
During your Panchakarma at Oneworld Ayurveda, you will practice a range of low impact, calming yoga asanas that are tailored to support you through your detox and healing journey.
Cannot come to Bali? Journey through the Island of the Gods with Oneworld’s yoga teachers as they practice different yoga styles in this 4-part series for you to own and keep.
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Aparna K. BAMS, MD, PhD
Aparna is one of the few specialists in the world with a PhD in Ayurveda. Born into an Ayurvedic family which operates a traditional Ayurvedic Panchakarma hospital in Kerala, India, she grew up observing her father, the renowned Dr. Padmanabhan Read more »