Dr. Shekhar Annambhotla
Dr. Shekhar Annambhotla 21 December 2018
Ayurveda| Massage Therapy| Yoga| Reiki Therapy
Years of experience 30
Please remember that Ayurveda does not claim to treat, prevent or cure diseases, but only to restore balance to the physiology. When balance is restored, many diseases and disorders are often automatically prevented.
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Dr. Shekhar Annambhotla
Dr. Shekhar Annambhotla 21 December 2018
Ayurveda| Massage Therapy| Yoga| Reiki Therapy
Years of experience 30
The title “Vaidya” is earned through training and subsequently acquiring a deep Ayurvedic knowledge of all the aspects of healing – the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual. In Ayurveda, dis-ease or ill-health is not treated symptomatically or on just the physical level – it is always addressed in the context of an individual’s overall constitution and takes into account personal circumstances such as profession, family life, seasonal influences, and daily habits. A vaidya is one who studies the science of life and health on individual and cosmic levels. There are several vaidyas throughout North America who have undergone extensive training in India. You may visit www.aapna.org to find a vaidya near you.
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Dr. Shekhar Annambhotla
Dr. Shekhar Annambhotla 21 December 2018
Ayurveda| Massage Therapy| Yoga| Reiki Therapy
Years of experience 30
Ama is a toxic, morbid, glue-like substance which is a result of weak Agni (digestive or metabolic fire). Ama is the primary cause for the majority of disorders and diseases.
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Dr. Shekhar Annambhotla
Dr. Shekhar Annambhotla 21 December 2018
Ayurveda| Massage Therapy| Yoga| Reiki Therapy
Years of experience 30
Yes, the principles and theories of Ayurveda are natural. Health professionals have a greater understanding of anatomy and physiology and can easily incorporate the principles of Ayurveda into their practice. They can provide their patients and clients with lifestyle recommendations, exercises, herbal food supplements and dietary advice based on individual mind-body types and imbalances pertaining to various health conditions. By incorporating the principles of Ayurvedic medicine, health professionals can address the root causes of disorders and bring about greater and faster natural relief in their patients and clients.
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Dr. Shekhar Annambhotla
Dr. Shekhar Annambhotla 21 December 2018
Ayurveda| Massage Therapy| Yoga| Reiki Therapy
Years of experience 30
Pulse analysis is called Nadi Vignan in Ayurveda. Ayurvedic practitioners feel the radial artery with three fingers to evaluate the balanced and imbalanced conditions of Vata, Pitta and Kapha in mind and body. All people can learn pulse analysis and practice it daily on themselves in order to gain a better understanding of their own physiology and its changes under various circumstances.
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