Originally from India, Ayurveda is a 5000 year old philosophy and medical science. It utilizes nature’s power and teaches us how to stay healthy and happy.

The term ‚Ayurveda’ means:  knowledge about a healthy life. The Sanskrit words ‘ayus’ and ‘veda’ mean ‘healthy life’ and ‘knowledge’. The traditional ayurvedic treatment aims at re-balancing the interdependencies between body, mind and soul.

Life of modern Western people has been increasingly stressful and tense, thus decreasing quality of life and leading to avoidable detrition processes. Western medicine is predominantly specialised in treating symptoms rather than causes for illnesses. This is one of the reasons why people from Western countries search for alternatives in being provided utmost benefit and health for their body and soul.

Ayurveda is on the one hand an effective measure for preventing illnesses; on the other hand it is also a proven therapy for existing disorders. An Ayurveda treatment is especially suitable to clean and rebuild the immune system. Before or after surgery, chemotherapy or a burn-out, the body is brought back into balance and strengthened. Patients with rheumatism, arthritis and diabetes experienced during and after the treatment, significant improvement in their health.