Yoga is one of the ancient subjects of Wellness. It is a methodical effort towards self-perfection through developing one’s latent potential in the physical, vital, intellectual and spiritual levels. The origin of yoga have been speculated to date back to pre-Vedic Indian period according to Rig Veda.
HSP (Heightened Sensory Perception) refers to the ability to perceive information when the normal five senses are restricted. HSP awakens the potential senses of the brain.
Nature Care is to live in tune with the eternal Laws of Nature, as Healing Power is inherent in the human being. The objective of Nature Care is to optimize the body’s self-healing ability, rather than to address symptoms of disease.
There are valuable nutrient resources present i holistic foods, such as fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, legumes, and whole grains. With modification of diet and with new lifestyle choices we can bring health and healing through holistic natural foods.
Acupressure is a natural therapy based on the inbuilt mechnanism provided in the humanbody by Nature. Acupressure seeks to cure diseases by restoring the imbalance of energy flow in the human body.
Vaastu is an inherent energy concept of science. Vaastu Shastra is the ancient science of architecture that teaches how to live in harmony with Nature and how to influence Nature so that it works for your benefit. Good Vaastu in the places where you live and work brings good fortune, while bad Vaastu creates unnecessary suffering. By following the principles of Vaastu you can transform the quality of life. Vaastu Shastra is essentially the act of correct settings whereby one can place himself in such a manner so as to absorb the maximum benefits of the Panchbhootas (the five elements) as well as the influence of magnetic field surrounding the Earth.
Vedic Astrology also known as Jyotisha, is the oldest known astrological system in the world. It has been passed down orally in the Sanskrit language for thousands of years and written down much later by our sages. The positions of the stars, planets, moon and sun at the time of birth influence and affect every part of a person’s life. Just as the sun, moon and planets affect and create the tides in the earth’s oceans, they also affect the tides within each individual.
Veda is a Sanskrit word, which means ‘knowledge’. ‘Vedic’ means ‘of the knowledge’, refers to the original knowledge given by God to humankind. It is the repository of knowledge on Spirituality, Mysteries of creation, Astronomy, Mathematics, Aeronautics, Geology, Agriculture, Ecology, Science and Technology. Veda Mantras are preserved intact in oral tradition since thousands of years by adopting a technique called ashta vikruti : eight variants like Jata, mala..etc. These variants of chanting were designed by rishis to protect the original text in pristine form.
Sanskrit is an ancient and classical language of India and a source of later languages and literature across the world. The first ever book of the world Rigveda was compiled in Sanskrit. The body of Sanskrit literature encompasses a rich tradition of poetry and drama as well as scientific, technical, philosophical and religious texts. Sanskrit continues to be widely used as a ceremonial language in Hindu religious rituals and Buddhist practice in the form of hymns and chants. Sanskrit is gaining importance across the globe with many universities making ‘Sanskrit Language’ a part of their curriculum.
Indian paintings provide an aesthetic continuum that extends from the early civilisation to the present day. From being essentially religious in purpose in the beginning, Indian painting has evolved over the years to become a fusion of various cultures and traditions. The history of Indian Arts dates back to the era of Ajanta, Ellora and other murals. Other famous examples are Buddhist palm leaf manuscripts, the Jain texts and the Deccan, Mughal and Kangra schools. Indian Art namely Tanjore Art, Mysore Art, Gond Art, Kalamkari, Warli Art, Madhubani Art, Kerala Mural Art, Charcoal painting… and many more are very famous in the Art world.
All the classical dances are basically a Prayer Of God. This eternal art has come from none other than the dancing God, ‘Shiva’. There is no doubt that Indian Classical Dances are so deeply ingrained with divine values that they are truly going through a “sadhana”, a way to attain God. The yoga and classical dance traditions of India have been inextricably entwined for millennia. The exacting hand gestures, postures and movements of Indian classical dance can only be achieved through yogic concentration. Conversely, the esthetics, symmetry, and dynamism of dance enhance the practice of yoga.