Ayurvedic Prana Chikitsa
Ayurvedic Prana Chikitsa
Ayurvedic Prana Chikitsa at CHH has been suspended due to the Covid-19 situation.
We are looking forward to seeing you again at CHH for Ayurvedic Prana Chikitsa as soon as possible.
In Ayurveda, the oldest system of healing still practiced, our experience of wellbeing is directly related to the energetics and biochemistry sustaining and harmonizing our body, mind, and spirit/consciousness. Prana is a Sanskrit word used to describe this biological masterwork. Prana is our vital energy. It governs our gross body movement as well as the processes of motion within our body, mind, and consciousness. For example, Prana relates to our respiration as well as the changes within our mental and emotional states.
Seasonal changes, life transitions, unsustainable methods of managing stress, worry and anxiety are a few root causes of misdirected Prana within our body, mind, and consciousness. However, we often to do not notice subtle signs of imbalance until we experience physical, mental, or emotional hinderances within our wellbeing.
Ayurvedic treatments for imbalances within the body, mind, consciousness are defined by various forms of Chikitsa. Chikitsa literally means inquiry, investigation, or exploration in Sanskrit; however, it is used in the Charaka Samhita, a Vedic medical text, to describe any method of addressing and treating disease within the body.
Ayurvedic Prana Chikitsa is a method of redirecting prana within our body to reestablish a sustainable since of wellbeing. When our vital energy is directed appropriately for our individual needs new healthy and revitalizing habits can take root.
Sessions consists of completing an inquiry based form prior to appointment so a treatment plan can be created to address your specific concerns. During the session, different hand positions are placed over vital energy points while you relax on a table. Additional sensory elements such as aromatherapy, lepana (herbal paste), nasya oil (medicated nasal drops), yantras (geometric shapes used for meditation), mantras, or mudras may be included in your treatment plan for the session. You can expect to feel relaxed and possibly to connect to a meditative awareness during your 45 min. session.
Ayurvedic Prana Chikitsa is used to help manage pain, anxiety, depression, nervous disorders. It is also used as a way to rejuvenate during seasonal and life transitions.
Sessions are $70. Half payment is due and non-refundable when Inquiry form is completed to prepare an optimal treatment plan and session.
For more information or to set up an initial consultation with Julie for Ayurvedic Counseling, Ayurvedic Prana Chilitsa, or to reserve a space in one of her monthly Ayurvedic Lifestyle classes please call us at 336-841-4307