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Knowledge is Power: Understanding your biology, physiology, and the workings of your brain and mind helps you take control of your health, helping you to be healthier and happier.



"Osteopathy (also called osteopathic medicine) relies on manual contact for diagnosis and treatment.  It respects the relationship of body, mind and spirit in health and disease; it lays emphasis on the structural and functional integrity of the body and the body's intrinsic tendency for self-healing.​

Osteopathic practitioners use a wide variety of therapeutic manual techniques to improve physiological function and/or support homeostasis that has been altered by somatic (body framework) dysfunction, i.e. impaired or altered function of related components of the somatic system; skeletal, arthrodial and myofascial structures; and related vascular, lymphatic, and neural elements. Osteopathic practitioners use their understanding of the relationship between structure and function to optimize the body’s self-regulating, self-healing capabilities. This holistic approach to patient care and healing is based on the concept that a human being is a dynamic functional unit, in which all parts are interrelated and which possesses its own self-regulatory and self-healing mechanisms."


René Pelletier, M.Sc., D.O.

Ayurvedic Yoga Therapy


Ayurvedic yoga therapy is an  integrative therapeutic approach that addresses the health issue in a multi dimensional  way, helping in elevating the specific conditions through a sequence of  restorative yoga therapy postures, yoga postures that  aim to help specific health issue, pranayama, mudra, marmani ( point of energy or meridian) along with a  change in the diet and life style to the individual with an objective of achieving perfect harmony in body and mind.  


This integrative therapeutic approach is a self-empowering process, which help us recognise our specific needs and how we can promote a perfect health through yogic principles( yoga postures, pranayama, meditation, mudra , mantra) specifically tailored for our individualise need and private one on one settings.


Whereas traditional Yoga is primarily concerned with personal transformation for the "normal" or healthy individual, this integrated therapeutic approach aims at the holistic treatment of various kinds of psychological or somatic dysfunctions ranging from back problems to emotional distress. Both approaches, however, share an understanding of the human being as an integrated body-mind system, which can function optimally only when there is a state of dynamic balance.


Ayurvedic yoga therapy is done in an individualise and private one on one settings.


Bita Bitajian ERYT-500, Ayurvedic Yoga Therapist and Ayurvedicyoga Specialist

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