With Vitor Ramos
Ayurvedic medicine is one of the world's oldest holistic healing systems. Has a rich history dating back over 3,000 years in India. At its core, Ayurveda is grounded in the fundamental belief that true health and wellness are intricately linked to the delicate equilibrium between the mind, body, and spirit. Unlike many modern medical systems that primarily focus on treating diseases, Ayurveda's primary objective is to foster and maintain good health. It's a proactive approach that emphasises prevention and balance, rather than reacting to ailments as they arise.
However, Ayurvedic treatments can also be tailored to address specific health concerns, offering a holistic perspective on promoting well-being and addressing the root causes of health issues. This ancient system of medicine continues to provide valuable insights into maintaining a harmonious state of being.
Ayurveda Practitioner specialising in emotional wellness, stress relief, and health regulation
Vitor is an Ayurveda practitioner specialising in emotional wellness, stress relief, and health regulation. He has been working with Yoga and Ayurveda, since 2003 and 2014 respectively, with courses in Brazil and India. On a holistic approach, he helps people to develop emotional, physical, and spiritual health by treating the effects of excess stress. His clients learn to recognize their body type, according to Ayurveda principles. They benefit from knowledge on how to regulate their routine, practices for detoxifying, nutrition, and physical exercises according to their body type. They learn to release unwanted emotional burdens and connect with
positive emotions that will strengthen their immune system and health. In addition to sustaining a happy, light, abundant mental state, in connection with one's vital force and that of the Universe.
The focus of Vitor's work is to help people with the most common problems in society related to emotional overload, such as living under pressure, worries, unbalanced routines, stagnation, anxiety, procrastination, excess obligations, and stimuli. His clients learn to recognise their body type, according to Ayurveda principles which could be one of the 3 types: Vata, Pitta, or Kapha.
At your Ayurvedic consultation, be prepared to share about yourself. Ayurveda focuses on balance in
life, and during this session, the practitioner will use different methods to assess your body and delve
into your personal and medical background. This information will help them create a customized plan
for your well-being.
Abhyanga massage therapy is a traditional practice that involves the application of warm herbal oils to
the body. This ancient form of massage is performed with a specific intention – to follow the direction
of arterial blood movement. Increased circulation helps in the delivery of oxygen and nutrients to
various tissues, supporting their optimal functioning. Beyond its circulatory benefits, Abhyanga massage therapy offers relief from pain and stiffness. The warm herbal oils used during the massage penetrate deep into the muscles, relaxing them and reducing tension. In addition to the physical benefits, Abhyanga is renowned for its ability to de-stress the mind and body. This can alleviate mental tension and promote a sense of relaxation, making it an excellent choice for those seeking both physical and mental rejuvenation. It's deeply rooted in Ayurveda, a traditional Indian system of medicine. It is believed to help correct imbalances in the body's vital energies, known as Doshas.
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