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Kerala Ayurveda Life

Kerala Ayurveda Life brings the essence of traditional Kerala Ayurvedic touch to the heart of Delhi. Established in 2018, we bring the authentic Panchakarma treatment to treat various health concerns and help manifest a disease free Life.






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Heal your mind and body with our treatments. We, Kerala Ayurveda Life is making people’s lives happy and healthy through authentic Kerala Ayurvedic therapy. By offering the most indulgent ayurvedic service and by setting the highest standards in quality of products & services in all its centres, we have earned the trust and confidence of a large number of customers globally.

Kerala Ayurveda Life, a unit of DART Global Solutions Pvt Limited is owned and managed by Dr Dominic Joseph who is actively involved in various social activities after completing 25 years of government service. Presently, he is the President of the World Malayalee Council India Region. Dr. Dominic Joseph started this Ayurveda clinic as part of his long-cherished dream to set up a Kerala Traditional Ayurvedic treatment center in the capital city in its true spirit and ethics. In 2018, an Ayurvedic Centre was started in Neemrana, Rajasthan and later it was shifted to New Delhi.

By absorbing the authentic extracts of the Ayurvedic traditions of Kerala, we extend our hatchway as an ultimate solution for steroid-free treatments.

Through the blending of medicinal herbs and conventional treatment practices, Kerala Ayurveda Life ensures a smooth and long-term recovery of almost all illness. We always promote extensive recovery through Panchakarma and other Ayurvedic treatments.

By keeping our values and mottos, we provide effective and accurate treatment methods. We are equipped with highly qualified and versatile professionals.

We are expertise in Panchakarma, Depression, Blood Pressure, Bronchitis, Constipation, Bulimia, Digestive/Gastric Disorders, Disc Prolapse, Dermatitis, Overall body strength, Gout, Insomnia, Joint & Muscle Pain, Kidney Stone, Liver Disorder, Migrains, Osteoporosis, Paralysis, Parkinsons, Piles and Ulcers. The treatment gives to the above conditions is customised to that particular individual as per the severity and living habit. We are mainly focused on different detoxification processes including Panchakarma treatments.

Basic Principles of Ayurveda

Kerala Ayurveda is a traditional system of medicine that originated in the Indian state of Kerala. It has deep roots in the ancient Ayurvedic texts, such as Charaka Samhita and Sushruta Samhita and has evolved over centuries. Here are some basic principles of Kerala Ayurveda:

1. Pancha Mahabhutas (Five Elements): Kerala Ayurveda, like classical Ayurveda, is based on the concept of Pancha Mahabhutas, which are the five fundamental elements—earth, water, fire, air and ether. According to Ayurveda, the human body is composed of three doshas: Vata, Pitta and Kapha.

2. Sapta Dhatus (Seven Tissues):
Ayurveda recognizes seven tissues in the body, known as dhatus. These are Rasa (plasma), Rakta (blood), Mamsa (muscle), Meda (fat), Asthi (bone), Majja (marrow) and Shukra (reproductive tissue). Proper balance and nourishment of these tissues are crucial for overall health.

Adopting Ayurvedic Lifestyle

Adopting an Ayurvedic lifestyle involves incorporating principles from Ayurveda, an ancient system of medicine that originated in India. Ayurveda focuses on achieving balance and harmony in the body, mind and spirit to promote overall well-being. Here are some key aspects to consider when adopting an Ayurvedic lifestyle:

1.Know Your Dosha:
Ayurveda categorizes individuals into three doshas – Vata, Pitta and Kapha

2. Balanced Diet:
Follow a diet that balances your dosha. 

3. Eating Mindfully:
Pay attention to your eating habits. Eat in a calm environment, chew your food thoroughly and avoid overeating. 

4. Herbal Remedies:
Incorporate Ayurvedic herbs and spices into your diet.

5. Daily Routine (Dinacharya):
Establish a daily routine that aligns with natural circadian rhythms.

6. Yoga and Exercise:
Choose exercises that complement your dosha.

7. Mind-Body Connection:
Ayurveda recognizes the strong connection between the mind and body. 

8. Detoxification (Panchakarma):
Consider periodic detoxification processes, known as Panchakarma, to eliminate toxins from the body. 

9. Environment and Lifestyle:
Create a living environment that aligns with your dosha. 

10. Ayurvedic Practitioner:
Consult with an Ayurvedic practitioner to get personalized advice.

Remember that Ayurveda is a holistic approach to health and adopting its principles involves a combination of dietary, lifestyle and mental well-being practices. 


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