We offer many services in the fields of Vedic Sciences from offering articles on Yoga, Ayurveda, Vedic Astrology and Hinduism and Indian History in general to the publication of books, Educational Courses for the novice and practitioner alike, as also a range of Yoga, Vedic Astrology and Ayurvedic Consultations, both Online and at our New Zealand location in the South Island city of Christchurch.
Our aim is to create an Ayurvedic Community that has a vision for the Traditional Ayurveda as per the Hindu tradition in all respects, or an Integral Ayurveda, through which we educate the greater community through via our Courses Consultations, Books etc.
We also have a network of Traditional Ayurvedic Practitioners and trainers internationally that we also recommend to our students and members, with also an aim at creating Traditional Ayurvedic Retreats and Training Seminars in India in the near future also, focusing on deeper applications of Yoga, Spiritual Ayurveda and Ayurvedic Astrology, which we find lacking in the greater Ayurvedic and Yoga communities and the masses.
There are several ways in which we spread Traditional Ayurveda with several aims, such as:
-Books on Tradtional Ayurveda, Yoga and the Vedic Sciences
-Articles on Traditional Ayurveda, Yoga and the Vedic Sciences as per the classical texts (samhitas)
-Promoting the importance of Sadhana (spiritual practice) and Agni-Hotra among Ayurveda Practitioners
-Promoting Ayurveda and Yoga schools, organisations and businesses that follow a Traditional Ayurvedic outlook in all respects
-The Integration of Yoga, Jyotisha (Vedic Astrology) and Ayurveda along with the teaching of the Six Darshanas or systems of Hindu Philosophy and Spiritual Ayurveda, Vastu (Indian Feng Shui and Architecture) etc.
-Promoting of reading, writing and understanding the Sanskrit language in the broader Ayurvedic community
-Promoting Vedic Study of texts as the Rig Veda and their various translations relative to Ayurveda, Yoga and other Vedic Sciences
-Promoting Traditional Ayurveda Consultations and also teaching students and clients to embrace traditional Yogic and Ayurvedic thinking as per Charaka and Sushruta, not simply as rigidity in following a system and promotion of traditional views of Shalyatantra (surgery) and Panchakarma (five detoxification methods) in Ayurveda and it's advancements historically
-Promoting an Integral Tantric Ayurveda that encompasses all aspects of deities, their rituals, use of yantras, meditations and such as per their traditional concerns, not superficially or generically
-Creation of a true Ayurvedic Yoga that considers the energetics of all aspects of Asana, Pranayama, Mantra and Dhyana practices of the mind, body and diseases