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Ayurvedic consultations by phone with Dr. Vijay Jain and personal consults with Janice George are available. To make an appointment, contact email@example.com.
According to Ayurveda, seasonal rhythms have important influences on our biological cycles. Each season expresses characteristics of a specific Dosha. Autumn and early winter is Vata time with cold, dry and windy weather. The hot, moist summer expresses the qualities of Pitta, while the cold and wet weather of late winter and spring are expressions of Kapha in the environment.
During autumn and early winter – September – December – is the Vata season. This is a time during which people are prone to symptoms of arthritis and rheumatism. It is recommended that individuals eat warm, oily and hearty meals like beans and whole grains to lubricate they system and keep it hydrated, helping to counter the dryness of the Vata season.
Ayurveda teaches that routine detoxification can be precious for maintaining good health during seasonal changes. At our Center, our programs are designed for maintenance of good health, catered to the individual and closely monitored by Dr. Jain.
We have space available in our upcoming Mind Body Rejuvenation/Ayurvedic Detoxification Programs on September 24 – October 1, 2017 and November 5- November 12, 2017.Mind Body Rejuvenation Program\Ayurvedic Detoxification Explore the Mind Body Wellness Center