Panchakarma is a system of cleansing the body via the use of herbs, treatments, and dietary and lifestyle changes. These are hands-on, revitalising approaches that remove physiological stress and poisons from the body. Revealing the underlying natural state of perfect health that everyone possesses. In Panchakarma Sydney we provide Panchkarma Treatment 3 times in a day.
To enable each cell to “remember” what it feels like to be healthy, we have to create a specific internal environment. Each body treatment reduces metabolic rate, promotes deep relaxation, and gives a luxurious sensation. From here, the medications and therapies will bind to toxins (Ama) in the deep tissues and transport them to the GI tract. Where we will eliminate them using the proper purification process, such as enema or purgation.
Establishing and maintaining a condition of profound transcendental calm allows the dynamic forcefulness of the medicines and therapies. To operate around this calm centre, similar to how the eye of a cyclone maintains silence and calm as gale force winds swirl around it.
On a deep cellular level, this state of profound and heightened internal awareness promotes a cascade of spontaneous healing in which we let go of our stress, worries, emotions, and physiological cellular memories of illness.
At Ayurhealthcare, what does a typical Panchakarma day entail?
In Panchakarma Sydney, there is no such thing as a “one-size-fits-all” treatment. Treatments are tailoring to each person’s constitution, state of health, daily routine, and financial constraints. During your initial consultation, we will determine this.
To begin, you meet with a practitioner for a brief consultation to assess your progress, after which they prescribes your treatment plan for the day.
Begin after a brief consultation with your practitioner to assess your progress and recommend a treatment plan for the day.
Foot Bath (Pada Prakshana) – immersing the feet in medicinal water to relax and calm the body at first.
Abhyanga is a rhythmic massage that uses medicinal oils to help the body rid itself of impurities.
Sweating Treatments – Using warm herbal poultices (Pinda Sveda) or pouring medicated water over the body. In a rhythmic pattern (Parishek) can open up the pores and allow the toxins to release.
External Basti – To nourish and release muscular-skeletal and organ imbalances, construct a “well” form out of dough . To hold warm therapeutic oil over critical regions of the body such as the spine, knees, heart, liver, kidneys, and more.
Prepare lunch at home with the help of Ayurhealthcare’s recipes.
Treatments in the afternoon:
Takradhara or Shirodhara is a technique in which we pour medicinal buttermilk or warm medicated oil over the head. In a rhythmic motion to calm the mind, relieve tension, and remind the cells of their perfect health, among other benefits.
After you’ve completed your Takra/Shiro Dhara series, you can begin eye treatments. Which involve holding medicated ghee over your eyes to increase eyesight and minimise eye problems.
You can rest by strolling, meditating, listening to music, or spending time with family by mid-afternoon.
With the help of Ayurhealthcare’s recipes, prepare a light and early dinner.
Your technician will come to your home to help you go asleep by applying a light oil to your head and massaging your feet. You will also undergo nourishing oil enemas later in your PK programme. To gently flush out the toxins that have accumulated in your GI tract.
(Bedtime treatment can be done without a technician; the patient can do it on their own.)
Is Panchakarma difficult or difficult?
When pampering is done on a daily basis, it’s mostly absolute happiness, relaxation, and luxury.
The release of stress and emotions from the body may be unpleasant, but the end result is fantastic.
When is the most beneficial time to practise Panchakarma?
Our senses are typically so saturate with external inputs that we are unable to get a meaningful experience of ourselves. Panchakarma awakens the senses on the inside, allowing us to perceive deeper aspects of ourselves.
For both male and females, the most essential time to practise PK is before pregnancy. This is critical because the physiology of the sperm and ovum at the time of conception will pass down to the offspring’s health.
Panchakarma can last three, five, seven, nine, eleven, fifteen, twenty-one, or twenty-three days.