Whatever options offered by Yoga Veda UK that you choose to enhance your own wellbeing, remember that progress towards balance and health is proportioned to how well you stick to the advice and guidelines provided.
Yoga Veda UK will take into consideration your prakriti (genetic constitution), diet, lifestyle, medical history and your current vikruti (balance/imbalance).
Old habits die hard and your changes may be gradual, however, you will be supported and guided every step of the way to achieve progress.
The Definition of a Healthy Person
समदोषः समाग्निश्च समधातुमलक्रियः |
प्रसन्नात्मेन्द्रियमनाः स्वस्थ इत्यभिधीयते ||४१||
Samadosha Samagnishcha Sama Dhata Mala Kriya.
Prassanna atma indriya manah swastha iti abhideyate
An individual that maintains a balanced state of the main elements of the body (including dosha and dhatu), adequate digestion (agni), proper excretion (mala kriya), blissful condition of soul (atma), satisfied senses (indriyan) and a happy state of mind (manas) is called a swasthya or healthy person. Sourced from : Sushruta sutra, Chapter 15, verse 41