Practices for Physical and Mental Wellbeing from CGH Earth Wellness

Namaskaram,

We hope you and your family are safe and in good health.

It’s important to maintain good physical, mental, and spiritual wellbeing during this COVID-19 pandemic. The doctors at CGH Earth Ayurveda’s Kalari Rasayana and Kalari Kovilakom have compiled essential ayurvedic practices that you can follow in the safety of your home for good wellbeing. Practices such as sunbathing and earthing (walking barefoot on the earth) are advised by our doctors. To know more, please download and refer to the PDFs and keep positive during this unprecedented health crisis.

Ayurveda Practices for Mental and Physical Wellbeing

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Ayurvedic Guidelines for Healthy Eating Habits

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Updates

Update as on March 13th, 2020 - Action Plan COVID-19 Pandemic - steps taken by CGH Earth.

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As on March 17th, 2020 - Having already implemented these measures, it has become necessary to take the next logical step to ensure full and complete sanitisation. We have also received a directive from the Health Department to temporarily close our Ayurveda and Naturopathy Wellness Clinics till the end of March 2020 as a precaution. We have therefore decided to not admit wellness patients or take bookings at CGH Earth’s Kalari Kovilakom and Kalari Rasayana, from March 17th, 2020 to April 1st, 2020.

Update as on March 25th, 2020 - Government of India has declared a lockdown from March 25th, 2020 to April 14th, 2020 (3 weeks).

Update as on April 14th, 2020 – Government of India has extended the lockdown from April 14th, 2020 to May 3rd, 2020.

(Please check back for updates)

Yoga Asanas

Greeva Sanchalana to improve neck mobility by SwaSwara, CGH Earth

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Ardha Kati Chakrasan - SwaSwara, CGH Earth

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Greeva Sanchalana to improve neck mobility by SwaSwara, CGH Earth

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Meditation

Pranayama

Ardha Kati Chakrasan - SwaSwara, CGH Earth

The name for this asana, Ardha Kati Chakrasan is derived from the Sanksrit words ardha meaning half; kati meaning ‘waist’, and ‘chakra’ which means ‘wheel’. We bend and form a half wheel or half-moon posture with our arm and waist stretched to its fullest towards the side.

The arc formed in this asana relaxes the sides of the body, eases the flow of breath, removes stiffness in the thighs, hips and waist and improves flexibility. It also relieves pain in the lower back and tones your abdominal muscles, besides trimming excess fat from the waist.

Daily practice helps you realize the benefits of yoga and Ayurveda

Greeva Sanchalana to improve neck mobility by SwaSwara, CGH Earth

The physical and emotional well-being of the body benefits greatly from a healthy mind. The reverse is also true - if the mind is weak, the body becomes weak. Unfortunately, people right now are bogged down by anxiety and fear. And it’s lowering our immunity against infections, besides limiting our lifestyle. The practice of Yoga and breathing techniques calms nerves and helps you build a robust immune system - thus ensuring that both aspects of health are in alignment for your well-being. The team at SwaSwara has put together a video on two Yoga asanas, Vakrasana and Marjariasana or cat pose, which you can practice in the comfort of your own home. Regular practice of Yoga centres you and clears your mind of negativity, bringing peace to your inner self and keeping your body in the best shape to fight illness. Always remember - one day at a time!