Ayurveda and Yoga are Sanskrit words, (ayur) meaning life, (veda) meaning science or knowledge and (yoga) means to unite. These universal concepts are the philosophies of sages which originated thousands of years ago in the East but still apply to our lives today. Ann Holaday tells the story of her discovery of Ayurveda and Yoga and of her passion to inspire every man woman and child all over the world to go back to the true nature of being human through this knowledge. There will be an explanation of the Vedic theory of creation, the law of karma and the qualities of matter, concepts which lay the foundation for the series. Ayurveda is a natural, holistic medical system recognized by WHO. Ann Holaday and her guest Dr Raghavan will discuss exactly what this means, how Ayurveda differs from modern medicine and how its principles can be adopted to prevent disease and maintain good health. ATAY intends to form a global community by making the science of life a way of life. Join the conversation.

Introduction To Ayurveda & Yoga

Ann Holaday, an ayurvedic practitioner and owner director of According To Ayurveda & Yoga introduces herself and gives a brief explanation of the origins and history of Ayurveda and Yoga. www.ataytv.com

Evolution of the Five Elements

Sankhya philosophy explains evolution of matter from the merging of Prakriti (base substance) and Purusha (consciousness) to the five elements (pancha (five) mahubhutas (elements). According To Ayurveda & Yoga www.ataytv.com

GUNAS - Qualities of the Five Elements

The qualities or GUNAS of the five elements are Ether, Air, Fire, Water and Earth are explained in detail. According To Ayurveda & Yoga www.ataytv.com

Twenty Qualities of Matter - GUNAS

It is the five elements which give matter its characteristics. These are the GUNAS and there are twenty or ten pairs recognized in ayurveda. Each GUNA has an opposite quality. According To Ayurveda & Yoga www.ataytv.com


The five elements, Ether, Air, Fire, Water and Earth are in everything which is physical. Space has no material qualities and the other four elements have simply denser qualities of space. According To Ayurveda & Yoga www.ataytv.com

Panchabhootam - Earth, Air, Water, Fire & Space - A multimedia musical, dance production

Panchabhootam is a unique theatrical production that brings together Indian music and Classical dance, accentuated by stunning mutimedia visuals, depicting the five elements of nature - Earth, Air, Water, Space and Fire. It was performed to a house full audience at the Roswell Cultural Arts Center in Atlanta.

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