​​​​​​Houston Yoga & Ayurveda Ashram
Healing through the Wisdom of Yoga & Ayurveda

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Houston Yoga and Ayurveda Ashram Inc.is not a licensed medical facility. Employees of the  Center are not trained or licensed as physicians in medical diagnosis or treatment. You are encouraged to discuss any Ayurveda herbal supplements or Yoga therapies you consider with your medical doctor in advance of using them.

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At Houston Yoga & Ayurveda we educate you to the ancient Theory of Ayurveda and Yoga Therapy that provides a naturopathic, holistic answer to pain management that eludes Western medicine.​​

Try our PAIN AWAY THERAPY may consist of:

A brief consultation wife life style questionnaire
​An marma (accupressure) Pain relieving Massage and Swedana Steam Therapy.
A session of Pranayama breathing techniques focusing on pain relief is provided that can be adhered to at home as well. 
A Neuro Sensory Pain Resonance will help localize the pain through this unique pain management system.  This is very effective against Arthritis too. Please note that the Ayurvedic Practitioner will customize and vary this plan to your specific developing needs. Any herbs, yoga packages, additional treatments or materials may be extra. 

Don't forget to call 281 256 8461 or email healing@houston-yoga-ayurveda.com to schedule your appointment.​

Pain can have a serious impact on your quality and enjoyment of life by interfering with your daily activities.

In many cases pain can develop from an insignificant discomfort or inflammation that goes untreated, but might be causing harm to joints, muscles, nerves, tendons, or bones. This can be caused by bad posture, lack of adequate nutrition or exercise, stress, toxicity, physical trauma, or hereditary factors. Chronic and acute pain can both dominate your life and be debilitating.

We offer non-invasive, effective acupuncture, marma (acupressure) and naturopathic treatments designed to reduce pain, regain mobility and reclaim quality of life. 

Indications for musculoskeletal pain include, but are not limited to:

Back Pain
Joint Pain 
Knee Pain
Myalgia (acute or chronic muscle pain)
Headaches and Migraines
Lumbago (low back pain)
Myofascial Pain Syndrome
Neck Pain
Post-Surgery Pain
Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI)
Shoulder Pain
Sports injuries

Naturopathic Pain Management

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