Ayurveda, Mother of Healing, is the oldest form of medicine that exists on earth being practiced for more than 5000 years. Ayurveda the science of life (Ayur = life, Veda = science), is the traditional medicine and health system of the Indies and represents one of the most important and holistic systems of medicine in the world. Being the science of self healing, Ayurveda aspires to relieve illness and promote physical and psychological well-being; however, his supreme goal is, as in Yoga, Self Realization. Its purpose is to help us access the state of health and harmony, Arogya which is the basis necessary to pursue the 4 goals of life: Artha (prosperity), Kama (joy), Dharma (recognition, vocation or career) and Moksha (liberation from the cycle of life and death). At the same time she shows us how we can use the state of health to be able to pursue the main purpose of life liberation (Moksha) Ayurveda and Yoga basically have the same cosmology: both presuppose the existence of a superior, transcendental, infinite and immortal Self that is expressed by this creation and by this universe. Both sciences have the same goal: the knowledge of Self. As a result, Ayurveda is often referred to as the therapeutic side of Yoga and Yoga is considered the spiritual side of Ayurveda. Yoga and Ayurveda are sister sciences Ayurveda is considered the healing branch of yoga and yoga is considered the spiritual side of Ayurveda. In its appearance, Ayurveda is a natural alternative remedy that offers herbs and a change of diet to achieve a state of health. Its deeper aspect is directly related to Yoga and its techniques that work with energies and subtle channels of energy (such as asanas, breathing exercises, chanting or repetition of mantras and meditation). Yoga uses asanas for example, to create a flow of energy that allows the expansion of our consciousness. Therapeutic Yoga and Ayurveda use the same flow of energy for the healing of certain health conditions and to eliminate certain blockages.