Ayurved shares many principles with the Darshan shastras, the two main being Sankhya and Yog Drashan.
Ayurved stresses upon importance of Panchkarma for Sharir shuddhi while Yog implies the use of Shatkarmas. Shatkarmas work on the mind and the body and Panchkarmas work at the minutest cell level in the body and so are Sukshma Srotogami. The body and the mind are interconnected and cannot be separated from each other.
Here, Chitta means Mann on a broader aspect, however it has a deeper meaning. To let go and overcome the desires of the Mann to attain Moksha is Yog.The Mann has three properties namely Satva (quality) Raja and Tama (doshas).Yog mainly works to reduce Raja and Tama and increase Satva. Yog accelerates the power of the mind by using Asanas and techniques as a tool to strengthen the body in turn to empower the mind and finally attain Moksha. The great sage and physician Charakacharya mentioned Yog as "Moksha pravartaka".
The body has three Doshas viz. Vata, Pitta and Kapha. When balanced they make/ nourish the body ; when imbalanced they destroy the body via various diseases. Panchkarma works at this level to always maintain the Dosh equilibrium.
Whatever occurs in the surroundings certainly has a similar profound effect in the body. In turn, doshas get vitiated and the physical, mental well-being is disturbed (the Sharir houses the Mana).
Sankhya darshan has charted out the existence and origin of Panchmahabhutas from Avyakta, Mahat, Ahankar, Buddhi Mann etc.
All of the above proves that finally Mann and Sharir are inseparable and so is Ayurved and Yog shastra.