Holiday Travels offers a number of Ayurveda Panchakarma and Rasayana Packages.
Ayurveda "the knowledge for long life" or ayurvedic medicine is a Hindu system of traditional medicine in India.It literally means the science of life (Ayur = Life, Veda = Science) which is believed to have been passed on to humans from the Gods themselves.The ancient Vedic literature by sages has clearly laid out instructions to maintain health as well as fighting illness through therapies, massages, herbal medicines, diet control and exercise. The earliest literature on Indian medical practice appeared during the Vedic period in India,i.e., in the mid-second millennium BCE. Over the following centuries, ayurvedic practitioners developed a number of medicinal preparations and surgical procedures for the treatment of various ailments.
Ayurveda Rejuvenation Therapy, Anti Aging Treatment & Panchakarma
Rejuvenation means making young again. The term used in Ayurveda texts for the rejuvenation treatment is Rasayanachikilsa or Rasayana therapy. Rasayana is one of the eight branches of Ayurveda. As per an Ayurvedic definition, Rasayana means, that which destroys the old age and disease through the conservation, transformation, and revitalization of energy.
Rasa (Rus) in Sanskrit means juice, essence, emotion etc and ayana means path. Therefore rasayana roughly translates to - The path of the juice. Rasa (Rus) nourishes body, boosts immunity and helps to keep the body and mind in best of health. The main aim of Ayurvedic rejuvenation therapy or rasayana therapy is to restore spirit and vitality and thereby attain longevity.
In this stressful, over-busy and toxic world, our natural health, happiness and the inner sense of well-being are masked by the accumulation of impurities. These impurities or toxins causes deterioration of normal body functioning. A rejuvenation therapy can revitalize senses, detoxify the body, restore good health and young look and even increase resistance to diseases. Ancient Ayurveda texts say that rejuvenation therapy can bring back the youthfulness long after one has past that age and it can also increase the life span by many years. Ayurveda rejuvenation therapy is known to have cured chronic diseases which were otherwise impossible to find treatment for.
Panchakarma - The ayurvedic Rejuvenation Treatment
Panchakarma (pancha meaning five and karma meaning action) is the Ayurvedic rejuvenation treatment practiced today. This therapy is a traditional way of detoxification. Panchakarma is designed to restore the natural state of health and wellness by eliminating the root cause of all diseases. Along with the elimination of disease causing toxins, Panchakarma treatment also replenishes tissues with nourishment, softens and soothes the nerves and bones promoting tranquility of mind and thereby preventing the aging process.
Benefits of Ayurveda Rejuvenation Therapy
Ayurveda Rejuvenation therapy has many benefits. So of the benefits of an Ayurvedic rejuvenation and revitalization therapy are listed below:Rejuvenation keeps body young and agile Preserve health and longevity Increase physical and mental capabilities Improves skin complexion Increase in memory power Increase immunity and Resistances to diseases Increase the sensing capacity of sense organs
Top Ayurvedic Destinations in India
Ayurveda is the soul and essence of Somatheeram, which has been providing Ayurvedic treatment in the traditional way for more than 20 years and has rightfully earned the name ‘The Ayurveda People’.Somatheeram Ayurveda Resort is the world's first ayurvedic resort unique in every aspect. A complete resort with Tradition, Culture, History, Ayurveda, Yoga , Beach and Nature. Take pleasure in the breathtakingly beautiful landscape. Rejuvenate your body and soul with Ayurveda, Yoga and Meditation.
2. Ananda in the Himalayas, Uttarakhand: As the name suggests, the experience too replicates a blissful journey amid the towering and guarding Himalayas. Ananda focuses on an interesting and fruitful blend of Ayurveda and Aromatherapy with contemporary spa technology for complete wellness of the human body. Located 260 kms north of New Delhi, Ananda stands tall around Maharaja's palace estate with the views of the Ganges on one side and the mountain peaks on the other pleasing the tourist's eyes, mind and spirit upon waking up every morning. Yoga pavilions, landscaped gardens, terraces facing a clear sky, spas equipped with hydrotherapy services, a golf course on its Himalayan axle and Rejuvenation Cuisine are some of the many distinguishing features of the resort you can indulge in.
Ayurveda, yoga and meditation: European and Thai treatments are employed in the spa boutiques here at Ananda. The Viceregal Hall is the quaint hillside garden that doubles as a refuge post an exhaustive yoga session. Marvel at the breathtaking panorama as you sip on the Himalayan tea. For couples, the Kama Suite with steam shower and exclusive massage facilities can surely add a sensual flavour to the Ayurveda tour. The Ayurvedic treatments are fashioned according to the Himalayan conditions. Use of less oil, slow and synchronised massages and regulation of a nutritious diet go into the making of customised treatments for guests under the supervision of physicians and therapists. An aftercare programme is planned for the benefit of the client at the last leg of the Ayurveda trip.
3. Devaaya, The Ayurveda and Nature Cure Centre, Goa: If beaches and nightlife are the first things that come to mind upon hearing Goa, then probably it's time to widen your horizon. As much as it is a 'party' destination, Goa as a city has carved an identity that appreciates art, culture and holistic living. And speaking of holistic living, the city has emerged as one of the potential tourist spots on the map of Ayurveda tourism in India. Coconut palms swinging to the rhythm of the breeze and the Mandovi River flowing alongside one of the islands in Goa complete the scenery at Devaaya Ayurveda Centre in Goa. Naturopathy becomes a way of life at this
Ayurvedic paradise that brings together the essential elements of 'Panchakarma' treatments with yoga, meditation, music, lifestyle correction, diet planning and medicines for tourists. The centre has been designed on the science of 'Vaastu Shastra' that adds to the harmony of the overall rejuvenation process.
4. Kairali Ayurvedic Health Village, Kerala: The captivating beauty of the Western Ghats and the rich flora define the picturesque town of Palakkad in Kerala which is home to the Kairali Ayurvedic Health Resort.
5. The Leela, Udaipur: The city of lakes and palaces, The Leela's ESPA Spa is yet another hot spot for Ayurvedic retreat. The 'haveli' style architecture of spas, tents done up in shades of royalty and opulence and the welcoming gardens contribute to the development of a relaxed mind and soul of the human body. They provide rom hot stone massages, facials, yoga and meditation, The Leela also features private yoga studio for visitors & there is a range of Ayurvedic resorts available for spa travellers, from more relaxed, to 5-star properties. Ayurveda tourism is growing dramatically in India; both for pure Ayurvedic treatments as well as Ayurvedic-inspired experiences.
6.Manaltheeram Ayurveda Beach Village, located at about 9 kms from Kovalam and 21 kms from Trivandrum city, is located along the inclines of a hill overlooking the sea. A sister concern of the famous Somatheeram Ayurveda Resort, Manaltheeram offers an extravaganza for the body, mind and soul.
First and foremost, visiting this beautiful place presents an opportunity to take advantage of Ayurveda, an ancient medical practice followed in India. With its specially prescribed massages and therapies all the stress and worry will simply wash away. Manaltheeram also provides therapies which are effective in treating various conditions such as arthritis, rheumatism, paralysis and many more.
Yoga, the art of reflecting and understanding is something which every individual should know and learn about. Manaltheeram conducts classes on Yoga in an effort to heal the soul as well, thus completing the healing process set in motion by an Ayurvedic treatment.