Yes, it is a safe place to stay during current COVID - 19 situations. It is a Government of Kerala approved Ayurveda center, under the clinical establishment Act.It works observing all Covid protocols.
Yes. All staffs are vaccinated.
Yes. We have two qualified Ayurveda Doctors.
Yes. We have a qualified female Ayurveda Doctor.
We have qualified and experienced Female and Male Therapists
Our Doctor’s examined the Guests and decides on the treatments and food. We serve only doctor prescribed food during treatment.
We offer all types of Ayurveda treatments, based on the doshas of the guest.
No. The retreat will not allow any intoxicating drinks and smoking.
You can contact our front office or General Manager, Mr. John, Phone : +91471 2266244, +91471 2266344, +91 85930 40105 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for any query.
We offer treatments for several life style and chronic deceases.
We offer treatments for Stress Relief, Sleeplessness (insomnolence),Joint disorders and pains, Spondylitis,sGastric problems, arthritis, paralysis, back and neck pain,Weight reduction, Psoriasis etc.
The treatment period varies depending on the ailment. The usual treatments are for 3 days, 5 days, 7 days, 14 days and 21 days.
Our packages are full board, which includes accommodation, treatment, consultation, doctor prescribed food, medicines during treatment period and yoga. We also offer other facilities based on the package.
Apart from Ayurveda treatment and Ayurveda vegetarian diet, we provide daily consultation with our doctor, detailed consultation before and after treatment, daily yoga, airport pick-up and drop, high speed internet,money exchange, site seeing on request etc.
An experienced management team on-site makes sure that everything runs smoothly with impeccablequality of our services. We have implemented various quality assurance processes which are monitored by our Ananda team. Guest feedbacksin the Trip Advisor vouch for the same.
You will get free Wi-Fi access in the entire property.
No, you can arrive and depart on any day of the week. Treatment can also be started on any day of the week.
From February to May, there would be summer in Kerala (24 to 34 degrees celsius / 75 to 93 fahrenheit). The monsoon will come between June and September (22 to 28 degree celsius/ 72 to 82 degree fahrenheit)
All our villas and rooms are Air-conditioned.
Trivandrum International Airport is the nearest Air Port.
Yes. We will arrange pick up and drop from the Air-port.
For packages above 7 days, pick up and drop are free from Trivandrum International Airport.
Please make confirmation of your flight and inform our front desk at least one day before arrival, our staffs will take care of your smooth arrival and check in.
Yes, we have a swimming pool.
We accept Euro, Dollar and Indian Currency.
We have the facility for changing Foreign Currency to Indian Rupees.
All major credit cards such as Visa, Master are accepted at the retreat.
Ayurveda, the knowledge of life and longevity, is the oldest and most comprehensive scientific discipline, a complete health care system or healing system that was preached, practiced and documented in the ancient times by omniscient sages.
Ayurveda’s ingredients are simply the basic building blocks of the universe itself. The 5 great elements of Ayurveda are: (PanchaMahaBhootas) – Space (Akash), Air (Vayu), Fire (Tejas), Water (Ap) and Earth (Prithvi). Shake up the 5 elements and you have the recipe for creating this universe in all its entirety and variety.
Ayurveda treats the root cause of disease and allopathic methods treat symptoms. Ayurveda goes after the root cause which will have a more longstanding effect.
There are many treatments in the Ayurvedic toolbox for rebalancing health. They include: a. Lifestyle changes like going to bed at a regular time b. Diet changes like eating more warm foods or oils or greens c. Herbs – in many forms, loose powder, capsules, teas, medicated ghee/oil, tincturesand honey. d. Body treatments e. PanchaKarma – deep cleansing and rejuvenation process f. Yoga, Meditation g. Aromatherapy, Color Therapy
Ayurveda treatments are mainly decided on the basis of Doshas
Vatha, Pitha and Kapha are the main Doshas as per Ayurveda.
Vatha is the combination of ether and air. It is responsible for all the movements of human body-subtle and gross.
Fire represents Pitha. Pitha is responsible for digestion and absorption.
Water and earth combine to form kapha.Kapha is responsible for strength and immunity.
Panchakarma is a method of cleansing all the accumulated toxins from the body by 5 different treatment procedures. Panchakarma are 5 (five) in number; hence the term PANCHA (five) – KARMA (procedures). Panchakarma treatment is unique in the sense that it includes preventive, curative and promotive actions for various diseases.
Panchakarma consists of fivetreatments 1)Vamana-Medicated emesis 2)Virechana-Medicated purgation 3)Anuvasanavasti-Enema with medicated oil/Niruhavasti-Enema with medicinal decoction 4)Nasayam-Errhine procedure 5)Raktha moksha-Blood letting treatment
Prakriti means innate nature, character or the physical constitution or disposition of a person. According to Ayurvedic principles, from birth to death, doshas influence a person’s health and physical makeup in a positive or negative way. The concentration levels and preponderance of each dosha, in an individual, is believed to be genetically determined. Therefore, doshas, in different permutations and combinations, constitute the very nature or disposition of a person. This is known as Prakriti or ShariraPrakriti.
Ayurveda is a Sanskrit word. It literally means the science of life. Ayurveda is not merely the compendium of ‘disease’ and its management. Life is a vast and all-encompassing phenomenon that includes death.
Ayurveda and Yoga are sister sciences. They work harmoniously together to deliver a sound body, a pure mind and a free spirit. In India, for maximum results, there is a long-standing tradition of practicing both yoga and Ayurveda together.
Ayurveda is a very effective health and wellness system that is being recognized more and more across the globe. It is one of the primary healthcare systems in India, and it has been used for thousands of years to treat all sorts of ailments and disorders. Its full effectiveness depends on various considerations, including the age and state of health of the individual, how much effort they are willing to put into making the necessary changes toward better health, and how compliant they are with taking their formulas and following the recommended guidelines. Since an Ayurvedic regimen is very individualized, its results will depend on individual factors as well, and on follow-up treatments. Adjustments and close supervision are necessary to obtain optimal results.