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Ayurveda translates into English as the Science of Life
(Ayur - life, veda - science). Ayurveda is the oldest and most developed life science of natural healing in the world. Life is the outcome of the union of body (Sharir), sense organs (Indriya), Psyche (Mana) and Soul (Atma).

Ayurveda is the medical side of yoga. It's India's traditional natural healing system, which has been practiced for over 5,000 years.Ayurvedic medicine is particularly effective for metabolic, stress related, and chronic conditions. Treatments are also very helpful in relieving the effects of surgery and debilitating treatments such as chemotherapy. Other popular uses of ayurveda are for general rejuvenation and beauty care.

Ayurvedic resorts have become popular destinations for relaxation and rejuvenation in India, while ayurvedic hospitals cater for people seeking ayurvedic treatment for more serious health problems.

The spa industry in India has seen some phenomenal growth in recent years. Kerala, with its ayurvedic roots, has emerged as a hot destination for spa tourism. You'll also find some wonderfully refreshing destination spas in the mountains, and enticing resort spas in India.

As well as skin treatments and massages, most spas in India have now evolved to include a number of different therapies, such as reflexology, hydrotherapy, aromatherapy, and meditation. All you need to do is lie back and enjoy being pampered

The Ananda In the Himalayas is another award winning spa in India, set against the soothing background of the Himalayas. The spacious destination spa is built on a Maharaja's palace estate. It offers therapeutic treatments based on traditional Indian practices of ayurveda, yoga and meditation. There's also an enticing spa boutique, stocking everything from music to organic food. A three night minimum stay is required.

Where are the Best Places to Receive Ayurvedic Treatment in India:
You'll find that there are two main types of ayurvedic treatment on offer in India -- general rejuvenation treatments catering to tourists and given by resorts in tourist areas, and intensive medical treatments administered by centers in geographic locations with the most suitable climate. Resorts are fine for anyone just wanting to get some pampering, a massage, or an overall feel for ayurveda. However, those who are serious about receiving quality ayurvedic treatment for medical reasons should go to a proper hospital.

 

What are the Best Ayurvedic Hospitals in India:
Some of the top places to receive authentic ayurvedic treatment in India are the ayurvedic hospitals managed by the Arya Vaidya Sala charitable institution. The main one is in Kottakkal, in Kerala. There are others in Kochi, Delhi, and Kolkata (Calcutta). All types of accommodations are provided, from budget to luxury. Be sure to book well in advance though. If it's full, you can also try the Padinharkkara Ayurveda Hospital and Research Center.


Spa Overview

Our Ayurvedic spa treatments are based upon centuries-old Ayurvedic therapies that support balance and bliss in your life. The revitalizing and therapeutic treatments offered are customized to your particular needs. Your therapist will use specific oils, herbs, and aromas chosen to provide you with optimal balance and nourishment for your mind-body constitution. All therapies are natural, gentle, and delightfully pleasing.

Our selection of spa therapies is extensive. For a more detailed description of the Ayurvedic treatment that's right for you, please see our Ayurvedic Treatmen



Ayurvedic Medicine

Ayurvedic medicine comes from an ancient body of knowledge called the Vedas and is practiced today around the world as a form of alternative medicine.
How does Ayurvedic medicine differ from conventional modern medicine

Ayurveda has a much greater appreciation for the inherent intelligence within the body, and offers a deeper understanding of the connection between the mind and the body. With this understanding Ayurvedic medicine seeks to work with the body rather than against it.

In Ayurveda the approach to curing an illness is not to "fight" the symptoms of disease but instead to eliminate the root cause of the illness by re-enlivening the bodies natural intelligence.
Ayurvedic Medicine is Holistic Medicine

The Ayurvedic approach to health is one of wholeness rather than one of fragmentation. Ayurvedic medicines not only cure or relieve specific illnesses but simultaneously strengthen the entire body. This holistic approach understands that a balance between the fundamental energies within the body is necessary for health to be maintained. These principle energies are called Doshas and are derived from the five elements Earth, Fire, Water, Air, and Space*.

*The vedic tradition recognizes the fifth element of space.

Preventing Illnesses Before they Arise

Ayurveda also offers a preventive approach to health that is not offered by conventional medicine. Modern medicine does try to offer health prevention but does not offer preventive medicine in the same way that Ayurveda does.

Ayurveda offers prevention by detecting and correcting imbalances in the bodies subtle energies (doshas, vata, pitta, and kapha) long before any disease has arisen. Modern medicine has no form of diagnosis like this, it only hopes to detect disease by looking for the symptoms of the disease.
Maharishi's Revival of Ayurveda

Ayurveda is a complete system of medicine that covers every aspect of health. However today there are very few practitioners of Ayurveda that truly understand the holistic nature of their practice.

In the late 1970's, to save the precious knowledge of Ayurveda from being completely lost, the Indian sage Maharishi Mahesh Yogi along, with many of India's most renowned and experienced Ayurvedic physicians, revived the the ancient knowledge of Ayurveda to it's original wholeness. This revival of Ayurveda is called Maharishi Ayurveda.
Examples of Ayurvedic medicine today

Here are some of the practices you might expect to find in Ayurvedic medicine today.

Pulse Diagnosis By taking the pulse an Ayurvedic doctor can detect imbalance in the physiology, and by analyzing these imbalances they can determine the root cause of illnesses.

Ayurvedic Herbolagy Herbs are used extensively in Ayurveda both for treating and preventing diseases. Ayurveda offers holistic herbology by combining herbs into sometimes complex formulas that nourish every aspect of the body simultaneously. The holistic nature of Ayurvedic herbology also eliminates side effects that can result from taking certain herbs in isolation.

Ayurvedic Treatments Spa treatments that are based on Ayurvedic knowledge work at a very deep level to thoroughly cleanse the body of toxins and remove physiological imbalances. Ayurvedic unlike other spa treatments are catered to the exact needs of the patient based on there doshas.


Ayurvedic Spa

Ayurvedic spas have recently become popular, but their origin is ancient, and based on a system of healing that proceeds western medicine entirely.

With the growing demand for Ayurveda there are now many spas offering ayurvedic treatments but don't be fooled! Conventional spas are putting on an Ayurvedic facade that's literally only skin deep. There are really only a few spas, like The Raj, who have specialized in Ayurveda and can offer Authentic Ayurvedic treatments.
What an Authentic Ayurvedic Spa Offers

Authentic Ayurvedic treatments penetrate and cleanse the entire body and remove deeply embedded toxins while bringing balance to the body. A comprehensive treatment from a genuine Ayurvedic spa can literally add years to your life.

The Raj offers 100% authentic Ayurvedic treatments that are more true to Ayurveda than most of what you will find in India. What's special about these treatments is that they can effectively remove toxins stored in fat, something conventional spa treatments and cleanses have never been able to do.
Research on Ayurveda Spa Treatments

A study published in Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine showed that the authentic Ayurvedic treatments offered by the Raj where able to reduce fat soluble toxins by about 50%. This study was the first published study on humans to demonstrate that a specific detoxification regimen can significantly reduce levels of lipophilic toxicants in the blood, toxicants that are known to be associated with chronic disorders.
Understanding Ayurvedic Spa's

A true Ayurvedic spa like The Raj offers a treatment process that holistically rejuvenates the mind, body, and spirit. It is a unique experience where you are immersed in the ancient vedic culture, and where a deep understanding of Ayurveda is used at every point of your visit for the most potent healing effect possible.

 

 

Ayurvedic Yoga
Understanding the Relationship Between Ayurveda and Yoga

The terms Ayurveda and yoga both come from the ancient vedic tradition. In order to understand how yoga relates to Ayurveda it is first necessary to understand the true meaning of both yoga and Ayurveda.
What is yoga?

The word yoga literally translates from Sanskrit (the language of the veda), to english as meaning "union". Union of what? Union of consciousness, when there is perfect communication between the mind and the body. This union of consciousness is attainable through correct mediation*. The physical poses called yoga today are also part of yoga, their role is to prepare the body for meditation.

* The Transcendental Mediation Technique
What is Ayurveda

Ayurveda literally translates from Sanskrit to English as "Life Knowledge". Ayurveda is a section of the vedic literature that describes how to restore balance within mind and the body. Today Ayurveda is understood as a form a medicine as well as a way of rejuvenation the body, but the true purpose of Ayurveda is much more profound. Ayurveda is for achieving immortality through perfect balance. Immorality is achieved when the body is in perfect balance because when in perfect balance it becomes an embodiment of the unchanging sphere of life and ceases to age.
Yoga (Union) is the Goal of Ayurveda

Ayurveda is usually associated with healing, healing by creating balance where balance had been lost. However Ayurveda offers more than just healing. Correctly performed Ayurveda balances both the mind and the body simultaneously so that Yoga (Union) can easily be experienced.
Yoga is also part of Ayurveda

Practice of yoga (both physical poses and meditation*) is also an important part of achieving perfect balance through Ayurveda. The different Ayurvedic treatments (whiles always valuable to everyone) do not provide their full potential until the physiology is first refined through practice of meditation*(Yoga). So yoga and Ayurveda work together, Ayurveda purifies the body and enhances the experience of of yoga practice, then the Yoga practice refines the mind and the body so that Ayurvedic medicines and treatments can offer their full potential.


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