Ayurveda, the oldest healing science translating into ‘The Science of Life’ in Sanskrit originated around 5000 years ago and is often referred to as ‘Mother of all Healing’. Ayurveda aims at building and maintaining a delicate balance among mind, body, and soul and promotes a healthy lifestyle.
As per the belief of Ayurvedic practices, it is essential that there is harmony between one’s self and the universe, any disturbance in this link is the reason behind different sickness.
Our bodies are like sponges that tend to absorb everything around them. The world we live in today is so full of pollutants both physical and metaphorical, that it makes it extremely difficult for our bodies to stay pure and positive which affects our state of well-being and productivity as well.
It then becomes essential to indulge in a detoxification process every once in a while, in order to ensure the proper functioning of our mind, body, and soul. Every human is made out of 5 basic elements: Space, Air, Water, Fire and Earth
All these different elements define and determine how our bodies work and respond to different elements of the environment.
These 5 elements combine to form different energies/dosha, namely:
1. Vata Dosha ( Space & Air)
2. Pitta Dosha ( Fire & Water)
3. Kapha Dosha (Water & Earth)
Panchakarma in Ayurveda is the procedure that aims at restoring the harmony between one’s self and the Universe. It aims at preventive and curative measures for different kinds of diseases.
The main aim of ayurvedic therapies is to re-establish the balance between all the doshas through panchakarma therapies meaning 5 procedures, namely:
1. VAMANA –
Vamana is a highly targeted treatment aimed at balancing aggregated Kapha dosha through therapeutic vomiting.
2. VIRECHANAM –
Virechanam helps in balancing the pitta dosha by cleansing the gastrointestinal tract.
3. ANUVASANA –
Anuvasana is a specialized procedure that helps in managing the Vata imbalance disorders by utilizing oils as an enema.
4. NASYAM –
Nasyam is one of the panchakarma treatments which targets and helps in managing problems related to the head and neck region.
5. ASTAPANA VASTI –
This ayurvedic treatment involves the introduction of combinations of herbs, salt, honey, medicated oils, and other prescribed medicines into the rectum in order to cleanse the entire system.
Ayurveda follows a simple principle of managing different diseases and helps restore the natural balance between one’s body and the universe.
At Atmantan, we use freshly prepared treatment oils with herbal preparations that are sourced from the ancient house of Ayurveda. Atmantan follows traditional methods of usage and prescription with the exact precision so as to extract the most potent therapeutic results for you.
The panchakarma therapies would include the varied forms of Shirodara, Kativasti, Januvasti and Choorna Swedana as well as Yoga and steam baths
All these therapies complement the purification processes of the body and would be prescribed, monitored and changed daily depending on individual receptiveness and tolerance.
Under the care of a highly-skilled Ayurvedic Doctor at your initial consultation, your personality type or your Dosha will be diagnosed from whereon a personalized daily treatment schedule will be formulated for you. Even the nutrition shall be prescribed from our exclusive Ayurvedic Spa Cuisine and will be Dosha specific to enhance your remedial inception.
Hence, the cuisine and the Ayurvedic treatments together deepen the effects of this healing tradition.
Ayurvedic treatments are highly effective and specialized alternative medicines which when performed efficiently can help in managing diseases and ailments in pain and stress-free manner.
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Atmantan is a luxury wellness resort that offers panchakarma treatment in India.
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