Holistic Treatment for Ayurveda

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By Vignesh Devraj

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Ayurveda, which means “knowledge of life,” is a traditional Indian medicine still practised in India. Ayurveda is gaining popularity in the West, particularly about health and wellness. Ayurveda is an ancient Indian health science that emphasises maintaining body, mind, and spirit harmony. Furthermore, everything is interconnected, which is why Ayurveda has an intrinsic goal: Ayurveda massage and Ayurveda detoxification, dietetics, spiritual yoga practice, and herbal medicine are all critical components. In a nutshell, promoting well-being and disease prevention, stress management, fitness improvement, and exposure to nature are all significant aspects of the Ayurvedic worldview. The goal is to live a balanced, healthy lifestyle.

The concept of Tridosha –

Dosha is a key idea in Ayurveda. Vata (air and wind), Pitta (fire and water), and Kapha (water and fire) are the three Doshas. They are supposed to give a person their unique constitution and regulate bodily and spiritual function. If there is an inbalance, it might lead to sickness and indigestion. As a result, the Doshas’ particular constitutions are determined at the start of an Ayurvedic treatment to balance them.

Holistic treatments in Ayurveda

Sitaram Ayurveda Beach Resort is a luxury wellness retreat that cures ailments and creates a chart that translates a lifestyle for a healthy and disease-free life. This ancient healing and living system is a unique physical, emotional, and spiritual health treatment. The physicians at Sitaram use Ayurvedic therapies to cleanse the body and make a person’s inner self healthy by restoring the balance of the five elements through traditional techniques.

Holistic therapy in Ayurveda include:

Abhyangam – Abhyangam is a Sanskrit word that means “to apply oil all over the body.” It is an ancient medicinal practice that uses medicated herbal oils to calm and rejuvenate the body. This massage strengthens the immune system, induces sleep, and balances the Vata Dosha.

Basti – Basti, also known as the “king of all treatments,” removes toxins from all three Doshas: Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. This Ayurvedic therapy, administered in two stages, an oil stage and a decoction stage, assures faecal matter purification and a feeling of lightness and cleanses the stomach. 

Patra Pinda Potli Sweda/ Shastika Shali Potli Sweda (massage with Potli) – Potli massage is most commonly advised for bone and spinal disorder patients. Still, it can also help people with rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, spondylitis, and frozen shoulders. This Ayurvedic therapy calms and rejuvenates the body by using little heated herbal pouches loaded with Ayurvedic herbs.

Pizhichil – patients suffering from diabetes, arthritis, paralysis, and other disorders benefit from this natural and holistic Ayurvedic treatment. This is a type of massage that is intended to make you sweat. As a result, sweat is used to eliminate toxins from the body.

Shirodhara – Shirodhara is an Ayurvedic technique that rebalances the Doshas in the body by combining body, scalp, and head massage. This therapy aids in the improvement of sleep, the management of insomnia, and the reduction of anxiety and stress. It promotes blood circulation by stimulating numerous sites around the skull.

Authentic holistic healing therapies can be experienced at Sitaram Ayurvedic Beach Retreat, which addresses the body, mind and soul. We all might have faced physical and mental health challenges as a part of the pandemic. So allow yourself to be rejuvenated by visiting Sitaram.

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