What is Ayurveda?
The term Ayurveda comes from Sanskrit and is composed of the words "Ayur" for "life" and "Veda" for "knowledge, wisdom".
Ayurveda is therefore the "knowledge of life". The foundation of this knowledge is the consideration of the wholeness of life. All areas of the human being such as feelings, mind, body, behaviour, living environment, social life and the influence of the time of day and seasons are taken into account in their interaction. The roots of the medical knowledge of holistic healthy living go back to about 4000 years ago. The ancient science of life originates from India and Sri Lanka, where Ayurveda is an official branch of medical studies.
With authentic Ayurveda you can expect to be treated by specially trained Indian or Sinhalese therapists and Ayurveda specialists who carry out the treatments according to the Buddhist way of life and philosophy.
Meals are prepared in an Ayurvedic way, You experience original treatments in a traditional way which we use oils and herbs made from original Ayurvedic ingredients. Meditation and yoga are also practiced. In short: a holistic concept
WELL-BEING, PREVENTION AND BALANCE
Ayurvedic treatments provide well-being, balance and preservation of the balance of the three doshas. Within the framework of an authentic Ayurvedic treatment, imbalances can also be corrected, especially if they have persisted for a long
HOW DO I FIND OUT WHICH STAY IS SUITABLE FOR ME? HERE IS A LITTLE ADVICE
Ayurveda Intensive week 6 nights and 7 days
This stay helps you to manage stress, to relax, to balance your out-of-balance doshas. Prevention, mental and physical harmonisation, rejuvenation, circulation stabilisation. Or you have already had a Panchakarma treatment a few months ago and the "batteries" are a little "empty" again, your energy and stress level could do with a follow-up.
10 DAYS Vital/Energy
This stay is suitable for recharging your batteries. To increase physical and mental performance. Spend a few days doing only what is good for you. To dive into your own world. Regain a radiant face and increase the quality of life.
14 DAYS AYURVEDA PANCHAKARMA
This stay is mainly suitable for detoxification of the body (5 possible elimination procedures) and balancing of your currently unbalanced doshas (for prevention of health problems; ageing processes and degeneration of the body cells are largely stopped). Strengthens the immune system. However, your general physical constitution should not be immensely weakened, as 14 days of detoxification can be very intensive (time is short). The following stay is suitable for this.
21 DAYS AYURVEDA PANCHAKARMA
During this stay, the focus is also on the total detoxification of the body. Here, however, we have a week longer. The body can be prepared more gently for the detoxification. The treatments can be approached more intensively. You can assume that if existing imbalances have already established themselves - i.e. have become chronic - your organism needs more time to detoxify the body and address the imbalances.Our Ayurveda specialists are happy to answer your individual questions.