Ayurveda, the science of life is a holistic medical system of India and Sri Lanka. It arose from observation of man and nature. Its focus is not only the treatment of diseases is but also to bring about the balance of body, mind and soul and so to maintain health. To accomplish this, Ayurvedic physicians work with various methods: nutrition transition, rules for a healthy lifestyle, physical applications such as oil massage or ointment, herbal medicines and intensive cleansing procedures such as Panchakarma.
The basis for the application of these tools is the doctrine of the DOSHAS; the three body functions, which in individual composition are the basis for the human being´s existence and which can cause disease when imbalanced.
becoming known in the western world as an effective, gentle system of natural, holistic treatment and one which leaves no side effects. It is a way of life to make you feel light, tranquil, stress free and yet filled with zest and vitality to enjoy life.
VATA - Represents movement. People with Vata excess tend to restlessness, sleep problems and states of exhaustion.
PITTA - represents digestion and metabolism. People with excess Pitta can be choleric and often suffer from inflammation or hypertension.
KAPHA - represents body fluids and tissue. Strong Kapha people are rather calm and prone to inertia. Frequent disorders: Inter alia, diabetes and obesity
However, one need not be ill to benefit from Ayurveda. One of the key elements of the Indian art of healing are: prevention, regeneration and rejuvenation. Ayurveda is also recommended to all who seek inner harmony and balance and rejuvenation.
The INDIVIDUAL INTENSIVE REGENERATION CURE is based on the principles of Ayurveda and Panchakarma. The choice and number of applications varies from individual to individual, depending on his/her needs, which the chief physician ascertains at the initial examination.
The treatment dissolves the toxins in the body which then pass through the natural excretory organs. The individual treatment aims to bring the three doshas into balance and to regulate body weight.
The Ayurvedic cure is supplemented by YOGA and MEDITATION in order to offer a complete program for body and mind. All guests are spoiled at the end of treatment with a blossom bath (Pushpa Avagahana).
Ayurveda helps to fight many chronic diseases awhile simultaneously establishing psychological balance. Ayurveda brings surprisingly quick relief for rheumatic diseases such as arthritis, muscular tension, movement restrictions etc. and also for insomnia, nervousness, exhaustion, burn-out, migraine and other headaches, high blood pressure, depression, chronic inflammation, such as sinusitis, bronchitis, cystitis, susceptibility to colds, auto immunique6 diseases, skin diseases, asthma, stomach/intestinal disorders, nicotine abuse and obesity.