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Abhyangam (Herbal Oil Massage)

Traditional Ayurveda herbal oil massage for your head and the body with luke warm ayurveda oil.

This prevents ageing, nourishes, induce good sleep, enhances blood circulation, improves complexion and relaxes mind.

Shirodhara

Excellent therapy for optimum relaxation and rejuvenation in Ayurveda.

Slows the aging process, Improves memory, Insomnia, Depression, Anxiety, certain types of skin diseases like psoriasis and Hypertension.

Nasya

Application of medicated oil and powder through nostrils is called nasyam.

This therapy is very effective for sinusitis, cold, cough, asthma, eye disorders, hair fall and pre-mature hair greying.

Kizhi (Herbal pouch massage)

Massage with warm herbal powder bags after 30 minutes of therapy with Ayurveda oils.

It’s good for relieving spasm and stiffness of muscles, lubrication of the joints and to strengthen the spinal nerves.

Kati Vasthi

Medicated oil is held in a specially-created pool on the lower back for up to 30-45 minutes.

It helps to reduce low back ache, nerve compression and relieves most of the degenerative diseases.

Ayurvedic Head Massage

Head,neck and shoulder massage with special ayurvedic oil .

Helps to prevent head aches,promotes hair growth,releives sleeplessness,anxiety and boosts memory.

Our Specialities

Arthritis & Rheumatic disease management
Osteoarthritis and Osteoporosis Management
Spine related disorders
Muskuloskeletal disorders
Menustral Disorders
Fibromyalgia
Sinusitis and Head aches
Plantar fasciitis and Tennis elbow

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Latest news from Ayurveda

PM Modi Calls for Greater Awareness in Ayurveda
by Kathy Jones on November 10, 2014 Indian Health News

There is a need for greater awareness in the field of Ayurveda, Prime Minister Narendra Modi stressed on Sunday, adding that the traditional medicine system is a way of life.

There is a need for larger awareness in Ayurveda; it can't be limited to doctors only. Our ancestors made good health a part of life but we have started outsourcing the entire health sector. Any teacher, doctor, manufacturers, or researchers of Ayurveda need to think of ways to create better herbal medicines," Prime Minister Modi said, while speaking at the sixth World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Exposition organised in the national capital.

"However a bigger issue is that there are many such medicines in Ayurveda, whose contents are difficult to find today," he added.

The Prime Minister further said that the world would also accept Ayurveda if it had accepted yoga as a way of life.

"Ayurveda is a way of life and if the world can accept yoga, it will also accept Ayurveda. I will make my best efforts for this filed to progress. I request everyone to accept Ayurveda to bring a good change," he said.

Earlier this year, Prime Minister Modi had launched the National AYUSH Mission, which looks to promote Ayurvedic, Siddha, Unani and Homeopathy (AYUSH) medicine systems to support the efforts of state governments for providing health services and education across the country.

The 'Prakriti' system of Ayurveda validated scientifically by a CSIR study
Source: www.healthsite.com

A team of Indian scientists has provided scientific evidence for the Ayurvedic classification of Prakriti or the unique nature or constitution of an individual, a statement said on Thursday. A genetics-based study led by CSIR-Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology (CCMB), Hyderabad has revealed a genomic basis for adoshaPrakriti’ or constitutional types of humans – a key concept of Ayurveda. Prakriti or constitutional types of human beings is a basic concept in Ayurveda because they determine one’s predisposition and resistance to diseases and response to treatment. ‘Demonstration of a genomic basis of the ancient concept of Prakriti provides a new tool to investigate questions such as the prevalence of diseases in communities and the personalisation of medical therapy,’ said M.S. Valiathan, one of the authors of the study in a statement.

A team of Indian scientists has provided scientific evidence for the Ayurvedic classification of Prakriti or the unique nature or constitution of an individual, a statement said on Thursday. A genetics-based study led by CSIR-Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology (CCMB), Hyderabad has revealed a genomic basis for adoshaPrakriti’ or constitutional types of humans – a key concept of Ayurveda. Prakriti or constitutional types of human beings is a basic concept in Ayurveda because they determine one’s predisposition and resistance to diseases and response to treatment. ‘Demonstration of a genomic basis of the ancient concept of Prakriti provides a new tool to investigate questions such as the prevalence of diseases in communities and the personalisation of medical therapy,’ said M.S. Valiathan, one of the authors of the study in a statement.