Ayurvedic Treatments

Stress and sleep disturbances often result from imbalances in the mind, body, and lifestyle. Ayurvedic therapies help calming the mind and promoting relaxation, making it beneficial for individuals with sleep disturbances or Stress.

Therapies for Stress Relivers:

  1. Shirodhara
  2. Shiro Basti
  3. Abhyanga
  4. Nasya
  5. Padabhyanga
  6. Mukha Abhyanga
  7. Shiroabhyanga
  8. Marma Abhyanga (Pressure point massage)

Ayurveda offers a holistic approach to weight loss that focuses on balancing the doshas (Vata, Pitta, and Kapha), improving digestion, and adopting a healthy lifestyle. The aim is not just to shed excess weight but also to promote overall well-being and harmony within the body. Understanding your unique dosha constitution is essential in Ayurveda. It helps tailor your diet and lifestyle recommendations to your individual needs and imbalances.
Therapies for Weight Loss:

  1. Diet & Lifestyle modification
  2. Udwartanam
  3. Swedana
  4. Basti
  5. Abhyanga

Ayurvedic rituals have been used since time immemorial for Skin and hair, along with skin rejuvenation ayurveda has shown much promise in various skin disorders such as acne, psoriasis, urticaria, etc.
Therapies for Skin & Hair:

  1. Shirodhara
  2. Shiro Basti
  3. Abhyanga
  4. Nasya
  5. Mukha Abhyanga
  6. Shiroabhyanga
  7. Mukha Lepa

Ayurveda views diabetes as a metabolic disorder that involves an imbalance of the doshas (Vata, Pitta, and Kapha), impaired digestion (Agni), and accumulation of toxins (Ama). The primary focus of Ayurvedic diabetes management is to balance the doshas, improve digestion, and reduce Ama. Finding the root cause, cleaning the toxins, and helping in the proper functioning of the organs like the pancreas, helps in correcting the insulin production and absorption in the body.
Therapies for Diabetes Care:

  1. Abhyanga
  2. Padabhyanga
  3. Swedanam
  4. Basti
  5. Udwartanam
  6. Diet and nutrition
  7. Ayurvedic medication
  8. Lifestyle Modification

Digestive disorders are commonly occurring due to weak digestive fire (mandagni) and ama. It has been mentioned in Ayurveda that almost all diseases occur due to decreased agni or digestive fire. Hence in the treatment of various diseases, restoration of agni has been given top priority. Hence in almost all GIT disorders, ayurveda advocates use of dipana and pachana aushadhas and other shashir shodana ayurvedic procedures.
Therapies for Digestive Disorders:

  1. Ayurvedic medicines
  2. Basti
  3. Abhyanga
  4. Diet and lifestyle

The Ayurvedic rejuvenation of joints, particularly in areas like the knee joint, offers a comprehensive approach to addressing joint pain and promoting overall joint health. Joints are vital to our mobility and well-being, and when they become compromised by conditions such as arthritis or wear and tear, it can significantly impact our quality of life. These therapies not only aims to alleviate pain but also to enhance the flexibility, strength, and longevity of the joints.
Therapies for Joint Pains & Muscle Stiffness:

  1. Janu Basti
  2. Pada Abhyanga
  3. Kasa Pada Abhyanga
  4. Shashti Shali Pinda Sweda
  5. Patra Pottali Sweda
  6. Diet & Lifestyle modification
  7. Ayurvedic medication
  8. Taila Dhara Abhyanga
  9. Marma Abhyanga (Pressure point massage)

Ayurveda has a holistic approach to managing respiratory disorders, therapies support lung and respiratory tract health. Ayurveda works well in various disorders such as cough, cold, allergies, asthma, etc. Ayurvedic therapies aim to pacify excess Vata by using warming and nourishing treatments. Conditions like congestion and excessive mucus are related to Kapha imbalance. Ayurveda uses drying and detoxifying therapies to balance Kapha.
Therapies for Respiratory Disorders:

  1. Nasya
  2. Abhyanga
  3. Swedan
  4. Ayurvedic medication