The originator of Ayurveda, India charms streams of travellers seeking peaceful mind and body. The country is home to numerous Ayurvedic centres, which are known for practicing this much popular therapy for over 5,000 years. Ayurveda is an art where human beings attain full-body balance and wellbeing with the help of yoga therapies, custom-made meals and oil treatments. Today, India has become a notable destination among those seeking the wonders of Ayurveda and Yoga. Travellers who wish to experience their 'healthier' side plan holidays to India by staying in one of the healing resorts here to escape from the mundane city life.
Ayurveda and yoga prove to be highly effective for curing metabolic, stress, and chronic conditions. Special treatments are also offered for beauty care and general relaxation of mind. The process of Ayurveda includes yoga therapies, balanced diet, massage therapies, pouring herbal liquid onto the body, and applying herbal leaves and powders on the body.
Though people come to India all year long to partake in Ayurveda therapies, rainy reason (June to September) is considered as best to take the utmost benefit of this treatment. This is the time when the atmosphere remains cool and moist which helps in opening the body pores, thus letting the herbal oils and therapies do their wonders.
Yoga can be practiced all year long in India.
Kerala is the most popular state to indulge in the powers of Ayurveda. Due to its apt climatic conditions and availability of medicinal plants and herbs, the state houses some of the most popular Ayurveda centres. Somatheeram, titled as the world's first Ayurvedic resort, is a must visit to delve into the Ayurvedic arts. This extravagant Ayurvedic resort caters you with intensive treatments, trained professionals, and yoga classes to gratify your mind, soul and body.
Adorned with the palm groves, tropical climate, eye-catching backwaters and picturesque shorelines, Carnoustie Ayurveda & Wellness Resort of Kerala also lures many with its never ending Ayurvedic therapies. With lavish spas, traditional architectural touches, and access to experts in yoga, Ayurveda, and naturopathy - the resort is perfect to pamper yourself. Kalari Kovilakom is another popular location to indulge in traditional Keralan Ayurvedic treatments. Situated in a 19th century mansion, the centre houses therapists who offer you complete care, customised vegetarian meals, sanctifying baths, massages, medicines, and other treatments.
Uttarakhand is another popular destination for relishing some of the best Ayurvedic treatment facilities. Stay at the Vana Malsi Estate, a five-star ashram, set amidst fragrant lychee and mango forests. The place offers individually tailored plans to heal the tired nerves of the visitors.
Ananda in the Himalayas is also a retreat to spoil yourself with the best rejuvenation therapies. With grand open-air meditation, teaching areas, availability of nearly 100 treatments and provision of qualified Ayurvedic doctors, the resort seems like a paradise where even the winds bestow a soothing relaxation.
Just like Ayurveda, Yoga is also an art that frees the mind, body & spirit. Lately, Yoga has earned great popularity in the west as well with its incredible wonders. India is home to some of the best yoga centres where you can learn various styles of yoga to lead a healthier lifestyle. Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh is one of the most popular destinations to practice yoga amidst ringing puja bells, uncountable temples and a serene ambience. Rishikesh in Uttarakhand is another renowned destination for practicing yoga at the banks of holy river Ganga. The place houses more than its fair share of yoga centres where travellers and students practice numerous styles of yoga and meditation. Some of the most renowned yoga centres in this holy city are Parmarth Niketen, Sivananda Ashram, Omkarananda Ganga Sadan, Shree Mahesh Heritage Meditation School and Yoga Niketan.
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