Ayurveda & Naturopathy

Experience the transformative power of our Ayurveda and Naturopathy therapies, carefully tailored to revitalise your mind, body, and spirit.

We lay emphasis on total relaxation of body and self awareness through our unique blend of Ayurvedic care and yoga techniques.

Holistic living was an innately accepted phenomenon in Ancient India. Our people organically understood the balance of nature, how the Universal forces work and how the elements affect not just their physical health, but their mental well-being. The Sanskrit term Ayurveda quite literally translates to “knowledge of life”.

Our five senses serve as portals between the internal and external realms. Ayurveda groups these five elements into three basic types of energy and principles that are present in all things living and nonliving. The terminology used in Sanskrit for these elements are Vata, Pitta and Kapha. A balanced proportion of these three elements is vital for smooth functioning of the body.

At Vishram Village, we have attempted to recreate the synergy of mind, body and intellect through the ancient healing philosophies of Ayurveda and related therapies. We believe that every individual is unique.Hence, our packages are uniquely curated for each guest. Our Ayurveda and wellness experts assess the needs of the guest prior to the commencement of their preferred packages.

Ayurveda Treatments

Abhyangam (massage)

An amazing masterpiece of Ayurveda known to invigorate and rejuvenate the inner you, Abhyangam is one of the most important practices to maintain a healthy body and mind. It is the process of oleation, smearing medicated oils all over the body followed by gentle massaging of the whole body.
Benefits of the Therapy:
● Eliminates toxins
● Boosts Immunity
● Increases energy
● Balances the nervous system
● Increases blood circulation
● Reduces joint pain and increases flexibility
● Cleanses the lymphatic system
● Reduces fatty tissues
● Eases stress-related problems
● Lowers blood pressure
● Improves sleep

Snehadhara

Rightly named the Stream of Love, this involves pouring warm medicated oil in a rhythmic way and gently massaging it on the whole body. In order to rejuvenate the body and strengthen it, removes fatigue and reduces body pain or inflammation, improves muscular tone, blood circulation, swelling and reduces Vata dosha. Recommended for Diabetic
Neuropathy, Poor blood circulation, stroke and spinal disorders.

Shirodhara

It involves pouring medicated oil (dhara) on the crucial points on forehead as prescribed by the Vedas. It provides cooling refreshment to your head recommended for stress, anxiety and sleeplessness.

Benefits of Shirodhara:

  • Reduces Fatigue
  • Beneficial In Sleep-Related Problems
  • Boosts Blood Circulation
  • Helps Improve Headaches
  • Lowers Stress, Anxiety, And Depression
  • Improves Concentration
  • Beneficial For Jetlag

Kati Basti

In Sanskrit, ‘Kati’ means the lower back and ‘Basti’ means retaining something inside. Kati Basti is a soothing treatment where a large quantity of warm herbalised oil is retained on your lower back to relieve pain, stiffness and inflammation.

Benefits of Kati Basti:

  • Sooth Pain in Lower Back & Limbs 
  • Relieves Stiffness in Lower Back & Limbs 
  • Strengthens Lower Back 
  • Soothes Nerves 
  • Enhances Blood Supply 
  • Improves Movements

Njavara Kizhi

Njavara Kizhi, also known as Shashtika Shali Pinda Sweda, utilises warm boluses filled with specially cooked brown rice, milk, and a selection of therapeutic herbs. As skilled therapists massage these poultices onto your body, the warmth penetrates deep into your tissues, promoting relaxation and releasing tension. The potent herbal infusions work their magic, offering a multitude of benefits for both your physical and emotional well-being. Effective in spine related problems, arthritis, stroke and muscle weakness.

Benefits of Njavara Kizhi:

  • Rejuvenate and Refresh
  • Alleviate Muscle Pain and Stiffness
  • Boost Strength and Flexibility
  • Promote Detoxification 
  • Reduce Stress and Anxiety
  • Nourish and Revitalize Skin

Panchakarma

Vamana, Virechan, Enema, Nasya, Rakta Moskha

Panchakarma is a treatment program for the body, mind, and consciousness that cleanses and rejuvenates. It is based on Ayurvedic principles, every human being is a unique phenomenon manifested through the five basic elements of Ether, Air, Fire, Water, and Earth. It is a method of cleansing the body of all the unwanted waste after lubricating it. Panchakarma are 5 (five) in number; hence the term PANCHA (five) – KARMA (procedures).

Benefits of Panchakarma:

  • Eliminate toxins and toxic conditions 
  • Restore your constitutional balance 
  • Strengthen your immune system 
  • Reverse the negative effects of stress 
  • Bring about deep relaxation

Udvartana

In Sanskrit the word Udvartana means “to move something in an upward direction”. This refers to the upward direction of the strokes used during the massage. The brisk massage techniques combined with the penetrating herbs creates heat in the body to help decrease lethargy, release toxins, reduce fluid retention and increase circulation.

Benefits of Udvartana:

  • De-stress our body and mind
  • Enhances blood circulation 
  • Soothes our nerves 
  • Detoxifies system
  • Provides energy
  • Rectifies metabolism
  • Removes blocks

Panchakarma

The word neti originally means to guide and refers to the water that guides or draws our energy through the nasal passage. Neti, as it’s referred to in short, is a practice that uses a neti pot to pour water or other substances through one nostril at a time, allowing the water to flow out the other side. Because the nose is the most used organ of our body – we use it to breathe, and breathing is essential for all other functions in our body to be carried out in harmony.

Benefits of Neti:

  • Treating cold, flu & sinus congestion/allergies
  • Helps reduce asthma attacks
  • Improves breathing and for deviated septum
  • Helps mouth breathing and snoring
  • Improves energy and chronic fatigue syndrome 
  • Improves immunity & digestion
  • Improves emotional disturbances such as anger, fear, anxiety, irritability or depression (due to their link with poor breathing)
  • Balances the left and right hemispheres of the brain (ida & pingala nadis, or channels)
  • Increases prana, or vital energy, which can be directed towards healing
  • Improves all sensory functions including smell, taste, etc through the increase in prana and uninhibited flow of breath through the nostrils 
  • Increases blood flow to the brain, improving mental energy & clarity 
  • Can improve sleep quality and reduce insomnia
  • Treat headaches due to congestion of airflow

Gandusha Kriya and Kavala

It is commonly known as oil pulling. It is a practice that has been followed in India for hundreds of years. It has been recommended as one of the practices to help improve oral health. The practice involves the use of an oil that is swished in the mouth around the teeth, gums, and cheeks. This swishing is done for a specified period of time. The concept behind Gandusha and Kavala in Ayurveda is that the oil when swished in the mouth pulls toxins from the mouth into the oil.

Benefits of treatment:

  • It helps to maintain good oral hygiene
  • It helps to strengthen the gums and remove plaque
  • Treat infections and other bacterial infections cause a sore throat
  • Reduces toxins from the mouth
  • Strengthens the facial muscles

Marma Therapy

By definition, a Marma point is a junction on the body where two or more types of tissue meet, such as muscles, veins, ligaments, bones or joints. Major marma points correspond to the seven chakras, or energy centres of the body, while minor points radiate out along the torso and limbs. In Marma therapy, a very light stimulation of points on the body is done. It removes blockages from the marma points giving physical and psychological relaxation and strength.

Benefits of treatment:

  • Relief from chronic or acute pain, both locally and distally
  • Detoxification at all levels.
  • Significant improvement in bodily/organ functions, especially immunity, digestive, respiratory, neural & psychological
  • Healthier skin and a radiant appearance
  • Balances body temperature and can balance the doshas
  • Releases neuro-chemicals such as serotonin, melatonin for improved cognitive function and deeper sleep

Swedana

Swedana is a Sanskrit word where ‘Swid’ means ‘to sweat’ and embodies the therapeutic technique of inducing sweating to promote healing and well-being. This timeless therapy uses heat, usually generated through steam or warm substances, to induce a profuse sweat and thereby cleanse the body of accumulated toxins, relieve muscle tension, and rejuvenate the mind.

Benefits of treatment:

  • Removes toxins 
  • Improves circulation 
  • relieves musculoskeletal issues such as muscle stiffness, joint pain, arthritis, and muscle spasms
  • Reduces stress
  • Enhance digestion
  • Balances Doshas
  • Manages pain
  • Augments skin health 

Karna Purana

In simple terms, it is the filling up of each ear – not at the same time – with warm, medicated oil. From an Ayurvedic perspective, this therapeutic treatment has profound effects, because of the connection between the ear and the Vata dosha, which pertains to the ether and air element we all have, within. From a physiological perspective, the small bones in the inner ear, called ossicles, stimulate nerve endings, transmitting signals to the brain. If these inner bones dry out, it compromises the functionality of the sense of hearing. 

Benefits of treatment:

  • Absent-mindedness & forgetfulness 
  • Nervousness & neurological disorders
  • Neck or jaw pain, general body aches
  • Stress & Anxiety 
  • Depression & Insomnia
  • Ringing of the ear (tinnitus) / hard of hearing
  • Airplane pressure / blockages after travel
  • Earache / Pain in the ear (for whatever reason)
  • Ear infection / Inflammation
  • Diving / Swimmers ear / Water in the ears
  • Supports the healthy balance of all three doshas (tridoshic)

Tharpanam

Tharpanam is a rejuvenation treatment for eyes. Eyes are bathed in pure form of medicated ghee for about 2 to 10 minutes. The treatment strengthens the optical nerves, prevents cataract and gives a cooling effect to the eyes. Everyone today is glued to a digital screen, be it for work or otherwise. This causes immense strain on our eyes. To relax them, the Tharpanam is done. 

Benefits of treatment:

  • Reduces pain and burning sensation in the eyes
  • Dry eye syndrome
  • Strengthens the eye muscles
  • Relieves strain on eyes due to computers, driving, late night activities, bright sunlight, welding rays, furnace heat etc.

Putapakam

After the Tharpanam treatment is completed, the Putapakam treatment is done. It is done to remove any residue of ghee from the skin. This treatment is done using herbal juices and rejuvenates the patient while removing the heaviness induced by the use of ghee. 

Benefits of treatment:

  • It alleviates dry eyes
  • It strengthens and enhances eyesight
  • Refractive defects in the eyes are alleviated
  • It lessens the risk of night blindness
  • It aids in shielding against corneal ulcers
  • Cataracts, it might be done as a preventative step
  • It aids in glaucoma prevention
  • It is among the most effective strategies to avoid conjunctivitis
  • Additionally, it aids in avoiding eye inflammatory lesions
  • Cleanses the dirt and foreign substances in the eye and provides a cooling feeling to the eyes

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