Checking the pulse of a patient
Why should you consult with our Vaidya (physician) Dr. Harikumar before you start any treatment?
Ayurveda is a practical, clinical, medical science. It uses different methods to find out wether or not your body is working properly, for example examination of pulse, urine, feces, eyes, tongue, speech, skin and form. The most important of these methods is the reading of the pulse. Continue reading
Kaya Seka, Taila Seka or Sarvanga Senchana…
Whichever name you prefer – this is one of the most exciting Ayurveda treatments!
It is an oiling and healthy sweating all at the same time.
Over a period of 45 minutes or more your body is poured with warmed oil in a specific manner.
The therapists thereby use oil soaked cloths which they squeeze out subsequently over the receiving person. Even the height from which they do so is specified according to your condition.
During the treatment you will sit or lay in different positions.
While the oil is continuously flowing on your body you also receive a gentle massage.
This type of treatment is indicated to reduce increased Vata dosha and degenerative diseases of the muscles.
You must try at your next stay with us!
Pizhichil given to patient
Ela means ‘leaves ‘and Kizhi means ‘bundle’. Fresh herbal leaves together with grated coconut and fresh lemon slices are put inside the bundle. During the treatment the bundle is fried in hot oil in a pan. Then these warm bundles are mildly ‘stamped’ over your whole body.
It has a very lifting effect for the skin and it also removes ama (toxins) from the body.
Indicated also with joint stiffness, cellulite, carpal-tunnel syndrome, constipation amongst others.
Sometimes Elakkizhi is also called Jambira Pinda Sweda, or Patra Potali Sweda. We also offer this great way of treatment by our well trained massage therapists. Why don’t you give it a try?