Ayurveda is not just about good physical health; it is a therapy that promises holistic wellness. Ayurvedic massages are extremely popular and it has been attracting tourists from India and abroad. We at Deepanjali Wellness and Retreat help to enable cost effective quality health care by facilitating medical tourism.
Ayurveda is the 'Science of Life'. It is an ancient Indian medicinal science, which is both holistic and field -oriented in its approach towards its twin objective of maintaining the health of a healthy person and restoring the health of a diseased person. The basic principles of Ayurveda are based upon nature.
Pancha karma is an Ayurvedic cleansing and rejuvenation plan. It was developed for royalty in India to prolong life and health by removing physical impurities, bringing awareness to destructive thoughts and behaviors, and releasing old patterns.Read More
Purva karma (poorva karma or pre-karma) refers to the preparation of body for Ayurvedic panchakarma therapy. There are two different methods in purvakarma snehan and swedan. Purva karma is necessary for the body to achieve the complete benefits of panchakarma. It can complete in one day or over many days.Read More
Ayurveda - the medical science that we got as legacy from our ancestors the Rishis and Vaidyas etc. The branch of medical science, where ayurveda treatment is not merely symptom centric, but rather based on removal of the cause for the decease. In Ayurveda has an important stand.Read More
Yoga therapy is defined as an approach to the therapy that revolves all around the utilization of yoga poses and other yoga techniques like meditation and breathing.Yoga therapy can be used for treating the psychological problems like depression, post traumatic stress disorder, grief, stress and so as yoga is combined into the sessions of psychotherapy.Read More