Best Ayurvedic Resorts in Kerala

PN Ayurvedasramam, presents hearty greetings to all readers. Situated at Kodungallur in Thissur District, Kerala, the PN Ayurvedasramam has been known as one of the Best Ayurvedic Resorts in Kerala. This Traditional Ayurvedic Resort in Kerala, offers expansive space, village villas and beautiful scenic view of nature.

We provide complete rejuvenation of your mind, body and spirit through traditional methods of healing therapies. We have specific Ayurvedic Spas and Ayurveda Treatments for those caring to explore the beauty behind these treatments.

What we have kept in specially for you?

This Best Ayurvedic Resort in Kerala, presents us, with loads of traditional healing therapies and scenic views.Ours is a dedicated team of experienced Ayuredic Physicians equipped with extensive healing knowledge and faith. Our constant quest for offering the best treatment facilities and the right blend of accommodation for the patients and other patrons is our strength.

What will you gain from this Best Ayurvedic Resort in Kerala?

  • Ayurveda Therapies.
  • Healthy mind, body and spirit.
  • Traditional tour of healing methods and history.
  • Vast knowledge of Ayurveda and its essence

Free/Paid Treatment with Appropriate Guidance.

  • Ayurveda Therapies
  • Cleansing &Removal of wastes from the body through Ayurvedic Treatments.
  • Self know-how on possible diseases and symptoms.
  • Effective treatment of major bones and joint related diseases.

Ayurveda Therapies

Ayurveda, one of the health care systems is said to have been practiced from ancient times in India. The antique vedic texts have scattered references of Ayurvedic Remedies and allied aspects of medicine and health. Ayurveda is said to have emerged from Atharva Veda, mainly dealing with detailed Ayurvedic information.

The term "Ayurveda" is emanated from two components- i.e. ayush as life and veda as science and literally it is the science of life. Ayurveda, a traditional system of medicine, dating back to 5000 years is practised widely in India. Principles of Ayurveda are to preserve and promote physical, mental and spiritual stabilization of life.

Ayurveda employs natural healing methods and naturally growing plants and herbs. In a State like Kerala, the practice of Ayurveda has been prevalent for centuries benefitting millions of people.

Ayurveda, the science and art of living with the basic fundamentals of life, fire, air, water and earth together help in maintaining the balance of the body, mind and consciousness of the individual.Ayurvedic treatment helps you to maintain a healthy balance of vata, pitta and kapha, the three Doshas in the body. Vata pertains to air and ether elements, while pitta pertains to fire and water elements, whereas kapha pertains to water and earth elements. The influence of the environment causes an imbalance in any of the five elements in an individual.

Vatta, Pitta and Kapha Doshas

Appropriate proportions of the Doshasgovern the individual’s overall growth. Ayurveda, a combination of these Doshas or the paradigm of life helps the individual to overcome challenges in health hazards. If any of the Doshas tends to increase due to changing lifestyles, there arises the need for treatment as per Ayurveda.

Apart from the basic elements of Ayurveda, a few of the other factors that affect our health are:

  • Dhatus: These are the basic tissues that maintain and nourish the body. The seven numbered elements namely, rasa (chyle),raktha(Blood), mamsa (muscles), meda (Fatty tissue), asthi ( bone), majja (bone marrow) and sukla (reproductive tissue) in proper and balanced amounts are vital for health.
  • Mala: These comprise the waste bodies that accumulate in the body, mainly waste products like urine, faeces, sweat and many others. Proper functioning of the waste process is essential for the body to remain healthy and wealthy.
  • Srotas: A channel for passage of food, essential for the development of the human body. The proper functioning of the srotas is essential to transport the food materials to the required parts in the body. Blocking of the Srotasis awarning signfor diseases.
  • Agni: Enzymes that help in the digestion process by breaking down the food materials consumed. These are inter-related and help each other in the metabolic process.
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