Ayurveda Course Sri Lanka
Ayurveda course Sri Lanka is not a popular search term, because Sri Lanka holds a reputation as s destination for sun, sea and sand but not as a destination for Ayurveda courses. But This tropical island also has some secret ingredients and know how in order to treat many ailments. Are you overworked & stressed out? Need to re-energize your body and mind? Then you can think of taking an Ayurveda course, Sri Lanka. The all natural science of health and good living. ” Ayurveda is based on the ancient wisdom of good living. Ayurveda is defined as ‘the Science of life’. This is an ancient system of medicine that uses herbs and oils to heal and rejuvenate.
Sri Lanka is popular as a destination for leisure holidays as well as for cultural, historical and natural attractions. Usually, a Sri Lanka road trip includes many places giving experience on the cultural, historical and natural perspective of the island while towards the end of the tour the travellers enjoy the pristine beaches of Sri Lanka. But I highly doubt if you are aware of Sri Lanka Ayurveda courses. Because Sri Lanka is still an infant in this arena of health tourism.
But Sri Lanka tourism has an immense potential and capacity to be a leading health tourism destination in the region. Sri Lanka tourist board has initiated several programs to attract foreigners to the island, who look for Ayurveda holiday packages.
You might have heard about Sri Lanka Ayurveda courses through websites, advertisements or friends and you might be enticed to take a Sri Lanka Ayurveda course with panchakarma in order to detox yourself. Maybe that’s the reason why you are on this weblog and look for information about an Ayurveda course, Sri Lanka. Each year Sri Lanka attracts more than 2 million foreign tourists and some of them are heading to Ayurveda hotels for various types of Ayurveda courses and hoping to find a cure for many ailments.
Usual Ayurveda course with Panchakarma in Sri Lanka can last between 1 week to more than a month. By considering the nature of the ailments and the result expected from the Ayurveda course the doctor decides the duration of the Ayurveda course. The main intention of the Ayurveda course is detoxing, relaxing and rejuvenating the body and mind. Same times if you have particular ailments such as digestive problems, physical ailments the doctor will include it in the Ayurveda course without any additional payment.
What is Ayurveda?
It is an ancient system of medicine developed in Asia, long before the father of medicine, Hippocrates, was even born. The name comes from two conjoined Sanskrit words ‘Ayuh’ (life) and ‘Veda'(science or knowledge). Basically a science of healthy living, Ayurveda has two aims to preserve health and to cure a body afflicted by the disease.
Ayurveda is a way to a healthy & long life and can complement modern medicine. Ayurveda treats the symptoms of a disease and it helps individuals to strengthen their immune system. Ayurveda treats the body, mind and spirit of a person as a whole entity, and works on the basis that the mind and body affect each other, and together can overcome the disease.
Ayurveda is very popular healing method and 35 percents of the island’s population are depending on this natural healing method. Yet Ayurveda is not an alternative medicine. It is one of the oldest forms of medical science known to man – originating 5000 years ago.
One of the fundamental beliefs of Ayurveda is the doctrine of ‘Tri-Dosha’ or the Three Vital Forces ‘Vayu, Pita and Kapha’. Generally translated into Wind, Bile and Phlegm, a more accurate interpretation of Vayu is the transmission of energy within the body; in modern medical terms, nerve impulses, muscle contraction and hormonal activity. ‘Pita’ may not be confined to bile but signifies the whole scope of metabolism and internal heat production while ‘Kapha’ means mucus, often described as ‘The Protective Fluid’. The modern concept of mucus as an antibody containing a liquid which coats and protects internal linings of the body seems to fit in with Ayurvedic thinking.
The healing method of Ayurveda is based on 5 elements Earth, Ether, Fire, Water and Air. These elements form three doshas namely Vata, Pita and Kapha. As per Ayurveda, these three doshas are the main ingredients of the human body and it is essential to maintain the good balance three doshas in order to have a healthy life.
14 Days Ayurveda Course Sri Lanka 1230 US$
This is a panchakarma Ayurveda course and needs at least 2 weeks of time. But a full Panchakarma Ayurveda course in Sri Lanka can last more than 1 month. But there are some other Ayurveda courses that last only a few days and they are suitable for people who have only limited time for an Ayurveda course. One can even go for a customized Ayurveda course in Sri Lanka targeting to treat a specific ailment. However, the doctor decides the nature of the treatment and duration.
This holiday package with Sri Lanka Ayurveda course is a full board package, which includes all the facilities for Ayurveda course including meals, lodging, doctors consultation, treatments. You have to report to the in-house Ayurveda doctor on the first day of the Ayurveda course for consultation. The doctor will decide the appropriate treatments of your Ayurveda course. Here virtually you are not required to pay for anything other than the expense of personal nature.
Usually, on the day of the arrival, there are no treatments or consultation scheduled for the customers and the customers are allowed to relax after the long journey. In fact, it is necessary to have a calm mind and body to absorb the healing effects of Ayurveda treatments.
Usually, the day at the Ayurveda hotels starts early morning with prayer. Later in the day 2, in-house Ayurveda doctor will have a consultation session with the customer. Rest of the program is largely depending on your health conditions and doctor decides the nature of meals, treatments, meditation, yoga and oral medicine of the Ayurveda course.
Usually, the doctor decides on the treatment pattern and duration of the Ayurveda course. The full Ayurveda course may last more than a month. But if the travellers are not able to allocate that much of time for the Ayurveda course doctors are reshaping the Ayurveda course and curtail it to match the available time of the patients by giving the priority for the most relevant treatments. Therefore you might need to report to the resort some other time for rest of the treatments.
Usually, the most Ayurveda resorts are located in a serene environment allowing the guests to have peace of mind. Then you can get the maximum benefits from traditional Ayurveda therapy in a blissfully peaceful environment. Ayurveda hotels in Sri Lanka offer treatments and solutions for numerous common ailments and diseases as well as for mental stress and tension. Methods of treatments include Flower bath, Sandalwood & honey scrub, full body massage, Herbal steam bath, Panchakarma, meditation, Yoga and many more to follow with 100% organic ayurvedic lunch.
Even though there are difficult and painful treatments in Ayurveda none of them is applied on this 2 weeks Ayurveda Sri Lanka course, you would feel amazing at the end of the Ayurveda course. A large number of treatment methods are available in Ayurveda but most of these treatments result in no pain on patients, in fact, they have relaxing effect. The day at the Ayurveda health resort starts at early morning for and followed by Yoga, meals, consultation, meals, treatments, massage, Panchakarma, and meditation. All Ayurveda course Sri Lanka includes plenty of massage on daily basis.
The food served at the Ayurveda health resort is specially selected food items and prepared to enhance the healthy effect of them. In fact, eating healthy is a part of traditional Ayurveda. Only the vegetarian food is recommended are offered during the Ayurveda course. Because reducing toxin is one of the main intentions of each Ayurveda course and same times reduce the piling up toxin again.
Ayurveda Body Massage
Ayurveda body massage is a part of every Ayurveda course in Sri Lanka. This is the application of oil on the body with the help of palms. The abhyanga (Massage) is used for relaxation, as well as giving tone to the muscles and promoting blood circulation. The regular application of oil gives longevity, strengthens the muscles and relieves fatigue. It also treats diseases of the nervous system (Vata Roga). The selection of the type of oil depends on the diagnosis of the physician and the duration of the treatment is usually for 30-40 minutes.
Most Sri Lankan Ayurveda resorts are located in the beach areas allowing their customers to enjoy the pristine beaches while experiencing the healthy effect of Ayurveda courses. The customers have opportunities for walking along the ocean when the thing gets a little tough during the Ayurveda course. They can even dip into the ocean and have a look into the coral reefs and exotic fish species.
Even the customers have the freedom to embark on a sightseeing tour. The customers can get in touch with tour operators such as Seerendipity tours and book a seat in a packaged tour or have an individual tour organized.
Our featured Ayurveda resort is located near the popular Bentota beach and it is right on the beach. You have the option to have sea bath and sunbath as well as water sports such as diving and snorkelling in the area. Bentota beach is the most popular beach resort in the island, which is located about 50 km away from the city of Colombo. Having a Panchakarma Ayurveda course in a beach resort allows you to pamper yourself with a healthy conscious holiday while giving it a touch of sun, sea and sand.
Remarks: The Cost of this Panchakarma Ayurveda course Sri Lanka is USD 1230 per person Accommodations are on double sharing basis. For single basis, please inquire Accommodations on F/B basis (all meals included)
What is included in this Ayurveda course Sri Lanka Accommodation including all three meals Ayurveda treatments Doctor consultation
Cost does not include: Tips of personal nature Optional activity costs
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