WHAT IS AYURVEDA?
Ayurveda is a traditional medicine that is still practised by many in India, Nepal and Sri Lanka. Translated literally, Ayurveda means ‘knowledge of life’ or ‘life science’. The term originates from Sanskrit and is a combination of the words AYUS (life) and VEDA (knowledge).
Ayurveda is based on a combination of experience and and philosophy that focuses on the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual aspects important to both human health and illness.
As such, Ayurveda is a holistic approach.
Central elements of Ayurveda are:
- Ayurveda – massage and purification techniques
- Herbal medicine
Which health complaints can be treated with Ayurveda?
- Musculoskeletal complaints
- Muscle tension
- Rheumatoid conditions* Metabolism disorders
- Sleep disorders
- States of exhaustion – burnout
- Menopausal symptoms
- Skin disorders
- Immune deficiencies
- Respiratory tract disorders
- Stomach and intestinal complaints
- Heart and circulatory problems
- Psychosomatic disorders
- General lack of energy
- Obesity and weight deficiency
- Nicotine withdrawal
PURE NATURE AYURVEDA HOUSE
Our traditional Ayurveda area has an entirely open design and is completely embedded in natural surroundings. This enables our guests, for example, to deeply immerse themselves into the surrounding natural environment while taking a herbal bath. We also have our own in-house doctor’s practice, where medical consultations and acupuncture are carried out.
The SPA TREATMENT
PANCHAKARMA cleansing treatment
Our range of services includes our customised, intensive PANCHAKARMA cleansing treatment.
An intensive cleansing of the entire organism, the treatment is designed to free the entire body of metabolic toxins, to cleanse and clarify, but also to eliminate the mental and spiritual elements that help cause illnesses. For this treatment a two-week, or better still a three-week spa treatment is recommended. At PURE NATURE AYURVEDA HOUSE, irrespective of the classic spa components, we endeavour to customise your treatment as much as possible wholly in alignment with your medical indications.
The basic treatment
This treatment is designed simply as a course of relaxation and rejuvenation for those wishing to discover Ayurveda. Massages, herbal baths, steam baths, healthy eating; but not including the Panchakarma cleansing treatment. (2-3 treatments a day).
Nutrition is an important part of any Ayurveda spa and is designated as one of the primary components of the treatment.
Each day you will be served balanced meals carefully coordinated to your individual physique. Fully balanced in the Ayurvedic sense means encompassing the full range of flavours such as… sweet, sour, salty, spicy, sharp, herbs (astringent). And always fresh from the local region!