Detoxify the body holistically and naturally…
Holistic wellness treatments are a combination of ayurvedic, naturopathic and complementary therapies along with diet and yoga. The basic premise here is that ailments are caused by unhealthy toxins which build up in the body due to wrong diet, stressed lifestyle and polluted environment. Through yoga, naturopathy and ayurveda it is possible to overcome physical disorders by eliminating the toxins from the body with the help of the five elements: air, water, earth, fire and ether.
Chronic ailments like diabetes, blood pressure, bone disorders, cough, asthma, skin problems, aches and pains etc may be curable through wellness therapies such as hip and spinal baths, mud packs, massages, enemas, colour and magnet therapies etc.
Holistic wellness retreats in India…
Destress, relax and rejuvenate your mind and body at the wellness retreats in various locations listed in Resources below. While one can avail the treatment either for curing an existing ailment, it is also observed that even healthy individuals are going-in for a detoxifying rejuvenation regimen as a proactive measure.
Doctors at some of the facilities draw up wellness plans after noting the guest's maladies as well as his or her psychological, nutritional, social, emotional, environmental, spiritual and cultural facets. Also, with the help of health and wellness coaches, you can introspect on your lifestyle choices and recognise unhealthy patterns. You can then pursue life-forming habits which facilitate greater wellness.
Most of the centres offer some or all of the following: spa experiences, healthy eating options, opportunities for personal growth, yoga and meditation, spirituality, fitness and holistic health treatments. Food is pure vegetarian and alcohol is taboo. The peace and quiet of the retreats enhance the overall experience.
Such treatments should ideally be for two weeks but one-week or extended weekend (4-day) duration treatments are also available. Costs vary widely but generally are in the range of Rs 50,000 to Rs 1 Lakh and this includes special diet and deluxe accommodation.