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our spa collection offers you a complete wellness experience for your mind, body & soul. Yoga and meditation help you to calm your body & mind and rejuvenate & refresh. India is slowly becoming a wellness centre with it’s ancient health forms like Ayurveda and various modern forms like reflexology, hot stone therapy and various herbal treatments. Faint strains of music, aroma of some essential oils & precise hands of experts bring the ultimate bliss of heavens. Come & be pampered.

The Ayurvedic system of medicine provides a fundamental understanding of the five basic elements of nature. Ayurveda believes that the body produces certain toxins that are harmful if they are not flushed out regularly. The skin forms a large organ, which helps the body to rid itself of toxins and impurities. Ayurveda advocates three precise steps for this detoxification and cleansing process- Snehana, Swedana and Snana. Snehana extracts toxins from the body with the use of scrubs, wraps and packs. Swedana goes a step further, and here detoxification takes place through saunas and steam baths. Snana or the

bath, is the last step in this holistic cleansing process. Given below are some important & well known Ayuvedic therapies.

Panchakarma - (The full program takes minimum 14 days)
Pancha means five, Karma means therapy. This five-fold purification therapy aims at correcting the imbalance of the body's bio energies (the Doshas: Vata, Pitta, Kapha) in order to maintain their inherent equilibrium.

Abhyanga (45 minutes)
A synchronized whole body massage performed by two therapists using a specific herbal oil selected according to the body type. The massage is followed by a steam bath and a hot shower. The treatment brings about improved physical consistency, induces deep relaxation and is very beneficial for vigor and vitality. In Ayurvedic classical texts, massage is mentioned as a preparatory measure, which stimulates various body systems, thus increasing the efficacy of any other treatment undertaken as part of an overall program. It has been known to greatly assist in improving the symptoms of rheumatism, improving eyesight, promoting sleep and creating a glowing appearance to the skin. Abhyanga has a rejuvenating effect on the whole body.

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