An international day for Yoga for the world to celebrate may have come into the existence now, but Ayurveda and yoga were never separated from India. For years and even today, many travellers from across the globe travel to India in search of wellness and spiritual healing and with the advent of many treatments and ease of travel, India has now become the prime destination for wellness and yoga holidays.
The Ayurveda centre at the Taj Hotel in Calicut has been termed as one of the best Ayurveda and rejuvenation treatment centre in India. With religiously following ancient Ayurvedic principles, this centre along with natural rejuvenation therapies and beauty treatments also provide specialized therapies such as Abhyanga, the Swedana, the Nasya etc that deals with specific needs of the patron. Due to its high standards, it was also conferred with ‘Green Leaf’ award by the Indian tourism department.
As the world’s first Ayurveda resort, Somatheeram in Kerala has emerged as a prime destination for travellers seeking vacations with healing as a prime motive. The roaring of the sea beyond the resort adds to its tranquil environment.
Situated in the beautiful locales the history of Uttarakhand and offering a fusion of Ayurveda and Aromatherapy, this Ayurvedic and wellness resort hails from a family with roots in 400 years old tradition of Ayurvedic treatment. Giving a panoramic view of the Arabian sea, this resort embodies the Indian medicine system with a host of treatments for most common ailments suffered. The Yoga and meditation wing focuses on the healing of psychological and emotionally distressing. Bring together the ancient techniques of Yoga and contemporary spa treatments gives Ananda an edge over many of its competitors.
With 25 health therapy centres and health resorts across India, Vidyashala has come to be a sought out rejuvenation and healing vacation destination. Awarded ‘Best Ayurvedic Spa’ at the Asia Spa Awards, it has been recognized for it’s unique and authentic treatment techniques.
Located amidst the city of Hyderabad, Charaka offers rejuvenation treatments on focusing on all three aspects of mind, body, and soul. Covering all five techniques of purgation, the centre offers various panchakarma treatments as well as other solutions like Kaya Kalpa Chikitsa, Vajikarana, and Soundarya Vardhini which is basically an all in all a beauty treatment.
Started in 19th century, Kalari Kovilakam has remained as one of top choices for Ayurvedic treatments in India. Combining the practices of yoga and meditation with treatments like herbal messages, purifying baths this centre has follows the ideology of complete rejuvination.
Surrounded by the sandy beaches of Goa, Devaaya has become a preferred destination of many travellers landing in Goa. With a set of doctors counselling patients before prescribing a treatment, the centre also offers residential program culminating, yoga, meditation, food, and music making it one of the most interesting wellness centre to check in to.
Founded by Dr. V Franklin, this Ayurvedic and wellness resort hails from a family with roots in 400 years old tradition of Ayurvedic treatment. Giving a panoramic view of the Arabian sea, this resort embodies the Indian medicine system with a host of treatments for most common ailments suffered. The Yoga and meditation wing focuses on the healing of psychological and emotional de-stressing.