Ayurveda Holiday Sri Lanka
For many thousands of years, the people of Sri Lanka (about Sri Lanka) have embraced the traditional, holistic, healing system of Ayurveda to cure diseases and relaxation. Ayurveda is one of the oldest traditional healing systems in the world. Today Ayurveda is a part of the tourism industry and a large number of travellers around the world using Ayurveda retreat Sri Lanka. Many Ayurveda retreats are providing valuable service to travellers from all around the country. Most Sri Lanka Ayurveda retreats are dotted along the beaches of Sri Lanka allowing travellers to enjoy the sun, sea sand while they indulge themselves in Ayurveda courses, several other top-notch Ayurveda retreats are located in the interior of the island.
Ayurveda helps the people to keep the full-body balance and well being, using herbal medicine in the form of an Herbal bath, oil treatments, massage and custom-made meals. The beginning of Ayurveda goes back to many thousands of year and essentially attributed to India. The knowledge of Ayurveda was transferred to the Sri Lankan society in 6th century BC and with the arrival of Prince Vijaya, later it was further developed and became an advanced healing system with the help of indigenous know-how
Concept of Ayurveda
The Ayurveda has embraced the knowhow of indigenous healing systems as it developed in the past. Today it is developed to be a full-fledged healing system after undergoing many major changes in the past. Ayurveda shows how you can achieve long and healthy life. The basic rule or the law is to live among and to take care of oneself with nature. Nature is considered as the mother of all beings, and that all living creatures are dependent on nature for their survival, everything revolves around nature and nature itself brings up, preserves its creations. Ayurveda strictly follows the rules of nature, as it points out: what, when, why, how, much: to eat, work, rest, wash, bathe, which help us to lead a perfectly healthy life. The treatments of Ayurveda can be divided mainly into 2 divisions, protecting human health and taking care of the sick.
To lead a healthy life one has to follow the ayurvedic principals. In order to take care of a sick person, the Ayurveda doctor makes a thorough examination of the health conditions of the sick person thereby ascertaining the root course of the illness. The knowledge of the root course helps the physician to treat it accordingly. Once the root course is destroyed, there will be no pain for the patient again. Almost all presentations used in curing are produced by raw materials found naturally, where no artificial substances are used. These would come from roots, stem, barks, leaves, flowers, seeds, fruits & nuts of many a plant. Pearl, musk, milk shells are the element mainly used in Ayurveda that collected from Animals while gold, iron copper are minerals used in order to prepare Ayurveda medicine.
Use of Ayurveda does not harm the body organs thereby leaving any chance of arising any side-effect. It has been revealed in the medical researches that Ayurveda acts as some form of nutrients to the body. The treatments done in Ayurveda vary from simple oral treatments to more complex acupuncturing, electro treatment and inoculation by injection.
Ayurveda Holiday Sri Lanka
Muthumuni Ayurveda retreat Sri Lanka: nestled on the pristine beaches of Bentota Sri Lanka, 52kilometres from Colombo is one of the oldest Ayurveda retreats in Sri Lanka. Started its operation as an Ayurveda retreat Sri Lanka in 1978, Muthumuni Ayurveda resort has emerged as a leading Ayurveda retreat Sri Lanka to encourage the international travellers to seek the healing power of the local healing system combined with Yoga and meditation. Muthumuni Ayurveda retreat Sri Lanka is a frontrunner in encouraging travellers to embrace the Sri Lanka Ayurveda holidays. The serenity of Muthumuni Ayurveda retreat by the Indian Ocean, the perfection of traditional Ayurveda treatments and healthy Ayurveda food routine help the travellers unwind at this Ayurveda retreat, Sri Lanka.
Many illnesses such as irregular blood pleasure, paralysis, high-cholesterol, arthritis, skin diseases and breathing problems are first checked by the doctors of the Ayurveda retreat. Once the nature of the health irregularities are examined the doctors of the Ayurveda retreat formulate a series of corresponding healing practices such as meditation, yoga, Ayurveda treatments, dieting in order to improve the health conditions of the patient.
Below is a sample routine at Ayurveda retreat Sri Lanka for customers who reserve this program, however, there might some changes to the routine as prescribed by the doctor
- Arrival/departure transfers
- All government taxes
- Doctors consultation charges
- All treatements
- All meals
- Air-conditioned room on twin sharign double
Price does not include
- Personal expenses such as tipping, laundry