Health Retreats in Sri Lanka
Enjoy the serene bliss of ayurvedic and traditional medicine treatment of Sri Lanka
The Ayurvedic and traditional medicine of Sri Lanka has a long history of curing a large number of chronic illnesses
Sri Lanka has been known the world over for their indeginous and Ayurvedic medicine systems due to the amazing health benefits they give. Because of its verdure and traditional surroundings, Sri Lanka, the Pearl of the Indian Ocean, is said to be the sanctuary for reviving one’s body and spirit. It provides the perfect scene to those who would like to take the time off from their active lifestyle.
When you think of relaxing, think of breathtaking vistas over mountains or a soothing sunset over the ocean. Can you imagine how amazing such a place would be. So if you are looking for some rest and relaxation Sri Lanka is the place to go. While there are many accommodation options for you to choose from Sri Lanka also has some specific wellness resorts that have your health and well-being foremost in their minds.
What you can expect from Ayurvedic Treatment
Ayurvedic treatments are health treatments which follow the teachings of Ayurveda. Above all each Ayurveda treatment is individually planned according to the needs of the patient and it should prescribed by a qualified Ayurvedic doctor. Every cure includes a specific Ayurvedic diet which corresponds with the patient’s constitution type. Along with this diet, various treatments are applied to help balance the substances in your body. This consequently promotes inner harmony and contribute to overall well-being, as well as making your body and mind strong enough to combat numerous diseases. Many travelers reguarly visit Ayurveda retreats to benefit from Ayurveda treatments, slow down, relax and above all find peace. Yoga treatments in Sri Lanka are a mainstay in Ayurvedic treatment and they help to relax the mind as well as the body.
The best Ayurvedic treatments from Sri Lanka
Shirodhara (shiro-forehead, dhara-flow) is an Ayurvedic treatment in which oil is poured onto the forehead and is acknowledged as the best-known Ayurvedic practice. It is performed with a special mixture of oil and herbs. The recipes vary and some of them are over 2,000 years old! The oil flow and head massage calm the nervous system, reduce stress and relieve headaches.
Ayurveda Herbal Bath Treatment
Ayurvedic baths are used to relax muscles for body relaxation and revitalisation. Flowers are often added to the water along with herbs and oils. Furthermore the pleasant aroma and warmth of the water allow for relaxation and pure indulgence.
Ayurvedic treatments include a variety of wraps and body scrubs, with use of natural ingredients which correspond to your type of constitution. Depending on the desired result, wraps can cover almost the whole body or they be applied to particular body parts.
Ayurvedic face masks work in a similar way to conventional face masks. Typical ingredients include healing clay, herbs and oils as well as other natural elements such as algae. The masks soothe, nourish, revitalise, rejuvenate and detoxify skin as well as contributing to mood enhancement and supporting Ayurvedic cures.
Yoga and Meditation in Ayurveda
In an Ayurvedic treatment, yoga is often practised every day to relax muscles and strengthen them through controlled use. So an Ayurvedic holiday is a great opportunity to improve your balace and experience all of the health benefits of yoga. For yoga enthusiasts, a treatment in an Ayurvedic resort is a perfect opportunity to practice yoga in an authentic setting.
Meditation is used for mental relaxation and teaches you how to control your emotions and focuses on your body, which makes it a fantastic supplement to an Ayurveda treatment. Most Ayurvedic resorts offer group meditation once a week, however it is recommended to meditate on your own as well, paying close attention to posture and breathing.
Health Retreats in Sri Lanka will help you get treatments for your ailments, refresh & relax your mind and body. As a result some visitors keep coming back to Sri Lanka year after year because they want to enjoy that bliss again and again.