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Ayurveda Retreat in Thailand
Ayurveda, the ‘science of life’ is a healing art form which originated in the Indian subcontinent. This holistic system of natural medicine was described in the Vedic texts written around 3500 BC in ancient India. It promotes harmony, a balanced living of physical, mental, emotional and spiritual state. Kerala in India and the island of Sri Lanka are known famously for their best treatments in the Ayurvedic field. Thailand, on the other hand, is the fastest growing location, which is taking over the services in Ayurveda.
Thailand or “the Land of Smiles” is one of the best tourist destinations in South East Asia with the record of 38.27mn visitors in 2018. Thailand is the detox paradise, with the most popular cleansing detox treatments in the world. The professional spa therapists in Thailand offer traditional Ayurvedic treatments in the exotic islands of Thailand.
Ayurveda Retreat in Thailand
The relaxation effects from the treatment of Ayurveda are the primary focus of this healing therapy of every Ayurveda Retreat in Thailand. Many health and wellness retreats like Yoga retreats, Meditation retreats, Fitness retreats are all available in several parts of Thailand which are both luxurious and affordable. The purifying Ayurveda retreat will re-energize your well-being in a soothing way.
The paradisiacal islands with beautiful landscapes and tropical vegetation make for a perfect holiday location which is centric towards the wellness Ayurveda program. Some of the best Ayurveda retreats sessions can be experienced in Vikasa Yoga Resort, Kamalaya, Samhita Retreat, Chiva-Som and so on. The holistic development from the medicinal care of Thailand nurtures the mind, body, and soul.
What does Thai treatment include?
Begin your morning with gentle Yoga exercises next to the beach which includes Suryanamaskar (Sun Salutation) at one of your favorite islands like Koh Samui, Phuket. Follow the healthy routine by adding a vegan or green breakfast to give a boost to your day. This refreshing start is continued by several Ayurvedic treatments and spa therapies like herbal compressions, head massages, Sirodhara, rice pouch exercises, full body cleansing essential oil massages and baths, and much more. These rejuvenating oils, ayurvedic herb pastes are either imported specially from India or usually prepared in-house to meet the custom-requirements of every customer to relax the body, to clarify the mind by leaving them stress-free, pain-free by the end of the personalized session.
Thai treatment dissolves the toxins and discharges them from the body by tailoring thy habits extensively with the Sattvic diet, and lifestyle of a Yogi.
Types of Thai Ayurveda treatment in Thailand
- Royal Ayurvedic Massage
Usage of warm body oils all over the body, and the inclusions of tapping, rubbing, kneading, soft pinching techniques to increase the blood circulation in the body. The process leaves you feeling stress-free, and light like a shuttlecock.
It is a Sanskrit word meaning head-flow. Under this treatment, warm, medicated oil is poured directly on the forehead which opens up the blocked channels in your body and connects the chakras by linking them with your awakened state. It improves the flow of nutrients and oxygen, restores vitality, and balances the nervous system. Shirodhara is highly recommended for insomnia, sinus congestion, and clarity of mind.
- Kati Vasti
Kati Vasti is again a Sanskrit word which refers to the lower back. This treatment is to curb the problems related to the back such as prolapsed disk, chronic tension, sciatica, and fixes hypertension, fertility, cardiac-related conditions. A traditional medicinal paste is applied to help with the psychological imbalances, after which the warm Ayurvedic oil is applied for 30 minutes. This is followed by a back massage, and hot steam for deep-nourishment purposes.
- Marma Point Massage
Taste a state of complete harmony and bliss after this enchanting massage therapy, which uses proven skills to release pressure from the 107 energy points.
- Pathaganjaly (feet massage)
Patha is a Sanskrit word which means ‘feet’, and the therapist uses their feet to carefully massage the client by skillfully walking on the client. A hot oil massage on the muscles, hands, and feet is also given to the client who is reclined down on the floor. This treatment releases tensions, pressure from the body and enhances muscle flexibility, movement, and balances blood circulation.
Nourish your soul, and relax your body in the most euphoric way possible, by experiencing the unique and delightful Ayurveda Retreats in Thailand.