Ayurveda hotel Sri Lanka: Ayurveda was developed thousands of years ago by the sages of India. It is as a science of life. It is believed by many to be amongst the most powerful and sophisticated health systems. And yet it is not only a method of treating ill health and maintaining good health. Ayurvedic practitioners also describe is as a means through which people can discover their full human potential.
Those who practice Ayurveda believe that everyone of us is made up of five elements. These elements are earth, space, fire, air and water. These combine in the human body to form three primary life forces or energies, called doshas. They control how your body works. They are Vata dosha (space and air); Pitta dosha (fire and water); and Kapha dosha (water and earth).
In Ayurveda, as with other forms of health management, it is believed that we must take responsibility for our own health. Where Ayurveda differs however, is in it's foundation in the belief that the mind and body are connected. In order for us to stay healthy, Ayurvedic doctors recommend that we mediate. This allows us to achieve inner peace which in turn brings balance. In practical terms this slows our heart rate and breathing therefore resulting in lower levels of stress hormones such as adrenaline and cortisol. This in turn increases the bodies production of wellbeing enhancing neurotransmitters including dopamine, serotonin and endorphins.
Following a consultation with an Ayurvedic practitioner, they will design a treatment plan designed specifically for you. He / she will consider your unique emotional and physical makeup, your primary life force, and how all three of these elements combine in balance.
In Ayurveda you are treated using Ayurvedic "medicines". These include oils and herbs made from entirely natural elements all found in nature.
Ayurvedic doctors and practitioners state there are no side effects from Ayurvedic treatments.
What you can expect from your Ayurvedic experience at Elements:
Here at Elements Ayurveda hotel Sri Lanka, your Ayurvedic experience begins either in the peace of your beach bungalow or cabana or as you sit upon the sand of the beach beside the ocean or lagoon. Ours is a tranquil location where you can meditate amongst nature.
Once you are settled and feeling relaxed, you can book an appointment with our experienced Ayurvedic doctor. If you already have a specific treatment in mind, you can discuss this with the doctor. Alternatively, you may have aches and pains which you can describe and for which he can prescribe a specific treatment. Otherwise, you may simply wish to receive a relaxing, mind and body balancing massage. All of these options are open to you as part of your ayurvedic experience within our Ayurveda hotel Sri Lanka.
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