What is ayurveda?
Ayurveda is made up of two words “Ayus” and “veda.” Ayus means life and veda means knowledge. So it means that Ayurveda is the knowledge of life and longevity. It is a way of life which deals with not only the body and the mind but also the human spirit and consciousness. It is science, philosophy, and spirituality all put together. It contains knowledge on the healing process. It talks about the characteristics of long and happy life and also about short and unhappy life. The goal of Ayurveda is to keep the healthy person in a healthy state and to cure the person when he gets disease.
You say your Ayurveda is authentic – why is that?
We attempt to be true to the classical Ayurveda texts – right from the design, the colours used in the treatment rooms, the positioning of the treatment table, the treatment table itself, the herbs and oils used, the way the treatments are given – we have consciously made an effort to explore the original Ayurveda texts and bring out what lay hidden between the lines. We do not say this is unique or original; we have only made an honest attempt to stick to the original texts and not compromise the principles of Ayurveda.
What is different about your Ayurveda?As mentioned earlier, there is nothing unique or original. All that we attempted is to be as authentic as possible not merely in the use of herbs and treatments but also in the creation of an optimum healing environment which facilitates the whole healing process. We have not tampered with the core principles of Ayurveda; we have not diluted the oils by adding perfumes; we have not sugar-coated the internal medicines – they all remain the same. For we do not want to compromise.All we have done is improve the delivery system – to improve the ambience in which you receive your treatments; make you feel more at home; encouraged our physicians and therapists wherein their very presence and mere touch is highly therapeutic; we have made a sincere effort to ensure that your experience is truly unique, and stays with you even after you go back home.