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Ayurveda Retreats in Sri Lanka

We as a Sri Lankan DMC are proud to offer authentic Ayurveda retreat in Sri Lanka. Sri Lankan Ayurveda treatments have their own Ayurvedic system. Based on a series of prescriptions handed down from generation to generation over a period of 3000 years. The kings, who were also prominent physicians as recorded by historical texts, sustained its survival and longevity. Sarartha Sangrahaya was written by King Buddhadasa during 398 AD who was the most prominent physician of his time and which is still being viewed by physicians to date.

Ancient inscriptions on rock surfaces reveal the full establishment of the medical services, which existed within the country. These ancient hospital sites which were active centuries ago now attract the tourists. Who now view and marvel at these beautiful ruins, which have come to symbolize a sense of healing and care that was so prevalent at that time. The Ayurvedic physicians enjoyed a noble position in the social hierarchy in the country. Due to its Royal patronage and from this stem a famous Sri Lankan saying; ‘IF YOU CANNOT BE A KING, BECOME A HEALER’.

The classical texts of Sri Lankan Ayurveda in their written form are almost 3,000 years old. However, like all of the 40 areas of Veda and Vedic Literature, the knowledge of Ayurveda has been passed down orally for thousands of years. This makes Ayurveda older than any other science of health.The classical Ayurvedic texts describe an ancient civilization where the presence of illness was unknown.

Even today, Ayurveda serves to maintain, promote and restore good health as well as preventing illness.
The original purpose of Ayurveda was not just to improve the health of the individual, but also to create a positive influence on the health of society as a whole. According to the Vedic rishis (seers), as expressed in the ancient text, the positive healthy behavior of each individual combines to produce a disease-free society.
In centuries past, during periods of foreign rule in India, the traditional knowledge of Ayurveda was increasingly pushed into the background. As a result, many important aspects of this holistic approach to health care became lost. Fortunately, the traditional families of India and Sri Lanka have preserved this priceless knowledge and have passed on to their succeeding generations.

Types of Ayurveda Treatments in Sri Lanka

Ayurveda translates into English as the Science of Life (Ayur – life, veda – science).  In Sri Lanka, Ayurveda is an ancient medicine that is practiced extensively, as mention earlier it was passed on from one generation to another. Which makes it the oldest healing science in the world. This curative art was passed down from time immemorial through an oral tradition, through old masters to their disciples. This valuable ancient treatment is offered by most of the Ayurveda Retreats in Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka Ayurveda Retreats are world-famous and several Ayurveda Health retreats have made it to famous magazines. We showcase the best Ayurveda hotels in Sri Lanka on our platform, so you couldpick the best Ayurveda retreat in Sri Lanka for you.

Ayurveda which is the most ancient form of healing is preserved in Sri Lanka in its original form. Where ever you travel, you will be able to find Ayurveda retreats in Sri Lanka. You will be able to discover great Ayurveda remedies and the power of yoga. If you are keen to go through Ayurveda treatment of physical ailments and complete detoxification, there are numerous Ayurveda retreats in Sri Lanka. All these retreats provide holistic and authentic Ayurveda treatment. These retreats offer 7,14 and 21 days stay, where you will go through a healing process that would impact you by bringing in positive energy in your life. Panchakarma is a healing therapy which very famous among the tourist who visits Sri Lanka for wellness programs. This Ayurveda purifying treatment eliminates toxins and waste from your body.

Sri Lanka is an island where Mother Nature has blessed her with all kinds of landscape and climate. If you travel to the south, you will be able to find Ayurveda resorts in Sri Lanka which are situated in the golden beaches. There are arrays of hotels and resorts from luxury ones to budget stays. And if you travel to the central part of Sri Lanka you will be able to experience the hill country cozy chills with numerous hotels and resorts that fits your pocket.

When traveling to Sri Lanka it is important to pick your dream location for your wellness (Ayurveda/Yoga) treatments, are you looking for a stay by the coastal location hill country or the historical popular locations?
We have listed most of the Ayurveda Hotels and Resorts which offer authentic Ayurveda treatments according to the locations. Ayurveda Serendib will help you to pick Ayurveda Retreat according to your needs, wants and your budget. Let us help you!

Following are some of the popular Sri Lankan Ayurveda Treatments which are offered by Ayurveda retreats in Sri Lanka-

Ayurveda Body Massage

The whole-body massage can be given using different types of oil depending on the body type (i.e. vata, pitta, kapha, or a combination). The massage can be performed with a combination of strokes including tapping, kneading, rubbing, and squeezing. It is very beneficial for general rejuvenation, skin and musculoskeletal conditioning or problems such as obesity, body aches, and pain. Sharpen memory reduces body fat, improves skin tone and enables peaceful sleep.

Ayurveda Head Massage

When oil is applied to the head, it gets absorbed into the scalp through the roots of the hair. This nourishes, lubricates, and strengthens the hair roots and the skin of the scalp preventing hair loss and premature greying. It improves circulation to the head, relaxing the muscles and nerve fibers. This helps to refresh both the mind and the body, relieving tension and fatigue and improving the complexion.

Ayurveda Face Massage & Face Pack

A fresh and radiant face means you feel beautiful and more confident in dealing with day-to-day work. It would not be incorrect to say that in most cases, the face is the index of the mind. These beneficial oils go deep into the tissues, relax the facial muscles, tone up the skin and even improve the eyesight and nervous system.

Face Packs are softer and more porous types of face masks. Very similar in action, they improve circulation as well as cleanse and tauten the entire face. Because they are soft, they allow the skin to breathe more and are gentler than masks.

Ayurveda Back Massage

The massage is performed on the back and along the spine. Back massage can have a profoundly relaxing effect, lowering stress levels, easing pain and inducing a blissful state of repose. This is one of the main massages consumed by most of the tourists who visit Ayurveda Retreats in Sri Lanka.

Ayurveda Hand Massage

Hand Massage works deeply by stimulating acupuncture points and energy meridians that run through the hands to the tips of the fingers. And, like foot reflexology, the hand has areas that are associated with the various organs and systems within the body such as stimulating the kidney area in the center of the palm. This helps the body deal more easily with the extra toxins that you release through the hand massage.

Ayurveda Arm Massage

Headaches, neck pain, and aching shoulders or tired hands can all be caused by tension in the arms. Massaging the arms helps the arms and shoulders to relax, and can alleviate many of these problems

Ayurveda Foot Massage

During foot massage, special attention is focused on the “tender spots”. This massage produces a reflect effect on the internal organs as well as creating a combined soothing and invigorating effect. Massage of the feet prevents and cures dryness, numbness, roughness, fatigue, and cracking of the heels. It strengthens walking and running.

Ayurveda Leg Massage

Another popular treatment offered in most of the Ayurvedic Hotels and Resorts in Sri Lanka is the leg massage. This stimulating the circulation, massage brings blood and nutrients to the legs and helps to prevent varicose veins. Gentle stroking up the legs towards the lymph nodes can help to reduce puffiness or swelling in the lower legs. Help to reduce the accumulation of cellulite, the dry skin and flabby thighs.

Ayurveda Udvartana

The same medicated powders are for this will help to Reduces excess fat, Promotes healthy skin and vibrant complexion, Prevents and reduces wrinkles, Cures dryness of the skin.

Ayurveda Neck & Shoulder Massage

Special herbal oil is applied to the neck and the shoulder to release muscular spasms, rheumatic pain and stress-related conditions as the neck and the shoulder area is so often stiff and tense. This is due to the neck muscles having to continue to support the head and also many people habitually hunch their shoulders, making the muscles at the sides of the neck very tense.

Ayurveda Netra Basti

Washing the eye with medicated oils. It is an ancient treatment from India to relieve the tensions that are trapped in the eye socket that can result in poor eyesight, pain, fatigue, and that sunken, sallow look. Traditionally, this treatment is used to improve eyesight and nourish the nervous system via the eyeball as it connects directly to the eyes, soothes away wrinkles, enhances colour and depth perception, creates a sense of ease and acceptance, and promotes a deep feeling of contentment.

Ayurveda Herbal Bath

The body is prepared for bathing by first receiving an oil massage and then to lie on medicine with fresh herbs for which it will calm your body and relief from body aches.

 

 

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