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Duration: 14 /21 /28 days

According to Ayurveda, stress on the body and mind is the primary reason for all problems – physical, mental, social, family, relationships, economical and spiritual problems in our life.

Without Shanti (Peace of Mind), we can’t enjoy all the good things in life. It doesn’t matter how healthy our body may be, or how many assets, friends, family, pleasures, name and fame we may possess. Do we really appreciate and enjoy what we have? If not, what’s point of trying to accumulate more? Yoga and Ayurveda taught has one primary purpose: to help people appreciate and respect their own body-mind and everything that we already have in this life, instead of stressing about what we don’t have.

Body and Mind are not two different things – but they are reflections of each other. All physical health problems have their source in the mind. And all mental stress and psychological fears are reflected in our physical body. The Ayurvedic approach to stress management is focused on relieving the stress from the Nervous System, while improving the relaxation of the entire body.

In addition to Ayurvedic therapies relieving the stress from the brain and nerves, proper diet, yoga, pranayamas, meditation and life styles changes offer a holistic a multi-approach to work on various aspects of the body-mind through gradual stages:

  • Stage 1: To relieve stress from different organs in the Physical body at a deeper level.

  • Stage 2: To improve the Cardio-Respiratory System (Blood Circulation and Lung Capacity).

  • Stage 3: To improve the Nervous System and Nadis in the Pranic body.

  • Stage 4: To improve the Endocrine Glands / Hormonal Balance, which are closely connected to emotional balance in the mind.

Please note stress management therapy works well for people stressed out due to work and a hectic lifestyle. If you are suffering from anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress and other psychological issues, this Ayurveda stress management therapy may be helpful but not sufficient.  Anxiety, depression and other psychological disorders are much more deeply seated in the mind. 

 

Rasayana Plans and Treatments:

  • Ayurvedic Meals Plan (Developed accordingly to the outcome of the Ayurvedic Wellness Report)

  • Daily Routine Plan (Including Yoga, meditations and Pranayama advice)

  • Herbal Supplements Plan (To promote metabolism, toxin elimination and relaxation)

  • Local Swedana (Loosening of toxins through herbal steam therapy).

  • Abhyanga (Rejuvenating and draining body massage massage - 1h)  

  • Marma Abhyanga (Body rejuvenation through ayurvedic oil massage - 1h).

  • Nasya (Ayurvedic therapies for the mouth, nose, eyes and ears - 30min)

  • Pizhichil (Muscle toning through warm medicated oils - 1h).

  • Shirodhara & Indian Head Massage (Nervous rejuvenation through warm medicated oils on forehead and Neck, Shoulders and Head massage)

  • Pada Abhyanga (Relaxing and revitalizing feet and legs massage)

  • Elakizhi (Therapeutic massaging with warm pouches containing herbs).

Please note the above list is a general set of treatments for this therapy. Based on your age, medical condition, ayurvedic dosha imbalance, the therapist will decide which treatments and duration of each one is appropriate.

How You Will Benefit:

Improvement in Pranic/Blood Circulation throughout the body.
Repair and building of muscle tissue.
Gives a youthful glow to skin.
Improves appetite, sleep quality, memory and concentration.
Builds immunity to fight the general strains from modern lifestyle.
Regulates & Balances the production/secretion of Hormones from Endocrine system.
Counteracts the symptoms of menopause.

Contraindications:

Rasayana therapy is given only when the system is relatively clean. It is not advisable to take this therapy with the following symptoms:

  • Excessive Ama (Toxins) in the system.

  • Slow metabolism.

  • Excessive phlegm.

  • Morbid Obesity.

  • Parasites in the system.

  • Fever, flu or acute illness.

  • Depression or psychological disorders. 

STRESS MANAGEMENT PLAN