The Ayurvedic Spa at Sanskriti Vedic Retreat is a place to relax and be nurtured. Using traditional ayurvedic treatments, our intention is to restore your sense of balance and well-being, returning you to the level of energy you desire. Whether you spend a day or a week at ayurvedic spa in Sanskriti, you will leave stronger, more grounded and centered, with a renewed vigor and commitment to life.
Have you ever felt that you could benefit from a deep, all-the-way-to-your-core cleanse? Or perhaps you feel so depleted and fatigued that you sense a need for deep rejuvenation and nourishment? Is your mind so cluttered that you have a hard time finding the calm within?
If so, consider giving yourself the gift of panchakarma or any of the other amazing healing therapies offered at Sanskriti Vedic Retreat. This could be the best gift you ever give yourself; the gift of health, balance and well-being. A return to your own true nature.
Ayurveda is an ancient lifestyle practice which aims to create harmony within the body. Practised widely in India, it works on the belief that all life forms have a "dosha" - a unique mix of energies known as "vata", "pitta" and "kapha". This is similar to the Western idea of elements - water, fire, earth, and so on.
The Sanskrit term 'dosha' is probably the best-known principle of Ayurveda today, the fundamental goal of Ayurvedic practice is to maintain your own innate 'doshic' balance.
“Initially, there are three doshas, or body types. Vata is composed of ether [space] and air. Pitta is composed of fire and water. Kapha is composed of water and earth. Each one of us has a unique combination of Vata, Pitta and Kapha. But there are also duo and tri-doshic types for example Vata/Pitta or Vata/Pitta/Kapha.”
“Each dosha type has specific tendencies. For example, Vata means 'to move' or 'to enthuse.' Vata people have alert minds, a refreshing imagination, and lots of energy, but they can burn out quickly through over-activity. Pitta means 'to cook' or 'to burn.' Pitta people are skillful and bright. They also get easily offended and can be domineering. Kapha means 'to stick' or 'keep together.' Generally stable and patient, Kapha people are laid back and not easily provoked, but once enraged; it takes some time to calm them down again.”
A person's dosha determines the kind of lifestyle that is balancing and healthy for them, including the sorts of food they should eat and the amount and type of exercise they should do. Ayurveda covers a variety of techniques, from detoxification, diet and herbal prescriptions, to yoga, meditation and massage therapy.
Your ayurvedic spa treatment is designed to:
Ayurvedic spa treatments at Sanskriti Vedic Retreat involve some degree of massage, with therapeutic essential oils chosen to suit your dosha.
A traditional form of head had neck, scalp and shoulder massage performed In the prone position. These traditional experiences relax tons and ease muscle tension balance chakras and eliminate toxins by stimulating blood circulation and the lymphatic system leaving you in a state of tranquility and peace.
The movement of the masseur is slow, and the pressure use and more intense. This therapy helps to reduce adhesions and knots and loosen muscles. highly customized for your needs. Our therapist will focus on relieving pain from specific body regions fed all your tension melt away under their expert hands.
Gift yourself a luxury of nature. A detoxifying and lightening facial using specaly formulated scrub and magical Kumkumadi oil to provide complete care. The acial oil is made with twenty five Ayurvedic herbs that were used to improve skin tone, lighten the skin, minimize blemishes and hydrate the skin.