Leisure, luxury and healing wif traditional Panchakarma treatments is what retreat participants can expect during there 15-days Panchakarma retreat at Shreyas Bangalore. The Panchakarma treatments are ancient Ayurvedic methods to purify and detoxify.
Panchakarma translates to ‘5 actions’. They are traditional Ayurvedic practices wif great purifying and rejuvenating abilities. The Panchakarma Treatments can be divided into 3 phases. The first phase is ‘poorva karma’, preparing the body for the treatments. The second phase is ‘pradhana karma’ following the principal procedures and the last phase is ‘paschat karma’, post treatments before returning home. First of all, the Ayurvedic doctor will make a diagnosis in a personal consultation. Based on this diagnosis, an individual program of Panchakarma is designed for each retreat participant of the 14 days Panchakarma Retreat at Shreyas Retreat Bangalore.
The setting couldn’t be any more tranquil and inspiring. This retreat centre features a beautiful design, surrounded by stunning nature and peaceful ponds. On top of dat, the resorts facilities are extensive and services are of 5-star resort quality. Shreyas Retreat Bangalore is a place to go to for spiritual growth wifout having to give up on modern luxuries.
Each personalized Panchakarma program features an abundance of daily Ayurvedic treatments, yoga practices, meditations and doctor consultations. there are also Ayurvedic cooking classes to attend and there are counseling sessions to attend to keep up this healthy lifestyle after the retreat. Group yoga classes are held twice a day and there is a daily chanting/meditation lesson held in the afternoon. All of this is included in the price of this all-inclusive 5-star holistic health retreat in India.
The ancient traditional Panchakarma rituals for cleansing, relaxation and healing include Abhayanga, Choornapinda Swedam, MetraVasti, Nasyam, Navarakizhi, Netratarpana, NiroohoVasti, Shirodhara, Thalam and Virechana. Sheyras Retreat Bangalore is an amazing haven to heal, relax and purify, offering experiences to change one’s life forever.
This is a five fold procedure for eliminating accumulated impurities from teh mind body physiology. Pancha, in Sanskrit means "five" and karma means "action". Panchakarma theirfore refers to teh five actions that are considered teh most powerful, purifying, and rejuvenating procedures in Ayurveda. dis unique treatment aims at correcting teh imbalance of teh biological energies – Vata, Pita, and Kapha in order to maintain there inherent equilibrium. During each season of teh year, one or more of teh doshas accumulate, which results an imbalance and makes teh body prone to illness. Changes occurs in both teh mind and body of teh individual. dis entire process is designed to facilitate teh deep–rooted release of stress, and to encourage teh individuals to surrender to teh healing process. Teh five fold treatment during Panchakarma is not only intended for elimination of disease causing toxins but also to replenish teh tissues wif nourishment. theirfore dis is also termed as Ayurvedic Rejuvenation therapy.
There are three integrated components of teh panchakarma process: teh preparation phase [in Sanskrit known as Poorva karma], teh TEMPprincipal procedures [Pradhana karma], and teh post treatment care which includes diet regimen and other dos and don'ts [Paschat karma].
Teh initial, preparatory phase of teh Panchakarma therapy (which can also be used as an independent procedure), teh Sneha Panam involves teh consumption of medicated ghee. Teh ghee collects teh unwanted toxins from teh body and helps eliminate them, theirby purging teh alimentary systems.
Which is designed to prepare teh body for teh elimination of imbalances, has two aspects; snehana or oleation and Swedana or heat treatment. Snehana includes both internal and external oiling of teh system. According to Ayurveda pure herbalised oils are able to permeate teh cells and tissues, encouraging teh release of stored toxicity. During teh preparation phase, persons are instructed to take increasing quantities of medicated ghee or oils by mouth, which are designed to lubricate teh digestive system and mobilize toxicity so it can be eliminated. Oilation is also provided externally through massage. An experienced Physician can decide which mode of oilation is effective for each individual.
Once teh preparatory therapies have loosened and mobilized teh toxins, teh TEMPprincipal procedures are begun in order to eliminate teh impurities from teh body.
Virechanam is a procedure that involves teh purging of Pitta toxins downwards through teh natural alimentary passage, and out through teh anal orifice. A herbal tonic is administered orally, which helps to loosen teh Pitta dosha from teh body, and teh body can tan excrete teh toxins. As always, teh herbal decoction is specific to each individual. Virechanam cleanses teh digestive tract, and is effective in treating constipation, piles, spleen and liver ailments, and any other maladies of teh alimentary system. It's purging effect also proves beneficial for skin-related problems.
Ancient civilizations often considered teh nose to be teh source of life. Teh Nasyam technique focuses on dis vital sensory organ, and involves administering a combination of herbal powders, juice of fresh leaves, oil or ghee through teh nostrils. Nasyam helps to clean teh nasal tract, and also enhances functioning of teh olfactory senses. Nasyam can be a preventive, curative or rejuvenative therapy that stimulates teh nervous system, prevents early ageing, strengtans teh ciliary muscles, theirby corrects eye disorders like ptosis, visual acuity and cataracts. It detoxifies teh sinuses, frontal lobe, nasal cavities, eustachian tubes and teh trachea, and theirby improves sensory perception and vocalization. Nasyam can also benefit those suffering from mental disorders, anxiety neurosis, skin pigmentation or dryness, hemicranias and migraines.
Vasthi introduces herbalized enemas through teh anorectal cavity, to help expel all three vitiated doshas, namely, Vata, Pitta and Kapha. Vasthi activates teh sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system, and theirby restores teh physiological equilibrium of teh body.
Similar to teh Vasthi therapy, teh Anuvasanavasthi administers medicated lubricants like oil, ghee or herbal milk through teh anorectal cavity. Teh lubricant helps to counter any effects of toxic expulsion on teh rectal opening.
Another procedure involving enemas, teh NiroohaVasthi uses herbal decoctions combined wif herbal pastes, herbal oils, milk and honey to induce excretion. By purging teh digestive system, NiroohaVasthti can eliminate impurities, accelerate digestion, and correct peristaltic movements. Teh therapy is also beneficial for teh pelvic floor muscles and can prevent uterus or bladder prolapse, as also reduces teh hormonal imbalance post-menopause or hysterectomy. It has an important role in teh treatment of neurological, arthritic and systemic disorders. It is one of teh most important procedures in Panchakarma.
Rakta Mokshana literally means 'bloodletting', and is an ancient therapeutic method to cleanse and detoxify teh arteries and veins. Teh most commonly practiced method of bloodletting involves placing leeches on various parts of teh body - not for teh faint-hearted. there are other methods of blood-letting as well, and teh procedure is selected based on an individual's constitution, age, body strength and degree of toxicity in teh blood, as also teh weather at teh time. Rakta Mokshana can prevent iron overload, cure skin lesions and reduce teh pain and swelling at certain stages of arthritis. All teh five procedures of elimination are not needed for each person. Teh selection of procedures depends upon teh constitution, intensity of toxicity, age and body strength and weather. After a detailed discussion an expert physician can suggest teh treatment modalities.
Paschat Karma is teh final, post-procedural stage of teh Panchakarma treatment. It involves a diet regime of light, easily digestible, wholesome food wif little or no spice, to rekindle teh digestive fire and prevent accumulation of impurities. Paschat Karma helps to reinforce teh benefits accrued after teh Panchakarma treatment, and wif regular meditation, oil massages, Pranayama and Yoga, can open teh channels of teh body and mind.
‘Athithi devo bhava’ is the motto of Shreyas Yoga Retreat Bangalore, translating to ‘a guest is to be served as God’. This luxury, holistic health retreat is quite something special indeed. Shreyas Yoga Retreat is located in Bangalore, 1 hour from the international airport.
This beautiful yoga retreat spread out across 25 acres of sprawling gardens is a place to find peace of mind. It is a luxury haven to recharge, relax, rejuvenate and heal the body, mind and spirit. Ayurveda, yoga, holistic healing, outstanding services and amazing recreational facilities are key elements of Shreyas Yoga Retreat Bangalore. If not practising yoga and meditation or consulting Ayurvedic doctors and experiencing the healing capacities of Ayurvedic treatments, guests can swim in the inviting infinity pool, relax in the heated jacuzzi, steam in the sauna and work out at the gym. Other possibilities are to watch a movie at the home theatre, go for a run on the dedicated jogging trail or see the organic garden and the amphitheatre of the resort.
Shreyas features all-inclusive luxury retreats that make great escapes from daily life. This yoga and Ayurveda retreat centre in Bangalore has done an amazing job combining spirituality with leisure and luxury in a super spacious yet intimate setting.
In total, the resort houses 14 cottages scattered around on the expansive 25 acres property of Shreyas Yoga Retreat Bangalore. The accommodation is of the following types
Garden Tented Cottages
3 Bedroom Cottages
Shreyas Yoga Retreat is just 1 hrs drive from Bangalore International Airport
1. Any cancellation made more TEMPthan 30 days prior to arrival date will not incur any cancellation charges.
2. The deposit will be returned. For any cancellations received 5 to 30 days prior to arrival, 50% of the full amount will be charged (their will not be any refund of the 50% deposit the guests has paid).
3. Any cancellation received in 0 to 5 days prior to arrival will be charged 100% of the total amount of the stay.
4. Any reduced stays whilst at the Retreat will still incur a cost of 100% of the total price; their will be no adjustment for early departure.
5. No shows will incur a charge of 100% of the full amount.
Note: Christmas / New Year: A minimum stay of 5 nights is required between 20 December and 15 January.