Stand by the River Periyar and soak in the sun as your body repairs itself of all illnesses. At The Health Village you can enjoy the rituals of Ayurveda marrying Yoga in our very simple space. We work towards wellness the authentic way and believe that authentic Ayurveda Treatment combined with the sister science of Yoga can bring together the body, mind and spirit. Our dedicated staff right from the doctors to the therapists and yoga acharyas and everyone across the system is working towards your well being. And that is what our core strength has been over the years. The air richly infused with the goodness of herbs and medicinal plants which cover the property adds to the healing touch in this space of traditional Ayurveda Treatment.
If it is not holistic, it is not healing at all and that is the mantra that we have always stood by and believed in.Read More
Ayurveda postulates that the harmony of three bio-energies in the body brings about Health. They are called Dosha is Sanskrit.Read More
Ayurveda categorizes the human body into seven parts based on its characteristics. Knowing your own Prakruthi will help you understand more about yourself.Read More
A detailed consultation helps us understand and resolve your ailments.Read More
Authentic Ayurveda Treatment helps heal and rejuvenateRead More
Treatment suites are clean, well equipped and ambient with soothing musicRead More
All the ingredients for the medicines are pure and organic, sourced from natural habitats.Read More
Panchakarma Treatment is the most popular detox program in Ayurveda. It is a unique way to heal & rejuvenateRead More
Because we believe that no cure is complete without healing the mind and spiritRead More
Ayurveda calls food as Mahabheshaja – the Ultimate Medicine.Read More
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This is a metabolic disorder where the body fails to utilize glucose produced at the end of digestion which leads to increased glucose level in the serum of blood and urine.
Arthritis is of different types. When it is caused by excess toxins in the body, the patient will suffer from fever, swelling, heaviness and restricted movement. This is usually ama-vata or rheumatoid arthritis.
The most common nutritional disorder in the modern world today is caused by continuous intake of fat rich foods, fried and processed foods accompanied by a sedentary life style.
There are several reasons for lower back pain. Some of them include poor posture, prolapsed inter-vertebral disk, strained muscle or ligaments, inflammation of pelvic joints and chronic constipation.
Psoriasis is a chronic skin disease with red scales and patches and itching formed generally on the body and scalp.
Ayurveda pays a lot of importance to various physiological conditions a woman goes through in her life and the care that needs to be bestowed since the onset of menarche as per ancient scriptures.
Imbalance in vata or pitta or kapha of the body and lack of awareness of one's inner self can cause depression according to the science of Ayurveda.
This condition is known as greeva-graha in Ayurveda.
Sinuses are air spaces in the bones of the face that ultimately communicates with the nasal cavity and are lined by mucosa.
Vrushya Chikitsa is one among eight branches of Ayurveda that explains the reasons behind infertility in detail.
Ayurveda is of the opinion that almost all the digestive disorders are due to improper digestive habits of the patients.
Here, a vitiation of pitta causes a derangement in the digestive fire which is characterized by the inflammation and irritation of the gastric mucosa.
Inadequate intake of fiber and water is the most common cause apart from the hum drum of a hectic lifestyle which throws your life off balance.
Headaches are caused by tension, eye problems, sinusitis, high blood pressure etc and usually manifests as constant or occasional throbbing pain around the head.
Hypertension is increased blood pressure above a normal permissible range.
Some of the main reasons for the onset of ulcers are excess spice and the inevitable stress which is part and parcel of our lives today.
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