Mayura Hospitality Munnar offers Ayurveda treatment under the well known Mayura Ayureda Centre established in 1994. We work 100% with the norms laid by the Government.Massage involves working and acting on the body with pressure – structured, unstructured, stationary, or moving – tension, motion, or vibration, done manually or with mechanical aids. Massage can be applied with the hands, fingers, elbows, knees, forearm, feet, or a massage device.Massage can also be sexual in natureIn professional settings massage clients are treated while lying on a massage table, sitting in a massage chair, or lying on a mat on the floor, while in amateur settings a general purpose surface like a bed or floor is more common. Aquatic massage and bodywork is performed with recipients submersed or floating in a warm-water therapy pool.Unlike modern medicine, Ayurveda is not merely a system to treat illnesses, but a complete lifestyle in itself, one that infuses emotional and physical well-being into an individual’s life. It goes to the root cause and not just cures physical ailments, but works towards total prevention of physical and mental setbacks.Thanks to its holistic approach to the human body, Ayurveda has earned the acceptance and preference of people the world over. Instead of waiting for a disease to appear, Ayurveda offers a plethora of lifestyle solutions and therapies to ensure uncompromised health and happiness of an individual.
OUR SALIENT FEATURES
- Branded Company Products used for treatment
- Well maintained treatment rooms
- Hygienic Ayurveda Centre
- Well experienced therapist
- 18 Yers of Experience
- In-House Doctor
Ayurveda follows the principle that just like everyone has a unique fingerprint, each person has a distinct pattern of energy – a combination of physical, mental, and emotional characteristics. It identifies three basic energy types called the doshas.Vata, energy that controls bodily functions associated with motion, including blood circulation, breathing, blinking, and heartbeat. When vata energy is balanced, there is creativity and vitality. Out of balance, vata produces fear and anxiety.Pitta, energy that controls the body’s metabolic systems, including digestion, absorption, nutrition and temperature. In balance, pitta leads to contentment and intelligence. Out of balance, pitta can cause ulcers and arouse anger.The fundamentals on which the Ayurvedic system is based are essentially true for all ages and so can be easily adopted time after time, century after century. The philosophy of Ayurveda teaches a series of conceptual systems characterized by balance and disorder, health and disease.
It’s all about putting the doshas in balance. On your first visit, the practitioner will take a detailed medical history, check your pulse, feel your abdomen, examine your tongue, eyes, nails, and skin, and listen to the tone of your voice. The addition of minerals to herbal medicine is called rasa shastra. Ayurveda uses alcoholic beverages called Madya, which are said to adjust the doshas by increasing Pitta and reducing Vatta and Kapha.The practitioner will also ask you questions about your general health, paying special attention to your lifestyle, diet, habits, and surroundings.Ayurvedic science is not merely a traditional Indian form of medicine but a perennial naturopathic system of healthcare that has survived the test of time as well as onslaught of modern science and methods of treatments. Based on wisdom acquired through the centuries, the main aim of Ayurvedic science is to achieve perfect health by creating an equilibrium of perfect harmony between human body and the environment it habitats.Ayurveda is also known as the science of living a healthy and disease free life. It is built on the premise that in olden days, man used to live close to nature and whenever he got exposed to some disease, he used to cure himself using resources and material provided by the Mother Nature. It therefore would not be wrong to say that Ayurveda charts out a health patter based on nature and its natural resources. Practitioners draw from more than 20 types of treatments, but the most commonly prescribed include: