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Herbal Facial
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Vamanam
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Urovasthi

Dhanyamla Dhara

Facilities

 
   
1. Naturotherapy
 
(a). Mud Therapy
   
 
  1. Mud Pack at the Stomach
  2. Full body Mud-Pack
  3. Mud at the localized affected area.
   
(b). Steam Therapy
   
 
  1. Full Body Steam
  2. Localized Steam
   
(c). Water Therapy
   
 
  1. Hot Foot Bath
  2. Hip Bath
  3. Full Body Warm Bath
  4. Spinal Bath
   
(d). Enema
   
 
  1. Normal Enema
  2. Medicated Enema
   
(e). Hot & Cold Bandaged
   
(f). Hot & Cold Compress (Manually)
   
2. Diet Therapy
 

3. GYM

 
4. Aerobics
 
5. Ayurveda & Yoga
 
(a). Ayurveda
   
(b). Yoga
 
6. Meditation
 
7. Acupressure
 
8. Magnet Therapy
 
9. Seed Therapy
 
10. Colour Therapy
 
 
Hot Foot Bath
 

In the case of High Blood Pressure when there is need to remove blockage in the arteries. Patients have to dip their legs in the warm water. This is also the very effective therapy in the treatment of lance, ankles or foot pain.

 
 
 
Hip Bath
 

In this we use two huge tubs. One fills with Luke warm water & other with Cold water. Patients have to sit simultaneously hot & cold. This bath is very beneficial for all the organs which are situated around the navel as-

 
 
    Diabetic
 
    Liver
 
    Stomach
 
    Gremial Organ
 
By this treatment there is increment in the circulation of blood and morbid materials comes out by sweating and urination.
 
 
Full Body Warm Bath
 

When we dip whole body into the water. This treatment helps to reduce fat and pain anywhere in body.

 
 
Spinal Bath
 

We use a special tub for this treatment. In this we give treatment only on spine. It help in the problem related to nervous system.

 
 
Enema
 

After mud pack at stomach when feaces leaves the wall of the intensives. By giving Enema through anus & morbid material comes out.

 
 
Hot & Cold Bandaged
 

We wrap hot & cold bandage all over the body or according to the pain or requirement of the patient.

This is the excellent treatment for skin diseases.

Or whenever you loose your skin (Thigh of Arm) when you loose weight it helps to maintain the actual texture of the skin.

 
 
Hot & Cold Compress (Manually)
 

When we do hot & cold compress a particular organ or all over the body, the veins or arteries get veso conshroted or Varo dilated. So it helps to remove morbid material. Come out naturally.

 
 
Diet Therapy
 
Today awareness towards diet is very less. What ever be the track of the disease come, there is only one method to treat any disease. First of all you should take natural diet according to your body requirement.
e.g.: In case of Anemia
  1. We suggest raisins
    In case of Thyroid
  2. We suggest Makhecha
 
 
GYM
 

Today every body lives busy bee life. So machines are the best alternate for the toning of all the organs.

 
 
Aerobics
 

When we want to give good habits 40th children of 6 to 12 years.

At this time they are fond of dancing so with music we can teach exercise.

 
 
Ayurveda & Yoga
 

Ayurveda and Yoga are ancient Indian sciences dating back to the Upanishads, written between 1000-5000 BC. They have been practiced for thousands of years in the land for the healing of body, mind, and consciousness. However, while Ayurveda deals more with the health of the body, yoga deals with purifying the mind and consciousness, but in actual practice, they complement one other.

The ancient rishis (seers) were the original masters of Indian sciences. They considered good health as an essential asset on the path toward self-realization and god-realization.

  • Both Ayurveda and Yoga offer many ways to prevent and heal various disorders as well as to cleanse and rejuvenate the body.
  • Besides sharing a philosophical foundation, both systems have many similarities in relation to attitude, nutrition, diet, hygiene, exercise, cleansing practices, as well as spiritual practices.
  • Both recognize that keeping the body healthy is vital for fulfilling the four aims of life: Dharma (duty), Artha (wealth), Kama (desire), and Moksha (liberation).
  • Both recognize that the balance of doshas (humors), dhatus (tissues), and malas (waste products) is essential for maintaining good health.
  • Both share virtually the same metaphysical anatomy and physiology, which consists of 72,000 nadis (subtle channels), 7 main chakras (energy centers), 5 bodily sheaths, and the Kundalini Shakti (energy).
  • Both advocate the use of diet, herbs, asana, pranayama, meditation, mantra, astrology, prayer, puja, and rituals for healing the entire being.
  • Both encourage physical health as a good foundation for mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being.

The list does not end here. There are a number of other similarities between the two practices.

Alternative lifestyles and stressful schedules are contributing to reduced health. The inability of modern medicines to allay all sicknesses and diseases has led an increasing number of people to Ayurveda and Yoga. Ayurveda alone with Yoga is proving the ancient practitioners of India to be correct in their assessment of human body.

 
 
Ayurveda
 

Ayurveda is India’s traditional, natural system of medicine that has been practiced for more than 5,000 years. Ayurveda in Sanskrit literally means "science of life" or "practices of longevity." Ayurveda was the system of health care conceived and developed by the seers (rishis) and natural scientists through centuries of observations, experiments, discussions, and meditations.

For several thousand years their teachings were passed on orally from teacher to student; about the fifth to sixth century BC, elaborately detailed texts were written in Sanskrit, the ancient language of India. For many years Ayurveda flourished and was used by rich and poor alike in India and Southeast Asia.

Ayurveda emphasizes prevention of disease, rejuvenation of our body systems, and extension of life span. The profound premise and promise of Ayurveda is that through certain practices, not only can we prevent heart disease and make our headaches go away, but we can also better understand ourselves and the world around us, live a long healthy life in balance and harmony, achieve our fullest potential, and express our true inner nature on a daily basis.

Here is a summary of major beliefs in Ayurveda that pertain to health and disease.

Interconnected

  • Ayurveda believes that all things in the universe (both living and nonliving) are joined together.
  • Every human being contains elements that can be found in the universe.
  • All people are born in a state of balance within themselves and in relation to the universe.
  • This state of balance is disrupted by the processes of life. Disruptions can be physical, emotional, spiritual, or a combination. Imbalances weaken the body and make the person susceptible to disease.
  • Health will be good if one's interaction with the immediate environment is effective and wholesome.
  • Disease arises when a person is out of harmony with the universe.

Constitution and Health

Ayurveda also has some basic beliefs about the body's constitution. "Constitution" refers to a person's general health, how likely he is to become out of balance, and his ability to resist and recover from disease or other health problems.

In Ayurveda the constitution is called the prakriti. The prakriti is thought to be a unique combination of physical and psychological characteristics and the way the body functions. It is influenced by such factors as digestion and elimination of body waste. The prakriti is believed to be unchanged over a person's lifetime.

Three qualities called doshas form important characteristics of the constitution and control the activities of the body. Practitioners of Ayurveda call the doshas by their original Sanskrit names: vata, pitta, and kapha.

It is also believed that:

  • Each dosha is made up of one or two of the five basic elements: space, air, fire, water, and earth.
  • Each dosha has a particular relationship to body functions and can be upset for different reasons.
  • A person has her own balance of the three doshas, although one dosha usually is prominent. Doshas are constantly being formed and reformed by food, activity, and bodily processes.
  • Each dosha is associated with a certain body type, a certain personality type, and a greater chance of certain types of health problems.
  • An imbalance in a dosha will produce symptoms that are related to that dosha and are different from symptoms of an imbalance in another dosha. Imbalances may be caused by an unhealthy lifestyle or diet; too much or too little mental and physical exertion; or not being properly protected from the weather, chemicals, or germs.

Ayurveda believes that a person's chances of developing certain types of diseases are related to the way doshas are balanced, the state of the physical body, and mental or lifestyle factors.

 
 
Yoga
 

The word yoga means "union" in Sanskrit, the language of ancient India where yoga originated. We can think of yoga as the union occurring between the mind, body and spirit.

Elaborating on yoga can run into volumes. It is more than just a physical treatment of the body. It is a path to spiritual ecstasy. It is a way to reach your identity independent of religion and belief. It is a science, which aims at the harmonious development of the body, the mind and the soul. Yoga aims at controlling the mind and its modifications. It is consists of ancient theories observations and principles about the mind and body connection, which is now being proven by modern Science.

Today mostly, what is known of yoga is Asana (Postures), Pranayam (breathing techniques), Kriya (cleansing activities) Bandha (neuromuscular locks), and Mudra (hand movements).

Originally, Yoga had eight ladders. Yam, Niyam, Asana, Pranayam, Prathyhar, Dharna, Dhyaan, and Samadhi

Yam : This consists of ethical guidelines regarding moral behavior towards others
Niyam : This consists of ethical guidelines regarding moral behavior towards oneself
Asana : Is the practice of yoga Postures
Pranayam : Is the practice of breathing exercises
Prathyahar : Withdrawal of senses from the body, meaning the exterior world is not a distraction to the interior world within oneself.
Dharna : Concentration, meaning the ability to focus on something uninterrupted
Dhyaan : Meditation
Samadhi : Is the highest know how in Yoga. This is a state of bliss

The first four ladders, namely, Yam, Niyam, Asana and Pranayam form what is called 'Bahiranga Yoga'(external yoga) and the other four ladders namely Prathyahaar, Dharna, Dhyaan and Samadhi form 'Antaranga Yoga' (internal yoga). To practice Antaranga Yoga one would need a Master, who has traveled well till Samadhi. Without this, practicing Antaranga Yoga will not be possible.

Patanjali divided yoga postures into three:

  • Cultural Postures: This has 840,000 asanas
  • Relaxing Postures: Shavasana, Makarasana, Sithilasana
  • Meditative Postures: Siddhasana, Padmasana, Vajrasana, Sukhasana

Yoga regards the body as a vehicle for the soul on its journey towards perfection. It develops not only the body, but also broadens the mental faculties and spiritual capacities.

 
 
Meditation
 

Every body feels fear when talks about meditation. But by the simple technique we can teach meditation open’s the knots of brain.

 
 
Acupressure
 

When ever there is a blockage of energy in body with the help of pressure we try to remove blockage.

 
 
Seed Therapy
 

When we use methi, water of Rajma for pressure then it says seeds therapy.

 
 
Colour Therapy
 

Whenever there is a water deficiency in body we feel thirst and food deficiency in body we feel hunger virtually same as we Have colour deficiency in body we naturally crazy about that particular Colours. Colour therapists treats all the diseases with colour.

1. Use colours on hand

 

 
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