Kairali Ayurvedic Group ? A part of Royal
India Wellness 2014 exhibition in Dubai.
A three-day Royal India Wellness 2014 exhibition opened at
Jumeirah Beach Hotel in Dubai on June, offering the a unique and first-ever
platform for 20 high-end Indian wellness brands and therapy providers to reach
out the health-conscious Emiratis and expatriates with their packages for
wellness through rejuvenation, holistic healing and prevention and reversal of
Kairali Ayurvedic Group was a part of this prestigious event and was featured in a news report by the prominent
newspaper Khaleej Times. This is one of the leading English Dailies in the UAE. Pawan Kamra,
manager, Kairali Ayurvedic Group was quoted saying that Kairali Ayurvedic Group
are expanding in big way hope to start a centre in Sharjah soon.
India health, wellness
hub for UAE and GCC nationals
Nationals and expats
encouraged to improve quality of life
Nadia Al Sayegh,
managing director, Khalil Al Sayegh Group, and Paras Shahdapuri, chairman of
Nikai Group and president of the Indian Business and Professional Council
inaugurate the Royal India Wellness 2014 exhibition in Dubai.
India has a holistic
health care system that is accessible and effective. Experts in the field were
in Dubai to support the vision of the Government of India to promote
naturopathy and Ayush (Ayurveda, Yoga, Unani, Siddha and Homeopathy) to UAE
nationals and expatriates.
The Royal India
Wellness Seminar in Dubai on Wednesday served as a platform to share the
wellness, health and medical tourism agenda of the Ministry of Tourism,
Government of India. The seminar showcased the wellness products and services,
world-class medical facilities, luxury spas and Ayurveda therapy for holistic
healing and rejuvenation. Specialists encouraged UAE nationals and expats to
consider wellness and leisure in India as an option to improve the quality of
Different aspects were
discussed like holistic wellness (mind, body and soul integration), integrative
medical and complimentary therapies, detox (de-stress, rejuvenate), early
intervention and prevention, and yoga and meditation. Several leading names
shared their thoughts on alternative systems of healing.
Promoting this concept
was Soukya, an international holistic health centre based in Bengalaru. Says Dr
Issac Mathai, its chairman, managing and medical director, ?We are here to
advocate the different systems of medicine. Many people in this part of the
world are suffering from chronic diseases, weight issues, diabetes, arthritis,
and back problems including neurological disorders. We want to make them aware
that they can be treated through a holistic approach. Ours is a very upmarket
facility and we have people from all over the world.? Adds Mridula Jose,
vice-president, product development CGH, earth, ?We are a hospitality chain
with 16 properties of which SwaSwara and Kalari Kavilakom are the well-being
spaces. SwaSwara is a magical holiday space for self-realisation. We are
experimenting with different ways of holidaying and activities focused on
Ayurveda. We were catering to the European markets and now hope to tap into the
GCC market to attract expats and GCC nationals.?
Says Pawan Kamra,
manager, Kairali Ayurvedic Group, ?We encourage a comprehensive approach to
health taking the individual into consideration. We have our own herbal garden
where we cultivate all the herbs used in the manufacture of certified herbal
products. We are expanding in a big way and hope to start a centre in Sharjah
Ranjit?s Svaasa is
located in Amritsar and offers a touch of health, heritage and hospitality.
Guests can enjoy a scenic heritage property, which is converted into a lush
green area for wellness. Says Rama Mehra, functional medical practitioner at
Svaasa, ?We had some visitors from the UAE who loved the place and kept coming
back to us. This motivated us to come here to promote our property. We?ve
incorporated the non-invasive systems of Panchakarma and Ayurveda and modern
alternative systems of healthcare into one.
We have a base where people can come in and detox and rejuvenate with
the Ayurveda massages, Swedish massages and hydrotherapy. We have a
non-invasive diagnostic system where guests know about their nutritional
deficiencies and body imbalances much before it becomes a disease. We serve
fresh organic food to suit the blood type and yoga experts customise asanas for
individuals along with meditation sessions stressing on the what, why and how.?
Jnana Thapaswi of Santhigiri Ayurvedic Centre in Karama adds, ?In the treatment
of diseases we have evolved a novel approach called ?Integrated System of
Treatment? combining the essence of the various systems of medicines as in
Ayurveda, Siddha, Homeopathy and Allopathy for the treatment of lifestyle
illnesses. The seamless blend of spiritual knowledge with scientific approach
has enabled Santhigiri to effectively address various life-style related problems
faced by modern society.?
Meanwhile, members of
the UAE based ?Friends of Yoga?, a voluntary non-profit organisation
headquartered in Dubai, stressed the need to inculcate Yoga into daily life. K
B Madhavan, its founder, has 40 years of experience teaching Yoga, of which 25
years are in Dubai. He says, ?We have 18 locations in the UAE and branches
internationally in 20 countries. Alternative medicine is the need of the 21st
century. Thousands of lives have been transformed after turning to Yoga. Yoga
should be practiced in open air and we thank the Dubai government for
permitting us to use the parks in the emirate.?
Published on – 13 June 2014