As the world battles COVID-19, it is time to renew your vows with wellness and focus on your health at some of India’s best wellness getaways with Bindu Gopal Rao who takes us through some of India’s best wellness centres.
There is probably no better time than now to take a break from the monotony that the pandemic has brought in our lives. And if this break can help you achieve health and wellness goals, with all safety protocols in place, it is like the cherry on the cake. We list five of India’s best wellness destinations that you can check out here. Take a look!
Kairali -The Ayurvedic Healing Village
Part of the Kairali Ayurvedic Group, the Kairali Ayurvedic Healing Village was established on solid grounds of Ayurveda. Since its inception in 1998, by Mr K.V. Ramesh and Mrs Gita Ramesh, Kairali has built on the achievements of its forefathers, developing its overall infrastructure. It is one of the leading Ayurvedic health retreats in Asia and winner of multiple Global awards. Recognised among the best wellness centres in the world, it delivers high quality natural Ayurvedic therapy by providing luxury Ayurvedic spas. Headed and managed by qualified Ayurvedic doctors, The Ayurvedic Healing Village is a hospital built in a resort environment, imparting authentic Ayurveda treatments based on the inherent ability of the human body to rejuvenate, heal and restore its natural balance.
The Ayurvedic Healing Village is a hospital built in a resort environment, imparting authentic Ayurveda treatments based on the inherent ability of the human body to rejuvenate, heal and restore its natural balance.
Based on the basic fact that one heals better if the environment is beautiful from the moment one enters the resort/hospital, the entire environment is nurtured to heal. Kairali’s Preventive and Regenerative program provides relief to an individual suffering from migraine, sinusitis, stress and strain, whereas the detoxification treatments ease hypertension. There are also several other programs like the weight loss program, and Panchkarma therapy, arthritis treatment among other lifestyle-oriented ailments. The centre caters to a varied global audience from countries such as Germany, UK, Middle East, India, Japan, Sweden, America, Canada etc) and has given over two lakh treatments till date.