Healing Holidays in India

India's ancient art of healing and alternative therapies have earned it immense popularity. You are living in a time when the entire world is turning to India for traditional therapeutic solutions to a wide range of problems. From Ayurveda and Spa to Yoga and Meditation, India is a great travel destination for anyone who is looking for holistic healing.

 

Around 5000 years ago, the sages of India developed the world's most sophisticated and powerful healing system called Ayurveda. But it is not just a system of treatment. In fact, it is an entire 'science of life', hence the name (Ayur = life, Veda = science or knowledge). Even in this age of modern medicine, Ayurveda has stood its test and it always will. Such is the power of Ayurveda and the principles it is based on. According to the theory of Ayurveda, the human body is comprised of five basic elements – space, air, fire, water and earth. These elements combine with each other to create three life forces (doshas) namely Vata dosha (space and air), Pitta dosha (fire and water) and Kapha dosha (water and earth). It is only when these doshas are in a state of equilibrium that one can achieve and maintain the well-being of one's health.

 

Spa treatment or therapy offers a refreshing getaway from the monotony and stress of daily life. It detoxifies the body in a way that unlocks and channelizes your inner energy while suppressing the negative energy. A wide range of exclusive oils and massage techniques are used during a spa treatment session. By opting for different types of spa therapies, you can improve your beauty, health and overall wellness. The best part about spa treatment is that it makes you experience an extreme level of relaxation. All you have to do is simply lie back and let the experts create a heaven-sent sensation in your body.

 

Over the last few decades, there has been a rapid surge in the popularity of yoga. Multiple researches have proved how beneficial practising yoga can be for everyone. This ancient method of training has been adopted by people of all ages and backgrounds alike. The word yoga means 'union'. It refers to a set of physical postures (asanas) which can be used to connect the body, mind and spirit. Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev, a celebrated Yogi, calls yoga 'an expression of life'. According to him, yoga is a way of finding the keys to the nature of the existence. What practising yoga does is that it helps you enter into a state where you experience the universe as a part of yourself. Ultimately, it enables you to fine-tune yourself so that you can bring out the best of your abilities. Hatha yoga, raja yoga and bhakti yoga are some of the most popular yoga forms.

 

Yoga and meditation were developed to go together, and meditation is practiced after completing a session of yoga. After a yoga session, your body acquires the strength that long meditation requires.

 

Meditation is known for its unique importance both in Hinduism and Buddhism. According to the Vedanta, the main goal of meditation is to understand your true self. Meditation means turning your attention away from distracting thoughts and focusing on the breath, on bodily sensations or on a word or phrase (mantra). Meditation clears your mind and makes you smarter. The combined effect of yoga and meditation leads to spiritual healing, and as per Hindu traditions, allows you to attain moksha (freedom from the cycle of birth and rebirth).

 

Around 5000 years ago, the sages of India developed the world's most sophisticated and powerful healing system called Ayurveda. But it is not just a system of treatment. In fact, it is an entire 'science of life', hence the name (Ayur = life, Veda = science or knowledge). Even in this age of modern medicine, Ayurveda has stood its test and it always will. Such is the power of Ayurveda and the principles it is based on. According to the theory of Ayurveda, the human body is comprised of five basic elements – space, air, fire, water and earth. These elements combine with each other to create three life forces (doshas) namely Vata dosha (space and air), Pitta dosha (fire and water) and Kapha dosha (water and earth). It is only when these doshas are in a state of equilibrium that one can achieve and maintain the well-being of one's health.

 

Spa treatment or therapy offers a refreshing getaway from the monotony and stress of daily life. It detoxifies the body in a way that unlocks and channelizes your inner energy while suppressing the negative energy. A wide range of exclusive oils and massage techniques are used during a spa treatment session. By opting for different types of spa therapies, you can improve your beauty, health and overall wellness. The best part about spa treatment is that it makes you experience an extreme level of relaxation. All you have to do is simply lie back and let the experts create a heaven-sent sensation in your body.

 

Over the last few decades, there has been a rapid surge in the popularity of yoga. Multiple researches have proved how beneficial practising yoga can be for everyone. This ancient method of training has been adopted by people of all ages and backgrounds alike. The word yoga means 'union'. It refers to a set of physical postures (asanas) which can be used to connect the body, mind and spirit. Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev, a celebrated Yogi, calls yoga 'an expression of life'. According to him, yoga is a way of finding the keys to the nature of the existence. What practising yoga does is that it helps you enter into a state where you experience the universe as a part of yourself. Ultimately, it enables you to fine-tune yourself so that you can bring out the best of your abilities. Hatha yoga, raja yoga and bhakti yoga are some of the most popular yoga forms.

 

Yoga and meditation were developed to go together, and meditation is practiced after completing a session of yoga. After a yoga session, your body acquires the strength that long meditation requires.

 

Meditation is known for its unique importance both in Hinduism and Buddhism. According to the Vedanta, the main goal of meditation is to understand your true self. Meditation means turning your attention away from distracting thoughts and focusing on the breath, on bodily sensations or on a word or phrase (mantra). Meditation clears your mind and makes you smarter. The combined effect of yoga and meditation leads to spiritual healing, and as per Hindu traditions, allows you to attain moksha (freedom from the cycle of birth and rebirth).

What’s Included

Airport Services

Private air conditioned car with driver Company staff for airport assistance

Accommodation

14 nights in handpicked hotels, 01 night at camp

Meals

15 Breakfasts, 02 Dinners

Transport

All ground transport for sightseeing trips

Guides / Escorts

Expert local tour guides for sightseeing tours

Activities

Rickshaw ride, Elephant ride, Folk dances, camel ride

Other inclusions

Govt of India taxes and Company service charges

What’s not included

Flights

International or domestic flights are not included

Travel insurance

Please carry a valid travel insurance

Visa

Visa fee and charges

Entry Tickets

Monument and museum tickets

Meals

Meals not specified

Personal expenses

Any kind of personal expenses/bills

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