Indus Valley Ayurvedic Center is Spreading Health and Wellness
The Indus Valley Ayurvedic Center, located in the Indus Valley of gorgeous India, is one of the most popular and modern Ayurvedic centers in the world, and relies on traditional Indian wisdom, beauty and nature to spread health and wellness to individuals visiting the facility.
At the Indus Valley Ayurvedic Center in Mysore, India, nature is rejoiced and incorporated into every aspect of a visitor's environment. Spring is in the air, and many people are increasingly health-conscious, whether they're looking to lose weight, cleanse their bodies, spirits and souls, or quit smoking or drinking.
Staff at Indus Valley Ayurvedic Center focuses on the health and wellness of the body and the mind. Ayurveda is an ancient Indian form of treatment that has provided health and wellness for over five millennia. At Indus Valley Ayurvedic Center, staff focuses on life principles such as:
- Dharma (leading a virtuous life)
- Artha (the earning of spiritual, mental, and physical wealth)
- Kama (the enjoyment of life)
- Moksha (enlightenment)
Ancient Ayurvedic tradition believes that an individual must have all of these to enjoy a healthy body and mind. To help your body achieve such health and wellness, three basic principles are also followed at Indus Valley Ayurvedic Center: dietary habits (Ahara), lifestyle (Vihara), and thought processes (Vichara).
One of the most important aspects of Ayurveda is the diet. After all, as the saying goes, "you are what you eat". At the Indus Valley, all guests are offered foods that enhance digestion. In addition, the way food is processed also plays an important role in its benefits to nutrition and digestion. The combination of certain foods (known as Samyoga) as well as the seasonings used on foods, making them both appealing and nutritionists, are the focus of the dietary staff at Indus Valley Ayurvedic Center.
In Ayurvedic culture, the combinations of foods can either offer fortifying properties or lead to accumulation of toxins in the body. The quantity of foods you eat, the habitat in which such foods are grown, and basic guidelines regarding food intake are closely followed at the Indus Valley Ayurvedic Center.
For example, in Ayurvedic tradition, warm foods are believed to help digestion. There should also be a small amount of fat in foods consumed, especially in the form of ghee. The quantity of ghee required for optimal digestion also depends on the digestive system of each individual.
A number of options are available at the Indus Valley Ayurvedic Center, including treatments for:
- cardiovascular disease
- Side effects of chemotherapy and/or radiation therapy
- Diabetes and diabetic complications
- Irritable bowel syndrome and Crohn's disease
- Metabolic disorders
- Geriatric ailments
- Allergic respiratory disorders
- Stress and insomnia
Indus Valley Ayurvedic Center also offers a rejuvenating and relaxing stress management rejuvenation program as well as health-oriented programs that focus on specific diseases.
Rooms, treatment rooms and recreation facilities at the Indus Valley Ayurvedic Center keep visitors busy and entertained while at the same time focusing on serenity, peace and solitude. In between treatments, visitors are able to learn more about Ayurveda and Ayurvedic cooking, as well as engaging in a variety of sightseeing and physical opportunities including hiking, horseback riding, bird watching, boating and golfing.
Guests at the Indus Valley Ayurvedic Center also engage in therapeutic yoga to enhance healing potentials of Ayurvedic treatments as well as to help individuals modify their lifestyles to more healthy living and dieting.
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