Spa & Ayurveda

Ananda Spa :

The 24,000 square foot spa offers an extensive menu of over 79 body and beauty treatments, integrating the traditional Indian systems of Ayurveda with the more contemporary Western spa approach. The spa experience strives to achieve the ultimate harmony between the physical and the mental realms of the individual. With unique focus on the traditional Indian sciences of Yoga and Ayurveda; Ananda Spa creates the skillful synthesis between age-old therapies and modern spa technology.The personalized therapy and activities programme

are designed to meet individual needs and health goals – de-stress, detoxification and cleansing, deep relaxation, anti-ageing, weight & inch loss, while also offering guidance in the areas of nutrition and exercise.
24 treatment rooms with specialized areas for Ayurveda, Oriental and European systems of holistic health, a team of qualified nutritionists, Western & Ayurvedic physicians, spa therapists with knowledge of ancient Indian sciences and modern western treatments – all gently guide you towards a better lifestyle.
Ananda Spa also offers a temperature controlled outdoor lap pool and a state of the art 16-station life-cycle gymnasium.

Guest Residence

The guestroom residence consists of seventy Deluxe rooms, three Deluxe Suites and one Ananda Suite. The rooms have been designed with a minimalist yet holistic approach.
Each room has warm and elegant wooden floors, which have been offset with just the essential furniture, a walk-in closet, dressing area and well lit bathrooms. The bathrooms are restful retreats, where the guest can commune with the beautiful vistas while relaxing in the sunken bathtubs.

Ayurveda Remedies :

Ayurveda is the eternal Vedic science of life, the traditional natural healing system of India. Today, Ayurveda is at the forefront of mind-body medicines. Ayurveda has spread far beyond its traditional base and is gaining attention throughout the world. Ayurveda with its understanding of life and consciousness becomes the medicine of the future. Ayurveda literally means knowledge of life. Its basic principles are believed to be remembered by Brahma, the Creator himself. This wisdom in turn was handed down through mythological figures to the great seers. The written text of Ayurveda date back to many millennia

and the incredibly complex and advanced concepts that embody them still form the basis of various medical systems of today. As a science of life Ayurveda attempts to set out good and bad practices of life by outlining the cause of happy and unhappy life, what is wholesome and unwholesome. It also elaborates guidelines for providing a balance to often hectic and unhealthy lifestyles of modern world.
Ayurvedic medicines are based on the principle that every individual has a unique constitution that related to his vital energies translated into Ayurvedic nosology as dosha or humors. The equilibrium of these humors depends on a variety of factors. The objective of Ayurveda is to reestablish the equilibrium when we are ill and to maintain that equilibrium in order to keep us healthy. Ayurveda explores how to heal our minds on all levels from the subconscious to super conscious along with the role of diet, exercise and many other methods to create wholeness.
Ayurveda mainly comprises of eight clinical specialties. They are: - General medicine ( Kaaya cikitsaa), Pediatrics (Baala cikitsaa), Psychiatry (Bhoota vidyaa), Treatment of head and neck (S`aalakya tantra), Surgery (S`alya tantra), Toxicology (Agada tantra), Rejuvenation therapy (Rasayana tantra) and Reproductive medicine (Vajeekarana cikitsaa).