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Lushoto Executive Lodge Ayurveda Therapy & Spa


Includes Consultation, medicines and therapies like body wrap, basti, herbal powder massage, pinda ' swed as required. To reduce weight in the most scientific way. (21days prog.)

Adult: Hyper Acidity, Gastric Disorder, Liver Disorder, Cardiac Disorder Rheumatism, Nervous System Disorder, Insomnia, Renal Disorder, Skin and Hair Disorder, Stress Management, Viral Fevers, Sterility & Infertility.

- Women: Aliments Specific to Women, Leucorrhoea, Menstrual Disorder, Menopause, Osteoporosis, Rheumatism, Arthritis, Cancer Management, Skin & Hair Disorder, Stress Management, Weight Management, Hormonal Therapies and Much More.

- Children: Growth Related Problems, Loss of Appetite, Concentration and Nervous Disorder, Eye Disorder, Fever and General Debility.

- ALOE VERA BODY WRAP ( Duration 60 min )
Aloe Vera gel blended with specific herbs is massaged on the body followed by a classical massage or powder massage. Then the body is wrapped in cold or hot towel or banana leaf for therapeutic effects. Recommended therapy for fat ' mobilization, weight loss & detoxification.

- SARVANGDHARA ( Duration 100 min )
Experience the ultimate way to drain away your stress and toxins. Rain showers all over your body with milk, butter milk or warm oil relaxes and rejuvenate all your cells giving you a new life. For general well being, skin problems, muscle problems, nerve debility, hyper tension and much more.

- SHIRODHARA (Duration 45 min )
A warm medicated oil dhara on the "third-eye centre" of The forehead. Increases the levels of serotonin " (a hormone responsible to combat stress and create joy) For insomnia, memory loss, hair loss, hypertension, stress in women, hormonal imbalance and much more.

- AYURVEDA HERBAL FACIAL ( Duration 90 min. )
Ayurveda signature facial. Designed to detoxify and nourish the dehyderated skin. Imparts glow, moisture and lusture to the face & neck.

Along with exotic herbs and fruits pure gold is grated with calamus and milk and applied in the mask form.For long lasting effect. Reduces wrinkles and imparts glow.

- MARINE HERBAL FACIAL ( Duration 90 min )
A personalized facial specially blended with spirulina. Herbs and see-weed to provide essential vitamins, for tired dehydrated skin.

D) BRIDAL SPA - Make it an affair to remember!
- BRIDAL SPA:- Duration: 1 month to 15 days before the function.
For that special occasion Bridal package is not just about detoxification of your body soul. At Ayurveda, we will design a special package to suit your needs. It will include consultation, therapies and medicines if required. Detoxify, rejuvenate and experience the moments of happiness that life has offered you!

- Ayurveda Bridal Make Over
Includes: Body Polishing, Facials, Shirodhara, Skin and Hair Care, Hand & Feet Care, Consultation and Revitalizing Medicines if Required.

- CORPORATE SPA :- Includes packages for 6 months and 1 year.
The therapies will be specially designed according to the needs and aliments of the person. Will include life-style management and much more.Just visit the spa two � four times a month, for two to three hours per visit; and we take care of your worries! You can also utilize these facilities for your family and friends. General recommended therapies per month will be Shirodhara, Ayurveda Signature Rice Massage, Chocolate Facial and Supplementary Medicines.

- CLASSIC MASSAGE :- Duration 60 min
A traditional therapeutic herbal oil massage designed to promote deep relaxation, blood circulation and relieve muscle tension. Helps to Balance Physical, Mental and Emotional aspects of your well being.

A blend of precious essential oils that produce Calming and Relaxing effects akin to and leaves your Skin Smooth and Glowing.

A therapeutic Balada Oil Massage. A special deep tissue massage to promote blood circulation, drain away the lactic acid and rejuvenate the muscle tissue at a cellular level.

A red rice hand plucked on 60th day is cooked in special herbs and milk and massaged on the whole body. The warm paste energises your nerves, relieves deep muscular tensions and detoxifies you completely & imparts luster and glow on the skin. The warm rice massage is performed after a complete classic massage. Best way to pamper yourself.


Massage :-
Benefits of massage therapy:
- It nourishes the body.
- Revitalizes the nervous system.
- Helps in overcoming fatigue.
- Promotes undisturbed sleep.
- Improves physical appearance.
- Builds self- confidence.
- Retards the ageing process in man and bestows long life.
- External application of appropriate medicated oil accompanied by massage is done for about 45 minutes to one hour followed by a bath with warm water.

Massage should be given at proper place, at proper time and proper oils. Also it should be given by proper hands. Because the touch is very important in massage. It activated many systems like Circulatory, Endocrine, Lymphatic, and Nervous etc. This result we can get only because of Scientific Massage Techniques Which Includes 8 Types of Movements, Directions, Reflexology, Acupressure Points, Relaxology etc.
- OIL MASSAGE & BATH (Abhyanga Snehan)
- PINDA SWEDA (Njavarakizhi) :- The whole body (or part of the body) is made to perspire by the application of bundled warm medicinal pudding accompanied by massage. Before and after this process, medicated oil is applied followed by a bath in warm water.
- KAYASEKA (Pizhichll) :- Warm medicated oil is poured on the body continuously in a special pattern followed by a warm bath in medicated water. This treatment gives rejuvenation of the body and promotes positive health for a normally healthy person. Kayaseka is employed in the cure of the following diseases.
- Diseases of the Nervous system
- Fracture, dislocation of joints etc.
- Pain and Stiffness of limbs.
- Hemiplegia, Paralysis, Rheumatic Complaints, Rheumatoid Arthritis etc., other treatments undertaken in the Centre are Sira Dhara, Taila Dhara, Takra, Dhara, Sirovasti, Vasthi, Elakizhi etc. as prescribed by an

Ayurvedic Physician.
- SHIRODHARA (Pouring of Medicated oil on Forehead)
- TAKRADHARA (Pouring of Medicated Buttermilk on Forehead)
- JALADHARA (Pouring of Medicated Water on Forehead)
- DUDHDHARA (Pouring of Medicated milk on Forehead)
- FACE MASSAGE (Beauty treatments on Face)
- HEAD MASSAGE (Beauty treatments on Hair)

Yoga :-
Basic concepts :-
The tradition of Yoga was born in India several thousand years ago. Its founders were great Saints and Sages. The great Yogis gave rational interpretation of their experiences about Yoga and brought a practically sound and scientifically prepaid method within every one's reach. Yoga philosophy is an art and science of living in tune with Bramhand The Universe.

Yoga has its origins in the Vedas, the oldest record of Indian Culture. It was systematized by the great Indian Sage Patanjali in the Yoga Sutra as a special Darshana. Although, this work was followed by many other important texts on Yoga, but Patanjali's Yoga Sutra is certainly the most significant where in no change is possible. It is the only book which has touched almost all the aspects of human life.

Basic Principles of Ayurveda
Ayurveda is Sanskrit for the "knowledge of life," defining the trinity of life as body, mind and spiritual awareness. This concept is often neglected in western medicine where thoughts and feelings are often separated from illnesses of the body. It is believed that all life is based on an underlying force or vital energy called prana, which is centered around various energy centers in the body called chakras. Patients have a personal responsibility in their own health. It is possible for patients to be healthy, if they maintain a positive perspective and believe in their good health.

The Three Doshas
Ayurveda states that every living thing in the universe is made of five elements. In humansthese elements correspond to the five senses:
Earth or Prithvi = Smell
Water or Apa = Taste
Fire or Tejas = Sight Air or Vayu = Touch
Space or Akash = Hearing

According to Ayurvedic teachings, these five elements constitute three primary life forces or doshas. The three doshas, called Vata, Pitta, and Kapha, can be found in every cell in every human, in a combination unique to each individual.Such a combination is called a tridosha. While some people may be characterized by a single dosha, most people are combinations of two or more. Whichever constitutional type dominates determines the dosha type of that person. Eachdosha type is associated with characteristic tendencies which facilitates diagnosis for the physician or practitioner.

This dosha is composed of the space and air elements and tends to beslender (lightest of the three body types) with cool dry skin and dry hair. Theyare creative and quick to grasp new ideas, but also quick to forget. Vatas are characterized by unpredictability, enthusiasm, and variability in diet and sleep. They tend to have high energy in short bursts but tire easily and overexert.

Vatas are prone to headaches, hypertension, anxiety, dry coughs, sore throats, earaches, insomnia, irregular heart rhythms, premenstrual syndrome, abdominal gas, diarrhea, nervous stomach, constipation, muscle spasms, lower back pain, sexual dysfunctions, arthritis and nervous system problems.

Pitta types are made of fire and water, are usually of medium build and strength, and are able to easily maintain their weight. They tend to be intense, short tempered, sharp-witted, passionate, have strong digestion, and a strong appetite. Pittas are orderly, efficient, assertive, and self-confident, but can become aggressive, demanding and pushy. They are fairly predictable in their routines as they eat three meals a day and sleep eight hours a night. Generally, their complexion is fair or reddish, often having freckles, and their hair is usually fine and straight, tending toward blond or red. Typical health problems include heartburn, ulcers, hot sensations in the stomach or intestines, insomnia, rashes or inflammations of the skin, acne, skin cancer, anemia, and gallbladder and liver disorders.

Kapha is composed of earth and water with a solid, strong, heavy body type, and soft hair and skin, usually with large soft eyes and a low, soft voice. They tend to gain weight easily and need a lot of sleep and warmth. Kaphas are usually relaxed, graceful, slow-moving and affectionate. They are forgiving, compassionate, nonjudgmental, and faithful. This dosha type has the most energy of all the constitutions, but it is steady and enduring, not explosive. They procrastinate and are slower to learn but have excellent long-term memories. Although Kaphas generally have a strong resistance to disease, they are prone to obesity, allergies, colds, congestion, sinus headaches, respiratory problems, atherosclerosis, and painful joints.
Physiological Principles

These are the seven basic tissues which maintain and nourish the body. The proper amount of each dhatu and its balanced function is very important for good health. MALA: These are the waste materials produced as a result of various metabolic activities in the body. Proper elimination of the malas is equally important for good health, as their accumulation causes many disease.

These are different types of channels which are responsible for transportation of food, dhatus, malas and doshas. Blockage causes disease.

These are different types of enzymes responsible for digestion and transforming one material to another.
These physiological factors are inter-related and are directly or indirectly responsible for maintaining equilibrium of the tridoshas, and therefore health.

Aim of Ayurveda
The aim of Ayurveda is to simply achieve and maintain health by reaching a state of balance or equilibrium among the three doshas, which govern all bodily functions. All physical manifestations of disease result from imbalances in the doshas, and various foods and emotions either stabilize or disturb this balance.

For preventing disease, Ayurvedic methods use a regimen called panchakarma to cleanse and rejuvenate the body, mind and consciousness. Evaluation of the three doshas is primarily accomplished by nadi vigyan, which is a detailed and systematic technique of pulse diagnosis. A full medical exam also includes examination of the tongue, voice, eyes, skin, urine, stools, and general appearance. To aid in healing, practitioners and physicians recommend lifestyle interventions in nutrition, herbs, exercise, yoga, and massage therapy.

A perusal of its several classical treatises indicate presence of two schools of Physicians and Surgeons and eight specialties. These eight disciplines are generally called �Ashtang Ayurveda� and are:-
- Internal Medicine (Kaya Chikitsa)
- Paediatrics (Kaumer Bhritya)
- Psychiatry (Bhoot Vidya)
- Otorhinolaryngology And Ophthalmology (Shalakya)
- Sergery (Shalya)
- Toxicology (Agad Tantra)
- Geriatrics (Rasayana)
- Eugenics And Aphrodisiacs (Vajikarana)

Concept of Tri - Dosh:
In Ayurvedic philosophy, the five elements combine in pairs to form three dynamic forces or interaction called Doshas. Dosha means "that which changes." It is a word derived from the root dus, which is equivalent to the English prefix "dys", such as in dysfunction, dystrophy, etc. in this sense, dosha can be regarded as a fault, mistake, error, or a transgression against cosmic rhythm. The doshas are constantly moving in dynamic balance, one with the others. Doshas are required for the life to happen. In Ayurveda, dosha is also known as the governing principles as every living thing in nature is characterized by the Dosha.
- Dosha Related Elements
- Vata - Air and Ether
- Pitta - Fire and Water
- Kapha - Water and Earth