Drawing upon the wisdom of Ayurveda, an ancient alternative traditional system of medicine, the center aims to guide individuals on a transformative journey towards a balanced and healthy lifestyle.
CHENNAI – Abhyanga Ayurvedic Wellness Center is a newly established haven for holistic well-being, offering a comprehensive range of Ayurvedic treatments and therapies. Located in Four Points by Sheraton, Mahabalipuram Resort & Convention Center, is dedicated to providing personalized care and promoting the principles of Ayurveda for individuals seeking lasting health and vitality.
Abhyanga Ayurvedic Wellness Center announce its grand opening as a haven for individuals seeking a holistic approach to health and wellness. Drawing upon the wisdom of Ayurveda, an ancient alternative traditional system of medicine, the center aims to guide individuals on a transformative journey towards a balanced and healthy lifestyle. Rooted in India’s rich heritage, Ayurveda, which translates to “Knowledge of Life,” encompasses a comprehensive understanding of the human body, mind, and spirit. Abhyanga Ayurvedic Wellness Center emphasizes the core principles of Ayurveda, focusing on the three Doshas: Vata, Pitta, and Kapha, to help individuals protect their health and alleviate disorders effectively.
At the heart of Abhyanga Ayurvedic Wellness Center lies a commitment to addressing all aspects of well-being, including the body, mind, and spirit. Located amidst lush green landscape and a well-appointed villa, the journey begins with a thorough Ayurvedic diagnosis performed by an experienced Ayurvedic doctor. This holistic assessment considers various factors such as constitutional balance, tissue health, digestive fire, immunity, and mental harmony. By gaining insights into the individual’s unique constitution and imbalances, the center can devise personalized treatment plans that aim to pacify the doshas and strengthen the tissues.
Speaking about the launch of Abhyanga Ayurvedic Wellness Center, Mr. Satish Srinivasamurthy, Hotel Manager, Four Points by Sheraton Mahabalipuram Resort & Convention Center said “We are thrilled to introduce Abhyanga Ayurvedic Wellness Center to our esteemed guests. This wellness center represents our unwavering commitment at offering unparalleled experiences and promoting holistic well-being through the “Knowledge of life” which is Ayurveda. We believe that our guests deserve utmost care, comfort and tranquility during their stay at a well-appointed villa coupled with a personalized diet plan to aid the healing process. Our team is dedicated at ensuring that each experience at Abhyanga Ayurvedic Wellness Center is truly exceptional and transformative.”
The center offers a range of body therapies and signature treatments such as stress management, traditional weight management, ayurvedic rejuvenation, PCOD etc that involve the application of therapeutic substances, including oils and powders, to restore balance and promote healing. These therapies are carefully selected by doctors and therapists based on their ability to pacify the relevant dosha and encourage overall well-being.
Complementing the therapeutic treatments is Abhyanga Ayurvedic Wellness Center’s focus on nutrition. Recognizing the crucial role of food in achieving optimal health, the center provides a dietary schedule following the eight guiding principles of Ayurvedic nutrition. By offering a culinary experience prepared with fresh organic ingredients which are devoid of trans-fat, artificial colors, preservatives, sugar, all-purpose flour, cream, and butter, the center ensures that individuals receive wholesome, balanced meals tailored to their doshic needs.
Abhyanga Ayurvedic Wellness Center invites individuals to embark on a transformative wellness journey guided by the wisdom of Ayurveda. Discover the path to holistic well-being and unlock the secrets to a balanced, healthy, and harmonious life.
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