Developed in India in ancient vedic periods, more than 3000 years ago, Ayurveda is a nature-oriented system of healing mental and bodily illnesses, based on the presumption that diseases occur due to misproportion of essential body substances and imbalance in the realm of consciousness. Ayurveda, making use of herbs, oils, and nature-inspired diet, tries to yolk the body, the subconscious and the conscious of an individual in symmetry.
Literally Ayurveda means "the science of life and longevity". It teaches us a holistic approach to our entire well-being. According to Ayurvedic pathology, our body, mind, and spirit are intimately intertwined with each other, and with our environment. Ayurveda philosophy postulates our existence is an interaction of five elements: Space, Air, Fire, Water, and Earth. Vata, Pitta, and Kapha are combinations and permutations of these five elements that manifest as patterns present in the physical bodies of all creations. Imbalance of any of them can trigger ailments.
Ayurveda is essentially a way of life concerned with promoting healthy living along with therapeutic measures that relate to physical, mental and spiritual harmony and the promotion of the body's own capacity for maintenance and balance. Ayurveda treats not just the ailment but the whole person emphasizing prevention of disease to avoid the need for a cure and ensures physical and ensures physical and mental health without side effects. Treatments are non-invasive and non-toxic and can be used safely as an alternative therapy or alongside conventional therapies. Not only for bodily ailments, Ayurveda is used for beauty and rejuvenation needs of individuals. You could find all our Ayurveda treatments here.
Despite the ambiguity where exactly Ayurveda developed in India, Kerala became the Ayurveda hub of the country over the centuries to the extent that Kerala is now synonyms with Ayurveda. As a nature-oriented philosophy of healing, Ayurveda has had a strong association with Kerala for its nature-immersed landscapes. The abundance of vegetation and availability of herbs of Kerala, helped Ayurveda thrive in this southernmost portion of India. At present, Kerala is the only place in India where authentic and ancient form of Ayurveda is practiced and imparted to those who come to learn it. In Kerala Ayurvedic treatment centers are common as allopathy. The increased prevalence of veganism is also part of its Ayurveda practice.
Realizing its importance as the best state in Kerala for Ayurvedic wellness in India and understanding the necessity of passing down this ancient curing mystery to the posterity and sharing them with the outer world, Kerala has risen to the occasion by expanding its tourism to Ayurveda as well. Known as "God's own country" for its pristine nature, plenty of vegetation, pastoral landscapes and agrarian village life, Kerala has been one of the nature-centered tourist destinations in the tropics.
At present, Kerala has set up Ayurveda resorts Ayurveda retreats with Kerala-style accommodation, vegetarian dining and tropical recreations in all its districts. Foreigners and people outside Kerala now could choose to stay at its Ayurveda resorts for having a true Kerala getaway with the bonus amenity of Ayurveda wellness and yoga practice. Ayurveda resorts in Kerala can offer a wide range of treatments and rituals for an individual's wellness needs.
Ayurveda resorts are set against the beautiful nature backdrop of Kerala. Ayurveda resorts in Kerala can take up varied nature: on the shores of rivers, overlooking the backwater and lakes, amidst the jungle, on the hillside, and in villages. The pleasant nature vibes can enhance your stay by pleasing your mood and overall composure.
Located on the backwater waterway in Alappuzha, the southern district of Kerala, Coir Village Lake Resort is one of the best Ayurveda resorts in Kerala for having an authentic Kerala vacation coupled with yoga and Ayurveda wellness. Stretching over a blissful islet in a village in Alleppey, this Ayurveda resort in Alleppey provides waterfront accommodation, nature-inspired dining, backwater recreations, yoga lessons and Ayurveda offerings.
Coir Village Ayurveda Resort Alleppey has various comfy abodes modeled on traditional Kerala architecture, studded across the waterfront, with verdant canopies all around. Perfect for couples and families alike, all villas feature modern amenities and facilities in addition to nice views of the water stretch. The recreations include backwater houseboat journeys, individual canoe rides and village exploring in Alleppey.