Experience Ancient India’s Best-Kept Secret in Ayurveda Treatment at ‘Vedamarogya’
Experience Ancient India’s Best-Kept Secret in Ayurveda Treatment at ‘“VEDAMAROGYA” the Ayurveda Multi-speciality Hospital, located at ‘Sonkash‘, Silva Cross Road, Near Fernandes Group, Valencia-Mangaluru, is successfully treating the patients with various customised treatments with respect to Ayurvedic traditions.
Mangaluru: With a Vision to “Prevent illness, heal the sick and thus preserve life”; and with a Mission, “To remain committed to providing the society with fitness. Ayurvedic treatment and meet the patient requisites with unprecedented efficiency and in short span of time.”- “VEDAMAROGYA” the Ayurveda Multi-speciality Hospital, located at ‘Sonkash’, Silva Cross Road, Near Fernandes Group, Valencia-Mangaluru. is successfully treating the patients with various customised treatments with respect to Ayurvedic traditions.
The facilities provided at ‘Vedamarogya’ include- Nadi Pareeksha by a specialist doctor; All varieties of Keraleeya Panchakarma In-Patient Facility; Swarnaprashana on Pushya Nakshatra; Relaxation Massages, Facial Available; Yoga and Pranayama Classes; All types of Ayurveda Medicines available; Food and Nutritional Counseling; and Psychological Counseling.
The special Panchakarma Treatment at ‘Vedamarogya’ is done for- Backache and Spinal Cord Disorders; Knee Joint pain and Ankle Joint Pain; Obesity; Degenerative Disorders; Headache, Migraine, Sinus Problems; Psychological Disorders; Gynaecological Disorders; Diabetes, Hypertension; Sleeping Disorders; and Skin Disorders. Ayurveda emphasises preventative and healing therapies along with various methods of purification. Ayurveda is more than a mere healing system. It is a science and art of appropriate living, which contributes to longevity. It can guide every individual in the prevention of diseases and long-term maintenance of health.
To achieve this balanced state of body, mind, and consciousness, Ayurveda prescribes the Panchakarma therapy for the cleansing of body toxins. What is Panchakarma? Panch in Sanskrit stands for five and Karma are the therapeutic measures. These are undertaken for the purification of the body, and Ayurveda considers it necessary before the start of any other therapy. The Panchakarma therapy of Ayurveda is comprised of five basic types of advanced treatments for the evacuation of bodily toxins. These practices are extremely helpful in treating chronic diseases as well as for maintaining and improving physical and mental health.
Dr Sachin Nadka MD (Ayu) is a Chief Ayurveda Consultant and is also the Founder of ‘Vedamarogya’. He has conducted many Ayurveda Camps and National and International seminars related to Ayurveda Healthcare. After completing his Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine, and Surgery (B.A.M.S.) from SDM College of Ayurveda, Hassan, pursued his Masters in Ayurveda from the same institution. It’s been more than a decade since he started serving people, who visit from all around the world. Dr Sachin has involved himself with various health TV shows. You can watch all the shows by visiting Vedamarogya YouTube Channel.
Dr Anusha G is a Consultants Physician at ‘Vedamarogya’, who pursued her Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (B.A.M.S.) from Alva’s Ayurveda Medical College, Moodabidri. Serving local people since 5 years, Dr Anusha has earned respect and the trust of the people, who are receiving Ayurveda medical treatment from her.
Avika – daughter of Dr Sachin
Ayurvedic massage is a key part of Ayurvedic therapy. Just as a machine needs to be oiled, the body loves to have its largest organ, the skin, soothed, which is why oils are commonly used in Ayurvedic massage. Whether the Ayurvedic massage forms part of a more comprehensive Ayurveda programme or is merely undertaken for the sheer pleasure of a deeply relaxing, indulgent body massage; Ayurvedic massage is one of Ancient India’s best-kept secrets.
Over 5,000 years of empirical research has refined Ayurvedic massage into a sublime art, and yet it is still unheard of by many. However, combining skilled knowledge of the body with knowledge of oils, music, and bodywork techniques has resulted in a profound art for balancing the body and mind through the medium of oil massage. In an ideal world, Ayurvedic massage should be carried out every day to promote positive health, overcome fatigue, strengthen the nervous system, improve eyesight, nourish the bodily tissues, increase longevity, normalise sleep, instill flexibility and sturdiness as well as to maintain good health in general.
Ayurvedic body massage is performed with an acute awareness of the marmas and chakras. In Ayurveda, marmas are vital points similar to acupressure points. Manipulated correctly they revitalise the entire body. Marmas are also the points where the elemental life forces of ether, air, fire, water and earth converge and therefore where the body’s organising intelligence is most concentrated. During an Ayurvedic massage, music also plays an important role, since it is very uplifting and meditative. Transcending the intellect, music touches our deepest spiritual essence which is why the Sanskrit term for note (swara) means an expression of the soul. “Music gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, charm to sadness, gaiety and life to everything” had said Plato
All Good Things Must Come To An End- An Ayurvedic massage session sometimes ends with a body scrub using bean or grain flours known as ubtans. These facilitate exfoliation, reduce cellulite, promote oil removal and stimulate circulation, as well as produce a glowing complexion. A steam bath may also be given to further warm the body and enhance the massage oil absorption.
So in conclusion, An ayurvedic massage helps eliminate toxins through purification, strengthens the muscle tone, relaxes and rejuvenates the body. Also known as hard body massage, Ayurvedic massages are given using hands, feet, elbows, forearms and well-oiled balls. Ayurvedic massage involving tapping, kneading, squeezing and traditional massage strokes is done by using essential oils to suit individual doshas. The style and intensity of massage depends on the individual need for balance and well-being at the time. Ayurvedic emphasises prevention of diseases, rejuvenation of body, extension of life and treating illness through lifestyle interventions and natural therapies.
VEDAMAROGYA– is a visionary institution created out of knowledge, commitment and foresight of a team of Ayurvedic doctors to provide quality healthcare services to all sections of society. The physicians at Vedamarogya, by virtue of their deep understanding of the concepts of Ayurveda, have been constantly innovating and adapting the Ayurvedic treatments to suit the changing healthcare needs of different sections of the population. Our dedicated team of doctors and supporting staff strives to serve the ailing humanity in an ambience of utmost care & comfort.
VEDAMAROGYA- is engaged in the practice and propagation of Ayurveda, The ancient healthcare system of India. Vedamarogya offers classical Ayurvedic medicines and authentic Ayurvedic treatments and therapies to patients.
VEDAMAROGYA- is one of its kind centres for holistic health services that rejuvenate the body physically, mentally and spiritually. It is a tribute to natural living and aims to provide guidance regarding food and lifestyle, blending traditional wisdom with modern conveniences, so that healthy people can stay healthy and those with health challenges can improve their health.
VEDAMAROGYA Ayurveda therapies have a vital role in the healing of ailments along with medicines. Ayurvedic practitioners of Vedamaraogya developed therapies differentiating itself from other Ayurvedic practices. The treatment divisions have a team of expert physicians and therapists, and a multi-disciplinary panel of doctors qualified in various specialties. At Vedamarogya, you can savour the best of Panchakarma treatments, a unique treatment protocol employed in curative and preventive aspects of human health developed by the Vedamarogya practitioners. An Ayurvedic therapist focuses on the “marma points”, which are similar to the pressure points in reflexology, acupuncture and acupressure. Visit ‘VEDAMAROGYA’ and Feel the Difference!
VEDAMAROGYA- Ayurveda Multispeciality Hospital
“Sonkash”, Silva Cross Road, Near Fernandes Group, Valencia, Mangaluru- 575002
Phone : 0824-2434666; 0824-2431166; 9964139245
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Website: www.vedamarogya.com