Siddhalepa Ayurvedic Health Resort India

April 27, 2014 by Laura Gomez

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Provides Traditional Ayurvedic Therapy to Cleanse, Detoxify, and Rejuvenate Mind, Body and Soul to promote
general Wellness for Health conscious clients using 100% Natural Ayurvedic treatments under the guidance of experienced Ayurvedic Doctors.

Attractive & many amusements await the kids. Paddle boating on the waterway, an island for treasure hunts & merry-making beside a well protected kiddies swimming pool.

Siddhalepa Operates four international ayurveda spas providing a convenient way to continue with your Ayurveda Treatments which was originally
received in our Ayurveda Resort in Sri Lanka.

Therapies

Body Massage
Whole body massage is always given with different types of oil depending on the body type (i.e. vata, pitta, kapha, or a combination). The massage can be performed with a
combination of strokes including tapping, kneading, rubbing, and squeezing. It is very beneficial for general rejuvenation, skin and musculoskeletal conditioning or problems such as obesity, body aches, and pain. Sharpen memory reduce body fat, improve skin tone and enable peaceful sleep.
Piccichil
Piccichil is a very special form of massage that involves the continuous dripping of lukewarm medicated oil onto the body of the patient from pieces of cloth dipped in oil,
as the masseur massages the body with gentle strokes. It must be done under medical supervision. Piccichil is normally prescribed for gentle health and rejuvenation, as well as rheumatic condition and paralysis.
Netra Basti
Washing the eye with medicated oils. It is an ancient treatment from India to relieve the tensions that are trapped in the eye socket that can result in poor eyesight, pain, fatigue,
and that sunken, sallow look. Traditionally, this treatment is used to improve eyesight and nourish the nervous system via the eyeball as it connects directly to the eyes, soothes away wrinkles, enhances colorur and depth perception, creates a sense of ease and acceptance, and promotes a deep feeling of contentment.
Panchakarma
Panchakarma is the Sanskrit word for the five purificatory therapies used in Ayurveda. These procedures have great importance in the Ayurvedic system of medicine and are applied in
almost all diseases – as discussed in the Ayurveda classics. Another word for PANCHAKARMA is detoxification, an element of many modern therapies.

The three stages of PANCHAKARMA
PANCHAKARMA treatment has three main stages: ?POORVA KARMA includes preparatory measures such as the administration of oleation and fomentation (snehana and swedana) before the main
specific treatment – Poorva Karma is done five, seven or ten days, sometimes a little longer if the healing of a long term problem is being attempted.

?PRADHANA KARMA is the main treatment – which contains the five cleansing actions.

?PASCHATA KARMA describes the measures employed after the main treatment, such as diet, medicine, and daily routine.
The importance of poorva, pradhana, and paschata karmas in the prevention and cure of diseases has been recognised and emphatically stated in the Ayurvedic text.
These three karmas are essential in improving the body’s own natural mechanisms. In all three stages, the patient must continue with the full treatment and not miss even a single day. The tendency to skip a part of the treatment due to inconvenience will reduce efficacy and can be harmful in serious conditions.
The five cleansing actions of Pradana Karma are:

?VIRECHANA – purgation using laxatives to clear impurities from the small intestine and excesses in Pitta dosha

?BASTIS (classified as Niruna and Anuvasana) – herbal and/or oily decoction enemas to cleanse and establish the correct functioning of the large intestine and excesses in Vata dosha

?VAMANA– emetics or induced vomiting to clear impurities from the stomach and excesses in Kapha dosha

?NASYA – nasal drops to clear impurities from the head

•RAKTA MOKSHA – bloodletting or blood purification using herbs

 

Siddhalepa Ayurveda Health Resort
Samanthara Road,
Pothupitiya, Wadduwa,
Sri Lanka.
Tel: +94 38 2296967 -70
Fax: +94 38 2296971, +94 11 2735465
Email:  leisure@siddhalepa.com
Web:  www.ayurvedaresort.com

Head Office
Hettigoda Group of Companies
33/3, Sri Dharmarama Road,
Ratmalana, Sri Lanka
Tel : +94 11 2736910
Fax : +94 11 2735465
Email : siddalep@slt.lk
Web :  www.siddhalepa.com

Europe Office
Siddhalepa Ayurveda GmbH
Heinrich-Heine-Str. 18,
64331 Weiterstadt, Deutschland.
Tel: +49 (0) 06150 / 59 29 45
Fax: +49 (0) 06150 / 59 29 42
e-mail:  siddhalepa@web.de
web:  www.siddhalepa-ayurveda.de