Ayurvedic SPAAyurveda is the most ancient and traditional system of medicine in India. The Ayurvedic system of medication is based on many centuries of experience in medical practice, handed down through generations. Ayurvedic medicine originated in the early civilizations of India some 3,000-5,000 years ago making Ayurvedic medicine the oldest surviving healing system in the world.
Various Ayurvedic treatments, including massage treatments for various diseases and for rejuvenation, are conducted under the expert supervision of qualified practitioners under Dr. V. Franklin, who has forty years experience in the field, including years in the post of District Medical Officer under the Government of Kerala. He hails from a family with four centuries of Ayurvedic-treatment tradition and he has been honoured as the ‘Tourism Man of the Year 1999′ for his contribution to tourism in Kerala in the field of Ayurvedic Health Tourism.
Cultural Programmes During SeasonKerala is famous for its art, poets and musicians, its traditional dance forms, and its distinctive architecture. For ages, the rich and vibrant culture of Kerala has intrigued people worldwide. The songs and dances of the people, their ballads, their rituals and their intellectual pursuits. Truly, the real treasures of Kerala lay in the cultural heritage of its people. Kerala has its own typical art forms which reflect the life and outlook of the people.
Traditional dance and drama forms like Kathakali, the classic dance-drama performance, martial art forms like Kalarippayattu, the fore-runner of Kung-Fu, and other forms of traditional performing arts, theatre, music, etc are organised once in two weeks and/or on special festival occasions.
Yoga CentreAyurveda is not merely a system of treatment. It is a way of life. In order to sustain the effects of the treatment, the centre also conducts classes in yoga and meditation so as to help the patients to have control over body and mind.
There is a Yoga Centre where qualified Yoga Gurus (Teachers) give training and teach the intricacies of the science of Yoga, the one-way highway to the wholesome well-being of the soul, mind and body. Facilities for short-term Yoga treatments are also provided.