Ayurveda, the ancient form of medicine, was developed more than 5000 years ago during the Vedic times. Ayurveda, being literally known as the Science of life believes that human life is a combination of senses, body, mind and soul. Hence Ayurvedic treatments not only deal with physical aspect of a person, but the spiritual aspect too, and are governed by the laws of nature. Ayurvedic therapies include active principles in natural forms and when taken in prescribed dozes, do not cause much side-effect on the patient.
India has been known since ages for its Ayurvedic treatments. At present there are numerous Ayurvedic centers and Spas for authentic Ayurvedic treatments. In India, Kerala is the most renowned destination for Ayurvedic treatments, attracting tourists not only from India, but from various other countries. The tourists arriving in India opt for Ayurvedic massages and treatments, not only for treating a specific problem or disease, but also for de-stressing, relaxing, for cleansing and detoxifying and for weight loss and beauty treatments.
There are plenty of Ayurveda Resorts in India in the states of Kerala, Karnataka, Rajasthan and Goa. A few such Resorts offering Ayurvedic treatment packages in India are the Somatheeram Beach Resort in Manaltheeram, Hotel Aquaserene in Kollam, Hotel Swagath Holiday in Kovalam, For Palace Devigarh at Udaipur, Club Mahindra Lakeview Resort at Munnar, Kumarakom Lake Resort in Kumarakom, Taj Malabar at Kochi, and the Marriott Resort and Taj Holiday Village at Goa.
The most popular Spa resorts in India that offer good Ayurvedic therapies include Golden Palms Spa and Resorts, Angsana Spa at Bangalore and Ananda Spa Resort in Rishikesh.
Based on every individuals need and constitution, these Ayurvedic Spas and Resorts provide treatments based on Ayurvedic medications like the Panchakarma, Herbal treatments, Meditation, Yoga and Rejuvenation Therapies. Other treatments such as Physiotherapy and Aromatherapy are also included as packages for tourists arriving for Ayurvedic treatments in India.