Ayurvedic Resorts Kovalam

People from all over the world come to Kerala, ‘God’s own country’, to gain from the theraupatic effects of the of old tradition of Ayurveda. There are numerous Ayurvedic Resorts in Kovalam that offer many types of rejuvenating and medical packages, that the tourists can choose from, depending on their requirements. These resorts offer all kinds of facilities to its guests. They offer lavish accommodation facilities with all kinds of modern amenities. The Ayurvedic Resorts in Kovalam have trained physicians who excel in this art of Ayurveda.

Ayurveda is one of the oldest and considered to be the most complete healing system known to the world today. It is a holistic treatment, which involves a variety of massage and also application of oil, inhalations etc. The people who undergo the treatment are recommended special diet, and natural medicines are also prescribed to them as required.

The treatment procedures vary from each individual. Most of the Ayurvedic Resorts in Kovalam are ideally situated near the world famous Kovalam beach.

The sereneness and beauty surrounding the resorts makes the rejuvenation process quicker and easier.
The Sages India used Ayurveda several million years ago and it has gained relevance in the present world. Even throughout the West this form of health science is very popular, as its methods of curing are more relevant than modern science of medicine.

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Last Updated on 9/15/2011



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