As a health system, Ayurveda is quite unlike the divided approach of modern medicine, and does not distinguish between preventative and curative aspects of health.
This means that health is never seen as something solely physiological, but incorporates environmental, mental and spiritual life to remove the root cause of disease and achieve balance in the individual. Thought to have been revealed to the sages of the Himalayas 5,000 years ago, many historians claim that it predates even ancient Egyptian medicine.Learn More
The growing popularity of Ayurveda around the world is due to its holistic approach to life and spirituality.
Providing compassionate, individualised health care and 100% natural medicines,
this complementary system to Yoga offers traditional solutions to modern health
Kairali believes that Ayurveda fulfils a deep yearning in the world, and nowhere more than the modern Western environment.
Digestion is the foremost component of health, and the right nutrition for our personal balance of doshas will help us to thrive.
Ayurvedic nutrition is a major focus at The The Ayurvedic Healing Village , where every meal is a feast of exquisite vegetarian cuisine, and guests can attend regular cookery lessons. However, the food we consume and digest is just one of a two-fold approach to Ayurvedic nutrition. The other major source of input to the body is what we take in through our senses.Learn More
We offer our guests the chance to learn more about Ayurveda and the systems of Indian Philosophy of which it forms an integral part.
The daily practice of meditation and Yoga, Ayurvedic massage training, regular Ayurvedic cookery workshops and lectures on the six Vedanta schools of Indian philosophy give our guests the chance to experience a transformative retreat at The Ayurvedic Healing VillageLearn More
Ayurveda is a life science dedicated to the importance of food cure, with the cause of disease highly attributed to incorrect diet.
This is why Ayurveda prescribes wholesome food, for every human being to receive the full nourishment required for a healthy body, in synchronization with mind and soul. No food is intrinsically good or bad according to Ayurveda; individuals, depending upon their constitution, react differently to different elements. The right foods in proper combination, therefore, contain great therapeutic potential.Learn More