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September 30, 2008 at 6:25 am #30399
The Beach Resorts in Kerala can be privately owned Ayurvedic resort situated at metro cities or cities with most tourist attraction. It can be situated on an island, blessed by nature. Many start the business of beach resorts as a result of the increase in then number of tourists visiting our state each year. The concept of Ayurvedic resort came in the late nineties and evolved into what it is, at present. In the process there came the thought of combining Ayurveda with yoga for its purity in its art. Ayurveda is a health science, the oldest and most complete healing system known today. The word Ayurveda, derived from 2 Sanskrit terms, literally means: the knowledge of life. At the heart of Ayurveda lies the concept of 3 ‘doshas’: Vatha, Pitha and Kapha. These doshas are present in everyone and the predominance of one over another determines ones body type and constitution. Balancing the three harmoniously will promote a healthy body and mind. India’s Sages prescribed Ayurveda several millennia ago and it is now gaining in popularity throughout the West, as its systems are more relevant than ever in treating the diseases of the modern age. This holistic treatment involves various types of massage and oil applications, inhalations, and natural medicines as required.
Now-a-days most of the beach resorts contain the Ayurveda treatment and Yoga training under the guidance of a renowned guru, a member of the yoga world congress. The beach resorts are ideally situated near the famous beach. Beach resorts are famous for their sereneness and the beauty surrounding it. Qualified doctors, stunning scenery, peaceful surroundings, attentive service and excellent food ensure enhanced benefits to your treatment programme. Optimum benefit can be achieved by taking treatments during the rainy season of June and July. Some resorts are situated at side of the Kerala backwaters or in between coconut palms giving an experience of living very close to the nature. The resorts may own boat so that they could arrange boat cruise for their tourists. The beach resorts and the Ayurvedic resort are open through out the year. October to April is the main tourist season.