Ayurveda & Spas
Sri Lanka has always been a Ayurveda center and it is the place to enjoy your Ayurveda tour. Many people visit Sri Lanka, simply to enjoy their Ayurveda tour. Ayurveda - that refreshes not just the mind and body, but also the soul and spirit. And for thousands of years, the most popular method used to restore and rejuvenate tired bodies and weary souls has been Ayurveda – the oldest and most holistic medical systemavailable in the world Sri Lanka has been a centre of spiritual and physical healing for 2,000 years. Ayurvedic programmes consist of a range of herbal treatments and various types of baths and massages, together with cleansing and revitalization techniques such as yoga, meditation and special diets.
Legend has it that in the 6th century BC, a certain Prince Vijaya was banished from his India kingdom, sailed to Sri Lanka, and became the island.s first king. He was skilled in the practice of Ayurveda, and so, together with his personal physician, introduced it to the island. Over the years, yurveda incorporated elements from similar indigenous Sri Lankan treatments to become the fusion of forms it is today.
More Ayurvedic practitioners than Western doctors In Sri Lanka.s villages, Ayurveda is not considered a special treatment as in urban areas but an everyday method of treating aches and pains. In fact, the number of trained Ayurvedic practitioners in the island exceeds that of Western doctors.
Even those familiar with traditional spa treatments in the West, like aromatherapy and shiatsu, will find Ayurveda a new experience. And it.s an experience that.s becoming increasingly sought after. Such seekers will find Sri Lanka a singular destination, for all that collective wisdom regarding Ayurveda can be experienced in stylish and refined spas, with some of the world.s best professional therapists . with that friendly and courteous Sri Lankan manner - to look after your every need. All you need to know are some Ayurveda resort guidelines.
Sri Lanka now has a number of spas, mainly on the west coast, which not only provide Ayurveda but also other Eastern and Western therapies, such as Thai massage, hydrotherapy, herbal baths, reflexology and beauty treatments. For those seeking spiritual nourishment, meditation courses are also available.