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Panchakarma is the ultimate mind- body healing experience for detoxifying the body, strengthening the immune system and restoring balance and well-being. It is one the most effective healing modality in ayurvedic medicine. It promotes detoxification and rejuvenation.
Panchakarma department is well established with a classroom, department library with classical and contemporary books related to the panchakarma, well equipped Panchakarma theaters (male & female separate) and museum with several specimens of panchakarma procedure, etc for inferring knowledge to students. Post-graduation in panchakarma was started in the year 2008, with six post-graduation students in take per year. Department has come up with practice like weekly presentation of seminar, attending the OPD & IPD, case presentations, Panchakarma procedure demo presentation, journal reading and many other which are required for present scenario. Panchakarma presents a unique approach of Ayurveda with specially designed five procedures of internal purification of the body through the nearest possible route. Such purification allows the biological system to return homeostasis and to rejuvenate rapidly and also facilitates the desired pharmocotherapeutic effects of medicines administered thereafter. Panchakarma has a full therapy role as promotive, preventive and curative procedures. To assist individuals to heal, develop and maintain a healthy lifestyle our integrated approach to health and well being combines Ayurveda and Yoga traditional approaches.

All aspects of our programs are natural nourishing and relaxing. Each treatment is designed to promote and restore good health, clean and hygienic conditions maintained .The well trained loving, caring and hospitable staff will ensure that you will have the best personalized services. We serve whole some vegetarian food and good accommodation facilities.


Snehana, Abhyanga, Swedana, Kayaseka, Shirodhara, Shirovasti, Shastika, Shali Pinda Sweda, Patra pottali sweda, Choorna pinda sweda, Udvartana, Tolapothichil, Kativasti, Janubasti, Greevabasti, Shiroabhyanga, Tarpana, Pichu, Paadabhyanga, Vamana, Vireechana, Vasti, Nasya, Raktamokshana

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