Travel to Wellness in India
Wellness Travel is all about finding balance in one's life; achieving, and maintaining maximum health and a sense of well-being. The science of Ayurveda, like the science of Yoga, was inspired and developed by the great masters and seers of ancient India.
The origin of Ayurveda and Yoga are common to play a highly complementary role in spiritual evolution and the maintenance of physical well-being and vitality. Ayurveda is, perhaps, the oldest science of life, a system of diet, healing and health maintenance that is deeply spiritual in origin. Unlike traditional Western medicine, Ayurveda is not confined to healing of disease in a superficial treatment of symptoms. Instead, it evaluates the complete body mind of the individual.
Ayurveda sees medicine and diet as complementary rather than separate. No one can expect to retain vitality, recover from disease, or succeed in the practice of Yoga without appropriate knowledge of the powerful effect diet has on physical health, mental clarity and spiritual progress.
Ayurveda teaches us to understand our body, our particular nature, and our individual mixture of elements at a deep physical, mental and emotional level. With that knowledge we are able to identify activities, conditions, herbs and foods that either keep us healthy and in balance, or make us ill and throw us out of balance. It brings to life the concepts of preventive health care and health promotion. The goal is to help an individual discover the knowledge of living and health.
One of the most profitable wellness modalities in the word, Ayurveda is a lifestyle for millions of people who are enthusiastic about traveling to the spiritual and cultural source-India. Wellness Spas in India continue to expand their Ayurvedic menus for clientele who want to experience authentic Ayurvedic therapies.
It’s time to refresh, re-energize and re-evaluate your lifestyle by getting away from tension filled days and spending the holidays rejuvenating both your mind and body. As traditional Indian treatments become the preferred choice for tourists, Incentive Destinations recommend a myriad of enjoyable ways to spend wellness vacations with 7 renowned Ayurvedic health resorts in India.