Ayurveda & Yoga

Harmony for body, mind and soul

Ayurveda & yoga

Both Ayurveda and yoga originate from India and their goal is the holistic well-being of the individual. Simply explained, yoga is focused on harmonizing the mind, body and spirit through breathing exercises and body control, while Ayurveda focuses on the physical and mental well-being of the individual through dietary and lifestyle changes as well as treatments.

However, the history and teachings of yoga and Ayurveda are much richer and deeper. They are two interconnected branches of the same great tree, evolving parallel to one another. We will show you the similarities and differences and how you can integrate the combination of Ayurveda and Yoga into your modern lifestyle and create a foundation for a happy and healthy life as well as an awakened sense of self.

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The Ayurveda and yoga holiday - Find yourself again

Ayurveda is a holistic traditional medicine that aims to maintain health and treat diseases. Certain lifestyle rituals support this process, such as the regular practice of yoga. This is because yoga is a spiritual practice; it allows your body and mind to make room for life-changing circumstances, making it a great foundation for an Ayurveda yoga retreat.

Ayurveda and yoga retreats

A stay in one of our worldwide partner hotels is an inspiring and joyful life experience. An encounter with yourself. Find the right balance at a luxury resort, wellness hotel, health center or secluded retreat. Join and learn about a profound spiritual experience in world-class accommodations. Enjoy tranquility from everyday life in beautifully decorated single and double rooms or treat yourself to a lavish luxury suite for your Ayurvedic getaway. All hotels and resorts are in prime locations with stunning views of crystal-clear waters, lush green meadows, or imposing mountain ranges. You can expect first-class trained doctors, therapists, and licensed alternative practitioners with many years of experience and comprehensive knowledge. Spacious wellness areas provide a unique feel-good factor and compassionate therapists let you completely forget your everyday life during relaxing massage sessions.

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Holistic healing programs for body, mind, and soul

Your Ayurveda yoga journey begins with a visit to an Ayurvedic doctor, who will determine your doshas and then create an individualized treatment plan. These doshas, with the names of Vata, Pitta, and Kapha, affect your mood and health, and can then affect your happiness if they get out of balance. According to Ayurveda, this is because everyone has a dominant dosha that they need to know in order to create harmony between the three doshas. Your diet during your Ayurveda and yoga vacation will be adjusted accordingly and fresh foods will be selected to suit your constitutional type.

Complementing the physical cleansing, an Ayurveda team will help you achieve mental relaxation. With great sensitivity, expert wellness therapists apply centuries-old healing techniques for mental cleansing, such as Ayurvedic full-body massages, steam and healing baths, and forehead oil casts. To unite body and mind, daily yoga sessions are scheduled to round out your Ayurveda yoga retreat. Many yoga instructors will ensure that sessions include pranayama, which is a yoga practice that focuses on breathing. 

Select excursions can stimulate your senses with beautiful experiences, guaranteeing a successful Ayurveda and yoga spa holiday. If you are interested, many hotels offer the opportunity to learn more about Ayurveda during a workshop or Ayurvedic cooking class.

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Ayurveda & yoga India

India

A spiritual stay in India that combines Ayurveda and yoga with visits to sacred and exotic places. Here you are guaranteed to gently get back in shape, take care of your physical, emotional and spiritual aspects while having an Indian adventure.

Ayurveda & yoga Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka

Experience how your inner self responds, with the help of Ayurvedic treatments and gentle yoga sessions, as you search for yourself and enjoy the opportunity to interact with a very friendly locals and be introduced to unique Sri Lankan culture through some activities in a peaceful environment.

Ayurveda & yoga Bali

Bali

With an Ayurveda and yoga vacation in Bali you will find your inner balance in a lush and lavish setting. The Indonesian island is a haven of peace and relaxation that awakens your soul and helps you find true harmony between your body and your mind.

Ayurveda & yoga Spain

Spain

In a warm, quiet, and green environment, Spain offers you a detox, yoga, and hiking trip, coupled with southern European charm, at the highest level, suitable for people who prefer a European trip.

Ayurveda & yoga Austria

Austria

Escape from your daily routine and join this Ayurveda yoga retreat to enjoy extensive exercise, fresh mountain air, and deep relaxation. In the breathtaking scenery of the Austrian Alps, relax and reconnect with your body and mind.

Ayurveda & yoga Germany

Germany

Recover from everyday life and start a journey to yourself with an Ayurveda and yoga vacation in Germany. From the Bavarian Alps in the south with their amazing beauty in every season to the sandy shores in north, Germany offers many places of rest and respite.

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FAQ - Ayurveda & yoga

What is the relationship between Ayurveda and yoga?

The common objective of both disciplines is to preserve health and maintain the balance between body and mind. Both stem from centuries of practice and ancient Indian wisdom to deliver a truly holistic wellness experience to unify body, mind, and soul.


What makes the combination of Ayurveda and yoga so unique?

Ayurveda is individual. The treatment depends on the condition of the patient. It aims at the elimination of causes. Yoga, on the other hand, opens the mind, has a spiritual effect, and strengthens the nervous system. This combination is significant for well-being and a happy life.

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