What your Ayurveda retreat in Sri Lanka will entail depends strongly on the length of your stay. Treatment plans usually include Ayurveda classics like massages as well as Ayurvedic facial masks and aromatherapy. Many resorts offer small Ayurveda workshops, for example on Ayurvedic nutrition.
More extensive Ayurveda therapies require at least a 1 week stay. In addition to Ayurveda treatments such as massages or aromatherapy, additional Ayurveda offers and courses are also available. Treatments plans, which are then usually tailored towards an Ayurveda detox, can then include yoga courses or even an Ayurveda cooking course. Ayurveda retreats can also be geared towards tackling food intolerances or weight management and will then lend more importance to diet.
Yoga retreats are a wonderful addition to any Ayurveda therapy in Sri Lanka against stress. Ayurveda hotels often offer local excursions to traditional meditation sites and Buddhist temples. This is an ideal opportunity to discover the country's culture during an Ayurveda retreat in Sri Lanka.