Ayurvedic Panchakarma - Purification / Internal Cleansing Therapy

Panchakarma is the great invention of Ayurveda to avert and treat the diseases in purpose to accomplish longevity by transforming the body.

Nasyam – Nasal Cleansing Therapy

Inhalation of various herbal oil drops to cleanse the nasal passage. During the procedure herbal oil drops are inhaled through the nose helping to clear the excess phlegm from the nasal passage and lungs.

Benefits of Nasyam

-It relieves migraine, headaches, rhinitis, sinusitis and all problems above the neck

Basti – Ayurvedic Herbal Enema Therapy to Clean the Colon

Ayurvedic Basti – Coloan Cleansing involves the introduction into the rectum of herbal substances like oil and decoction etc in a liquid medium. Basti, is the most effective treatment of vata disorders, although many enemas over a prescribed period of time are usually required. 

Benefits of  Basti :

– It alleviates constipation, distention and hyper acidity.
– Vata disorders as  backache, neck pain ,sciatica, arthritis, rheumatism, and gout can also be treated by Vasti treatment

 Vasti Benefits include Physiological systemic regulation .

– Highly regarded to treat vata disorders involving the spine & lower half of the body.

ti treatment

Panchakarma therapy is a classic Ayurvedic procedure to detox inside the body using a combination of massage, herbs and diet. It is highly effective in treating weakness as a result of a busy, stressful and toxic lifestyle. Panchakarma can reverse these negative effects by cleansing your body toxins, bringing balance into your system and improving bodily function.

 

Ayurvedic Panchakarma: terms & conditions
  1. Once purchased it is advised to book all sessions in advance to obtain the most suitable time slots for you. We will endeavour to fulfil any reasonable requests you may have regarding your bookings but be sure to give us at least 48 hours notice if changing any appointments.
  2. You will receive a text message from us confirming your appointment date and time 2 days prior to your appointment (if mobile number has been supplied). It is requested you inform us upon immediate receipt of this message if there is to be any change to your appointment. Notice of appointment changes after the allowed 48 hour window may be charged.
  3. We will endeavour to inform you in advance if there is any change to your appointment as a result of internal circumstances / changes.
  4. You are required to complete all package sessions within the time limits set by us. If packages are not completed within the permitted time, remaining sessions will be void (at the management’s discretion). For special packages such as Panchakarma or Rituals, the time limit will be different and imposed by us. These are to be followed strictly. 10% off packages: 3 months 15% off packages: 6 months 25% off packages: 12 months
  5. The package sessions cannot be shared with any other other person, unless otherwise stated.
  6. If your package is purchased as a gift certificate, three months expiry of the package will start after the date of the first session. The first session of any gift certificate must be utilised within three months of the gift certificate start date.
  7. For additional time to complete a package, you must write to us at info@healingtouchayurvedicclinic.co.uk citing your reasons as to why extra time is required.
  8. If a refunded is requested part way through a package, this can only be allowed after contacting us in writing at info@healingtouchayurvedicclinic.co.uk stating the reasons as to why. Refunds will be calculated against any treatments already taken at their regular full price.

FAQ

What Is Panchakarma ?
According to Ayurveda, our natural state is one of health, happiness and an inner sense of well-being. Health is defined as the body being clear of toxins, the mind is at peace, emotions are calm and happy, wastes are efficiently eliminated and organs are functioning normally. In a busy, stressful and toxic world, our physical and mental systems accumulate toxins causing deterioration in bodily functions. This eventually weakens our systems, which opens the door for chronic, degenerative, and non-specific diseases to develop. These can evolve into serious specific diseases, ultimately damaging an individual’s health and wellness. Panchakarma literally means ‘five actions’ and it involves five different types of treatments to remove excess toxins and restore energy flow throughout all organ systems and tissues. This process cleanses the cell walls at the deepest levels, and further rebuilds immunity and strength. Panchakarma is a cleansing and rejuvenating programme for the body and mind. It is known for its beneficial effects on overall health, wellness and self healing. Panchakarma aims to reverse the negative effects of day-to-day stress and environmental toxins by removing these toxins from your body and restoring balance to your system. Panchakarma is used by Ayurvedic physicians as an effective treatment programme for a wide variety of health conditions and as a preventative measure. In common practice usually only parts of the Panchakarma regime is delivered which still achieves the desired effects.
How does it work?
According to Ayurvedic medical science there are five basic elements: Earth, Water, Fire, Air, Space. These elements are present in our body and they work in harmony with each other to maintain a balanced body and mind. These elements combine to form the three Doshas or basic physiologiocal forces that govern all bodily functions. The three doshas are called as Vata, Pitta and Kapha. Each person has a unique blend of these doshas, which is why Ayurvedic treatment is always individualised. The disease is viewed as a state of imabalance in one or more Doshas within an individual. Each of these Doshas has a precise energetic combination of the elements, has a primary site in the body, and tends to accumulate as excess in a particular organ. Kapha tends to accumulate in Stomach and Lungs, Pitta tends to accumulate in Gall bladder, small intestines and Liver, Vata tends to accumulate in Colon. Panchakarma is the complete detoxification process for these three Doshas from their acccumulating sites in the body.