Ayurveda is the holistic system of healing, and it is not only a treatment for diseases but also a way of life. Ayurveda teaches that good health depends upon our body’s ability to metabolize all aspects of life. When we can’t completely digest our food, experiences, and emotions, toxic residue gets stored in our bodily tissues, creating imbalances ultimately forming diseases.
Panchakarma is a Sanskrit term that means “the five actions,” referring to the five different cleansing and rejuvenating procedures described in the classic Ayurvedic textbooks.
Panchakarma is an elegant cleansing process that releases physical and emotional toxins at the cellular level, restoring the body’s innate healing ability. And also panchakarma will remove the excess Doshas and correct imbalances in the body and eliminate the harmful ama (metabolized toxins). It involves daily massages and oil bath which are very pleasurable experiences.
These powerful treatments take place over the course of several days, giving the body adequate time to rest and experience the complete healing benefits. Ayurveda recommends Panchakarma as a seasonal treatment for maintaining mental and physical health, prevent diseases, detoxify the body and strengthen the immune system.
The Avasta Spa is the perfect venue if you are looking for total serenity and rejuvenation. There are four types of Ayurvedic Panchakarma packages available at the Avasta Wellness Centre.
These 4 packages are decided following a detailed conversation and analysis of the customer to ensure maximum benefit; hence the treatment for each different individual may vary depending on their personal stance.
Our spas are your retreat, a place for you to relax and unwind. As an award winning urban spa and pioneer in the Australian spa industry, our carefully crafted treatments are a combination of results-focused techniques, age old wisdom and spa expertise using powerful and effective botanically active formulations that address skin, body and lifestyle concerns and allow you to relax and revive.