Panchkarma Services
Rudrakhsa Yoga

Panchakarma is a Sanskrit word that means “five actions” or “five treatments”. This is a process used to clean the body of toxic materials left by disease and poor nutrition and also has different therapeutic roles in number of disease.
Panchakarma is a five-fold therapy; it is highly individualized based on the needs of the individual depending on the Ayurvedic constitutional type, doshic imbalances, age, digestive strength, immune status, and many other factors. Depending on each individual’s needs all or only one of the five therapies are utilized

Oil Treatments

Oil treatments is an ancient Indian Ayurvedic oil massage therapy for healing and detoxifying Body, Mind and Spirit. This ayurvedic detox and stress reduction therapy is performed by herbal oils. It incorporates an aromatic combination of oils prepared with herbs warmed and blended to your Dosha type. A variety of Ayurvedic techniques is applied to work along the energy channels of your body in a synchronized manner to restore the flow of vital energy, Prana, where it has become blocked. Lymphatic stimulation with ayurvedic herbal oils help squeeze out toxic accumulation from channels. Hence it is DETOXIFYING massage. Warm oil is the best remedy for Vata which is governing energy for healthy body and mind, Abhyanga oil massage initiates deep healing within cells.

Traditional body massage

The traditional massage is a famous technique. Traditional Thai massage uses stretching, acupressure and yoga elements. It is like doing yoga without any effort, as it is performed by masseur. Massage is done by fingers, hands, even elbows, knees or feet. Masseur opens the joints and relieves the tension in surrounding muscles, which allow „prana” and „chi”(energy flows) to move more freely through the body. Massage has positive effect on mental and physical condition. Reduces stress, strengthens the nervous system, regulates blood pressure, improves blood and lymphatic circulation, purifies the blood of toxins, decreases migraine, contributes to overall health, mental well-being, relax and stimulates life energy. Massage is done on mattress on the floor. No oil is applied, you are wearing comfortable clothes.Using force on pressure points, muscles, tendons, it bends and stretches the backbone, removes tension, relaxes joints and brings overwhelming sense of calm into the body. This form of bodywork is often performed on the floor, and the client wears comfortable clothes that allow for movement.


Ayurveda Detoxification and Rejuvenation. Ayurvedic Fasting. Fasting is an effective way to kindle the digestive fire and burn away accumulated toxins from the body and mind. It also eliminates gas, makes the body light, improves mental clarity, and preserves overall health.
Therapies used in detoxification are individualized based upon constitutional types, doshic imbalances, age, digestive strength, immune status, season, and a host of other factors. Panchakarma promotes deep purification within the tissues, using safe, gentle methods.

Balancing tridoshas: Vata, Pitta, Kapha

Ayurveda's concept of the Tridoshas is unique to medical science. Ayurveda says the body is made up of tissues (dhatus), waste products (malas), and doshas (loosely translated to Energetic Forces). It is the Tridoshas' job to assist with the creation of all of the various tissues of the body and to remove any unnecessary waste products from the body. It is also the Tridoshas that influence all movements, all transformations, all sensory functions, and many of the other activities in the human body and mind.
When the Tridoshas are balanced, the individual experiences health on all levels: mental, physical and spiritual. This is much more than the mere absence of disease.

Each of the three doshas have certain quantity, qualities, and functions. When all of these are balanced, it is called normal or balanced (Dosha Shamya). This condition is conducive to well-being, health, and wellness. However, this balanced state is not stable; it is always changing. The Doshas will become either increased (vriddhi) or decreased (kasaya). Both of these states lead to ill-health or disease. However, increased Doshas have much more power to cause problems than do decreased Doshas. The important point here is to understand that each dosha has a set of qualities (gunas) associated with it which can increase or decrease in quantity.