The synergy of Ayurveda, Marma therapy and Physiotherapy is a unique concept that has been the strong platform for traditional pain management, tissue healing and strengthening. Being the first of its kind to evolve such therapeutic practices in Malaysia and Singapore, Asian Ayurveda has its firm roots in scientifically validated traditional practices for care and cure.
We focus on the management of musculoskeletal conditions, neurological problems, arthritis of various types, sports injuries and other systemic conditions like diabetes, obesity, allergic skin diseases, gout etc
Physioveda and marma modalities for treating spine problems – low back pain, upper back pain and neck pain which may be of acute or degenerative nature, are our areas of specialty. We use Ayurvedic herbs, traditional herbal oil combinations, many variants of heat and cold therapies, trigger release and movement in wise combinations to give you the signature Asian Ayurveda experience of restoring natural wellbeing.
It is an Ayurvedic treatment with special herbal oil massages to nourishes and revitalize the body tissues and to relax and refresh the body.
Udwarthana is a deep tissue Ayurvedic therapy using herbal powders or paste for weight reduction.
A continuous stream of medicated warm oil/ herbal decotions / medicated milk or butter milk is rhythmically poured into forehead.
Ayurveda is deep-rooted in Kerala from time immemorial and it is the only state in India where Ayurveda still follows age-old traditional laws. The tropical system of Ayurveda practiced in Kerala is perceptibly different from the general practice of Ayurveda elsewhere, reflecting the societal culture in Kerala. The Ayurvedic way of holistic living is a way of preserving positive health. It is complete only with ideal diet, daily regimen and seasonal regimen. Ayurveda gives guidelines on how to keep away diseases by means of simple dietary and lifestyle changes. The practice recommends readily available herbs and spices for minor ailments. The use of medicinal plants and home gardening in Kerala share a close relationship. In olden days every household in Kerala was equipped with knowledge of the medicinal value found within their home garden capable of preventing and treating almost any ailment was always at hand for the family. Cough, cold, fever, headache, sore throat, nausea, stomach pain, bleeding, poisonous bites and stings and skin problems used to be managed well with home remedies.