Holiday type

Ayurveda treatments

relaxing massages...

Ayurveda treatments can include a wide range of non-food therapies and practices that are designed to promote health and well-being in a holistic and natural way. In this category Puurenkuur listed the hotels and retreats that offer quality Ayurveda treatments, without having the full package of ayurvedic meals, supplements or yoga. Ayurvedic treatments aim to restore balance to the body and promote health by using a combination of natural remedies, including herbs, spices and oils. The benefit of an Ayurveda treatment can be wide: It originates from an ancient Indian system of medicine, it is purely based on natural remedies, it is tailor-made and it has a holistic approach. Some typical Ayurvedic treatments are Abhyanga, Shirodhara, Basti, Nasya or Udvartana. We explain them all in the below section, by clicking the read more button.
Read more

Insiders tips

Puurenkuur Ayurveda Guide
Read: PureandCure Ayurveda Guide
Ayurvedisch kuren op Bali
Article: Ayurvedic cures on Bali
La Clairiere
Hotel: La Clairiere - France

Filter these holidays


Discover all our Ayurveda treatments (non food) holidays

4
MasQi - The Energy House, Spain
A small, luxurious adults-only yoga and meditation resort located in a stylish 19th-century farmhouse at the center of a nature park. The ideal place to reconnect with yourself and with nature.
15 Reviews
Asia Gardens Hotel & Thai Spa
5
Asia Gardens Hotel & Thai Spa, Spain
Experience the essence of Thailand right here in Spain! This 5-star luxury hotel offers a genuine Asian encounter, featuring a top-tier Thai spa and stunning tropical gardens.
16 Reviews
Le Jadis Beach Resort & Wellness
5
Le Jadis Beach Resort & Wellness, Mauritius
Luxury, 5* pamper resort by a white sand private beach on the Indian Ocean. The resort specialises in Ayurveda and holistic cure programmes.
OCEANO Health Spa Hotel
4
OCEANO Health Spa Hotel - Tenerife, Canary Islands
You are in excellent hands for a F. X. Mayr, Ayurveda or thalasso programme at the authentic family hotel, OCÉANO Health Spa Hotel
34 Reviews
Shanti Maurice Resort & Spa
5
Shanti Maurice Resort & Spa, Mauritius
A constantly sunny climate. Perfectly located right by the sea. Excellent wellness facilities. All make Shanti Maurice a wonderful wellness destination.
4 Reviews
COMO Shambhala Estate
5
COMO Shambhala Estate, Bali (Indonesia)
Experience next-level personal attention at COMO Shambhala Estate, where you'll have your own personal assistant! The incredibly dedicated team is committed to making your stay the best it can be, ensuring an exclusive and exceptional experience.
9 Reviews
Hotel Botánico & The Oriental Spa Garden | Puurenkuur Official Sales Office Benelux
5
Hotel Botánico & The Oriental Spa Garden - Tenerife, Canary Islands
A luxury, Asian-inspired 5* hotel with top Thai spa, tropical gardens and impeccable service.
25 Reviews
The Retreat Costa Rica
4
The Retreat Costa Rica, Costa Rica
The Retreat Costa Rica is one of the best luxury wellness boutique resort and spa, where organic gardens, lush landscapes, chirping birds, and technicolor sunsets are the setting for healing journeys.
11 Reviews
Not found what you were looking for? Please call +31 (0)20 573 03 50 for more info!

Ayurveda treatments 

Ayurveda treatments can include a wide range of non-food therapies and practices that are designed to promote health and well-being in a holistic and natural way. In this category Puurenkuur listed the hotels and retreats that offer Ayurveda treatments, without offering a full ayurveda programme. Those hotels offer quality ayurvedic treatments or therapies, without having the full package of ayurvedic meals, supplements and yoga. Ayurvedic treatments aim to restore balance to the body and promote health by using a combination of natural remedies, including herbs, spices and oils. Some of the reasons why Ayurveda treatments can be so beneficial for your health:

  • Ayurveda is an ancient system of medicine that originated in India more than 5,000 years ago. It is based on the idea that the body is made up of five elements – earth, water, fire, air, and ether – and that the balance of these elements is essential for good health.
  • Holistic approach: Ayurveda takes a holistic approach to health, which means it considers the physical, emotional and spiritual aspects of a person's well-being. This approach helps to address the root cause of health problems rather than just treating the symptoms. 
  • Personalized treatment: Ayurveda recognizes that each person is unique and requires a personalized approach to treatment. Ayurvedic practitioners will assess your individual constitution and provide treatments tailored to your specific needs.
  • Natural remedies: Ayurvedic treatments use natural remedies that are often derived from plants, herbs and spices. These remedies are generally safe and have fewer side effects than synthetic drugs.
  • Emphasis on prevention: Ayurveda places a strong emphasis on preventive healthcare, which means taking steps to maintain good health before illness occurs. This includes adopting a healthy diet, regular exercise, and stress management techniques.
  • Long-term benefits: Ayurvedic treatments aim to promote long-term health and well-being rather than just treating immediate symptoms. This means that Ayurveda can be effective in preventing chronic diseases and improving overall quality of life.

Ayurveda treatments can be beneficial for your health because they take a holistic, personalized and have a natural approach to promoting well-being and preventing disease.

Typical Ayurveda treatments

Ayurveda offers a wide range of treatments and therapies. In Ayurveda treatments, the therapists use a lot of warm oils with herbs that are rubbed pretty much all over the body. The herbs are absorbed into the skin through the oil. Be aware you feel as an eel as they use quite a lot of ayurveda herbal oil. Ayurveda treatments include a wide range of massages and therapies and treatments. 

We listed some typical ayurveda treatments:

  • Abhyanga: A full-body massage with warm oil that promotes relaxation, improves circulation and nourishes the skin.
  • Shirodhara: A therapy where warm oil is poured in a continuous stream onto the forehead, which helps to calm the mind and nervous system. We also call this pouring oil on the ‘third eye’.
  • Basti: An herbal enema that is used to promote elimination of toxins from the colon and improve digestion.
  • Nasya: A therapy where herbal oil is poured through the nostrils to treat respiratory and sinus conditions.
  • Udvartana: A massage with herbal powders that is used to promote weight loss, improve circulation and reduce cellulite.
  • Netra Tarpana: Warm ghee is poured into the eyes to improve vision, reduce eye strain and relieve dry eyes.
  • Kati Basti: Warm herbal oil is held in a dough dam on the lower back to relieve pain and tension in the lumbar region.
  • Shiro Abhyanga: A head and scalp massage with warm oil that promotes relaxation, relieves tension headaches and nourishes the hair and scalp.
  • Marma therapy: A gentle massage of the body's energy points, which can help to release emotional blockages and promote overall wellbeing.
  • Sound therapy: Ayurvedic practitioners may use sound therapy, such as chanting, singing bowls or tuning forks, to balance the doshas and promote relaxation.
  • Ayurvedic facials: A facial treatment that uses herbal ingredients to nourish and rejuvenate the skin, promote circulation and reduce inflammation.
  • Herbal remedies: Ayurvedic practitioners may prescribe herbal remedies, which can include teas, tinctures, powders and tablets, to address specific health concerns and imbalances. They are always only natural based.