28 Days Panchkarma Treatment in India
A 28-day Panchakarma program at Yoganandham(Yoga and Welness Center) is a comprehensive Ayurvedic therapy that provides a deep, transformative detoxification and rejuvenation experience. It is an intensive program that involves a series of five primary treatments: Vamana (therapeutic vomiting), Virechana (purgation), Nasya (nasal administration of medicinal oils), and Anuvasana Basti(Oil Enema), Asthapana Basti(Water Enema).
The 28-day Panchakarma program is designed to provide a deep level of detoxification and purification to the body, mind, and spirit. It aims to remove accumulated toxins and impurities from the body, and restore balance to the doshas (Vata, Pitta, and Kapha) to promote optimal health and well-being. In addition to the five primary treatments, a 28-day Panchakarma program typically includes other Ayurvedic therapies, such as Abhyanga (massage), Shirodhara (oil pouring on the forehead), Swedana (herbal steam therapy), and dietary and lifestyle recommendations.
How it Begins?
The program begins with an initial consultation with an experienced Ayurvedic Doctor, who will assess the patient's health and well-being, and design a customized treatment plan. During the program, the patient undergoes a series of treatments and therapies, which are tailored to their specific needs and goals.
The benefits of a 28-day Panchakarma program are numerous and include improved digestion, increased energy and vitality, enhanced immune function, reduced stress and anxiety, and relief from chronic health conditions such as arthritis, asthma, and diabetes.
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What will happen in 28 days?
A 28-day Panchakarma treatment is a longer and more comprehensive program that allows for a deeper detoxification and rejuvenation of the body. The schedule may vary depending on the individual's needs, but here is a general outline of what a typical 28-day Panchakarma treatment schedule might look like:
- Initial consultation with an Ayurvedic practitioner
- Recommendations for a special diet and lifestyle changes to prepare for the Panchakarma treatment
- Snehana (herbal oil massage) and Swedana (herbal steam bath) to open up the channels and prepare the body for elimination of toxins.
- Recommendations for a post-Panchakarma diet and lifestyle to maintain the benefits of the treatment
- Follow-up consultations with the Ayurvedic Doctor to monitor progress and make further recommendations if necessary
- Gentle yoga, meditation, and other practices to support the body and mind after the intensive detoxification process
Main Pradhan Karma Therapies
- Basti (medicated enemas) to eliminate toxins from the colon and promote healthy bowel movements.
- Nasya (nasal drops) to eliminate toxins from the head and neck region.
- Virechana (purgation therapy) to eliminate toxins from the small intestine and promote healthy digestion.
- Shirodhara (warm oil poured on the forehead) to calm the nervous system and promote relaxation.
- Other therapies as recommended by the Ayurvedic practitioner, such as Pinda Sweda (herbal poultice massage) or Netra Tarpana (eye treatment).
Throughout the 28-day program, the individual may also participate in group activities such as Daily Meditation Session, Yoga Sessions, cooking classes, nature walks, or workshops on Ayurvedic principles and practices. The schedule may be adjusted as needed based on the individual's response to the treatments and any other health concerns that arise.
|08:15 am - 09:15 am||Traditional Hatha Yoga Class|
|09:15 am - 10:00 am||Breakfast|
|10:00 am - 12:00 am||Ayurvedic Treatments|
|01:00 am - 02:00 pm||Lunch|
|02:00 pm - 04:00 pm||Leisure Time|
|04:00 pm - 05:00 pm||Evening Walk|
|05:00 pm - 06:00 pm||Herbal Tea Time|
|06:00 pm - 07:00 pm||Meditation & Pranayama|
|07:00 pm - 08:00 pm||Soup Time|
» Duration of daily yoga classes can be increased if required.
» Daily schedule is subject to change depending on weather conditions.