Frequently Asked Questions

About Naturopathy and Ayurveda Therapies

Naturopathy treatment is a holistic combination of traditional therapies includes scientific Herbal massages along with steams, hydrotherapy modalities, mud therapy, acupuncture, diet modification, fasting, herbal remedies, and healthy habits. As an ancient Indian traditional practice, Naturopathy is non-invasive and does not use any man-made drugs, making the entire healing process a natural transformation through the elements of nature.

Ayurveda/Panchakarma therapies are composed of therapies like medicated oil massage, different therapies with medicated oils, intake of medicated ghee (as advised), detoxification and rejuvenation and at the end of course some advises of lifestyle correction.

Both therapy program Ayurveda and Naturopathy are beneficial in its own way.If you are comfortable with herbal,medicated oils ,supplements you can opt for Ayurveda and for therapies without or minimal herbal medicated usage choose Naturopathy.


The minimum duration of program is of one week from Sunday to Sunday and therapies from starting Monday and ending on Saturday. However the program runs in multiple of weeks in the same fashion – 2, 3, 4 weeks etc. The ideal recommended duration can be of two weeks to start with  for persons with health problems.


All Ayurvedic therapies are involved of some kind of oileation, so there may be chance of staining of oil on the clothes you wear.Also there will be some diet restriction and daily regime to do and avoid to do which is printed on page 16 of your Ayurveda booklet .


Yes, you can continue the medication you are taking along with the therapies unless specifically told not to by the doctor here.

We have limited intake for each of the therapy program. Please mention the therapy program you want to attend at time of booking. You may not get the admission for therapy program if you plan to choose after you come here. In such case you will have no option but to continue with Yoga and relaxation program which do not contain Ayurveda or Naturopathy therapies.

About booking proceure

Booking is to be done online from here

Executive rooms have a TV & A.C (Optional) in addition to everything else in a standard room.
Deluxe rooms have LEDs, ACs, wooden flooring. The room is more spacious along with reclining chairs for sitting.

Deluxe rooms have more traffic noise being closer to the highway.

Deluxe rooms are 5 mins walk from therapy rooms and also from the main building which houses the yoga classes and dining room.

Booking for a-la-carte treatments is to be done on arrival. First preference is given to thise who book packaged treatments followed by others who opt for a-la-carte treatments.


It is recommended that you check-in before 5 pm for medical consultation.
The orientation of the weekly program (which is at 5:30pm) will be missed and you may get late to start your therapy and other related programs.

Yes we accept all credit / debit cards except AMEX, upon arrival. Cheque payments are not accepted.


Please click here to go through the daily schedule.

Clothing that is comfortable, light and less revealing is recommended.

Please carry your own towels and napkins as we do not provide them in the room.

No. We have an in-campus cafeteria with Wi-Fi. You can buy vouchers from the visitor centre and use the internet there.

Yes, all rooms have it.

Yoga mats are provided. However, you may carry your own if you wish to. 

Yes, you can bring along your child as long as there is someone to look after him or her during the therapy sessions, as required. There is no extra charge for room/board for children upto 6 years of age. For children aged between 6 – 12 years, the charges would be Rs. 500 per day. 

There is an in-campus ATM, car park, laundry service and convenience store.

For more information, please click here to download and go through the brochure.