Best Ayurveda and Yoga Stress Management Treatments in India 2020-21
Stress does not need an introduction. Deadlines at work or daily chores, we all get stressed in many ways on an everyday basis. We are constantly on the look-out for ways to manage stress. If left untreated, it can trigger lifestyle diseases like hypertension, diabetes, heart problems etc.
What this program aims to achieve:
Stress Management program combines Yoga, Ayurveda, Meditation, Nature-connecting activities and suitable food to help attain a relaxed state of mind. Rejuvenation therapies, massages, steam bath are also some of the other methods used in this program to make you relaxed. At these hand-picked Wellness Retreats, you will also learn yoga asanas, practice Meditation and learn Ayurveda cooking techniques to keep you stress free in the long-term.
Given below is an overview of a typical Stress Management Program.
Stress Management Package will provide you with Satvik vegetarian meals to help you get maximum benefits from this program. The food is provided basis Ayurveda principles that reduces stress from within.
Yoga Nidra Session - Yogic sleep is a state of consciousness between waking and sleeping. It is a state in which the body is completely relaxed and one becomes increasingly aware of the inner world.
In a Wellness Retreat, you practice Yoga Nidra Session under the guidance of experts and follows these simple steps:
How to do Yoga Nidra at home?
Follow these simple steps to do Yoga Nidra Session at home:
Lie down straight on your back in Shavasana (Corpse Pose). Close your eyes and relax. Take a few deep breaths in and out in a slow and relaxed way.
Start by gently taking your attention to your right foot. Keep your attention there for a few seconds, while relaxing your foot. Then slowly move your attention up to the right knee, right thigh and hip. Become aware of your whole right leg.
Now, repeat this process for the left leg.
This way, we will take our attention to all parts of the body: genital area, stomach, navel region and up till chest.
Now move your attention to the right shoulder, right arm, palms, and fingers. Repeat this on the left shoulder, left arm, throat, face, and finally the top of the head.
Take a deep breath in and observe the sensations in your body. Relax in this state for a few minutes.
Slowly becoming aware of your body and surroundings, turn to your right side and keep lying down for a few more minutes. Rolling over to the right side makes the breath flow through the left nostril which helps cool the body.
Taking your own time, you may then slowly sit up, and whenever you feel comfortable, slowly and gradually open your eyes.
Note- you should practice it under an expert for the first few times.
For maximum benefits - Practice it in a peaceful environment and after a gap of 3-4 hours from a meal.
Group Meditation / Group Chanting – There is no better way to manage stress than meditation. Our Stress Management Programs include Group Meditation / Chanting to help you explore your spiritual angel and develop holistic ways to manage stress.
Dhara - In this process, some herbal oils, medicated milk, medicated butter milk are poured on the forehead in a special manner for 45 minutes. This works best to for Insomnia, Mental Tension, Vata predominated diseases and certain skin diseases. Best results if practiced 7-21 days.
Dashamoola Ksheera Dhara - Medicated milk is poured all over the body and head from a special vessel from a certail height in a rhythmic manner. This treatment is good for Insomnia, mental tensions, headache due to Pitta dominance, menopause problems etc.
NjavaraKizhi - Potlis (pouches) containing Njavara (a rice with healing properties) and types of oil are used to massage all over the body. Beneficial for healthy skin, strengthening muscles, reducing stress, arthritis and relieving arthritis symptoms.
Thalam - Special powder mixed with oil applied on the top of head for 20-45 minutes. This treatment is helpful for ENT Problems, Insomnia, Migraine etc.
Connecting with Nature – Organic farm visit, guided walk etc.