Ayurveda is 5000 years old traditional Indian medicine, which is comprising unique systems of eating, exercises, herbal therapies, relaxation, meditation, cleaning of organism, aromatherapy and much more. Ayurveda was recognized by World Health Organization like effective medical system in 1982. It harmonizes body, spirit and mind, helps to restore internal harmony and balance.
Ayurvedic therapies, consultations and alimentation are provided only by Indian professionals.
AYURVEDA in Svatá Kateřina & the team
Kairali Ayurveda Group, whose founders are Ms. Gita Ramesh and Mr. K. V. Ramesh, both of which come from a long line of traditional Ayurvedic physicians, is a globally recognized group offering Ayurvedic holidays, products, medicines and training. Resort St. Kateřina is part of the Kairali Ayurveda Group and offers its clients a genuine Ayurvedic programs conducted by Indian experts.
As traditional Ayurvedic medicine devotees we dreamed of a place that would become the cradle of Ayurveda in the Czech Republic. Therefore we decided to build an Ayurvedic pavilion that could make our dream about therapies and procedures at the highest level possible. We wish to breathe clean air, eat healthy food and live in a beautiful, natural environment, in harmony and peace. We believe the Ayurvedic Pavilion will fully represents this philosophy and we are looking forward to its opening in March 2019.
Our programs are designed to aim of one the main goals of Ayurveda.
Choose from programs, such as Ayurveda Panchakarma, Ayurveda rejuvenation, Ayurveda beauty, Ayurveda for woman, Ayurveda weight loss or Ayurveda back Pain, Ayurvedic weekend.
Ayurvedic therapies make use of healing powers of nature to help us to live healthy life. Ayurveda is considered to be equal to medicine and traditional sciences, offering solutions for various health problems without side-effects. Due to positive impact on lifestyle Ayurveda became very popular holistic healing systems, for instance offering effective solutions to remove stress, which is difficult in terms of „traditional medicine“ as we know it.