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Panchakarma is a method of cleansing the body of all the unwanted waste after lubricating it. Panchakarma are 5 (five) in number; hence the term PANCHA (five) – KARMA (procedures) and they are as follows:

  • 1. Vamanam: Clear the upper gastro.
  • 2. Virechanam: Clears the lower gastro.
  • 3. Anuvasana: Lubricate the rectal area.
  • 4. Nasyam: Clear the respiratory tract and para-nasal sinuses.
  • 5. Astapana Vasti: Clean the area from the transverse colon till the anus.


Agni karma’, also known as ‘dahan karma’, is a process used in Ayurveda for various benign diseases that are characterised by pain or bleeding. These methods are commonly used for joint pain, head ache, abdominal cramps and convulsive disorders like epilepsy, schizophrenia and psychosomatic disorder. In this process, the heated rods of gold, silver, iron, copper and pancha dhatu (five metals) are applied directly on the skin at the affected site.



Marma in Sanskrit means hidden or secret. By definition, a Marma point is a junction on body where two or more types of tissue meet, such as muscles, veins, ligaments, bones or joints.It was known to kings and warriors in ancient times. It’s believed to release stagnant energy and stimulate your internal organs, hormones, and other chemicals to help meet the needs of your body. It is done by gently stimulating the marma points around your body through massage therapy.


Nadi Pariksha

Nadi Pariksha is an ancient Ayurvedic technique of diagnosis through the pulse. It can accurately diagnose physical, mental and emotional imbalances as well as diseases. It understands the vibratory frequency of the pulse at various levels on the Radial artery. Subtle vibrations are read at seven different levels vertically downward helps in ascertaining various body functions.



Pichu is an Ayurvedic palliative treatment that is targeted to treat your body ailments. Pichu in Ayurveda stands for sponging or padding, and the massage is unique because it’s based on ancient Ayurvedic wisdom. The Pichu ayurvedic treatment falls in the “external application of medicated oils” category, which is also known as Bahya Snehana.



Pizhichil is a traditional Ayurvedic treatment involving soft massage of the whole body in streams of lukewarm medicated oils. Pizhichil therapy combines oil and heat therapy to improve blood circulation and eliminate Ama or toxins from your body. The medicated oil is poured on your body by squeezing it out from a cloth following which a rejuvenating massage is given.



Thalapothichil is a special procedure of application of medicated paste on the head. Thalapothichil is also called as Shirolepa (anointment to head/ head pack). Thalapothichil is from Malayalam where thala refers to head and pothichil is covering. It is the traditional Ayurveda treatment of Kerala which is very effective in various psychosomatic disorders.