What kind of yoga do we do in Oneworld Ayurveda? Yoga and meditation, bringing together the body and the mind, are a perfect complement to a Panchakarma. The yoga we offer is based on Hatha yoga and includes pranayama (breathing exercises). Ayurveda advocates a softer version of yoga during Panchakarma. It is ideal for reducing physical and mental stress as well as quieting the mind.
How do you feel after having completed a 10 day Panchakarma? And what did it feel like it during the process? One of our guests, Séverine, shares her experience with us.
Immerse yourself in our wonderful world of healing plants and spend time in our permaculture gardens. We have several gardens in our Panchakarma centre for you to observe, touch, smell and taste! Our head gardener Dharma is happy to answer your questions as are the doctors.
We offer 35 Ayurvedic treatments that are highly individualized based on the needs of the individual guest, depending on their Ayurvedic constitutional type, doshic imbalances, age, digestive strength, immune status, and many other factors. The treatment process generally starts—after the in-depth initial consultation—with an oleation or Abhyanga massage.
Happy Diwali. May the beauty of Diwali fill your home with happiness, and may the coming year provide you with everything that brings you joy!
Dr Ninnu is one of our Ayurvedic physicians at Oneworld Ayurveda. He received his degree B.A.M.S. of Ayurveda from the renowned Pankajakasthuri Ayurveda Medical College in Kerala, India, the cradle of Ayurveda. His passion for the science of Ayurveda and his great desire to help the sick encouraged him to study and practice the Varma techniques that have instant impact on the human body.
Do we sell any souvenirs at our Panchakarma centre? Yes, we do. Look no further than our souvenir shop down in the treatment centre reception. Discover various exotic handcrafted gifts, jewelry, sarongs, baskets, statues, copper items and much more to take home.
Besides beautiful terraced rice fields, we also take you on lovely walks through the neighbouring village, Banjar Kebon.
What are the eight limbs of yoga? The eight limbs of yoga come from a ancient book called Yoga Sutra by sage Patanjali. First is called Yamas (Ethical Standards). It reminds us that we do off the mat is equally important to what we do on it. Second is Niyamas (Personal Standards/Self-Discipline) which is about our relationship to ourselves. Third is Asana (Postures) which most people love and know. Asana is what is often mistakenly referred to as yoga today. Fourth is Pranayama (Breathing Techniques) which literally help to expand our energy. Fifth is Pratyahara (Sensory Withdrawal) teaching us to withdraw from the external stimulation and bring our focus inward. Sixth is Dharana (Concentration), Seventh Dhyana (Meditation) and the Eighth Samadhi (Pure Consciousness). Knowing about the eight limbs will definitely add a new dimension to your yoga.