Our twice weekly cooking demonstrations are an opportunity to learn! Chef Wayan and his team are happy to share all their tips and tricks to inspire you to keep up the healthy eating habits at home. To make it really easy, you will also get all the recipes for the delicious and healthy dishes served during your Panchakarma.
Before the start of your Panchakarma treatment, an offering or a mantra is performed. While flower and candle scents fill the room and relax your senses, Tingsha bells are rung to invoke the blessing of Dhanvantari, the god of Ayurveda.
This majestic panorama is our backyard. Good morning from Tegallalang in Bali! It could not get any greener. A great shot by our guest Karina Karadimou @thesauchalife
Happy International Yoga Day. Yoga and meditation bring together the body and the mind and are a perfect complement to a Panchakarma.
Janu Basti is one of the external oleatory and sudatory treatment methods in Ayurveda. For this treatment, the guest lies down in supine position with knees exposed, the head supported with a rolled towel or a pillow. A ring of dough with a diameter of at least 12cm is fixed over the knees and heated medicated oil is gently poured into the ring. When the oil cools down, it is removed using a sponge and fresh warm oil is poured. Janu Basti specialises in strengthening knee muscles and the architecture of the knee to improve its function. It helps to remove stiffness and pain, increases blood circulation, and improves mobility.
The science of permaculture offers a series of methods aimed to bridge the gap between present problems and future success by reimagining methods for working with resources. Permaculture echoes Ayurvedic principles, guiding one to elemental harmony, grace, and abundance.
Ayurveda is feminine in its approach, always seeking harmony, it is non-invasive and never aggressive. Ayurveda honours a woman as a spiritual being and its healing system helps correct basic metabolic imbalances so that any symptoms or diseases can be addressed.
A glimpse of your bedroom at Oneworld Ayurveda. We have twelve beautifully designed, very comfortable rooms with beautiful views of the lush green surrounding our retreat. All rooms have a private balcony or a terrace.
The Gunas are three fundamental forces always present in all beings and objects surrounding us. They are called Sattva (equilibrium and balance), Rajas (kinetic energy resulting in negative activity), and Tamas (darkness, destructive). When these three energies are in balance, the sattvic mind lends itself towards calmness and clarity and the ability to come up with solutions to life's problems. Then, we need the lesser qualities of Rajas to implement these solutions and Tamas to help bring these activities to completion. Our relaxing after-treatment lounge is a wonderful place to contemplate all of this and experience the serenity of nature.