Whether you’re battling the bulge or have a few extra pounds to shed, the Ayurvedic slimming programme offers a great long term slimming solution. Committing for 28 days may seem long – but you will be so glad you did when you are met with the incredible results at the end of your stay.
We’ve all been on that scale and watched the dial go up with feelings of trepidation and anxiety. The science of Ayurveda is the oldest known form of healthcare in the world and what better treatment to trust the issue of your weight reduction to. Start by tackling the basics – what, when and how you eat. Your full Ayurvedic MOT will establish what your unique requirements are and the treatment will follow from there. From medical steam baths and sweating out toxins to the fantastic Ayurvedic vegetarian cuisine and herbal juices that are all part of the nutrition plan to kick start that sleepy metabolism. You’ll get plenty opportunity to exercise too just by taking a daily walk down the stairs to the beach! Daily yoga sessions will ensure your mind and body are in tune for the new you and give you the necessary tools to achieve your long term weight goal.
Take some time out of your schedule and you’ll be greatly rewarded for it, see a reduction in your weight and a generally improved sense of wellbeing after spending four weeks at this serene sanctuary in India.
including flights, transfers, accommodation & programme
In addition to the standard inclusions, the Slimmin Programme includes:
- Daily Ayurvedic treatment as prescribed
- Daily Ayurvedic vegetarian full board
- Daily doctor’s consultation
- Final consultation with doctors
- Free medicines during the treatment period
- Composition of an individual Ayurvedic diet plan
- Daily Yoga classes
- One half-day boat tour on the backwaters
- Medicated steam baths
My only small complaint, which didn't turn out to be a problem in the end, was that I wasn't informed about the fact that we needed at least 6 months ( I think it was) left on our passports after we had already booked and paid. It might have been a complicated situation if it had turned out that we didn't have that amount of time left on the passports."