Kairali – The Ayurvedic Healing Village reopens at Palakkad after two years
After a two-year-long renovation and upgradation, Kairali Ayurvedic Group has re-opened its signature Ayurveda Health retreat, Kairali – The Ayurvedic Healing Village (Kairali-TAHV) at Palakkad in Kerala. The Ayurvedic health retreat was closed during the Covid lockdown since early 2020.
Counted among the top 50 wellness destinations in the world, the 60-acre property with 15 acre built up area is now upgraded to modern cottages nearly double the Ayurvedic Centre (1700 sq feet). It now has a new dedicated meditation complex, a new Yoga Centre (6000 sq. feet) overlooking the paddy fields through a unique hanging bridge and an upgraded kitchen. Further, about 35 more plant, fruits and vegetables have been added to the area.
Manned by skilled Ayurvedic doctor’s, the centre offers a wide range of therapeutic and wellness programs that include ways to bosting your immunity, post-covid health management weight loss, arthritis management, rejuvenation, detoxification and pain management as well as helping against stress and strain. Treatments offered include Panchakarma, Abhyangam, Shirodhara, Navarakhizhi, Udhvvardhnam etc.
“The aim of Ayurveda is to protect the health of a healthy person and to cure disease of a sick person and that’s what we provide to everyone who comes here. We offer organic food with the farm to fork concept, pollution free environment,” says Abhilash Ramesh, Executive Director Kairali Ayurvedic Group.
“It was after we received a good response to our Delhi Centre that we realised the requirement to start a uncompromised Ayurvedic health resort in a larger and more elaborate way at Palakkad, Kerala, the birth place of Ayurveda, taking people even closer to nature and natural medicine where one can actually recuperate from stress and strain, get treated for one’s ailments while on holiday,” adds Gita Ramesh Jt. Managing Director, Kairali Ayurvedic Group.
Spread over lush green 60-acre farms, Kairali- TAHV has a 20,000 sq feet of Ayurvedic Hospital that also acts an Ayurveda research centre. The only resort of its kind with a special emphasis on ancient healing practices, it incorporates the principles of Vastu Shastra as an element of sacred centrality to the duration of guests’ stay. All the 28 villas and two suites have trees and herbs aligned to birth stars and assigned according to an individual’s horoscopes, which is believed to have immense restorative and curative power.