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Detox programm

For 165 euros per night including detox menus and personalized treatments.
This rest and detoxifying program is designed to purify the organism and instill new energy for better physical well-being and mental relaxation.

Zen package

For 140€ per person and per night:
organic buffet breakfast
organic 3 course dinner (excluding drinks)
a 60 minutes relaxing treatment
participation in our daily scheduled activities (Yoga, Qi Gong, méditation etc)

Vitality Break

For 50 € per person and per night:
organic buffet breakfast
organic 3 course dinner (excluding drinks)
participation in our daily scheduled activities (Yoga, Qi Gong, méditation etc)


Dates : 18 to 27 October 2016

In Sanskrit, the literal meaning of Ayurveda is “science of life”, best described in English as the art of living.  It is a system of holistic natural medicine, founded in ancient India by the Rishis (enlightend Yogis, sages and seers) as described in the main text books of Ayurveda, the Charaka Samhita and Ashtanga Hrdadyam.
Ayurveda is essentially about living in a balanced way where the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual aspects of life are all in harmony with one another.

According to Ayurveda, our natural state is one of health, happiness and an inner sense of well-being. Health is defined as the body being clear of toxins, the mind is at peace, emotions are calm, wastes are efficiently eliminated and organs are functioning normally. In a busy, stressful world, our physical and mental systems accumulate toxins causing deterioration in bodily functioning. This eventually weakens our systems, which opens the door for chronic, degenerative, and non-specific diseases to develop. Panchakarma can help by reversing these negative effects of daily living. It can restore your natural state of health and wellness by cleansing your body of toxins, bringing balance into your system and improving bodily function. It can also help you sustain this process by making positive changes in lifestyle.

Panchakarma (Pancha = 5, Karma = action) is a term used to refer to five specific ayurvedic treatments which are mostly purificatory in nature. Based on your individual condition, constitution and needs, Yogi Manmoyanand will select the treatment most appropriate.  The treatment has three phases: a preparatory phase, the main treatment and a recuperative phase.  After careful monitoring, it is only when Yogi Manmoyand is convinced that you are ready for the main treatment, that it will be administered.

During the entire period, it is advised to get maximum physical and mental rest to enable to get the full benefit from the treatment along with dietary and lifestyle advice.During this program Yogi Manomoyanand will devise bespoke treatment programs to meet your individual needs. A complete program covers diet, various cleansing techniques, and the use of herbal remedies, massage and other holistic practices.
This program is an opportunity to benefit from treatment and guidance from an authentic Yogi who received the knowledge and practice of Ayurveda from its Source.

This program includes:
•    accommodation in a room with ‘Greensleep’ mattress, shower, with bathrobes provided
•    a personalized ayurvedic consultation assessment including pulse evaluation
•    a tailored program based on nutritional advice, ayurvedic treatments and remedies
organic breakfast, lunch and dinner (including herbal teas) based on ayurvedic diet principles
•    an ayurvedic treatment  per day consisting of Abhyanga (oil massage), Swedana (herbalized sweat therapy), Shirodhara (pouring of warm oil to the forehead)
•    Daily check-ins with Yogi Manmoyanand and team throughout the week to monitor your cleansing process
•    Lectures on Ayurvedic principles and “Question and Answer” sessions on some evenings
•    A supportive environment in the forest that provides space for true contemplation and self-healing

Day 1        
Check-in from 3pm and one to one consultation with Yogi Manmoyanand. Depending on the individual consultation, your individual program will be created.
Days  2 to 8  
Daily Ayurvedic treatment (Abhyanga and Swedana, Sirodhara, Virechana, Basti, Nasyam…) + evening lectures on Ayurvedic principles and lifestyle and light forest walks on some days
Day 9     
Individual post-panchakarma health and wellness advice for healthy diet, exercise and lifestyle practices
Day 10  
Breakfast and check-out before 12am

Price per person for 9 nights in a double room

Room Classique (14 à 17 m²)     3240 Euro
Room Confort (22 à 28 m²)    3420 Euro
Room Supérieure (32 à 38 m²)     3690 Euro
Single room supplement     +360 Euro
The tourist tax is 1.20 Euro per day and per     person

•    wellness stay for physical and mental well-being
•    a better understanding of lifestyle principles according to Ayurveda
•    Eliminate toxins and toxic conditions from your body and mind
•    Restore your constitutional balance improving health and wellness
•    Strengthen your immune system and  become more resistant to illness
•    Reverse the negative effects of stress on your body and mind thereby slowing the aging process
•    Enhance your self-reliance, strength, energy, vitality and mental clarity
•    Bring about deep relaxation and sense of well-being as well as lightness
•    advice for healthy diet, exercise and lifestyle practices to continue at home

Things to bring with you
•    any medication that you are currently using and cannot be immediately discontinued
•    simple, comfortable clothing
•    comfortable non-slippery footwear; and 2-3 pairs of socks
•    1 sweater or shawl to keep you warm
•    2-3 scarves to cover your head and neck when you move out of the room
•    essential reading material (reading is not advised during treatment process)

Yogi Manmoyanand

Yogi Manmoyanand is one of the few living teachers of the Saraswati lineage, which goes as far back as to the year 800 AD. He lived and practiced for 7 years amongst a group of ascetics in the caves of the Himalayas.

His knowledge on various yogic and Vedic scriptures were given to him by Yogi Angadanand Saraswati, who wanted him to become a teacher for students of the ashram, but also for students who lead a normal worldly life.

For Yogis, Ayurveda is a yogic practice (Sadhana) that is given to the authentic Yogis after many years of successful practice of Yoga. Yogis study Ayurveda by knowing and being the nature.

Yogi Manmoyanand has been studying and practicing Ayurvedic and natural healing for the last 25 years. Because of his expertise on the subject, for the last twelve years he has been giving lectures and seminars on the subject in various countries.

He has both a traditional and scientific approach to Ayurveda and uses only natural remedies for the treatments and therapy, often handpicked and prepared by him.