Athena Beauty Spa & Training Centre
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Welcome to our Ayurvedic Spa
‘A secret haven promoting your bodies healing’
Offering ancient holistic treatments over 5000 years old from India. This ancient healing wisdom is now at your finger tips. If you are seeking a more balanced way of living then browse our extensive list of therapies and indulge in some of our most divine treatments from the Far East. Our Ayurvedic therapists will be more than happy to discuss all treatments described on our website.
‘Unfold the healing power of Ayurveda in you‘
What is Ayurveda?
‘Ayurveda means the science of life’
Ayurveda is an ancient holistic medical system which helps
you to understand your true nature/body type and works in harmony with it,
bringing your whole being (body, mind, and spirit) into balance giving long-term
good health and vitality.
Ayurveda recognizes that we are all individuals and focuses on lifestyle, yoga, meditation, massage (holistic therapies) and herbal remedies to suit your body type thereby rejuvenating the body / mind and delaying the aging process.
This comprehensive and complete medical system was established and past down by the ancient seers (rishis) and sages from the Himalayas of India and it is a highly evolved science which is known to have been around for over 5000 years.
Ayurveda heavily influenced many systems of medicine from the ancient Greeks to the Chinese. It can be found in Tibetan medicine, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Burma and Thailand. Ayurveda is widely considered to be the oldest health care system in the world!
‘Ayurveda treats disease not by just treating the affected part but the individual as a whole’
‘Ayurveda's purpose is to give us a life that is long and healthy and happy’
For further information click here for the
‘Introduction to Ayurveda’