Saturday, 18 July 2015

About Ayurveda: Therapies, Doshas, Treatment

Ayurveda is ancient medicine system originated in India. Ayurveda is derived from Sanskrit word Ayu means life and veda means science. It means science of life. Its approach is holistic and medicines are prepared from medicinal plants. Main principle is to prevent diseases before causing rather than curing diseases after causing. 

According to ayurveda a human body is classifieds into three doshas: Pitta, Vatta and Kapha. Degree of doshas vary from person to person. Treatment is given based on respective body constituency. 

Not only treatment, ayurveda rejuvenation therapies like massage, beauty therapy, aroma, yoga, panchakarma etc. Panchakarma is detoxification procedure to remove toxins from the body. It is set of five therapies. 

Ayurveda is now globally accepted medical system. Since it has no side effect people are showing interest towards it. 

There many institutions which provide short term ayurveda training courses in India. These courses are helpfull in gaining basic knowledges about ayurveda.

Shri Kaya Kalp is one such renowned institution located in New Delhi, India.

Tuesday, 24 March 2015

Yoga and Pranayama

Yoga is Spiritual, Mental and Physical practice for healthy mind and body. It is a way of life. Origin of yoga is not known. Yoga gurus from India introduced to west in early 20th century. Yoga brings calmness and stability to mind. It include various movement of body, meditation and breathing exercise.

Benefits of Yoga

  • Keeps bone and muscles strong
  • Reduces Blood pressure
  • Decreases blood pressure
  • Healthy Heart and Mind
  • Increases Concentration
  • Weight Management


Pranayama is controlling of Breadth. Breathing is important process required to sustain life. It starts from birth and stops at out death. Pranayama is considered as science related force supplying energy and mind & body. Breathing is inhalation and exhalation of air but pranayama includes retention of breath. 
Diaphragm and intercostals are used to breath. Diaphragmatic breathing is more effective and is called vertical breathing. In pranayama, one uses diaphragm efficiently to get more oxygen without much efforts.

Benefits of Pranayama

  • Slow and Deep Breathing
  • Improves Blood Circulation
  • Better Mental Health
  • Improves quality of life in Old age.

 Shri Kaya Kalp is an Ayurvedic institute which conducts yoga and     pranayama courses in India. Cost is affordable. Contact Shri Kaya  Kalp @

Wednesday, 11 February 2015

Become Ayurveda Beauty Therapist in 1 Week

Shri Kaya Kalp offers short term ayurveda beauty therapy course. Cost of the course is 15000 INR.

Why US
  • The Course is taught by well qualified Doctors.
  • Classes and practicals are done in small batches.
  • Cost is affordable compared to others.
  • Helps in Accommodation and Diet.
  • Our Center is located in City area.
Topics included in Course are

Introduction to Ayurveda
Basic Principles of Ayurveda
Body Constitution with reference to skin and hair
Introduction to Ayurveda Beauty Care

  1. Ayurvedic diet and life style for beauty
  2. Introduction of Ayurvedic oils and herbs for skin and hair care
Face Treatments
  1. Face Massage
  2. Face Packs
  3. Cleansing Treatments
  4. Herbal Steaming
  5. Nasyam
  6. Anti Wrinkles Treatment
  7. Anti Aging Treatment
  8. Scalp + Hair Treatments
Head Massage
Dandruff Treatment
Treatment for Premature Crreying
Treatment for Hairfall and Brittle Hair

Treatment for Hair Growth
Herbal Fumigation


Face Massage
Face Scrub
Herbal Steam
Face Pack
Preparation of Face Pack
Cleansers Preparation
Head Massage
Herbal Fumigation
Application of Hair Packs
Preparation of Hair Packs

Enquire  with us 

Saturday, 17 January 2015

Panchakarma Therapy

What is Panchakarma?
Pacnhakarma is an Ayurveda detoxification treatment which eliminates unwanted toxins from the body. It is a set of five procedures. The five procedures are Vamana, Virechana, Basti, Nasya, and Raktamokshana. Healthy balanced diet is also important for effective panchakarma treatment. Time taken for treatment is - 6-10 days for preparation, 1 day for purge, 7 days for build-up.

panchakarma-vamanaFive procedures are

Vamana is also known as medicated vomiting or emisis. It removes kapha toxins in body especially from resperatory tract. Vamana is given more to kapha dominated people. People who are suffering from Chronic Indigestion Nasal Congestion, Edema, Chronic Allergies, Hay Fever, Vitiligo, Psoriasis, Hyperacidity, Psychological disorders, Skin disorders are benefited from Vamana.

Virechana removes pitta toxins from the body. It cleans gastro-intestinal tract. It has no side effect. Peole suffering from Asthma, Diabetes, Digestive disorders, Skin disorders, Constipation, Hyperacidity, Vitiligo are benefited from Virechana.

Basti removes all three type of toxins- pitta, kapha, vatta from the body through colon. Time taken for Basti is more compared to other procedures. It benefits for Convalescence, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Cervical Spondylosis , Digestive disorders, Constipation, Backache & Sciatica.

In Nasya, medicated oil is poured through nose for removing kapha from head and neck region. Nasya is beneficial for people suffering from Bel's Palsy , Trigeminal Neuralgia, improves memory & eye sight.

Raktamokshana is used to purifiy the blood. It is not recommended for general panchakarma therapy.

Scope of Panchakarma Therapist
Since there is no side effect for ayurveda, more people are choosing ayurveda treatment. Government is also promoting ayurveda internationally. Hence, due to demand for ayurveda tratments, many ayurveda hospitals and centers are opened. So scope of panchakarma therapist has increased. To become a therapist, one should successfully participate in a panchakarma therapy course.

Shri Kaya Kalp is providing short term courses in panchakarma and ayurveda massages.
For more details visit our website

Shri Kaya Kalp
C-2/95, Janak Puri near kendriya vidyalaya,
New Delhi – 110058, India.