Ayurvedee Sri Lanka

As many traditional Ayurveda families, Lotus Ayurveda also carries its own great history. Dr. Samudra Alwis and Dr. Swarna Alwis are the proud co-founders of Lotus Ayurveda. Born to traditional Ayurveda families in Sri Lanka, both of them have a well-reputed family background in Sri Lankan traditional Ayurveda. Therefore both of them were lucky enough to grow up with the knowledge, skills, and values of Sri Lankan Traditional Ayurveda which ultimately made them to choose their life path in the same field. Therefore for them, it is not only a career but also their family inheritance which they are proud to be part of.

What is Ayurveda

Ayurvedic medicine (“Ayurveda” for short) is one of the world's oldest holistic (“whole-body”) healing systems. It was developed more than 3,000 years ago in India.

It’s based on the belief that health and wellness depend on a delicate balance between the mind, body, and spirit. Its main goal is to promote good health, not fight disease. But treatments may be geared toward specific health problems.

Ayurveda Treatment Sri Lanka

Ayurveda Treatment

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Ayurveda School Sri Lanka


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Ayurveda Cookery Class

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Yoga and Meditation

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Our Treatments

Therapeutic Treatment Programme Our Ayurveda therapy Programme are specially designed to address individual requirements. they aim to detoxify and cleanse the body and to be helpful in healing and recovery after acute and chronic diseases. Ayurveda strengthens the immune system and the nervous system.

iit creates deep relaxation, inner detachment, and serenity, increased vitality, weight normalization, healthy beautiful skin and bright clear eyes, revitalization, higher energy level, rejuvenation, and improvement of the general condition. Ayurveda can successfully treat particular diseases of modernization such as diabetes, symptoms of stress, migraine, headaches, obesity, skin problems, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, bronchitis/asthma, arthritis, diseases of the spine, sleep disorders, respiratory disorders, tinnitus, atopic dermatitis, etc.

Ayurveda School

Our Ayurveda learning programme is well designed by our experienced Ayurveda doctors which include both practical and theory sessions. we welcome Ayurveda lovers from all over the world beyond boundaries by giving them a novel experience to join a real Ayurvedic lifestyle. Our course programme is designed to cover over 250 hours in a minimum of 6 weeks.

They can be further tailored to suit individual needs. Our aim is to produce Ayurveda lovers with sound hands-on knowledge and skills in Ayurveda to work as independent Ayurveda therapists. the programme has a special emphasis on other alternative medicine practitioners to get specialized knowledge on diet planning by balancing V, P and K. Learn Ayurveda with us from its basics.

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Ayurveda Cookery

Ayurveda Cookery

Self-care and Ayurveda cooking programme to introduce practical aspects of the science of everyday life through dietary and lifestyle guidance.

Knowing the basics of Paleo, Whole30, and keto is one thing, but super in-the-know wellness insiders are also familiar with Ayurveda, a holistic medicine practice from India. If you're curious about the tradition but words like "dosha" sound like gibberish to you (it's actually Sanskrit), consider this your Ayurvedic cooking cheat sheet.

According to both experts, living an Ayurvedic life is all about balance, and there are several ways to practice this through cooking.

It can take a while to learn all the good and bad combos—which is why she wrote a book detailing it—but Banyan Botanicals has a helpful chart and Alter gives some basics here: "One popular is knowing not to combine fresh fruit with dairy or grains—like yogurt or oatmeal—because they digest at different speeds