Naturopathy at Wellness by Nature

EON’s Wellness by Nature a superlative holistic wellness centre in the Himalayas has been a pioneer in providing an array of naturopathy services to its patrons. Nestled amidst the pristine beauty of the Himalayas the wellness centre, a trailblazer in treating and healing through a range of ancient and modern holistic wellness techniques, which includes advanced naturopathy, ayurveda, yoga and diet and lifestyle changes.

Possessing state-of-the-art wellness centre in the lap of the Himalayas, the luxury resort is an excellent location for healing with naturopathy and other ancient traditional ayurvedic techniques. Naturopathy has come a long way in providing alternative healing techniques to the people. It works on the principles of self-healing channelizing energy within the body to cure various ailments. Nature plays a vital role in naturopathy through homoeopathy, herbalism, acupuncture as well as diet and lifestyle counseling.

Wellness by Nature, a holistic wellness centre works under the supervision of our  esteemed expert, pioneer in holistic wellness treatment. All the rejuvenation treatments are done with the assistance of a highly professional team consisting of medical practitioners, physiotherapists, yoga experts and dietitians. Come and experience the sheer bliss at Wellness by Nature located at EON the luxury resort amidst the serene and tranquility of the Himalayas.

Origin of Naturopathy

The term “naturopathy” was created from “natura” (Latin root for birth) and “pathos” (the Greek root for suffering) to suggest “natural healing”. Modern naturopathy grew out of the Natural Cure movement of Europe. The term was coined in 1895 by John Scheel and popularized by Benedict Lust, who is considered to be the “father of U.S. naturopathy”.

What is Naturopathy

Naturopathy deals with the healing power of nature since it believes that all healing powers are within your body. This means that within every human organism there is a healing energy, which includes our immune system in the fuller sense of both the physical and the psyche, which is responsible for our wellness and our ability to heal and maintain health. Since we fall ill only when we go against Nature, the cause of diseases (toxins) is expelled from the body to cure it. Fasting has been described as Nature’s way to recover. A thorough rest, which includes fasting, is the most favorable condition in which an ailing body can purify and recoup itself.

Naturopathy Practices

The particular modalities used by a naturopath vary with training and scope of practice. These may include herbalism, homeopathy, acupuncture, nature cures, physical medicine, applied kinesiology, colonic enemas, chelation therapy, color therapy, cranial osteopathy, hair analysis, iridology, live blood analysis, ozone therapy, psychotherapy, public health measures and hygiene, reflexology, rolfing, massage therapy, and traditional Chinese medicine. Nature cures include a range of therapies based on exposure to natural elements such as sunshine, fresh air, or heat or cold, as well as nutrition advice such as following a vegetarian and whole food diet, fasting, or abstention from alcohol and sugar. Physical medicine includes naturopathic, osseous, or soft tissue manipulative therapy, sports medicine, exercise, and hydrotherapy. Psychological counseling includes meditation, relaxation, and other methods of stress management.

Naturopathy Therapies Techniques

Acupressure

Acupressure is an ancient Chinese technique in which the body heal and repair itself through its own inbuilt mechanism. In fact, on a broader picture acupressure is acupuncture without needles. In acupressure treatment is done by stimulating specific points on the body by pressing them with hand, elbow, fingers and feet. Generally, the pressure applied is gentle and at a very comfortable level.
Acupressure is officially recognized and used in Chin, Japan and Korea. Apart, in modern times the ancient technique has been recognized, used in treating various ailments. It is well established that there are over 1000 acupressure points in the body. Thus through these points, several diseases can be treated or prevented. Acupressure helps in strengthening the digestive system, brain, heart, joints and eyes. Apart, here are the list of diseases that can be treated with acupressure spanning from acute sinusitis, bronchial asthma, common cold, constipation, cataract, tonsillitis, painting of eyes, severe bronchitis, retinas, myopia, toothache, flatulence, ulcers, stomach, pharyngitis, throat pain, hiccough, diarrhea, headache, migraine, facial paralysis, neuropathy, stiffness of shoulders, tennis elbow, sciatica, backache, osteoarthritis, nocturnal, paralysis etc.

Air Therapy

Fresh air is the prerequisite to all living organisms. Naturopathy cures the body through various air therapy programmes. Fresh and pure supply of oxygen to the vital organs like brain and heart enhances the health of an individual. An individual should have open space, flooded with verdant trees to maximise the effect of air therapy. Early morning time is considered to be the ideal for effective air therapy. Pranayama and various deep breathing exercises for 10 to 20 minutes could have an amazingly positive effect on the health of an individual.

Color Therapy

Colour therapy or “Surya Chikitsa” treatment is a very ancient technique and its traces could be found in the Vedic manuscript. In this therapy treatment is done through different colours emanating from the sun. Sun rays are made up of seven colours namely Red, Yellow, Orange, Green, Blue, Indigo and Violet. As per the Surya Chikitsa or Colour Therapy, the human body consists of several colours, and deficiency of any colour leads to disease in the body. Thus, for a healthy body, all the colours withing the body should be well balanced and in harmony. It is a well-known fact that every internal and external body part or organ is made up of different colours and even the smallest cell of the body bears its own colour. Thus, Surya Chikitsa or colour therapy is the process of healing and treating the chemical and colour balance of the body and curing the ailments.

Sun Bath

Sun bath is simply exposure of the body to sunrays. Sunlight is the prime source of energy for a proper functioning of the body. Sunlight is vital when it comes to maintaining a good health. Sunlight is the main source of Vitamin D. Exposure to the sun has several benefits on the body as it relaxes the muscles, decreases any kind of body swelling and pain.
Sunlight consists of three kinds of rays – Infrared rays, Ultra Violet rays and Rays of visible (white) light with each of having different effects on the body and cure. Some major benefits of sun bath: – keeps skin healthy, cures rickets, destroy bad bacteria from growing, enhances red and white blood cells, and builds a natural immune system of the body.

Diet

It is a proven fact that diet is directly correlated to the health of the body. In naturopathy, diet plays a vital role in treating a person. Naturopathy has comprehensively analysed the merits and demerits of the diet. A proper diet must have two prerequisite properties first it should supply all the essential nutrients and maintains acid- alkali balance in the blood. Naturopathy emphasises on following a vegetarian diet, as the benefits of the diet exceed the non-vegetarian. A holistic vegetarian diet has less fat, sugar, and calories.

Fasting

Undoubtedly fasting is one of the most effective way of detoxing the body and curing a wide range of disorders. It is a powerful technique in restoring and making a healthy body. Surely quickest and the simplest process of detoxifying the body completely without any side effects. It is recommended that if possible once a month or a week fasting is recommended as improves the entire system of the body. But there is a slight difference between fasting and starvation, where the former is constructive, latter is destructive. Fasting could be observed in different forms such as a juice fast, fruit fast, water fast of half day fast, by skipping a meal for a day. Water fasting is considered to be the best way of fasting. Pregnant women and people suffering from chronic illness should abstain themselves from any kind of fasting. For a longer period of fasting should be done under the expert guidance of naturotherapist and doctor.


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