At the Ayurveda Resort Mandira in the delightful region of Styria
Does the idea of Ayurveda, adapted to suit the western world and without the stress of long-distance travel, appeal? ‘Everyday life in Europe is not like everyday life in India,’ explains Christina Mauracher, Holistic Ayurveda expert and managing director of the Ayurveda Resort Mandira in Bad Waltersdorf. ‘Our diets and readily available, natural foods are just as dissimilar. As Holistic Ayurveda has evolved, we have gathered a huge amount of experience in the effectiveness of Ayurvedic treatments and nutrition within a European setting. We have developed new methods, recipes and treatments in combination with other naturopathic and conventional medical disciplines that are tailored to suit the needs, constitutions and lifestyle diseases of western society.’
In Bad Waltersdorf we combine Ayurvedic therapies and nutrition with a special exercise programme, alongside alternative medical therapies and the beneficial effects of thermal water. Together with the Medical University of Graz, the effectiveness of Ayurveda is scientifically examined and continuously developed on the basis of this knowledge.