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Ayurvedic wellness at the Mandira spa

Dive into the world of Ayurveda…

The term wellness entered the English language in 1654, in a diary entry by Sir Archibald Johnson, Lord Wariston, who blessed God for his ‘daughter’s wealnesse.’ The Collins English Dictionary defines wellness as ‘the state of being in good physical and mental health’. Since 1950, it has been the guiding principle of the modern health movement, which originated in the USA. However, wellness is now used somewhat liberally for all kinds of commercial goods and services, despite being originally based solely on a holistic approach to the promotion of health and wellbeing. This is what today’s Ayurveda wellness has returned to.

…and immerse yourself in the Styrian wellness region of thermal springs

Holistic wellbeing is at the forefront of Ayurvedic wellness. The equilibrium of vital energies (the Vata, Pitta and Kapha Doshas) is the key to health. Only when body, mind and spirit are in balance can we regenerate and maintain long-term health. Our Holistic Ayurveda concept tailors Ayurveda to the needs of the western world with Ayurvedic, conventional and alternative medical treatments, nutrition, diagnostics, Yoga, meditation, exercise, regeneration and Healing Spirit. Our range of services is supported by Ayurvedic and innovative Skin Solutions treatments.

Regenerate in our 1,760sqm Ayurveda Spa

  • Celtic Lautrum sauna 90°C

  • Styrian herbal sauna 65°C

  • Minerals steam room 45°C

  • Saline sauna 75°C

  • Infrared sauna

  • Ice grotto
  • Buddha’s Place relaxation room
  • Ganesha’s Spirit relaxation room
  • Comfortable relaxation areas throughout the bathing and sauna area

Tip:
During your Ayurvedic stay, why not enjoy Ganesha’s Garden with its teahouse and covered lounger areas? Our Ayurveda garden is where the vital energies come together, helping you to gently recharge your batteries and relax. Did you know that you can even book to have a treatment in the garden’s teahouse?

AYURVEDA SPA LOUNGE

Organising our daily routine in line with Ayurvedic principles means following nature and her cyclical rhythms. Thanks to the teachings of Ayurveda, we know that different basic energies prevail at different times of the day, each with their distinct effect. Dinacharya, or Ayurvedic daily routine (Dina – day, Acharya – teacher), enables us to follow the cycle of the Doshas, making good use of it to establish balance and follow our path with vitality and joie de vivre.

You can book all your treatments and get first-hand information at the Ayurveda Spa’s reception and lounge. This is also where you can unwind and enjoy the calming ambience in preparation for your treatment. A pulse diagnosis provides information about your personal constitution and the daily cycle of the Doshas. There is also an Ayurveda Shop where you can discover a large selection of certified wellbeing products.

AYURVEDA SPA LOUNGE

Organising our daily routine in line with Ayurvedic principles means following nature and her cyclical rhythms. Thanks to the teachings of Ayurveda, we know that different basic energies prevail at different times of the day, each with their distinct effect. Dinacharya, or Ayurvedic daily routine (Dina – day, Acharya – teacher), enables us to follow the cycle of the Doshas, making good use of it to establish balance and follow our path with vitality and joie de vivre.

You can book all your treatments and get first-hand information at the Ayurveda Spa’s reception and lounge. This is also where you can unwind and enjoy the calming ambience in preparation for your treatment. A pulse diagnosis provides information about your personal constitution and the daily cycle of the Doshas. There is also an Ayurveda Shop where you can discover a large selection of certified wellbeing products.

The core of Ayurvedic wellness and therapy is made up of the treatments administered by professional therapists and Ayurvedic specialists.