Ayurveda garden at the European Ayurveda Resort Mandira StyriaAyurveda garden at the European Ayurveda Resort Mandira Styria

Ganesha’s Ayurveda garden

Ganesha’s garden at the Mandira is a place of bliss in the presence of the god of good luck

The Ayurveda garden at the European Ayurveda Resort Mandira Styria in Bad Waltersdorf is dedicated to Ganesha, son of Shiva and Parvati. God of new beginnings, wisdom, success and good luck, he is also the remover of obstacles.

He is the patron of the arts and sciences, and is often portrayed dancing. Earthly pleasures do not hinder his wisdom, however. On the contrary, they seem to inspire it. Ganesha’s Ayurveda garden reflects the universe and unites the five elements of Earth, Water, Fire, Air and Ether (space) that make up all earthly things. It forms a microcosm where the three Doshas are in balance, imparting equilibrium to everything within.

Refuel with positive energy for your new beginning

Ganesha is associated with positive powers, especially when it comes to new beginnings. Our Ayurveda treatment programmes are designed to provide our guests with fresh, joyful starts for the release of positive energy.

Ganesha’s Ayurveda garden at the Ayurveda Resort Mandira Styria in Bad Waltersdorf offers a serene space where you can recharge your batteries and find strength for your fresh start. Relax in the teahouse with an Ayurvedic massage, meditate, or simply enjoy a cup of tea as you savour life in Ganesha’s presence.

Refuel with positive energy for your new beginning

Ganesha is associated with positive powers, especially when it comes to new beginnings. Our Ayurveda treatment programmes are designed to provide our guests with fresh, joyful starts for the release of positive energy.

Ganesha’s Ayurveda garden at the Ayurveda Resort Mandira Styria in Bad Waltersdorf offers a serene space where you can recharge your batteries and find strength for your fresh start. Relax in the teahouse with an Ayurvedic massage, meditate, or simply enjoy a cup of tea as you savour life in Ganesha’s presence.