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ABOUT AMRITA AYURVEDA


A well-established organization and a leader in traditional Ayurvedic therapy in Singapore. We earned the name and the business strength due to the range of quality services offered to our Patrons.


Our services are supervised by a team of renowned certified Ayurvedic Consultants & Yoga Masters, together with traditionally trained and experienced Male & Female therapists. We received the remarkable distinction, as one of the “must visit places” in Singapore. We have been awarded the Case Trust accreditation for good business practices and recognized as a Successful Entrepreneur.

We, at Amrita, believe in the powerful benefits of Ayurvedic massage and the wonders it does to the one’s body. We believe that the pathway to perfect health-mind, body & soul, can be achieved through….AYURVEDA

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Ayurveda – History & Philosophy


Ayurveda is an ancient system of life (Ayur) knowledge (Veda) arising in India thousands of years ago. Ayurveda theory evolved from a deep understanding of creation. The great rishis or seers of ancient India came to understand creation through deep meditation and other spiritual practices. The rishis sought to reveal the deepest truths of human physiology and health. They observed the fundamentals of life, organized them into an elaborate system and compiled India's philosophical and spiritual texts called Veda of Knowledge.

The philosophy of Ayurveda teaches a series of conceptual systems characterized by balance and disorder, health and disease. Disease/health results from the interconnectedness between the self, personality and everything that occurs in the mental, emotional and spiritual being. To be healthy, harmony must exist between the purpose for healing, thoughts, feelings and physical action.



Ayurveda – Approach to the Treatment


Ayurveda has three broad themes of treatment. These are elimination therapies (shodana or Panchakarma), pacification therapies (shamana) and nourishing therapies (bhrimana). Panchakarma includes nasal administration for vata, pitta and kapha, medicated enemas for vata, purgation and bloodletting for pitta and vomiting for kapha. Symptomatic treatment of this type for disease is not effective in bringing a Cure. Pacification strategies or balancing with opposites, including diet, lifestyle, herbs, meditation, yoga and so on. Nourishing therapies are used when strength or emaciation issues are being treated.

Ayurveda Internationally


The world can be divided into two major areas as the East and West. The Eastern world accepted Ayurveda long back and included it in to their health promotion. Western world is more commercialized and seek the balance of their health through alternative remedies and invites the Ayurveda as Alternative Medicine.

Worldwide, alternative medicine is becoming popular and herbal medicine has become one of the most common forms of alternative therapy. The International Herbal market is approximately $61 billion. Annual sales of herbal medicinal products (HMPs) are approximately $3 billion in Germany and $1.5 billion in the US.