Kshetra boutique retreat a traditional kerala style architecture blended with the essence of Ayurveda and Yoga ,located on the shore of Arabian Sea at varkala kerala,india.Traditional resort in varkala and a perfect destination to unwind, relax and rejuvenate your body, mind and soul.. The sunny beach at Varakala with a Resort Ambiance is the best place to get some calm and quiet atmosphere away from the crowd,enjoy the scenery, feel the sea breeze, take a long walk, get a good tan, tasty food,surfing.The accommodation was built in the traditional style of southern India known as “nallu kettu” and most of the bungalows afford a lovely view of the nature and sea.To satisfy this aspiration, the resort was established in a tropical garden and a beautiful courtyard. A holiday would not be enjoyable without the proper accommodation and essential amenities that your mind crave for. Nobody understands it better than kshetra. With an extensive Spa Menu that offers Aromatherapy and Ayurvedic therapies, the spa with its soothing and healing ambience is the ultimate in relaxation and wellness for our Guest. The luxurious accommodation facilities at kshetra are built with a touch of Kerala tradition. Designed to give a wonderful view, every room is equipped with 24 hour room service, laundry facilities, telephone,wifi and fax facilities etc.The multi cuisine restaurant at kshetra is loaded with a wide variety of mouth watering vegetarian and vegan dishes. Special vegetarian dishes are made for those under going Ayurvedic treatment. And there would not be any lack of entertainment with kshetra expressly put together with cultural performances. Indeed, Kshetra boutique Ayurveda Resort Amenities is the one place where happiness and wellbeing go hand in hand. Heritage Home Stay, Tourist accommodation, single, double and family rooms, guest home. It would be quite impossible to describe the unforgettable memories and positive experiences that you will encounter during your stay with merely a few words. However we can feed you with some interesting advice and informations of India’s and especially Kerala’s highlights, as we would like to assist you with our hospitality in the best possible way. Please take some time, relax and enjoy your stay with us as part of our family. We warmly invite you to relish this unforgettable experience. Relax in the certainty of being in good hands. Kshetra strongly believes and support Indian government initiative for “Safe and Honourable Tourism” which aims to strengthen the critical pillar of “Suraksha” (Safety) and Ensure that Indian tourism follows international standards of safe tourism practices, applicable for both tourists and Natives.
Kshetra Boutique Retreat
Kshetra the seaside beach resort is an ethnic host for those who have the deep intention to have some unforgettable days on a sea shore of God’s own country.The resort is the renovated form of ancient ‘Nalukettu’ house of Kerala keeping the beauty of its architecture and heritage look along with most modern facilities of a resort. The rooms are allotted for the guests on the basis of their birth star as there are particular rooms for each birth star. The interior of the rooms are designed in such a way including sculptures, art works and furnishing that suits the corresponding star name assigned to the room. A tiled pathway from the resort paves to the beach which is an attractive spot to have a sunbath, a cool dip or to have a long walk fully immersed with the harmony of nature. The fully equipped ‘Panchakarma’ center offers a deep cleansing and rejuvenation for the whole body, the treatment completely handled by a group of expertise will ensure a self healing methodology of ‘ayurveda’ the world famous treatment mode of Kerala.
Ayurveda is an ancient medical science. The word, ayurveda is composed of two words of Sanskrit,ayur (meaning life) and veda (meaning knowledge). Thus Ayurveda is a medical science of Ancient India. The wisdom of the sages, the treasure of the ages, finds new meaning and relevance as modernity constantly threatens to crumble the glories of the past. Kshetra Ayurvedic retreat is where to head for when your body and soul needs some pampering and care.Surrender yourself into the hands of our professionals and feel the ultimate experience at kshetra . At kshetra you get top-notch therapeutic and healing treatments amid finest indulgences of the modern life.
The ancient teachings of Ayurveda are undoubtedly among the most important ingredients of Indian culture.And they form the cornerstone of Kshetra , the first resort to have made Ayurvedic teachings well-known beyond India’s borders. Through Ayurveda, kshetra provides all means to overcome all your worries, anxieties, tensions, depressions and illnesses. Helps you to carry a healthy mind and body. A holistic experience is what kshetra aims for with its wide range of Ayurvedic treatments and therapies. Ayurvedic medicine and yoga are closely associated. They both find their roots in the Vedas. Renowned Vedic scholar, David Frawley, teaches that yoga is the practical side of Vedic teachings and Ayurveda is the healing side.
Professional hands make sure of it in every minute detail. Ayurveda would not be complete without Yoga and meditation. Yoga, which has become quite popular throughout the world as the best way to keep one’s body and mind in tone, actually it has a much more deeper meaning to it. At kshetra the guests get to know and practice yoga and meditation with guidance from our Yoga masters. The concept of ayurveda is based on two major principles. The first principle is that the body and mind are interconnected, and the second principle is that the mind is powerful enough to heal the body. The body is cured of illnesses only when one’s awareness of the self expands.
When you sit down to meditate you need to set up your meditation posture in a way that is relaxed but upright, usually sitting on a cushion and probably cross-legged. If this is not easy you can sit kneeling or else in a chair. Then you close your eyes, relax, and tune in to how you are feeling. It is important to be sensitive to your experience because this is what you work with in meditation. It is a good idea to take some time to sit quietly before starting a meditation, to slow down and relax. Some gentle stretching can also help. Meditation is the process of quieting the mind in order to spend time in thought for relaxation or religious/spiritual purposes. The goal is to attain an inner state of awareness and intensify personal and spiritual growth.
Meditation involves concentration and relaxation – both of which are enhanced by yoga. Just as there are many styles of yoga, so too are there a variety of ways to meditate. The first stage of meditation is to find a focal point or method of focusing in order to free oneself from distractions. Some methods of focusing include , Sound: Repeating a mantra, phrase or other sound, Visualizing: Picturing an object with eyes closed, such as a lotus flower or the energy points in the body (chakras), Gazing: Looking at an actual object with eyes open. Candles, flowers or pictures are common objects used in gazing, Breathing: Observing the breath and what it feels like – the sensations – as it travels in and out of the body.
Meditation is a mental exercise that involves relaxation, focus, and awareness. It is practiced either by focusing attention on a single object, internal or external (focused attention meditation) or by paying attention to whatever is predominant in your experience in the present moment, without allowing the attention to get stuck on any particular thing (open monitoring meditation). The word “meditate” actually means to think deeply about something. However, when eastern contemplative practices were “imported” to Western culture, this is the term that was used to define them, for lack of a better word. Nowadays meditation has more the meaning of this exercise of focusing attention than to reflect deeply.