Ayurveda is the science of life, which opens the way to a healthy lifestyle. With the help of guidelines of what, and what not, to do, it can lead individuals to a healthy, happy and comfortable lifestyle. Based on the fact 'prevention is better than cure', the goal of Ayurveda is to create health in a physical, mental and spiritual sense.



Why Plesnik Veda?

Ayurveda believes that our human body is a blend of this Nature. As this system deals with harmonising the body mind and soul, it should be done or practised in a place where you can gain the maximum energy from this healing nature. The Plesnik Veda is such a place which is a cradle of Natures Beauty. The fresh air, beautiful landscape and the pure nature itself is having a healing potential. This beautiful place with positive vibrations and the age-old healing system can readily calm your body and mind and can take you to the next levels of complete harmony.




“Yoga is the journey of the self, through the self, to the self.”

The Bhagavad Gita

Yoga Science has its origin thousands of years ago In the Vedic Period, same like as that of Ayurveda. So, we can say that Ayurveda and Yoga are the two interrelated branches of the same tree of Vedic knowledge. Each has its unique place and function.

Yoga is not an ancient myth buried in oblivion. It is the most valuable inheritance of the present. It is the essential need of today and the culture of tomorrow – Swami Sathyananda Saraswati. It is the science of right living and, as such, is intended to be incorporated in daily life. It works on all aspects of the person: the physical, vital, mental, emotional, psychic and spiritual. The word Yoga came from the root word YUJ meaning Union or Oneness, that of Body and Mind, Inner self and Supreme self.

Yoga will be most beneficial if you practice it, as close to the nature, gaining the energy vibrations from the mother nature and realising our body as a blend of the Nature. The Plesnik Yoga is such an amazing practice of Yoga (Yoga Asanas-Postural practice) utilizing the maximum possibilities of the wonderful nature around our place.




“The power of concentration is the only key to the treasure-house of knowledge”

-Swami Vivekananda


Dhyana or Meditation is the second last among the Ashta Angas of Yoga (Eight Limbed Practice of Yoga). It is the next stage of Concentration. Being mindful and ceasing the modification of Mind. It is most relaxing technique in Yoga and needs continuous practice. According to Sage Patanjali who propounded Yoga, the unbroken flow of awareness in an object of meditation is Dhyana (Meditation). It is a constant observation of mind.


This session of 60 minutes includes the different Pranayama practices (Breathing Techniques), Yoga Nidra (Induced Meditation), and Dhyana (Meditation). Our Yoga Instructor will help you, to understand Meditation in a better way and how to practice Meditation.


Ayurvedic Diet


Ayurveda says, Food sustains the life of living beings. All living beings in the Universe require food. Complexion, clarity, longevity, happiness, satisfaction, nourishment, strength and intellect are all conditioned by food.

“Let food be thy medicine, thy medicine shall be thy food “-Hippocrates


This is the same principle said in ayurvedic Science as well. It says that if you eat the right food in right quality and right way with all the six tastes (Sweet, Sour, Salty, Pungent, Bitter, Astringent) included in it , itself is a medicine to your body and this wholesome food itself can relieve you from the health issues and can nurture you with longevity. Ayurveda gives very importance to the Ahara (Food). And that’s why this Holistic science always tries to correct your diet from unwholesome to wholesome.                                                                   

“Aaharasambhavam yasthu rogashchaaharasambhavah  l

Hithahitha visheshashcha visheshah sughadhukhayoh”  ll

           -Charaka Samhitha


Means, A healthy body as well as diseases are caused by (the result of) Food. Wholesome and unwholesome foods are responsible for happiness and misery respectively. So, according to Ayurveda the food you take should be easily digestible, wholesome and compatible, warm, that improves your digestive fire, which nourish your tissues and helps you maintain your balance of the whole body and mind.

Here our expert cooks, will take care of your Healthy Diet during the Ayurvedic Package which is recommended by our Ayurvedic Specialist. This will be finalised after your Initial consultation. And we prepare customised diet for you according to your body constitution and health status.


Our team

Our team consists of Professional, Experienced and Qualified staffs from Kerala, a place where Ayurveda is more flourished in India.

The team is led by our Ayurvedic Specialist Dr Dayal Joy, who has completed his 5.5 years study in Ayurveda and 200 hours Teachers Training Course in Yoga. He brings with him an invaluable experience of 9 years. Prior to this he was working as a Medical Officer in Kerala Ayurveda Private Limited, one among the pioneers of Ayurveda in Kerala, India.

Mr.Suresh Babu Kannoth is an Ayurveda Therapist with an experience of 16 years. Along with Ayurveda his practice of Yoga is well appreciated. Marma Massage, Kalari Massage (Both are special kinds of traditional Kerala massage techniques) and foot reflexology are few areas of expertise.

Ms.Maya K.K is also an Ayurveda Therapist. She has an experience of 14 years in the field of Ayurveda. Marma Massage, Kalari Massage (Both are special kinds of traditional Kerala massage techniques), Ayurveda beauty treatments and foot reflexology are few areas of expertise.

Mr.Jyothimon M.C is our Ayurvedic Cook. He carries an experience of 14 years in the field as a cook. He is an expert in cooking the Indian traditional foods especially the South Indian Cuisine. He was nominated for “The Best Employee” award, year 2017 in Hotel “Crown Plaza”, New Delhi. Jyothi is always been keen to learn new areas of cooking.


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