Ayurvedic treatments are tailored to you as an individual and aim to balance out your body and mind, giving a feeling of ease and relaxation.


Ayurvedic Treatments at Munkudil

A blend of Tradition and Science

Ayurveda is widely practiced all over India. Ayurveda has evolved over the years and is now integrated with other traditional practices, including yoga.

Treatment Catalogue

The Power of Yoga and Ayurveda

A few of our Ayurvedic treatments are given below.

Marma Abhyanga – Full body Oil Massage

A 60 minute full body oil massage. This is designed to help you relax and let go of any anxieties. Warm oil is gently but firmly massaged into the body to stimulate the marma (energy) points which releases and rebalances energy to promote wellbeing. This massage helps eliminate excess water, fat deposits and toxins to strengthen and rejuvenate your whole body. Good for deep relaxation, stress relief, pain relief, calming the mind, strengthening and rejuvenating internal organs and improving circulation.

Shirodhara – Oil Pouring on Forehead

One of the most powerful ayurvedic treatments where a continual stream of warm oil is poured rhythmically over the forehead to induce a deep feeling of calm. This blissful therapy quietens the mind, alleviates anxiety and heightens awareness and is particularly effective for insomnia, headaches and stress. It also improves hair condition.

Pinda Sweda – Invigorating Oil Massage with Herb Bundles

Warm muslin bundles of therapeutic herbs are used with oil to work into the affected areas of the body. This treatment strengthens and rejuvenates joints, reducing pain, stiffness and inflammation and so is especially good for arthritis, muscular pain, sciatica, and chronic back pain. Good for stiff joints and pains, arthritis, inflamed muscles, certain skin conditions, it is calming and anti-inflammatory.

Shirobyangha – Head, Neck and Shoulder Massage

A tension relieving head, neck and shoulder massage, great for helping with computer strain, migraines and stress. A miraculous 30 minute cure for stiffness, aches and pains. Sweeping movements across the back are used to promote circulation and restore energy balance throughout the body.

Padabhyanga – Foot and Lower Leg Massage

An invigorating foot and lower leg massage to relax and revitalise your lower legs and feet. Many nerves from major organs terminate in the feet so this marma point massage will help health in the whole body and is particularly effective for insomnia, fatigue and restless leg syndrome.

Why Choose Us

Ayurveda as a life style.

Our Ayurvedic therapists are hightly skilled and experienced. On arrival you will see the Ayurvedic doctor and he will decide a course of treatments for you, what is recommended will depend upon your health when you arrive. The treatments may include herbs, diet, massage therapies and specific yoga practices.


The Benefits of Ayurveda


Ideal Weight

Better Health & Well Being

Improve Immunity

Removes Toxins

Reduce Stress & Anxiety


What People Are Saying

Munkudil is a warm, welcoming surroundings with informed teachers inside a pleasant community. Ive advanced my exercise with the aid of using attending a variety of classes, however extra importantly, I experience Ive advanced a deeper know-how of the artwork of yoga.

Shijo Mathew, UK

Learning to attach the bodily self with the emotional self transcends the partitions of the studio and brings lightness to the thoughts and the heart. Munkudil may be anything you want it to be – an possibility to expand physically (flexibility, balance, etc), time to re-connect to your thoughts, or definitely a place of respite and renewal.

Kem, Australia

Walking into Munkudil Ayurveda Yoga Retreat is like coming home, a good place to be. Safe, protective, professional , non-judgemental. Very knowledgeable yogi teachers!! Thank you.

Elizabeth, New Zealand

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