Spa and Ayurvedic in Sri Lanka

Experience authentic Sri Lankan healing, Ayurvedha and spa rituals

Spa and Ayurvedic treatment is always approach to healing of healthy mind and body. Each treatment bestows the honest gift for prolong life. Since ancient time Sri Lanka became an ayurvedic centre. Green foot travels has designed a few Ayurvedic and Spa focused holidays for suit your need. We always care your relaxation with mixture ring natural beauty. Each itinerary alleviates your peace and wellness.

How We Define Ayurveda

Ayurveda translates into English as the Science of Life (Ayur - life, veda - science). Ayurveda is the oldest and most developed life science of natural healing in the world. Life is the outcome of the union of body (Sharir), sense organs (Indriya), Psyche (Mana) and Soul (Atma). Ayurveda is not merely a system of Healing, but an entire way of life that aims to bring about the perfect balance of the entire personality - body, mind and spirit. Ayurveda is based on theory of tridosha of the three Biological forces - Vata, Pitta and Kapha. Disease arises when there is an imbalance among the three Doshas and aim of the therapy is to bring about the required equilibrium.

In diseased condition, the doshas manifest their particular symptoms. These symptoms denote malfunctioning of the doshas. The purpose of treatment of all diseases is to keep the doshas in equilibrium. In Ayurveda there is three steps in treating any diseases, they are samsodhana - cleansing process, samsamana - palliative measures and nidanaparivarjana - treating the causes.

Panchakarma actually is a group of treatments, five in number, all of which are not commonly practised in all diseases. The panchakarma vamana, virechana, snehavasti, kashayavasti and nasya. Vamana is emesis, virechana is purging, vasti is enema, which of two kinds done with medicated oils and medicated decoctions and is called snehavasti and kashayavasti respectively. Nasya is instillation of medicines through nose. Ayurveda shows us a healthy way of life.

And for thousands of years, the most popular method used to restore and rejuvenate tired bodies and weary souls has been Ayurveda – the oldest and most holistic medical system available in the world Sri Lanka has been a centre of spiritual and physical was healing for 2,000 years. Ayurvedic programmes consist of a range of herbal treatments and various types of baths and massages, together with cleansing and revitalization techniques such as yoga, meditation and special diets.

Spa Holiday

Spa and Ayurvedha always touch healthy body and mind. It is reduce your sense and pure relaxation surrounded by the fragrance of herbs and spices. The Sri Lankan Ayurvedic tradition is a mixture of Ayurveda systems of North Indian origin, the Siddha system from South India, Unani system of medicine from the Arabs, and most importantly the Desheeya Chikitsa which is the Indigenous medicine of Sri Lanka. The herbs and herbal ingredients used in the Ayurveda therapies offered by the specialized Ayurveda hotels & SPA's come from age-old formulas passed down from generation to generation of traditional Ayurvedic families in Sri Lanka.


The Baths (Amangalla's name for the Spa) recapture memories of a bygone era of 'taking the waters', restoring the body and soothing the mind. The five softly lit treatment chambers lead off a descending arched hallway. Gentlemen's and Ladies' dressing rooms lead to saunas, steam rooms and hydrotherapy pools whose specifically placed jet massage stimulate the entire body. With candlelit recesses, tall ceilings and traditional archways, the hydrotherapy area is an experience in ancient indulgences


Body and Beauty Treatments

Guests are given the chance to experience a number of rituals in Amangalla’s treatment chambers. The massages offered are meant to heal and comfort the body. The Balinese massage utilizes long strokes and acupressure to create a blissful and beneficial experience. A traditional dry massage, the Thai massage blends assisted yoga style stretching, movement, and deep tissue pressure point massage. In addition to the manicures and pedicures offered by Amangalla, the baths also feature treatments like the Body Buff and the Polish & Swathe. These methods use special ingredients to brighten and renew the body.