Ayurveda in Kerala.

Folk healers of the sub-continent, healing practices in the Vedas, and Buddhism, Jainism and other ascetic and philosophical traditions have all contributed to the evolution of classical Ayurveda. The three canonical texts of classical Ayurveda, Caraka Samhita, Susrutha Samhita and Ashtanga hrdayam, reveal such a multi-cultural origin. Over the centuries Ayurveda has remained open to new healing methods brought by immigrants, particularly from the Persian and Arab schools. 

Kerala, with its abundant resource of medicinal plants, has a long history of folk medical traditions practiced by healers from all levels of society. The arrival in Kerala of the canonical Ashtanga hrdayam composed between the 6th and 7th century CE by Vagbhata, a Buddhist from Sind, stimulated the development of a new dynamic medical culture. 

Certain Sanskrit-literate healers of Kerala adopted this work as their source book while continuing to draw on regional folk and physical medical practices from diverse sources such as poison therapy and Kalaripayath, the martial arts of Kerala.

Welcome to our care at Ayurdara.


Ayurdara provides the exquisite and authentic ayurvedic treatment  regimen. We ensure thorough physical and psycological analysis, based on  ayurvedic and modern modalities. Here you will experience the true quality of therapy based on personalised consultation and precise diagnosis with treatment courses ranging from 1 to 4 weeks.

Here  we use herbs, medicaments and formulations which meet the globalized  standardisation parameters and quality control.Treatment is followed  with an adequate dietary regimen and punctual follow ups.We also give  special care and treatment for sports related injuries.

Treatment Facilities

Personalised Consultation

Therapy based on personalised consultation and precise diagnosis with treatment.

Hygenic Treatment Rooms

 Well equipped and hygenic treatment rooms that are bulit as per vaastu sastra provides superlative treatment. 

Globally Standardised Herbs

Herbs, medicaments and formulations which meet the globalized standardisation parameters and quality control are used.

Ayurveda and panchakarma at ayurdara

Abhyanga (Oil Massage)

Massage with appropriate Ayurvedic oils helps to maintain the health of your mind & body. Normalize the blood circulation and rejuvinates the tired nerves, muscles etc...

Swedana (Herbal steam)

Swedana, means to "perspire". Treatment with medicated steam maintain the health of your mind & body by opening the body channels and thus helping to eliminate toxins from the body.


Warm oil (or other liquid) is poured in a continuous stream over the  forehead or ‘ajna marma’, an area where nerves are highly concentrated. It is beneficial for many diseases of the nervous system like anxiety, fatigue, insomina etc...


Ayurvedic massage which combines oil therapy and heat therapy.  It is a mild and coordinated body massage, which is done with  constantly flowing warm medicated herbal oil.

Kizhi (Poultice)

Body is massaged by using hot linen pads that are filled with rice, powder or herbal leaves. Helps to strengthen the body, as a treatment for wasting of muscles, rheumatism, treatment for sports injuries etc...


Panchakarma is a process that involves 5 methods to balance the doshas in your body and rejuvenate it. It cleanses your tissues deeply, removes toxins, tackles deep rooted  diseases and stress.