Ayurveda translates as the science or knowledge of life. Ayurveda originated in the mists of time in India and was passed down as an oral tradition from one generation to the next until it was committed to text in the Sanskrit Vedas, which are among the oldest works of literature. The focus of the treatment is to find out the root cause behind the symptoms of a disease and accelerate the healing process using a combination of massage, diet, and herbal medicine.
In Ayurveda, health is defined as a state of well-being in which the three Doshas – Vata, Pitta, and Kapha are aligned and your soul is in harmony with the five senses and mind. Once you have identified your Dosha type, you can tailor your medication, lifestyle, and diet to maintain your Dosha type.
Our experienced practitioners perform relaxing and strengthening Ayurvedic massages using medicated herbal oils as well as offer lifestyle and diet advice using proven and time-tested Ayurvedic principles.
Our leading Ayurvedic practitioner, Dr Palitha Serasinghe, holds a First-Class Honours degree in Ayurvedic Medicine awarded by the University of Colombo in Sri Lanka as well as a PhD in Medicine and Pharmacology from Toyama Medical and Pharmaceutical University in Japan. This unique combination of study and training has enabled him to bridge the elusive divide between traditional and modern medicine.
My treatment has been World class
“I have been in consultation with the Ayurvedic doctors at Omnia since May, following a month in hospital with Lyme Disease. My treatment has been world class with caring and knowledgeable practitioners. All the staff are incredibly helpful and the environment welcoming. I highly recommend Ayurvedic treatment at Omnia for anyone suffering chronic illness. Most importantly, the treatment is working. I am recovering, and I credit the staff at Omnia for this.”
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