What makes people extraordinary is their spirit!
Spirit is inspiring energy present in every creative activity. We are discovering people,
whose spirit can inspire others. They are artists, photographers, historians, ayurveda doctors, yoga teachers,
spiritual experts, astrologers, ecologists, travelers, simply everyone. Spirits are our local experts who share their
stories with us and based on them we arrange your travel in style!
Part of ayurveda healing is not being afraid to express yourself. There is a thin line between being foolish and genial and we are afraid to cross it. We should have a good laugh or cry when we feel it, rather than trying to bottle it up and be an adult.
SwaSwara reminds me a woman, she can be moody, but still you feel her openness and free flow of all-encompassing energy. She is a mother, a sister, a healer, it's all there! I think, this is Swara of Swa, you can hear that echo in the whole way it's built.
In SwaSwara, we are very clear, that there is so called wellness tourist ayurveda and there is the classical, traditional, curative ayurveda which is what we'd like to offer and focus on.We have chosen the longer path and holistic approach, we do not compromise.
In SwaSwara you evolve along with the place. There's so much openness, that you yourself, start opening up and you see things in a new light. Slowly by slowly, you start opening up and you start loving yourself. That's what happens in SwaSwara.
If you expect stories which starts: "Once upon a time, there was a princess..." stop reading. Her Highness Princess Gouri Parvathi Bayi of the Travancore Royal Family will introduce us very modern and open minded view on today's Kerala society and ayurveda.
Eating the food is healing process and also internal meditation at CGH Earth Kalari Rasayana Ayurveda Hospital. The dietologist Dr.Poornima Sreelal in her talk with Zuzana Zwiebel explains, why if you are eating a proper food, you don't need the medicines.
At CGH Earth Kalari Rasayana Ayurveda Hospital, the journey to healing is filled with many discoveries. Zuzana Zwiebel in her talk with Dr.Poornima Sreelal tried to unravel the path to healthy eating habits and focused on holistic approach to ayurveda diet.
There aren’t many places in the world, to which monsoon winds and the smell of spices brought more sea trading ships than to the ports in Kerala. Their glory has faded, but photographer KR Sunil in silent portraits of sea sailors is capturing their stories.
I have an obsession with the EYE. It can be a mirror but also a window into one’s soul. My universe is quite eclectic: I’m drawn to old engravings, botanical art, alchemy and surrealism. If you look closely at the photo you’ll see that I have a third arm…
It's a strange feeling to compare the "Napalm Girl" and Paris Hilton photo, I know I will never take another photograph that's as good as Kim’s photo. The big difference I grew to love Kim, whereas… frankly, I don't give a damn about Paris Hilton.
The World’s First Ayurveda Tourist Resort: Baby Mathew, in 1985 together with his brother Dr.Pauly Mathew, has founded the world’s first ayurveda tourist resort Somatheeram in Kerala. How has this journey started?
Spirituality is something that everyone has to believe in.There is something supernatural much above our intelligence. That’s what we call God. Ayurveda has Dhanvantari as his God. We believe in Him, without His blessings nothing will happen.
The Kairali Ayurvedic Group was established in 1989, when we opened the first ayurveda center in Delhi. We pioneered in setting up the center, at a time when ayurveda was nearly fading away and people of India also was not aware of subject, what is ayurveda.
Ayurveda is a lifestyle. I don’t look at it as a treatment. It’s a treatment for the body through lifestyle. It includes all forms of medical treatments, yoga and many other practices. Whatever can positively influence our body, mind and soul, it is ayurveda.
We try to segregate ourselves as somebody different from nature. But we are part of the whole. The drop meets the ocean and so we are part of the ocean, but the duality is always there. There is no exclusive path, for every person there is different one.
Most of us find solace in simply hearing or reading stories of the lives of extraordinary people, but people like Raghu had the good fortune to not only know but to have studied under the aegis of great men like Yogacharya T.Krishnamacharya and his son T.K.V Desikachar. What was it like to study with such exceptional teachers?
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