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This program gives your body the possibility and space to function without constraints, so that it naturally faces external threats and bad eating habits.

After this treatment, balance is established and you will be able to live with more health and better mood on a daily basis.

It's good for your body, physical, emotional and spiritual.


Millennial treatments

Massage, nutrition, aromatherapy, phytotherapy techniques, among other techniques, as a method of diagnosis, prevention and also healing, based on studies of the body, soul and mind.

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Biotype diagnosis

Diagnosis of the patient's biotype, through the pulse, skin, hair, eyes, urine, among others, with the help of complementary exams, if any, in order to obtain a detailed report.

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Ayurvedic food

The Ayurveda diet originates in India and aims to promote longevity, vitality, physical, mental and emotional health. As part of the diagnostic consultation, foods to avoid and consume are defined.


Ayurveda presents ancient practices of Indian medicine for a life with more  health and well-being. After all, it focuses on the search for balance between body, soul and spirit. Among the Ayurvedic procedures is Panchakarma – a process that helps detoxify and purge the body of toxins and align the aggravated doshas.
This procedure aims to restore the normal functioning of the doshas, the organism and the mind and agni, and, for that, it uses adequate nutritional and therapeutic resources.
Before starting and proceeding, a detailed analysis and examination of the patient will be carried out, always with the follow-up and help of an Ayurvedic doctor or qualified senior therapist.


Given the hustle and bustle in which we all live, the accumulation of toxins is not only present on a physical level but also on an emotional level. It is necessary to take this aspect into account because a healthy body only proliferates through a healthy mind.

Practically everyone can benefit from a panchakarma – detox procedure, because the body is constantly producing toxins, hence it is extremely important to cleanse and detoxify the body regularly.


Here are the signs to know if you need a detox:

  • Aggravated signs of stress;

  • Anxiety;

  • Insomnia;

  • A thick layer of coating on the tongue; 

  • Feeling tired throughout the day, especially after meals; 

  • Body aches and pains; 

  • Uncontrollable cravings; 

  • Cloudy mind; 

  • Bad breath, body odor or flatulence; 

  • Oconstipation or diarrhea.

The purpose of Panchakarma is sodhana (purification). If an illness is treated with the sodhana approach, it does not recur. So panchakarma sodhana is the best way to heal and rebalance the body.


Certain Panchakarma procedures are not suitable for certain health conditions and some procedures should not be performed on children, pregnant women and the elderly.
However, if this procedure is not possible, an adequate program of rejuvenation - Rasayana, smoother and less profound, may take place, depending on the patient's condition.
Panchakarma treatments should only be performed by qualified and experienced Ayurvedic practitioners.



Common side effects of Panchakarma include fatigue, malaise, headaches, congestion and general illness. An initial increase in symptoms can also occur as a side effect.
Treatment should be carried out at a time of less activity, whether physical or mental.
It is also important to note that as Panchakarma seeks to release stored emotional issues, some patients may experience emotional disturbances during treatment.

The three phases of Panchakarma:

1- Purvakarma
It involves oiling and sweating. At this stage, a dietetic and phytotherapic preparation is made using herbs and the proper diet. In addition to the consumption of ghee butter and other recommended oils. Finally, sweating consists of an application of steam for external heat, after receiving a massage with oils.


2- The application of Panchakarma
Five techniques make up this phase: emesis, purging, enema, intranasal applications of herbs and oils, and blood purification. Always accompanied by an Ayurvedic doctor, it involves the elimination of existing aggravated doshas in the channels or tissues. This treatment aims to purify the body and mind, through a set of five detoxification techniques. Each procedure is suited to a specific imbalance of each dosha and the Ama (toxins) resulting from that imbalance.

Vamana– or therapeutic vomiting technique, indicated to eliminate excess Kapha, which favors the accumulation of mucus in the body (stomach and lungs), in order to eliminate allergies, asthma, bronchitis, thyroid problems, obesity, cholesterol, among others;

Virechana– or therapeutic diarrhea technique, indicated to eliminate excess Pitta in the body, namely, in the liver, spleen, pancreas, small intestine and kidneys in order to eliminate pathologies such as skin problems, fevers, diabetes, anemia, headaches, migraines , chronic liver diseases among others;

Basti– or enemas, aims to remove excess Vata from the body that normally accumulates in the colon causing imbalances such as constipation, infertility, arthritis, Parkinson's disease, tremors, among others;

Nasya– or nasal cleansing, which aims to eliminate excess doshas accumulated in the sinuses, nose, throat and head;

Rakta Moksha– or blood cleansing, a technique not normally used during the detoxification process, however in very specific cases it can happen.

3- Paschatakarma
This is the last phase and involves the progressive return of the organism after Panchakarma. Intense purification requires care for the food introduction again, which includes a light menu with rice and consists of 6 phases of feeding: rice water, thin rice soup, thick rice soup, cooked rice, light soup and rice mixture with other grains.
Gradually, the routine is resumed and the individual will be able to continue normally maintaining the necessary care.


SNEHAPANAM, or also known as Ghee Therapy This is a 3-5 day preparatory regimen done before the main cleanse begins. 
On these days, medicated ghee (clarified butter) or sesame oil will be administered in doses, until the body is completely saturated by the applied fat. As this is an intense detoxification phase during which metabolic toxins are dissolved, most of the body's energy is used for this 
process. Therefore, for an effective detox, it is essential to rest as much as possible and allow the body to work on itself.

➢ Helps to bring toxins from all microchannels in the body to the gut – gastrointestinal tract.
➢ Helps in the easy elimination of toxins during vamana (therapeutic vomiting) and virechanam (purging or induced diarrhea).
➢ Reduces internal dryness, which is one of the causes of many diseases and regulates metabolism.

It is a therapeutic massage, performed with specific and rhythmic movements throughout the body. The main feature is the use of heated medicated oil according to each individual and pathology/imbalance.


➢ nourish the skin and tissues
➢ detoxify the body
➢ relax muscles and joints
➢ calm the nervous system
➢ revitalize tissues
➢ prevent against rheumatism
➢ minimize stress
➢ melancholic and depressive states
➢ anxiety and insomnia
➢ correct body posture and revitalize
➢ tone and relax muscle tissues.

It consists of a massage of the energy points located along the body, through which prana (vital energy) must flow, that is, when the 107 marma points are stimulated, the Chakras are affected, contributing to the flow of energy without blockages throughout the body, thus maintaining the health of the individual. Energetic blockages may result from several factors such as: bodily injuries, adoption of inappropriate physical postures, presence of unstructured emotional situations or traumas, poor diet, accumulated stress, or if there is any disease that can interfere with the flow of prana throughout the body. body.

➢ Fight constipation, diarrhea and loss of appetite;
➢ Acting in terms of neurological diseases, namely epilepsy, Parkinson's and muscular dystrophy;
➢ Improve emotional problems and traumas – melancholy/sadness, loneliness, depression, existential emptiness, anger, stress, frustration, insomnia, migraines;
➢ Detoxify the body.

It is a treatment that consists of a continuous flow of medicinal oil, over the Ajna Chakra, forehead and temples, with slow and precise movements.

➢ Relax deeply;
➢ Fight insomnia, anxiety, migraines, depression;
➢ Rejuvenation technique.

One of several techniques used in panchakarma, Nasya is a powerful cleansing method for the upper region, namely the head. Mainly cleanses the 'kapha' dosha of the upper body.
It is done through the administration of medicated oil through the nose, however medicinal powder can be used, specially prepared oils, herbal juices, among others, are used in the procedure. The most common is the use of medicinal oils.

As the nostrils are pathways to the brain, the procedure can influence the brain and is used for various conditions such as:
➢ stroke
➢ facial paralysis
➢ insomnia
➢ mental illness
➢ hormonal problems
➢ sinusitis and rhinitis
➢ frozen shoulder
➢ migraines, etc.



Ayurveda believes that when the diet is wrong, no medicine can help. And when the is correct, there will be no need for medicine.
Diet is a powerful distraction for humans. It takes on the role of a non-prescriptive medication, especially for those suffering from anxiety and depression. When you're stressed, your instinct is to seek out fried or sweet foods that give us a false sense of comfort and a mental rush. Just like 
cigarettes and alcohol, eating and drinking emotionally is also a strong addictive behavior.


Food is an integral part of treatment in Ayurveda. Food is considered the main medicine and the daily intake of adequate food reduces the need for medication.
At Villa Prana Yoga and Ayurveda Center, we serve with love and care – the most suitable food for you.


All ingredients used are organic and mostly organic, without the use of any artificial ingredients, refined flour, refined sugar and preservatives are strictly avoided. 
The Detox Program created as a tool for participants to treat their current health issues and relearn the behaviors that cause those issues in the first place. We understand that the environment plays a very important role in changing deeply conditioned behaviors, along with a person's willpower.


In all treatment plans, they are preceded by a biotype or dosha diagnosis consultation, in order to individualize the treatments and adapt the procedures to the specific type in question. This consultation will help to enhance the effects of the defined procedures. The process begins with understanding your true Prakruti. 

To adopt a lifestyle, it is vital to understand and appreciate your true prakruti. It helps to lead a life of harmony and health. Our senior therapist/physician then builds a detailed program to help you restore imbalanced doshas using Ayurvedic therapies, a disciplined diet, yoga and meditation.
All treatments can be purchased with accommodation, food and yoga and meditation practices, or without them.

Treatment includes various Ayurvedic techniques such as taking medicated ghee and/or applying oils to the pores of the skin for a limited time. Other procedures may be applied depending on the patient's condition, such as traditional ayurveda massage, shirodhara - a procedure of continuous oil application on the forehead, or ajna chakra, among others...

the typesVataare prone to insomnia, chronic constipation, nervous stomach, anxiety and depression, muscle spasms or cramps, PMS (premenstrual syndrome), irritable bowel, chronic pain, high blood pressure and arthritis.

the typespittaare prone to rashes, acne, heartburn, peptic ulcers, early baldness and premature gray hair, poor eyesight, hostility, self-criticism and stress-related heart attacks.


the typesKaphaare prone to obesity, congested sinuses, colds and colds, joint pain, asthma or allergies, depression, diabetes, high cholesterol, and chronic morning sluggishness.
As described below, the vital part of the program revolves around Ayurvedic treatment methods rather than modern allopathic techniques. However, our Ayurvedic treatments obey modern parameters and techniques. The duration of the applied procedures will be about 2 hours a day.

What's Included –7 days of treatment, from €919
➢ Initial Ayurvedic Diagnostic Consultation; 
➢ Follow-up consultation;
➢ 7 days of classic Ayurvedic Massage complete with swedana (sauna);
➢ 2 Shirodhara;
➢ 3 Cleansing Enemas;
➢ 1 Oil enema;
➢ Specific Ayurvedic food;
➢ Yoga and meditation classes during the 7 days of treatment, in groups or in private*;
➢ Ayurvedic supplementation during treatment;
➢ Accommodation in a Private Room with private or shared bathroom;
➢ Shuttle to and from the airport;
➢ Transport to the beach;

*To be requested upon reservation.

What's Included –14 days of treatment, from €1,760 
➢ Ayurvedic Diagnostic Consultation; 
➢ 14 days of classic Ayurvedic Massage complete with swedana (sauna);
➢ 3 Shirodhara Treatment;
➢ 4 Marma Detox Treatment;
➢ 1 Nasya Treatment;
➢ Various cleansing enemas applied during treatment;
➢ Specific Ayurvedic food;
➢ Yoga and meditation classes during the 7 days of treatment, in groups or in private*;
➢ Ayurvedic supplementation during treatment;

➢ Accommodation in a Private Room with private or shared bathroom;
➢ Shuttle to airport;
➢ Transport to the beach;

*To be requested upon reservation.



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