Wellness tourism is about rejuvenating the body, mind, and soul with various healthcare therapies. These are proactive things to maintain a healthy lifestyle, reduce stress, prevent disease, and enhance our wellbeing. It is what motivates wellness tourism. Wellness tour comprises a healthy diet, spa treatments, exercise, and opportunities for spiritual healing. Wellness tourism globally is growing by 6.5 percent annually, more than twice as fast as tourism overall.
India today also has immense facilities and enormous scope of healthcare wellness tourism including Ayurveda, alternative and holistic treatment. India is perceived worldwide, as one of the true spiritual homes of the modern wellness movement and has a powerful and unique ‘wellness halo’ with its ancient, rich history of Ayurveda, yoga and meditation. India is attracting tourists seeking serenity and optimum health and is emerging as one of the fastest-growing wellness market in the world and a thought-leader in the travel category of wellness tourism.
Wellness tourism has the potential of being the top most driver of the growth of the Indian tourism industry. In a consistently growing economy where people are facing a fast changing life, wellness tourism becomes even more important as it rejuvenates the body, mind and soul by detoxification provided by various healthcare therapies. India is perceived as one of the true spiritual homes of the modern wellness movement globally with its ancient practices of ayurveda, yoga, meditation, acupuncture, naturopathy, panchakarma and holistic health are among the experiences sought by wellness travellers in India.
There is quite a reason why Ayurveda is known as the oldest system of medicine on Earth. Simply put, Ayurveda is known as the ‘Science of Life’ which has been practiced from 5000 years in India. It is a way to heal and relax not just the mind but the body. From the year 1982, Ayurveda came more into practice for it was recognized as a traditional medicine by WHO. Ever since there have been innumerable followers of this form of healing across the globe. It cures diseases, restores health and also provides psychological relief.
Moving ages back into the history of India, you come across a form that brings absolute peace to mind. Yoga is that ancient form of attaining good health through mental, spiritual, and physical practices. It stands as one of the six orthodox schools of Hindu philosophical traditions. Moreover, Yoga has been one such practice which has seeped in results for people who have religiously followed it. If we come to think of the possible benefits of Yoga then positivity, pain relief, sound sleep, younger looking DNA come to mind. Along with that, Yoga also helps in having healthy joints, controlling blood pressure, and boosting immunity.
Whenever the dark clouds of stress and tension circle around, meditation comes in like a savior. This technique of calming your blood pressure and heart rate has been with us for thousands of years. Meditation is basically a program where when you focus your attention from inside you attains a deeper relaxation. Through meditation, one can fight anxiety, pain, and depression and brings ultimate peace to mind. And that’s not all, as this form also helps in intuition and creativity. When it comes to traveling to a meditation retreat, the only idea is to make a connection with your inner self in a peaceful environment.
In simple words, rejuvenation is the art of injecting happiness and positive energies in someone. Now comes the question how does traveling in India helps one rejuvenate? The tourist places that are snuggled on the map, from North to South and East to West are blessed with natural beauty. Getting a rejuvenating therapy helps in bringing calmness, helps skin improve, and even increase in memory.
So whether you like practicing yoga or getting an Ayurvedic treatment. Or just feel good by the coastline or breathing along nature or touching mountain tops. India brings a sense of rejuvenation through all these ways.
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