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Placed at an approximate distance of 4 km from the Padamala Alphonsa Church, Ayurveda Yoga Villa offers free Wi-Fi connectivity and breakfast service to the guests. This property in Wayanad is accessible from the Koyileri Junction Bus Stop, which is 12 km away.
Guests are offered accommodation in 14 well-maintained and spacious guestrooms. The rooms are equipped with requisites such as separate sitting area and attached bathroom with hot and cold running water supply.
Along with accommodation, Ayurveda Yoga Villa has various facilities that include a restaurant, luggage storage space, parking area, and front desk. Additionally, conveniences such as laundry, room service, and airport transfers (surcharge) are also provided to the guests.
Places of interest include Begur Reserve Forest (6 km) and Ancient Jain Temple Ruins (16 km). This accommodation in Wayanad is 110 km away from Kozhikode Railway Station and 122 km away from Calicut International Airport.
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by kelzoar on June 5, 2018
I will not have the words to truly describe this place and what you can gain from it. My review is very late as I have fallen very ill twice and had many things to deal with, so big apologies to the Villa for not writing a review sooner. I stayed for nearly 4 weeks. Firstly I should mention the beauty of this place. I have stayed in both the Villa (riverside) and the mountain retreat (udayagiri), both incredible but very different from each other. At the time the udayagiri branch was still being built so there were less facilities that the main villa branch, but the beauty was unrivaled; the common area is a very large balcony on the mountain which overlooks the forest that stretched to the horizon. Every morning the forest/mountains would be covered in the most beautiful mist, and in the day it is very common to catch the sight of rainbows! I won't go into much detail about how both places looked, as i think there are enough pictures and reviews on how lovely it is and, to be honest it is something that can only be experienced in person (and you will not be disappointed). I was doing Panchakarma for my stay, everybody handles this treatment differently so it is difficult to paint a picture for what it might be like for you. But, I can say that I believe this is something that everybody on this earth should be doing (or at least to try once until they find something that works for them) to cleanse their bodies from all the toxic poison that we consume and are exposed to on a daily basis. The doctors here are incredible, actually, I haven't met such genuine people of their profession in my whole life until I came here. All staff here were such wonderful caring people and they are the ones that really make this place shine like no other. There are many other Ayurveda centers out there, I've seen plenty that look very luxurious in comparison but this is one of the only places that have you meeting with the doctor on a daily basis, most other treatment centers you meet with the doctor only once a week or at the beginning and end of the treatment plan, which does show a little bit about where their main focus is, money rather than human connection and care. Meeting with the doctor everyday was such a vital part to the quality of the treatment received, everybody is different so even if two patients share the same illness the treatment may be very different, which is why it is so important for the doctor to get to know who you are and establish a connection to feel how best to treat you. Ayurveda Yoga Villa does an amazing job of this. I mainly had Dr.Jithin @ the udayagiri branch, who was compassionate, open, caring and very understanding which made it easy to talk to him about my health issues which i otherwise find impossible to do with anybody. But for the advice of others, one of the main points that i want this review to be centered around, is that this place is not a holiday. Sure, its beautiful and the food is great and you can do yoga everyday and go for leisurely walks or just laze around enjoying the view in your room..... it sounds like a holiday, and many people I watched here treated it as one or as a sort of fashionable fad detox program, but I implore anybody considering to come here not to treat it as low as that. This is so much more than this, and it's all down to you and however much you want to get out of this. If you let it, this place could help to change your life. There was a yoga teacher here, called Sunil, and i'll never forget him. He was so open and so honest, I won't have any words to truly describe what he was really trying to do for the people here. A problem with yoga today is that it has turned into a 'trendy hobby' that everybody seems to do and has formed a sort of pompous and very bizarre obsessive health community. Yoga is simply just a fashion now, at most it is a healthy type of exercise, for the majority of modern man. And everybody who i saw (the ones who bothered to turn up to yoga classes here anyway) in these classes at AYV, treated it no different. People come to the class, do the exercises, leave, think they did yoga. What this teacher was teaching was life, he would do some classes just talking to us, trying to open our eyes and i would look around the room and people looked so bored like "when are we going to do some yoga?". What he was teaching WAS yoga. My advice, come to this place, and take it seriously. Try to look a bit deeper into things, come with an open mind and heart, and try not to get lost and turn into some purple light child or some crap. It's easy if you have no true direction or teaching, to end up delusional and take the 'new age' sort of route. Don't be that foreigner who goes back home and walks around in orange robes most likely playing guitar sporting a bindi on their foreheads talking about vibrations.... Just silence yourself as best as you can. This is a good place for it. The kalari master is also incredible and i just wish that i was able to stay longer and train more with him, I really miss him! To my surprise almost nobody would come to these classes, I feel like a lot of people just couldn't be bothered, but if you have paid to be here...why wouldn't you at least try it once or twice? I seriously recommend trying out the Kalari classes, even if you dont have much interest in martial arts- it's all part of the experience and actually it will really help to deepen your understanding of things if you can stick with it. It adds a whole other dimension to your treatment and well being. So, give it a go. You might really enjoy it! If you are just looking for a holiday....just go take a holiday, somewhere else. This place and all the staff here deserves a lot more respect than that. If you come here (which i seriously recommend), be open and be awake. Look at beauty around you, truly look at it, all the little things, tiny micro flowers that grow in the dirt or the shining black bodies of ants, appreciate these things. Learn. Come here and learn. Stay silent and just listen to everything around you for the duration of your stay. And you might go home somebody better. All the best of luck to you x
by Linda A on May 8, 2018
Couldn't be more thankful for the holistic journey that every single person helped me to undergo during my three week stay at the place. I felt that getting this much attention, support and energy was quite a humbling experience for me. The quiet of the place, the smiles of every person working there and the high quality of therapy and food made it so special for me! Thank you so much!
by Urmila G on May 2, 2018
We enjoyed our stay so much. The treatment was done with so many expertise, well balanced and with a good spirit of all the staff of the centre. Certainly worth going back. So close to nature and pure. And all the aspects of our being is treated, physically and mentally. Beneficial on all levels of our being. Although in the beginning and at home you have to acclimatize. But still is worth is. Feeling at home all the time during our stay. The food was also very good. Some times too much khichadi, but as explained, it was for our well being so we took it. Absolutely recommended
by AristonK on April 25, 2018
First of all I want to say that this was a great experience and I am definitely going to visit the Villa again. All the people that work there are so friendly and kind, the service is great and so is the treatment of course. I went to treat my epilepsy and I noticed right away that the treatment was working; my concentration has improved a lot, I have learned to have a clear mind, my body is full of energy and I am enjoying life more than ever. If somebody needs a place to go and reboot there system or heal themselves I am definitely recommending this place!
by Mark H on April 21, 2018
Between the two of us, we were ready for a reset from the influence of Western allopathic medicine. Between cancer, bacterial lung infections, and just getting close to 60 (i.e. middle age), it was time to cleanse our bodies of antibiotics and chemotherapy drugs, clear our minds through both Ayurvedic medical care and meditation; to completely get a full reset. Obviously our objective was to make the next bunch of years as healthy, pleasurable and fulfilling as possible. Western allopathic medicine is young. Ayurvedic medicine is ancient. Yes, there are statistical population studies to document both the efficacy and side effects of modern drugs and medical procedures. There are several hundred and even in some cases thousands of years involved in the development of Ayurvedic medicine. Recently the government of India has realized the value of this resource, and while big pharma battles to "improve" medicine in this country (i.e. Turn India into an enormous profit center), finally Indian universities have been funded to document the efficacy of various Ayurvedic medical treatments. Having been pummeled by Western medicine for so long, we decided to give Ayurvedic medicine a go! One could view it as taking a preventative maintenance approach rather than wait for cancer or some other malady to reappear, whereupon the Oncologist would whip out more chemotherapy and radiation; something some folks would rather be dead than endure more of. If you Google "Ayurvedic clinic" or similar, the results will vary from something resembling a weekend spa retreat in a Western country (or India) to a full on research hospital / treatment center for serious, even life threatening maladies. Daily treatment options are much cheaper in India than in Western countries, so the cost of travel is offset adventure itch gets scratched. Once might consider Ayurveda Yoga Villa as one of the most serious medical facilities available. Neither of us were in the middle of fighting an illness (all in remission), but quite a few guests were; everything from terminal cancer to serious gut infections to bipolar disorder. Ayurveda Yoga Villa has several physicians on staff, and offers full on panchakarma (detoxification) as well as rejuvenation treatment. All procedures and medications are customized to the individual patient, but the panchakarma is a very challenging process to endure, and isn't even allowed for those over 70 years old. Parts of the process are quite pleasant, and rejuvenation treatments can be absolutely blissful. The accommodations reminded me of the cabins I used to inhabit as a summer camp counselor. A bit "fundamental", but entirely adequate, with western toilet (paper or douche), comfortable bed with mosquito net cover, and a great front porch to hang out on. The dining hall was quite lovely, with the best "hospital" food we've ever had. Given our desire for vegetarian meals, it was quite wonderful, and they'll feed you until you're tired. The yoga classes are adjusted for the needs and capabilities of the clientele, but the physical strength and flexibility exercise offered will challenge anyone. Guided morning, mid-day and evening meditation are offered and encouraged. Everyday there is a minimum of 1 hour treatment that almost always involves full body massage, as well as a 30 minute consultation with a consulting physician. The location by the river is absolutely beautiful and is adjacent to a wildlife preserve populated by wild elephants and tigers. Fortunately for us, we didn't see a tiger, but we did see and hear wild elephants. We got to visit the mountain location and it offered spectacular views and great hiking. Guests who had visited the beach location in Goa were highly complimentary of the experience, commenting on the solitude and the sound of breaking waves just a few meters from their air conditioned bungalows. Every member of the staff, and there are around 150 of them at the river side location, are always smiling and extremely friendly. We didn't speak the local language (Malayalam) but it was never a problem, as all key individuals spoke good English. The people working there really care about your situation and the outcome that Ayurvedic medicine can effect. We were here for 6 weeks. It was enough time to complete a complete panchakarma, and 1 - 2 weeks of rejuvenation therapy. We both consider the experience to be the best investment we've ever made in our health, personal happiness, and potential for longevity. The experience was amazing, and as usually is the case, it can a mostly be attributed to the wonderful interactions with the staff, whether they were physicians, therapists, yoga instructors, dining room staff or housekeeping. If you want to radically improve your life, your most precious possession, find the time and money, and plan a visit to Ayurveda Yoga Villa.
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