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Fitness Tours in India provide ultimate relaxation and well being to an individual. The correct ambience for rejuvenation of the body, mind and soul is available in fitness tours in India. The fitness tours in India take you to an odyssey of Ayurveda centers and resorts offering the medications and treatments adopted by the Ayurveda.

Fitness tours in India offer the Ayurveda treatment, which is not only a system of medicine but also a way of healthy living. Ayurveda is derived from two words viz., 'Ayur' meaning life and 'veda' meaning knowledge of science i.e. it implies - the "Science of Life"

Ayurveda is based on the principle that the Universe is composed of five basic elements, the Panch Mahabootas, namely: Prithivi(earth), Apya(water), Teja(fire), Vayu(air) and Akash(space). It rests on the fundamental harmony between the Universe and man, a healthy balance between the microcosm and macrocosm. Ayurveda believes that the Tridoshas - Vata, Pitta and Kapha - in the human body should be in equilibrium which when unbalanced results in a disease. The branch of Ayurveda follows some basic remedial measures along with a dietary plan to be strictly abided by the individual.

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Rejuvenation Therapy

The five basic Ayurveda Treatments and Medications that can be explored in the fitness tours are: Panch Karma, herbs and medicinal plants, yoga, meditation and rejuvenation therapy. Whereas the treatments like Panch Karma, herbal medications and rejuvenation therapy benefit the individual directly; the yoga and meditation are used as the supplementary therapies for the most dreaded diseases like cancer and diabetes; and combat addictions like smoking.

Yoga provides flexibility and stamina to your body whereas meditation crystallises your mind giving you an insight of other individual you are interacting with. Naturopathy, which believes in giving treatment, based on natural things and rests on the belief that Nature has its own curative properties is also used if required as a supplementary technique. The body purification and special massage is offered through the process of Pancha Karma, which cleanses your whole body removing the toxins.