Amnanda is a therapy that has its roots in the Ayurvedic tradition of medicine. Its origins as a treatment can be traced back almost 2000 years. It was used historically by monks in monasteries, and was made available in Europe through Baba Ramdas Swami, who was both a Tibetan monk and an Ayurvedic doctor. He died at the age of 124 and he worked right up to the time of his death, seeing up to 90 patients a day.


The purpose of the treatment is to release stress in both body and mind. Stress and trauma, some of which may have been experienced many years ago, is held at a cellular level. Amnanda releases this stress, and as a result anyone undergoing the treatment will be physically and mentally rejuvenated. This vitality is also noticeable in a more youthful appearance.

The treatment itself is quite simple: you undergo a whole-body massage in a special setting, with specially formulated oils, once a month for a year. At certain intervals, a skin-tincture is added (taken over the course of a month) to strengthen connective tissue.

We also recommend that you drink two teas on a daily basis throughout the course of the treatment. They are formulated to support the hormonal and immune systems throughout the course of the treatments.

There is no need to make any adjustment to your lifestyle over the course of the treatments. A healthy diet however, is a good strategy regardless of any treatment regime you might choose to undertake.