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Vatrika Lotuspond Naturopathy Centre

Vatrika Nandanbaug, Punadra Village, Near Utkantheshwar Mahadev Mandir Dahegam Kapadvanj Highway Taluka:Kapadvanj , Kheda- 38 76 10
Gujarat , India  India


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Vatrika Lotuspond Naturopathy Centre - Kheda

Vatrika LotusPond Naturopathy Centre is the first centre to be set up under Barley Healthcare Pvt Ltd. In India there are only few Nature cure Centre of repute and hardly any Centre which is managed or run professionally. Our Centre has been established near Dahegam Kapadvanj Highway which is one hour drive from Ahmedabad Airport/Railway station. The Centre is in a sprawling green campus of 200 Acres in Vatrika Nandandbaug on the bank of river Vatrika and the center has attracted best talents from across India to give patients quality Care and Cure. Our Endeavour is to provide Naturopathy treatments in Luxury & comfort.

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Acupuncture is the stimulation of specific acupuncture points along the skin of the body involving various methods such as penetration by thin needles or the application of heat, pressure, or laser light. Traditional acupuncture involves needle insertion. Acupuncture aims to treat a range of conditions, though is most commonly used for pain relief. The Yoga Therapy or ‘ yoga-chikitsa’ refers to the treatment of diseases by means of yogic exercises which may be physical or mental or both. It is a specialised form of yogic culture. This mode of treatment has been practised in India from very ancient times. Many references to yoga have been made in the Upanishads. It was, however, Maharishi Patanjali who in about the first century B.C. gave a systematic account of the traditional yogic teaching.
The term ‘ Yoga’ is derived from the Sanskrit root ‘yug’ which means "to join" . It signifies union between the individual soul (jivatma) and the universal soul (parmatma). It aims at obtaining relief from pain and suffering. Basically, human evolution takes place on three different planes, namely physical, mental and spiritual. Yoga is a means of attaining perfect health by maintaining harmony and achieving optimum functioning on all three levels through complete self-control. Yogic kriyas, asanas and pranayama constitute the physical basis ofyoga. The practice of kriyas and asanas leads to excellent circulation.
It also energises and stimulates major endocrine glands of the body. Yogic exercises promote inner health and harmony, and their regular practice helps prevent and cure many common ailments. They also help eliminate tensions, be they physical, mental or emotional. Yoga is all about harmonizing the body with the mind and breath through the means of various breathing techniques, yoga postures (asanas) and meditation.


Modern hectic world has given us many Life style diseases like Obesity, Diabetics, Hypertension, Depression, Asthma and many more. Modern science can give relief to these diseases with drugs and other interventions but it may have side effects and you need to take drugs continuously. A good percentage of population is now turning to nature cure which is drug less and can give permanent cure to most of these diseases. Health is not merely absence of disease but the well-being in physical, mental, emotional and spiritual levels. The concept of treating body as an assembly of independent parts, hitherto adopted by the medical world has been proved ineffective and the new concept of treating the body as an indivisible unit is gaining momentum all over the world.
Drugs can relieve pain or give the sense of comfort till the inner intelligence balances the system and completely alleviates the disease. Relief of symptom is not cure. Naturopathy is an outstanding and unique system of medicine which offers you a holistic health through the combination of all drugless therapies like Natural therapies, Yogic therapy, Acupuncture and reflexology, Diet therapy, Electrotherapy and Physiotherapy. Naturopathy is a natural healing technique using the healing powers of nature. The principle of Naturopathy is that the accumulation of toxins is the root cause of all diseases. Prevention and elimination of toxins is the route to health. Treatments are based on the five great elements of nature that have immense healing properties.
Massage is an excellent form of passive exercise. The word is derived from the Greek word ‘massier’ which means to knead. It involves the scientific manipulation of the soft tissues of the body. If correctly done on a bare body, it can be highly stimulating and invigorating. As far back as 400 B.C. , the great Hippocrates, the father of medicine, employed massage and manipulation in healing his patients. Since then it has been used as a mode of treatment for many ailments and it has restored many a sufferer to health and vigour.The general massage, dealing with all parts of the body, is highly beneficial in many ways. It tones up the nervous system, influences respiration and quickens the elimination of poisons and waste material from the body through the various eliminative organs such as the lungs, skin, kidneys and bowels.
It also boosts blood circulation and metabolic processes. A massage removes facial wrinkles, helps to fill out hollow cheeks and neck and eases stiffness, sore muscles and numbness. “Food shall be your medicine”. - Hippocrates Diet plays a vital role in the maintenance of good health and in the prevention and cure of disease. In the words of Sir Robert McCarrison, one of the best known nutritionists, ‘The right kind of food is the most important single factor in the promotion of health ; and the wrong kind of food is the most important single factor in the promotion of disease. " The human body builds up and maintains healthy cells, tissues, glands and organs only with the help of various nutrients. The body cannot perform any of its functions, be they metabolic, hormonal, mental, physical or chemical, without specific nutrients.
The food which provides these nutrients is thus one of the most essential factors in building and maintaining health. Nutrition, which depends on food, is also of utmost importance in the cure of disease. The primary cause of disease is a weakened organism or lowered resistance in the body, arising from the adoption of a faulty nutritional pattern. There is an elaborate healing mechanism within the body but it can perform its function only if it is abundantly supplied with all the essential nutritional factors. It is believed that at least 45 chemical components and elements are needed by human cells. Each of these 45 substances, called essential nutrients, must be present in adequate diets. The list of these nutrients, include oxygen and water. The other 43 essential nutrients are classified into five main groups, namely carbohydrates, fats, proteins, minerals and vitamins. All 45 of these nutrients are vitally important and they work together.
Therefore, the absence of any of them will result in disease and eventually in death. A well-balanced and correct diet is thus of utmost importance for the maintenance of good health and the healing of diseases. Such a diet, obviously should be made up of foods, which in combination would supply all the essential nutrients. Water has been used as a valuable therapeutic agent since time immemorial. In all major ancient civilizations, bathing was considered an important measure for the maintenance of health and prevention of disease. It was also valued for its remedial properties.
The ancient Vedic literature in India contains numerous references to the efficacy of water in the treatment of disease. In modern times, the therapeutic value of water was popularised by Vincent Priessnitz, Father Sebastian Kneipp, Louis Kuhne and other European water-cure pioneers. They raised water cure to an institutional level and employed it successfully for the treatment of almost every known disease. There are numerous spas and "Bads" in most European countries where therapeutic baths are used as a major healing agent. Water exerts beneficial effects on the human system. It equalises circulation, boosts muscular tone and aids digestion and nutrition. It also tones up the activity of perspiratory gland and in the process eliminates the damaged cells and toxic matter from the system.

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Gujarati

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Treatments For:

  • Asthma
  • Diabetes
  • Hypertension
  • Obesity
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Stress

Consultation Type: Direct ConsultationAll patients have to come to the practitioner's location.

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