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Dhanvantari Institute of Panchakarma & Massage

Vithal Mandir Area, Subhash Road, , Thane- 400 601
Maharashtra , India  India
+91- 0222533146102225369128 Fax : 02225380497 http://ashwinikumar.com/


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Dhanvantari Institute of Panchakarma & Massage - Thane

Dhanvantari Institute has tailored 3 courses with this aim in mind. This courses are meant to benefit person from all walks of life especially those interested in knowing certain principles which will help them to prevent diseases from occuring and if they do occur to take some steps to relieve the same. The treatment of advanced diseases require a deep knowledge of ayurveda and should not be attempted with only a basic knowledge of any medicinal science. This couses will empower you make the diffrentiation. Also they are beneficial for persons looking for an alternative career.
There are many aspects to the science of ayurveda. You can practically apply the principles of this science to any field to obtain a new perspective of the same. Similarly ayurveda has always absorbed ideas from other fields to enrich its own understanding. An understanding of ayurveda does not comprise of only knowing how to use certain herbs whenever one is ill but also to apply certain principles so that one does not fall ill at all. It is this preventive aspect of ayurveda which is needed to be understood by the common person who is interested in ayurveda.

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Yoga: Since ancient times people all over the world have been excited by and benefited from ayurveda and yoga. Though it is generally believed that both are one and the same, both are separate branches of specialized science with distinctly different aims, While ayurveda is an holistic medicinal science, yoga is primarily developed for with the aim of obtaining moksha that is freedom from the bondage of re-birth.

Since the 8 steps leading to moksha contain some procedures which are beneficial for the physical and mental well-being of the person ayurveda has adopted these from ayurveda and applied it to its aim of total health. The commonly known steps which are famous world-wide are asanas (yogic postures), pranayam (breathing exercises) and dhyan (meditation).

Dhanvantari Institute offers yoga classes to regular institute students as well as regular classes for the common people. Along with medication for patients yogic postures, breathing exercises and meditational techniques are suggested and training given for the same wherever needed.


Ayurveda lays a great stress on prevention of disease along with offering solutions for the same. One of the procedures mentioned as a part of daily regimen which helps in ensuring an healthy life is called as abhyang. Abhyang means the application of a oleating substance to the body by smearing or rubbing.

The oleating substance which can be used is oil or ghee (clarified butter). But most of the time oil is used for this purpose. Hence in general terms abhyang refers to the process of application of oil to the body. When this is performed daily as a part of daily regimen the benefits of abhyanga are as follows.

Panchakarma is a form of treatment in ayurveda where instead of oral medication, treatment is done by using various procedures like massage, steam, medicated enemas etc. This treatment constitutes of five basic forms of treatment each of which is called as a karma, hence the name pancha-karma where pancha indicates five.

Ayurveda states that diseases are formed as a result of accumulation of harmful bodily substances which may present themselves in various forms (for ex. liquid form, solid form etc) and in different parts of the body. Panchakarma is a process in which these accumulated substances are removed from the body by direct intervention.

Due to improper food habits like excessive eating, eating too much cold foods, hard to digest foods, remaining in a cold environment for a long time without proper precaution etc leads to accumulation of excessive phlegm in the body. This is called as kapha in ayurveda. The process by which this excessive phlegm is removed is called as vaman.

Due to eating of excessive sour or bitter foods, too much hot foods, traveling in the sun or remaining in the sun for a longer period of time leads to accumulation of pitta (acidic substance). The process by which this excessive pitta is removed is called as virechan. Due to excessive traveling, excessive physical work, eating foods which are dry or non-nutritious leads to accumulation of vata (gases) in the body.

The process by which this excessive vata is removed is called as basti. When either of these substances get accumulated in the head region it is easier to remove them via the nasal cavity. The process which is used for this purpose is called as nasya.

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Marathi

Payment Options

  • Cash
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Treatments For:

  • Asthma
  • Mental Disorders
  • Migraine
  • Pain
  • Paralysis
  • Parkinson Disease
  • Sciatica
  • Sleep Disorders
  • Spondylolisthesis
  • Stress

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

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