Ayurveda in Goa

Baga beach resort

Saligao Clinic

Booking information

About Goa


Getting there


Ayurveda and yoga rejuvenation holidays in Goa, India

The Ayurvedic Natural Health Centre, offers Ayurveda and yoga rejuvenation packages all year round in 2 locations in North Goa. These are designed for those who want to use their holiday time to get in better health, as well as a 6 weeks intensive training course in ayurveda and ayurvedic massage.
The daily routine on the ayurveda and yoga rejuvenation packages includes a gentle yoga class before breakfast, two ayurvedic treatments (morning and afternoon), specifically tailored to the needs of the individual and including, if need be, treatment for various chronic diseases. Ayurvedic treatments are supervised by fully qualified ayurvedic doctors.
There is some spare time in the afternoon to enjoy the beach or explore the area.
In both locations, the food is Indian food prepared according to the principle of ayurveda, using only natural ingredients (organic when possible) and as little fat as possible.

  • The Baga beach resort is a modern complex by the beach and offer air conditioning, large rooms, direct access to the beach, etc... It is the favourite location for people who want use their holiday time to pamper themselves the ayurvedic way.
  • The Ayurvedic Natural Health Centre in Saligao is 4 miles from the beach (a few minutes by taxi) and offers basic accommodation. It is a well equipped Ayurvedic hospital providing consultation and treatment from qualified doctors and well experienced therapists specialised in the treatment of various types of chronic diseases and is particularly suitable for those who suffer for a chronic ailment and want to use their holidays time to get better.

The Baga Beach resort

A typical day at the resort

8.00 am to 9.00 am  - Yoga classes / asanas
9.00 am to 9.30 am - Ayurvedic buffet breakfast
9.30 am to 10.00 am - Consultation with the doctor (optional)
10.00 am to 12.30 pm - Ayurvedic treament (massage, etc...)
12.30 pm to 1.00 pm - Spare time
1.00 pm to 2.30 pm - Lunch
2.30 pm - 7:00 pm - Spare time
7:30 pm - Dinner

* Accommodation in Air Conditioned room at the Baga ayurvedic beach resort
* Ayurvedic treatment (including medication during your stay, if needed)
* Yoga asanas & meditation every morning
* Ayurvedic Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
* Transfert to and from the Airport (Dabolim, Goa)
* Daily consultation with an ayurvedic doctor

Contact the ANHC directly to more information and booking


The Ayruvedic clinic in Saligao


The Ayurvedic Natural Health Centre in Saligao, Goa

During these retreats, Ayurvedic treatments are available for

  •     Allergic Conditions such as Cattarh, Asthma, Eczema,
  •     Urinary diseases
  •     Endocrine Diseases-Diabetes
  •     Muscular Diseases-Wasting
  •     Nervous Diseases- Paralysis, Hemiplegia, Neuralgias
  •     Vascular diseases-headaches
  •     Stress disorders, Anxiety, Insomnia
  •     Orthopaedic diseases-Osteoartheritis, Rheumatoid Artheritis
  •     Backache/Spinal diseases

Treatment package includes

  •     Ayurvedic Medical Consultations
  •     In house Ayurvedic drug Treatment
  •     Treatment body Massage with Herbal Oil
  •     Ayurvedic Head treatment Sirodhara
  •     Ayurvedic nasal treatment Nasyam
  •     Ayurvedic balancing therapy Pidichill
  •     Lymphatic massage
  •     Reflexology or accupressure

Contact the ANHC directly to more information and booking

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Ayurvedic buffet dinner at the Saligao Ayurvedic centre, Yummy!

Facts about Goa

Goa, on the Western coast of the India, a few hundred miles south of Mumbai (Bombay), is famous for its wonderful sandy beaches and for the relaxed friendliness of its people, and is one of India's most popular tourist destinations. The Biera Mar and the Ayurvedic natural Health centre are located in North Goa, within a few minutes from some of Goa best beaches 


Recorded Temperature / Rainfall figures for Goa (1993)
Month Max Deg C Min Deg C Rainfall mm
January 31.9 20.0 0
February 32.5 20.3 0
March 31.9 22.9 Trace
April 32.3 24.8 Trace
May 33.2 26.5 65.3
June 31.0 25.7 401.6
July 28.7 24.1 1331.1
August 29.4 24.3 367.0
September 29.3 23.8 210.5
October 31.1 24.0 168.9
November 33.6 23.4 2.0
December 32.3 21.3 9.8

Getting to Goa

There are a number of charter companies offering flights to Goa from London. It is also possible to get a regular flight to Bombay (Mumbai), and then an internal flight or a train to Goa. For all your travel requirement, we recommend you contact the following travel agent:

1379 High Road
London N20 9LP
Tel: 020 8492 3531
Fax: 020 8446 7324
Aviontours specialises in India, and particularly Goa.

You can also see  www.jewelholidays.com for assistance with travel.


A number of vaccinations, as well as malaria medication, are recommended. Consult with your doctor at least two weeks before departure.

What to bring

Because of the climate, simple and light clothing is all you will need. There are a number of shops selling very cheap beachwear in Goa, so it is better to take too little rather than too much.
Sun glasses, sun-block and insect repellent are recommended.  A yoga mat is useful for the yoga session. A torch with spare batteries, a mosquito net and a camera might also be a good idea.

Booking information

Bookings for both centres are now handled directly by the Ayurvedic Natural Health Centre Pvt. Ltd (ANHC).
CHOGM Road, ANHC House, Saligao, Bardez, Goa 403 511, India

Click here to send them an email.


You will need a tourist visa to visit India. Application is straightforward and the visa is usually issued within a few days of application. For more information, contact the High Commission of India in London or the Embassy of India in your country.


It is strongly recommended that you take out comprehensive travel insurance when you book your holiday.

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