Welcome to Pachamama

Namaste and welcome to Pachamama Homestay here in Varkala Kerala!
Namaste and welcome to Pachamama Homestay here in Varkala Kerala!We are a family run home away from home offering a range of health and relaxation focused services.Many of our guests come in search of revitalisation and rejuvenation, weight loss and general health and wellbeing. From Yoga to traditional Panchakarma treatments and of course healthy meals we have something special to offer you for your holiday or health retreat needs.Here in Varkala, there is a have a high and low holiday season and our prices, products and services vary depending on the time of year and so we welcome you to take a look around our website of course contact us with any questions or reservation enquiries via our contact form.Pachamama home stay nestles in between coconut palms and banana trees just 10 minutes walk from Varkala beach on the shores of the Arabian Sea.

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The Pachamama Tribe

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Yoga

Yoga is often related to the oneness or union of body, mind and soul so it helps you to connect with your inner self with the approach you need. For some people, it's the calming of the mind, for some it’s the breathing or the body awareness and for some it’s the combination of it all, that improves the inner connection to the self. In Pachamama Homestay you can get a holistic combination of all aspects connected to Yoga and Yoga lifestyle.

Ayurveda

Ayurvedic medicine is a system of healing that originated in ancient India. In Sanskrit, ayur means life or living, and veda means knowledge, so Ayurveda has been defined as the "knowledge of living" or the "science of longevity." Ayurvedic medicine utilizes diet, detoxification and purification techniques, herbal and mineral remedies, yoga, breathing exercises, meditation, and massage therapy as holistic healing methods. Ayurvedic medicine is widely practiced in modern India and has been steadily gaining followers in the West.

Pancha Karma

An intense detoxification regimen consisting of five "purificatory steps" or "elimination therapies”, which is used in ayurvedic medicine to enhance a person’s prana, the living force of the universe. A panchakarma regimen may last one week, and may be used once or twice per year to eliminate ama (impurities); a panchakarma may include asnehan (a cleansing herbal oil massage that focuses on specific marma or pressure points), a sauna with herbal oils (which imparts vapours that are inhaled), aromatherapy, herbal tea and music therapy.

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