Sri Ramakrishna Sharadashrama, Ponnampet
Sri Ramakrishna Sharadashrama, Ponnampet
A branch centre of Ramakrishna Math, Belur Math, Dist Howrah, Howrah, West Bengal 711202
  • The Naturopathy Wellness Centre of Sri Ramakrishna Sevashrama Hospital

    Vivekananda Arogya Dhama

    (Naturopathy and Yoga Centre)

    we provide only ‘Health Re-treats’ and thereby retain our Charitable Nature
  • Doctor Consultation

  • Yoga & Meditation

  • Treatments- Hydro Therapy.

  • Treatments-Mud Therapy.

  • Treatments- Massage Theraphy.

  • Treatment - Physio Theraphy.

  • Diet - Relaxation

  • A person in absolute silence

Vivekananda Arogya Dhama

Naturopathy Wellness and Yoga Centre

About Vivekananda Arogya Dhama : Naturopathy Wellness Center

Vivekananda Arogya Dhama is a renowned Naturopathy Wellness Center located in the serene and spiritually enriching surroundings of Ponnampet in Kodagu. Situated amidst the lap of nature, the center provides a tranquil and spiritually uplifting ambiance, resembling a peaceful ashram.

Naturopathy, the primary method of treatment at Vivekananda Arogya Dhama, is a drug-less approach that focuses on harnessing the body's innate self-healing mechanism. By promoting the body's natural healing abilities, naturopathy aims to rejuvenate the body-mind system, fostering overall well-being.

At Vivekananda Arogya Dhama, our emphasis is on offering "Health Re-treats" rather than traditional medical treatments. We believe in providing individuals with a holistic retreat experience, where they can immerse themselves in a nurturing environment that supports their well-being. Our retreats are designed to promote relaxation, rejuvenation, and the restoration of balance in the body and mind.

While our dedicated team of professionals oversees the naturopathic treatments and therapies, we also uphold our charitable nature. We strive to ensure that our services are accessible and affordable, embracing the principle of service to humanity. By retaining our charitable nature, we aim to extend the benefits of naturopathy to as many people as possible, fostering health and wellness in the community.

Experience the tranquil and spiritually enriching atmosphere of Vivekananda Arogya Dhama, where naturopathy is practiced with the utmost care and compassion. Immerse yourself in a holistic health retreat, harnessing the power of the body's self-healing mechanism and embracing the transformative potential of nature's remedies.

Non Residential 'Health Re-treat' (OPD) at Vivekananda Arogya Dhama

Our Non-Residential 'Health Re-treat' (OPD) at Vivekananda Arogya Dhama offers a range of holistic therapies and treatments to address various health concerns and promote overall well-being. This non-residential program is designed to accommodate individuals who prefer to receive treatments during the day while returning to their homes in the evenings.

Conditions and Health Concerns addressed

  1. Obesity
  2. Hypertension (High Blood Pressure)
  3. Rheumatism
  4. Back Pain
  5. Joint Pain & Aches
  6. Digestive Disorders
  7. Thyroid Disorders
  8. Migraine
  9. Stress & Anxiety

At Vivekananda Arogya Dhama, our dedicated team of professionals will guide you through personalized treatment plans, tailored to your specific health needs. We aim to support your body's natural healing mechanisms and promote overall wellness through a combination of traditional naturopathic therapies, ancient practices, and modern techniques.

Experience the benefits of our Non-Residential 'Health Re-treat' (OPD) program, where you can rejuvenate your body, calm your mind, and enhance your overall well-being in a serene and spiritually uplifting environment.

Therapies Offered

  1. Hydrotherapy: Water-based therapies that include various techniques like baths, compresses, and jets to promote healing and relaxation.
  2. Mud Therapy: The application of medicinal mud packs on specific areas of the body to alleviate pain, inflammation, and detoxify.
  3. Physiotherapy: Specialized exercises, stretches, and movements designed to improve physical strength, flexibility, and mobility.
  4. Massage Therapy: Therapeutic massages using natural oils and techniques to relieve muscle tension, improve circulation, and promote relaxation.
  5. Chromotherapy: Utilizing the healing properties of colors through exposure to specific wavelengths of light to restore balance and harmony.
  6. Acupuncture: The insertion of fine needles at specific points on the body to stimulate energy flow, relieve pain, and restore balance.
  7. Yoga: Incorporating yoga postures, breathing exercises, and meditation to enhance physical, mental, and spiritual well-being.
  8. Silence and Meditation: Creating a serene and calm environment that encourages introspection, relaxation, and inner peace.

Residential 'Health Re-treat' (IPD) at Vivekananda Arogya Dhama

Experience a rejuvenating and transformative stay at Vivekananda Arogya Dhama with our Residential 'Health Re-treat' (IPD) program. Our serene and spiritually infused ashram environment provides a peaceful backdrop for your healing journey. Along with comfortable and affordable accommodation, we offer comprehensive naturopathic treatments and a prescribed diet to support your overall well-being.

Rejuvenate Life Packages

Choose from our range of Rejuvenate Life Packages, tailored to meet your specific needs and desired duration of stay:

2-day Rejuvenate Life Package

5-day Rejuvenate Life Package

7-day Rejuvenate Life Package

10-day Rejuvenate Life Package

15-day Rejuvenate Life Package

    Detoxification Packages

    Embark on a cleansing and detoxifying journey with our Detoxification Packages, designed to rid your body of toxins and promote overall wellness:

    2-day Rejuvenate Life Package

    5-day Rejuvenate Life Package

    Disease Specific Packages

    Our Disease-Specific Packages cater to individuals seeking targeted treatments for specific health conditions. 

    These packages provide comprehensive care and support for a duration ranging from 7 days to 15 days, depending on the nature of the condition.

    During your residential 'Health Re-treat' at Vivekananda Arogya Dhama, you will have access to a range of naturopathic therapies, including hydrotherapy, mud therapy, physiotherapy, massage therapy, chromotherapy, acupuncture, yoga, silence, and meditation. These treatments, combined with a prescribed diet, will facilitate your body's natural healing process and help restore balance and vitality.

    Our aim is to provide you with an affordable and transformative experience that nurtures your body, mind, and spirit. Immerse yourself in the healing atmosphere of our ashram and embark on a journey towards holistic well-being.

    Note: For detailed information, personalized packages, and reservations, please contact our center directly.

    Vivekananda Arogya Dhama, a Centre for Naturopathy ‘Health Re-treat’ 

    Hydrotherapy Room
    Hydro Therapy

    Hydrotherapy, also known as water therapy, utilizes the therapeutic properties of water for health purposes. It involves the internal and external use of water at various temperatures to promote well-being. At Vivekananda Arogya Dhama, we offer a range of hydrotherapy treatments that can benefit your health:

    1. Steam Baths: Steam baths involve the use of moist heat generated by steam to promote relaxation, open pores, and enhance detoxification.
    2. Sprays: Water sprays, such as water jets or showers, are used to apply pressure and stimulate circulation, providing relief for muscle tension and promoting relaxation.
    3. Immersion Baths: Immersion baths, including hot and cold water baths, are employed to improve circulation, relieve muscle pain, and enhance overall vitality.
    4. Contrast Therapy: Contrast therapy involves alternating between hot and cold water treatments to stimulate blood flow, reduce inflammation, and enhance the body's healing response.
    Mud Therapy

    Mud therapy is a simple yet effective modality of naturopathy that harnesses the healing properties of mud. Mud is rich in minerals, has excellent moisture-retaining capacity, and can absorb the colors of the sun, conveying them to the body. At Vivekananda Arogya Dhama, we offer various mud therapy treatments that can contribute to your well-being:

    1. Mud Bath: In a mud bath, the body is immersed in a mixture of mud and water, which helps in detoxification, relaxation, and rejuvenation.
    2. Mud Packs: Mud packs involve the application of mud to specific areas of the body, such as joints or muscles, to alleviate pain, reduce inflammation, and improve circulation.
    3. Partial & Local Applications: Mud can also be applied partially or locally to specific body parts, offering targeted relief and promoting healing.

    Mud therapy is known for its cost-effectiveness and natural approach to healing, making it a popular choice among naturopathic treatments.

    At Vivekananda Arogya Dhama, our expert naturopathic practitioners will guide you through these therapies, ensuring that you receive the maximum benefits of hydrotherapy and mud therapy. These treatments, along with our comprehensive naturopathic approach, aim to enhance your body's self-healing abilities and promote overall well-being.


      Physiotherapy is a treatment approach that emphasizes the science of movement to help individuals restore, maintain, and maximize their physical strength, mobility, and function by addressing underlying physical tissues. At Vivekananda Arogya Dhama, we offer a range of physiotherapy treatments that aim to improve your overall well-being:

      1. Interferential Therapy (IFT): IFT involves the use of low-frequency electrical currents to provide pain relief, reduce inflammation, and promote tissue healing. It is commonly used for musculoskeletal conditions.
      2. Ultrasound (US): Ultrasound therapy utilizes high-frequency sound waves to stimulate tissue repair, improve blood flow, and relieve pain. It is often used to treat soft tissue injuries and promote healing.
      3. Short Wave Diatherapy (SWD): SWD uses high-frequency electromagnetic waves to generate heat within deep tissues. It can help in pain management, muscle relaxation, and promoting tissue healing.
      4. Traction: Traction therapy involves the application of a pulling force to the spine or limbs to relieve pressure on the nerves, reduce pain, and improve mobility.
      5. Wax Therapy: Wax therapy, also known as paraffin wax bath, uses warm wax to provide heat therapy for pain relief, joint stiffness, and muscle relaxation.
      6. Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS): TENS involves the use of low-voltage electrical currents to stimulate the nerves for pain relief. It is commonly used for various types of pain, such as back pain or arthritis.
      7. Multiple Subpial Transection (MST): MST is a surgical procedure that is performed in specific cases to treat certain types of epilepsy.
      8. Exercise Therapy: Exercise therapy plays a crucial role in physiotherapy. It involves a tailored program of exercises to improve strength, flexibility, balance, and endurance, promoting overall physical well-being.

      At Vivekananda Arogya Dhama, our skilled physiotherapists will assess your condition and create a personalized treatment plan utilizing these therapies. The aim is to address your specific physical needs, alleviate pain, restore function, and enhance your overall quality of life.

    Massage Therapy

    Massage therapy is a therapeutic technique that involves the manual manipulation of the body's soft tissues, such as muscles, tendons, ligaments, and connective tissues. It is performed using various techniques and can be applied with hands, fingers, elbows, knees, forearms, and feet. 

    At Vivekananda Arogya Dhama, we offer different types of massage therapies to promote relaxation, relieve stress, alleviate pain, and enhance overall well-being. Some of the massage therapies we provide include:

    1. Swedish Massage: This is a gentle and relaxing massage technique that uses long, flowing strokes, kneading, and circular motions to promote relaxation and improve circulation.
    2. Deep Tissue Massage: This technique focuses on deeper layers of muscle and connective tissues to release tension, alleviate chronic pain, and improve mobility. It involves applying sustained pressure using slow, deep strokes.
    3. Sports Massage: Sports massage is designed to enhance athletic performance, prevent injuries, and promote recovery. It involves a combination of techniques tailored to the specific needs of athletes and active individuals.
    4. Aromatherapy Massage: Aromatherapy massage incorporates the use of essential oils extracted from plants to enhance the massage experience. The oils are chosen based on their therapeutic properties and can help in relaxation, stress reduction, and overall well-being.
    5. Hot Stone Massage: Hot stone massage involves the use of heated stones placed on specific points of the body and used by the therapist during the massage. The heat from the stones helps to relax muscles, improve circulation, and relieve tension.
    6. Salt Glow Massage: Salt glow massage combines massage techniques with the exfoliating properties of salt. It helps to remove dead skin cells, improve skin texture, and leave the skin feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.
    7. Fruit Massage: Fruit massage involves the use of fruit-infused oils or fresh fruit slices during the massage. This can provide additional benefits to the skin, such as hydration, nourishment, and antioxidant properties.

    Our skilled massage therapists will assess your needs and preferences to customize the massage session accordingly. Whether you are seeking relaxation, pain relief, or overall rejuvenation, our massage therapies aim to provide a holistic and rejuvenating experience for your body and mind.

    Chromo Therapy

    Chromo Therapy, also known as color therapy, is a healing modality that utilizes the visible spectrum of electromagnetic radiation to promote health and well-being. It is based on the belief that different colors have different frequencies and vibrations, and by exposing the body to specific colors, one can restore balance and harmony.

    In chromo therapy, each color is associated with specific healing properties and is believed to have an impact on various aspects of the body, mind, and emotions. Here are some commonly recognized colors and their associated benefits in chromo therapy:

    1. Red: Red is associated with vitality, stimulation, and increased energy. It is believed to enhance circulation, boost metabolism, and promote courage and confidence.
    2. Orange: Orange is associated with creativity, joy, and enthusiasm. It is believed to stimulate the immune system, increase energy levels, and promote a positive outlook.
    3. Yellow: Yellow is associated with intellect, clarity, and happiness. It is believed to aid digestion, stimulate the nervous system, and promote mental clarity and focus.
    4. Green: Green is associated with balance, harmony, and healing. It is believed to have a calming effect, promote relaxation, and support the overall well-being of the body and mind.
    5. Blue: Blue is associated with tranquility, communication, and self-expression. It is believed to have a calming and soothing effect, reduce stress and anxiety, and promote clear communication.
    6. Indigo: Indigo is associated with intuition, spirituality, and inner wisdom. It is believed to promote deep relaxation, enhance intuition, and support spiritual growth and awareness.
    7. Violet: Violet is associated with spirituality, transformation, and higher consciousness. It is believed to stimulate spiritual awareness, facilitate meditation, and promote a sense of peace and inner balance.

    During chromo therapy sessions, specific colors may be applied through various methods, such as colored lights, colored filters, or colored fabrics. The colors can be applied to specific areas of the body or experienced as a whole-body treatment.

    It is important to note that while chromo therapy is a complementary therapy that is used by some practitioners, it should not be seen as a substitute for professional medical care. It is always advisable to consult with a qualified healthcare provider for any medical concerns or conditions.

    Silence as Yoga

    Silence, when practiced as a form of yoga, is a powerful tool for inner transformation and self-discovery. It goes beyond the absence of sound and involves creating an inner state of stillness and tranquility. In this context, silence is not about suppressing thoughts or controlling external circumstances, but rather about consciously withdrawing from the distractions of the outer world and cultivating a deep sense of inner calmness.

    Silence as Yoga can be practiced in various ways, such as sitting in meditation, observing moments of silence throughout the day, or participating in silent retreats. It provides an opportunity to quiet the mind, release mental chatter, and connect with the present moment. Through silence, we can access a deeper level of awareness and tap into our inner wisdom.

    By immersing ourselves in silence, we create a conducive environment for self-reflection, introspection, and self-inquiry. It allows us to observe our thoughts, emotions, and patterns of behavior without judgment or attachment. In the stillness of silence, we can gain insights into our true nature, desires, and aspirations.

    Silence as Yoga is not about isolating oneself from the world but rather finding inner solitude amidst the noise and distractions of daily life. It is a practice of bringing our scattered energies into focus and developing self-discipline. Through silence, we can cultivate a sense of inner strength, resilience, and clarity.

    Meditation and silence go hand in hand, as meditation is a powerful tool to deepen our experience of silence. By practicing meditation, we learn to quiet the mind, detach from thoughts, and enter a state of deep inner stillness. Meditation allows us to cultivate mindfulness, expand our consciousness, and experience the profound peace that arises from within.

    In summary, silence as Yoga is a practice that involves creating inner stillness, withdrawing from external distractions, and connecting with the present moment. It is a way to regain energy, find inner peace, and explore the depths of our being. Through silence and meditation, we can cultivate a state of harmony, balance, and self-awareness.

    Yoga and Meditation