Ananda in the Himalayas Launches Online Wellbeing Services

Personal Ayurvedic consultations, yoga sessions, recipe recommendations, and more. Photo credit: Ananda in the Himalayas

While parts of the world are allowing health and fitness centers to reopen, people who are still highly concerned about the health risks that re-entry poses may instead opt to continue their wellness journeys at home. In order to provide an option for those looking for at-home Ayurvedic wellness programs, Ananda in the Himalayas recently developed a menu of Online Wellbeing Services. A pioneer in Ayurveda and yoga, the luxury spa and wellness retreat is now offering the expertise of its expert physicians, yogis, therapists, and chefs in the form of six programs. The programs range from daily yoga classes and signature Ananda recipe recommendations to individual consultations and personalized yoga guidance. All of the services are conducted via Zoom, and vouchers are redeemable for three months after purchase. For more information on the programs and pricing, visit the website.

Ananda in the Himalayas will also continue to share complimentary expert guidance on wellness hot topics, such as immunity, mental health, metabolism and weight loss, improving sleep, and managing chronic pain with yoga, on its Instagram and YouTube.

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