Still wondering what to do for Valentine's Day but definitely don't want to settle for the usual cliched plans like candlelit dinners? Then why not take off to a wellness retreat with your partner for the weekend instead! A wellness retreat away from the hustle and bustle of the city will ensure your partner and you spend time together as well as indulge in therapies to help you focus on yourself and rejuvenate your body. Dr. Shyam Nidugala, Chief Medical Officer, Nimba Nature Cure suggests to IANS that naturopathy, Ayurveda, yoga, meditation, physiotherapy, acupuncture or massages are some of the therapies that couples can try together.
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Naturopathy is a combination of traditional therapies, herbal remedies and healthy habits. Specialised therapies like hydro-therapy or aquatic exercises, spine and foot bath soothes the mind and body, leaving you and your partner more relaxed and comfortable.
Ayurveda touches upon aspects like emotional factors and spirituality; bringing them to harmony. A potli massage is a common therapy that improves healing and relieves pain. Other ancient Ayurvedic treatments include Shirodhara, Herballepam, and Pizhichil. Ayurvedic therapies can be customized as per the individuals' body type and health status.
Whether it is to enjoy some peace of mind with your partner or experience a new activity with them, wellness therapies not only do good to your body but also helps build a stronger bond with your partner while both of you learn to relax and detox together. This Valentine's Day, plan a unique experience and surprise them with the goodness of wellness therapies.
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With inputs from IANS
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